Did Marxist Philosophy Superstar Slavoj Žižek Plagiarize a White Nationalist Journal?

Taylor Wofford, Newsweek, July 11, 2014

Slavoj Žižek, one of the most widely known Marxist philosophers of the 21st century, has been accused of plagiarism by The American Renaissance, a conservative magazine focusing on “race and racial conflict” that the Southern Poverty Law Center classifies as a white nationalist hate group.

{snip} The author of more than 70 books, Žižek is a frequent contributor to The Guardian and is the subject of three films: Žižek!The Pervert’s Guide to Cinema and The Pervert’s Guide to Ideology.

{snip} On July 9 conservative blogger Steve Sailer called attention to a book review written by Žižek in 2006. “A Plea for a Return to Différance (with a Minor Pro Domo Sua)”, a review of The Culture of Critique: An Evolutionary Analysis of Jewish Involvement in Twentieth-Century Intellectual and Political Movements by Kevin MacDonald, was published in 2006 in Critical Inquiry by the University of Chicago Press.

Sailer wrote, “The superstar professor achieves a higher degree of clarity while expounding MacDonald’s message than in any other passage I’ve read by Žižek.”

Later the same day, a blogger writing under the name Deogolwulf posted a side-by-side comparison of passages from Žižek’s review and another review of MacDonald’s book by Stanley Hornbeck that appeared in the March 1999 issue of The American Renaissance. {snip}

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Here’s Žižek:

The main academic proponent of this new barbarism is Kevin MacDonald, who, in The Culture of Critique, argues that certain twentieth-century intellectual movements led by Jews have changed European societies in fundamental ways and destroyed the confidence of Western man; these movements were designed, consciously or unconsciously, to advance Jewish interests even though they were presented to non-Jews as universalistic and even utopian.

And here’s Hornbeck:

In The Culture of Critique, Kevin MacDonald advances a carefully researched but extremely controversial thesis: that certain 20th century intellectual movements–largely established and led by Jews–have changed European societies in fundamental ways and destroyed the confidence of Western man. He claims that these movements were designed, consciously or unconsciously, to advance Jewish interests even though they were presented to non-Jews as universalistic and even utopian.

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When Newsweek contacted Critical Inquiry, James Williams, its senior managing editor, agreed that Žižek “absolutely” borrowed from Hornbeck’s review. “We’re very sorry it happened,” he said. “If we had known Žižek was plagiarizing, we would have certainly asked him to remove the illegal passages.”

Newsweek then contacted Hornbeck, who writes under a pseudonym. “Anyone who has seen the side-by-side comparisons can have no doubt that Žižek is a plagiarist,” he said. “I know nothing about his writing habits. Maybe he does this all the time. Or it may be that as a prominent Marxist he didn’t want it known that he reads American Renaissance. In any case, what he did is contemptible, and his publisher . . . should certainly have a word with him.”

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  • OTOH, at least AR is getting credible enough such that people want to plagiarize from it.

    • Oil Can Harry

      I was wondering just the other day why Kevin McDonald doesn’t get invited to Amren conferences.

      Do they consider him an anti-semite?

      • Martel

        Its a shame, as Macdonald provides us with material which could actually defuse tensions between European Nationalists and Jewish nationalists.

    • M.Magog

      If they are keeping an eye on it, that means they see it as a credible threat. The truth has power.

      • Whiteplight sees the Emperor N

        Political Science 101; How to build a political following; steal ideas if they are a means to the ends (power) regardless of their origin.

        Not understanding this has left many “average” armchair politicians stuck in a rut with completely useless and non-productive positions without which they imagine that they are naked. Such people/groups do not survive more than a generation.

      • Mergatroyd

        AR is NO threat to TPTB.

    • LACountyRedneck

      And discussed in Time magazine. Oh my!

  • LovelyNordicHeidi

    If people plagiarise from our websites, then it means that we are winning ground.

    • Whiteplight sees the Emperor N

      The big, fascist hate group of the 20th century were the German Nazis. They were “National Socialists.” That means that they were nationalists, check: for their country and culture first and foremost, and it means that they were socialists within that frame: they will work together on public projects and stand together to succeed together. See, that doesn’t fit in with the current American Conservative philosophy, which is actually oriented around using religious and patriotic feelings to support corporate rule.

  • propagandaoftruth

    HA HA!

    GOTCHA!

  • Lewis33

    A bit OT. I remember laughing at my girlfriends liberal friend when she got a job at Newsweek in 2005, telling her that it wouldn’t be poisoning doctors and dentists offices much longer with its liberal filth. So glad to be right.

    • I remember when Time, Newsweek and US News & World Report were actually readable. Newspapers are dying off for pretty much the same reason: what once passed for journalism has become much more slanted while plummeting in quality.

      • dd121

        I used to subscribe to Scientific American (yes, I know it bends left) but finally dropped it when the writing and editing became unbearably bad.

        • I once took “Discover” magazine. After the articles became childishly left, I didn’t renew. I think I stopped sometime in about 1993.

          • Waldemar Daninsky

            What magazines were available to you while you were in prison?

          • I subscribed to “Kit Car” and one of my friends got “Street Rodder”.

          • Waldemar Daninsky

            Probably of much more value than “Time” or “Newsweek.” I hate to think of a white man in prison, especially one who was sent there for no reason, really.

      • jayvbellis

        Looking a bit grim, like another dark age where only the monks read. Maybe we are those monks.

      • Usually Much Calmer

        Word. My ex used to say that I subscribed to the NYT only to be able to cancel it. (often) The economist is good is bad is good is bad. I get City Journal but do not read it. I do not like that AR has been culling from Breitbart so much recently. . . I consider that source pretty yellow, viz: the ‘flags may have been burnt on the fourth’ story.

        Mark Twain said it it better to be uninformed than ill informed and Dylan told me I don’t need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows.

        I do cool stuff with my free time now! Babylon: F it.

        • Look at the glass of water from the other direction.

          If AR sources a lot of Breitbart these days, what does that tell you about Breitbart and the general direction it has been moving? See also: WND. Even The Blaze was starting to head our direction, but with Glenn Beck’s latest antics, it’s probably going to start running away from us.

          • c684570

            Yep – all those mainstream-ish sites are like Amren in nature.

          • Usually Much Calmer

            Yeah, but that’s a separate issue from the decline of journalism, accurate reporting, analytical thinking, etc.

          • Though I think this notion that journalism was ever clean and pure and accurate and analytical is the wind driven snow is “things were so much better way back when” selective thinking.

          • Usually Much Calmer

            Oh, I agree. There’s no Utopia in front of us, no Paradise behind us.

            But I used to be able to read a newspaper story and get information out of it. No longer.

          • Newspaper owners Joseph Pullitzer and William Randolph Hearst certainly did their best to start the 1898 Spanish-American war. This disagrees with the Rickover Commission’s report about coal spontaneous igniting in a bunker next to a magazine, but I believe it overwhelmingly likely that USS Maine blew up due to decomposing propellant charges in a magazine itself. Other navies at this time had the same problem. The French lost the battleships Iena in 1907 and Liberte in 1911, to precisely this cause, while the Russians lost battleship Impertritsa Mariya in 1916 and the Japanese lost battleship Kawachi in 1918. These are just four examples I can come up with off the top of my head, but in every case it was spontaneous decomposition of nitrocellulose propellant charges due to inadequate refrigeration of the magazines.
            No, journalism certainly has not exactly been clean and pure, but I suspect there was a time when those who did it professionally could at least write more coherently than they do at present.

          • dmxinc

            Yes, the Spanish American War, another scam by our government.

            A land grab that got our young men killed and brought us more Puerto Ricans than live in Puerto Rico itself.

          • The Pullitzer and Hearst newspapers inflamed the public so thoroughly that the government felt it had little choice. They even referred to President McKinley as “a spineless weakling”.

          • Mergatroyd

            Same for the bombing of Pearl Harbor, the reality of which is still not fully vetted to this day. It was a false flag used by war monger FDR to get America into WW II – even though FDR had repeatedly promised during the 1940 election campaign NOT to send “American boys to fight overseas.”

            FDR stated, I have said this before, but I shall say it again and again and again; your boys are not going to be sent into any foreign wars.

            Same for the Gulf of Tonkin incident to get America into the Vietnam War, 9/11 for the War in Iraq – along with Iraqi soldiers throwing babies out of incubators in Kuwait.

            I do not believe a word coming out of the msm OR the American government.

          • dmxinc

            Let’s no forget the biggest fiasco of all – WWI.

            No one likes to talk about justifying WWI, because there was no justification. There was no Pearl Harbor or Hitler to harken back to.

            All they give us is the Lusitania. What a farce. Who cared if the Germans or the French won that war? It would have made no difference to us, but our leaders sent our young men to die for nothing and treated them like crap when they returned.

            The Korean War was no better.

            I wish I would have learned these lessons before I joined the Armed Forces.

      • Manassamauler

        Just compare the clarity and richness of prose from AR staff to the sophestry and double talk of the intellectual left that characterizes MSM

      • antiquesunlight

        “I swear to God that if I ever again read the phrase ‘all of a sudden’ in what purports to be a serious article, I am going to vomit like a dying dog, right onto my keyboard.”

        I sympathize. It makes me sad how much our culture has declined. I’ve only become fully aware of it in the past few years. My dad has a collection of old Sports Illustrated magazines. I was looking through them on some dull day and I was shocked by how relatively sophisticated the language was – in SI magazines! In particular, I remember marveling over the long, beautiful, and informative sentences in a whiskey ad.

  • Daniel Schmuhl

    Hopefully this gets American Renaissance and Kevin MacDonald a bit of publicity. This is a bit off topic, but does anyone know where I can find the first book of MacDonald’s trilogy as an eBook? The other ones are online in PDF,Epub, and other formats. I don’t feel like shelling out $30 for a physical copy on Amazon yet.

    • Juggernaut3000

      My understanding is that “A People Who Shall Dwell Alone” is the first in the series. Here’s a PDF version: http //www kevinmacdonald net/DiasporaPeoples pdf

      #2 is “Separation and its Discontents” http //nazbol net/library/authors/Kevin%20MacDonald%20(Joojoo%20Squakers)/CofC02%20Separation%20and%20Its%20Discontents pdf

      #3 is “Culture of Critique” http //www prometheism net/library/CultureOfCritique pdf

      Nothing wrong with having a hard copy of one of these books, they are important books and great reference sources. And yes, it is good to see Kevin MacDonald go a bit more mainstream.

    • Chris Granzow XI

      PirateBay

    • scottthestrategerist

      I’m reading the third one now and it’s universally acknowledged (including by the great Professor himself) as the best of the bunch. He even said that some people who read PSDA thought he was philoSemitic. NO ONE will get that impression from CoC – not even Stevie Wonder! CoC totally turned me around. It just pummels you with facts until you shout a mental “uncle!”

      • maxsnafu

        It is not “the best of the bunch”; it is however, the most “readable” in that it lacks the rather academic tone of its predecessors. That said, one really should read all three for the most complete understanding of MacDonald’s thesis.

  • dd121

    Yeah but, coming from a Marxist it makes me very uncomfortable.

    • Martel

      It doesn’t matter who it comes from, Amren (and Mr.Macdonald) can use all the exposure they can get.

  • How far Newsweek (News Weak) has fallen:

    Not counting this one, nine comments so far on an AR thread about a Newsweek article.

    On the actual Newsweek article itself, eight comments so far, one from me, two from Steve Sailer, and one from a Bob Whitaker Mantra operative.

    • Ed

      I didn’t even know Newsweek was still in business.

      • Chris Granzow XI

        They supposedly went all-digital because “digital is the next frontier” a.k.a. their print edition was putting them in the red.

    • Martel

      As soon as I read the title of this article, I rushed to Newsweek looking forward to debating with Newsweek readers.. Not a lot going on there though.

    • scottthestrategerist

      I’m sorry, but what’s wrong with Bob Whitaker???

  • Chris Granzow XI

    ..the bigger question is how is this guy even well-known in the first place? It seems that all you have to do to be popular on the left is be a deluded self-promoting narcissist that rambles on and on in a pseudo-intellectual tone. The less sense you make, the more marxist praise you’ll win over. Reading through some of his theories makes me feel like I’m reading a TED talk from hell.

    • Zimriel

      Drugs. I know a guy who got into Zizek and he’d taken a lot of drugs in college.

  • JustJeff

    Didn’t someone say plagiarism is the highest form of flattery?

    • Juggernaut3000

      That’s what was said when MLK was caught.

  • hastings88

    All he had to do was put quotation marks around MacDonald’s words and provide a reference listing. More an idiot than a plagiarist.

    • Martel

      Stop insulting a fellow admirer of American Renaissance ^^

  • antiquesunlight

    From what I’ve seen, Zizek is a bit of a ding dong. Hopefully all the AmRen articles he’s reading will help him to say something sensible occasionally.

    If you read this, I was just kidding, Slavoj.

  • Waldemar Daninsky

    Zizek is an idiot. I was forced to try to read one of his books when in grad school. Lacan, Bakhtin, Foucault–they are difficult, but can be deciphered. Zizek is simply an idiot. His “prose” is stream of consciousness idiocy.

    • Einsatzgrenadier

      Didn’t Lacan say that the erect phallus equals the square root of negative one (√-1)? What on earth does Lacan and his fellow Lacanian psychoanalysts mean when they speak of the negativization of the human genitalia and then try to express this using mathematical symbols? What nonsense! They’re all idiots, including Zizek. They love to dress up the most banal and commonplace ideas, “truisms”, in the most pretentious and incomprehensible prose imaginable. This probably explains much of Zizek’s attraction to the nearly impenetrable, often nonsensical prose of Hegel. PoMo writers seem to forget that when you use jargon you barely understand in order to impress others, you look like an idiot.

      • I guess he means that the erect phallus is imaginary, but that’s not what she said! Amirite?

      • Waldemar Daninsky

        Okay, you caught me. Even the smartest professors that I had in grad school scratched their heads over Lacan. I do like Bakhtin and Foucault, however. I especially like Foucault’s essay on the Panopticon. My favorite “philosopher,” however, is Cleanth Brooks.

  • WR_the_realist

    At least Slavoj Žižek is a Marxist who reads a sane source of news and opinion.

    As for his act of intellectual theft, well, he did say he’s a Marxist, so what do you expect? Respect for property, intellectual or otherwise?

    • Zimriel

      I recall that Zizek’s ideology, insofar as he has one, has also been classed as fascism.

    • Mergatroyd

      I suppose he believes anything that’s been published now belongs “to the people” and not to the original author. IOW, there is no such thing as private property, intellectual or otherwise, unless, of course, it is a marxist that owns said property THEN it becomes private property subjected to all property laws of the US and he will take YOU to court if you dare touch his property.

      Typical marxists thinking: laws are for kulaks, not for the marxist intelligentsia.

      There is also speculation that “Honrbeck and Žižek are the same person.

  • Usually Much Calmer

    Wonderful press, Jared et al.!

  • M.Magog

    Hmmm. Nothing ever Changes. The Story of Abraham was lifted from the Hindu story of Brahma ( 0older by a thousand years). They just used the “A” as a prefix instead of a suffix. In Both stories an “H” is added to the name. “Brahma” was originally “Brama” and “Abraham” was originally “Abram”. IN both stories the change is significant for the same reason. “H” in hebrew is pronounced the same as the hebrew word for life. The story originally was a story explaining creation and how matter was animated with life. It was an allegory, it was meant to be read that way. The stolen version changed the whole meaning and used it as an ethnocentric epic.

  • emiledurk16

    American Renaissance….”that the Southern Poverty Law Center classifies as a white nationalist hate group.”

    “A hate group”….. from whose perspective? Everyone with a racial consciousness is a “Hate” group to them. What a ridiculous word anyway. “Comtemptuous of my enemies” is how I would self-classify. If Billy “The Marxist Bomber” Ayers ever wants to come out of retirement, I can give him the address of SPLC. He had no problem using violence pursuant to his Marxist goals.

    • M.Magog

      They “hate” any group other than their own that has a group consciousness. A “hate” group is a group that jews hate.

    • SoulInvictus

      As the President meets with La Raza…
      yup, ok…

      • Mergatroyd

        Not to mention that Ayers and the SPLC are on the same page.

  • anton drexler

    Zizek, a darling of the Leftist academic establishment, poses as a “rebel” and “outsider” as he writes book after book that conforms totally to the current PC zeitgeist. He is a fraud and a huckster.

  • Joe Carpenter

    When I went to college in the 1960s, I was exposed to a lot of Marxist thinking. After college, I had to work for a living and soon learned that the real world was very different from the leftist fantasies they taught in college. However, I found that one Marxist, Zizek, was fun to read, and actually entertaining. He writes in an undisciplined, stream of consciousness way and is probably the only person who can get away with talking about Karl Marx and Groucho Marx in the same sentence.
    However, I quickly figured out something that has apparently escaped those who think he is just harmless fun. His constant allusions to movies and science fiction are used to disarm the unwary, who never seem to understand what is behind the jokes and the references to Alfred Hitchcock. Looking at the Amazon reviews of his books, one can see how few of his fans understand his true message.
    Those of us who were exposed to the Marxist ideas of Marcuse and Adorno back in the 60s will recognize that Zizek is actually a dedicated Stalinist who advocates violent revolution, complete with mass executions, and gulags. That he is quoting AR shows how far he is willing to go to conceal his true intentions. The fact that he is so clever at disguising his ideas as being “reasonable” and “interesting” makes him especially dangerous.

    • Mergatroyd

      Thread winner, Joe Carpenter.

      You’ve describe a typical tactic of marxist subversives and infiltrators: make a connection with your audience, whom in reality you’d like to eradicate, even to the point of pretending to be one of them. Use humor, flattery, plain talk to appear harmless and build a foundation and a base of supporters to spread your message far and wide.

      After that, the marxism is much easier to introduce and for your audience to digest.

      It’s how the West was destroyed.

  • The sooner the better. Sam Francis was at the best of his best in Chronicles. His columns were first class, but I always thought that Sam needed some column-inches lebensraum in order to develop ideas and show off his real talents for exposition and sarcasm. Chronicles was where that happened the most often.

    • Mergatroyd

      I don’t think a discussion of Sam Francis is complete without mentioning – especially here – that he was fired from the Washington Times for attending an American Renaissance conference.

      It’s even mentioned in anti-White wikipedia:

      Editor in Chief Wesley Pruden fired Francis in September 1995, after conservative journalist Dinesh D’Souza described his (Sam Francis’) appearance at the 1994 American Renaissance conference.

      A lively controversialist, Francis began with some largely valid complaints about how the Southern heritage is demonized in mainstream culture. He went on, however, to attack the liberal principles of humanism and universalism for facilitating “the war against the white race.” At one point he described country music megastar Garth Brooks as “repulsive” because “he has that stupid universalist song, in which we all intermarry.” His fellow whites, he insisted, must “reassert our identity and our solidarity, and we must do so in explicitly racial terms through the articulation of a racial consciousness as whites… The civilization that we as whites created in Europe and America could not have developed apart from the genetic endowments of the creating people, nor is there any reason to believe that the civilization can be successfully transmitted to a different people.

      • One of the crucial things there is that you named and shamed Dinesh D’Souza. As far as I’m concerned, his recent problems relating to questionable campaign contributions may have been trumped up, but they’re also comeuppance for what he did to Sam Francis. To me, “Dinesh D’Souza” might as well be a cuss word.

        Especially since he’s got a new movie out which the lamer cons are all going hoo haa over. I mean, what do we have here? A desi felon who might have to do Federal prison time picking on a mulatto President for every reason but the obvious reason? How does this concern the historic American nation at all?

  • Look at what passes for “conservatism” today. Loving Martin Luther King isn’t an anomaly therein.

  • M&S

    Shrug. I care not who wrote it, it’s new to me. Thus the question must be whether the context and content of quote is applicably ‘controversial’ or merely ‘barbaric’ in it’s own right.
    Hitler said it was a war between races as to who would win the world’s control. Jews seem to be doing an admirable job, ‘on top and yet behind’ in spoiling the chances of the next most successful group.
    If looked at from this perspective one might then ask equally:
    1. Is Barbarism not appropriate in a condition of threat of species lost of predominance, even in their own homelands, to a hostile, parasitic, outlier group?
    2. If the Jews are doing what any other animal group would do to increase their own chances of success in a dominant ‘NWO/OWG’ social condition where all societies are fragmented by democracy and capitalism, as manipulable weaknesses, is what they are doing immoral so much as amoral?
    IMO, the quintessential precondition for defeating the Cultural Marxists is not showing them up to be natively evil but rather innately animalistic in advancing their species (for such is what race is, prebreakaway) interests at the cost of all others.
    Only once you can definitively point out that there is no morality in an unrelenting bid for own-supremacy, even when that bid is based on division rather than conquest, can you take away the high ground from those who claim a superior righteous insight to the nature of man.
    No. Not of man. For man is too diverse to ever be encompassed by a single definition.
    But rather of dominance need. Need is basic. Primitive. And whether it is masked by actual sublimated moral hyperbole or actual predatory impulse, the nature of the Jew who acts to destroy cultures, globally, to instill their own social mores as ‘safe ground’ for their micro culture to bed into like Scabies mites are not acting in a way which is at all _cognitive_ for what it values in the difference of others.
    And so cannot be seen as a more civilized or advanced behavior.
    Just another form of selfish interest.
    Conflating morality with instinct is the true evil. For it attempts to mark those who are openly honest in their own assertion of interests as being ‘barbarous’ as though no other group has their own, conflicting, agency.

    • SSkreelings

      You people are your own worst enemy.

  • I keep forgetting that Newsweek still exists, but otherwise who would pay Eleanor Clift to ‘report’ in between screeching on McLaughlin? I have a cousin who was always gifting me with Newsweek subscriptions, and I remember the end stages of the print version consisted almost entirely of long self-indulgent PC Establishment essays by that Fareed Zakaria person and his ilk. Just Googled Fareed and see his wife is one Paula Throckmorton, who I’m wild guessing probably would be not be Indian. Anyway, congratulations AmRen. Once again your unavoidable importance and integrity shines through.

  • SSkreelings

    There is a very, very thin line between Fascism, Nazism and Communism. Two sides of the same coin, as it were. Berlin, Germany was known in Europe in the early 20th century as a ‘red city’, for the size and strength of its Communist party. Yet, after Hitler and the Nazi took power, there was a huge jump in Nazi Party membership, inflated by all of the ‘former’ Communist Party members who jumped to the Nazi Party.
    Going forward a decade and a half, after the German Democrat Republic (East Germany) was established by the Russians to counter the West’s creation of their own West German republic, in 1948-49 the East German government announced a general amnesty, a blanket pardon of all East Germans who had been members of the Nazi Party but who had not as of that time been charged or put into prison for their Nazi affiliations. Tens of thousands of ‘former’ Nazi party members flooded the East German Communist Party, the SED, with applications for membership.
    Like I said, a very thin line indeed. I am even willing to bet that if there ever was a formal Communist take-over of our own country, many of the contributors and readers of this journal would be submitting their own applications for membership in the newly-revived CPUSA. A very thin line.

    • Or there’s a better explanation:

      People go along to get along.

      Willmot Robertson called them “trucklers.”

    • I wouldn’t even say a “very thin line”; “overlapping grey areas” is probably a better description.

  • Texan1st

    Why is it that anytime we read or hear about American Renaissance in the national media or in print, they always seem to attach SPLC”s ‘disclaimer? Why don’t they add a disclaimer about the Southern Poverty Law Center instead? Who gave them legitimacy?

    • Sick of it

      The Jews.

      • SSkreelings

        Simple minds love simple answers.
        The AmRen website is blocked on the free wi-fi available at all McDonald’s and Boston Markets (owned by McDonalds) restaurants. I never noticed that Ronald McDonald looked Jewish. Maybe it’s those oversized red shoes that gives him away.

        • Sick of it

          It is amazing that 2% of the population is represented everywhere, yet is not at fault for anything. Simple minds believe the indoctrination they receive in the public school system.

          • IstvanIN

            I think the 2% figure is too low. They claim to be 2% to stay under the radar. It must be higher.

          • curri

            Many mischlings identify as part of the 2%. I know I’ve met some. Then there are Christian Zionist useful idiots. Plus there are plenty of generic useful idiots.

          • Sick of it

            It’s possible, but it’s also possible that the 2% are just the self-identifying Jews, as opposed to those with Jewish blood who could care less either way. It’s doubtful that a successful study could be completed on this topic, as those who would even attempt to conduct such a study would end up dead.

        • IstvanIN

          SPLC is a Jewish organization.

          • I suspect it transcends religion and political ideology in favor of unadulterated greed. The $PLC is simply Bernie Madoff with a regular newsletter.

      • Mergatroyd

        Your two words are the correct answer.

        It boils down to exactly that.

    • Mergatroyd

      Because the media and SPLC are on the same page.

      Notice any time there is a “racial” crises or news about “Nazis” or something silly like White Hispanics, the national media shove a microphone in front of Mark Potok’s face because he is the “expert” on hate – but only if it’s perceived as hate coming from Whites.

      Blacks can get away with calling for the killing of Whites and get standing ovations for it, as Jamie Foxx said about “getting to kill all of the White people and how great is that?”

      Where was Potok then?

  • Whiteplight sees the Emperor N

    One truth: regardless of the positions, going far enough in that direction ends up in the same place, fascism.

  • Whiteplight sees the Emperor N

    How lucky for Amren; a new “raison d’etre.”

  • antiquesunlight

    Judaism’s direct predecessor was Zoroastrianism, which, like Hinduism, was founded by the Aryans. I’ve never heard of the Brahma/Abraham connection, either, but it doesn’t sound outrageous.

  • LACountyRedneck

    He’s one of the most famous liars I know, and a paid whore.

  • LACountyRedneck

    Many White Americans have spoken up when it comes to injustices against other races, but when it’s against their own, they fear what accusations of racism will do to their lives. Speak the truth! If we don’t, we’ll simply die off.

    • Mergatroyd

      Whites have a good reason to fear accusations of racism.

      Those “accusations” have destroyed many careers. Just ask Paula Deen.

      You can tell your grandchildren that you did everything you could to spread the word about White genocide far and wide, as much as you possibly could without risking your livelihood, which indeed is a valid threat.

      You could also say you donated financially to keep pro-White Internet sites that fought the anti-White narrative in business.

  • IBWHITE

    I subscribe to the “Occidental Quarterly.” It’s a great publication with some very interesting articles.

  • propagandaoftruth

    Beck is a loose hinged farce.