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Norman Podhoretz’s “Negro Problem”

I was aware of longtime Commentary editor Norman Podhoretz as an influential figure within what would come to be labeled neoconservatism and consequently never had any interest in wasting my … Continue reading

January 19, 2019 · 7 Comments

Crazy Racist Asians: Come Collect Your Uncle!

The most incendiary trend to scorch our political landscape these past few weeks has not been the literal rape apologetics espoused by defenders of Brett Kavanaugh. No, for the “woke” … Continue reading

September 29, 2018 · 33 Comments

Mau Mau in America

Every American knows about the Manson Family or has at least some idea from popular culture of what it was all about. Charles Manson’s is one of those household names … Continue reading

September 22, 2018 · 24 Comments

Mau Mau in Vietnam

One of the clichés of the popular mythology of America’s Vietnam experience is that blacks were disproportionately its heroes and victims; but was their contribution to the war effort uniformly … Continue reading

September 7, 2018 · 10 Comments

“Digging That Black Cat”; or, Sweden’s National Karmic Darkness

Do nations have collective karmas? The United States, according to one Huffington Post opinionator, has “bad karma” because of “homophobia and racism” – “spiritual vermin, eating us from the inside.”1 … Continue reading

August 22, 2018 · 7 Comments

White America Recognizes Itself in the Rhodesian Mirror

Concurrently with the ostensible threat from communist domino-toppling in Southeast Asia, American conservatives in the 1960s and 1970s found themselves preoccupied with developments in African countries undergoing decolonization. “For those … Continue reading

June 30, 2018 · 9 Comments

Soros, the CIA, and Black Devils: The Truth About Tiananmen Square

In March of this year, Aryan Skynet spotlighted the race-based resentment engendered by the presence of African students in the Soviet Union. As an article published today at The Unz … Continue reading

May 30, 2018 · 10 Comments

Carl the Cuck, Continued

Last week I looked into the background of Carl Jung’s disappointing 1957 book The Undiscovered Self and found it to be a little “spooky”. I assumed I had said all … Continue reading

May 19, 2018 · 158 Comments

“It’s Getting a Little Dark in Here”: Rap, Black Bodies, and the KC Star Echo Chamber

Last September, The Kansas City Star – or, as local naysayers would have it, The Kansas City Red Star – published a goofy racial grievance piece about how the city’s … Continue reading

May 14, 2018 · 26 Comments

Carl Jung’s Spooky Postwar Proto-Petersonism

Two years ago, an acquaintance handed me several books by Carl Jung, one of which was 1957’s The Undiscovered Self. Actually, apparently having forgotten that he had already given it … Continue reading

May 10, 2018 · 51 Comments