Washington’s Rejection of Russia’s Security Proposal Is a Bad Decision, by Paul Craig Roberts

As expected, Washington and its NATO arm have rejected the Kremlin’s joint security proposal, preferring dire consequences to peace. By rejecting the Kremlin’s proposal, Washington and the Europeans have told the Kremlin that Washington intends to continue its aggressive policy of placing NATO and US missile bases on Russia’s borders and arming Ukraine for attack…

Washington’s Rejection of Russia’s Security Proposal Is a Bad Decision, by Paul Craig Roberts

As expected, Washington and its NATO arm have rejected the Kremlin’s joint security proposal, preferring dire consequences to peace. By rejecting the Kremlin’s proposal, Washington and the Europeans have told the Kremlin that Washington intends to continue its aggressive policy of placing NATO and US missile bases on Russia’s borders and arming Ukraine for attack…

Russia and the West: Piercing the Fog of Hysteria, by Pepe Escobar

The fatal mistake committed by Brussels in 2014 was to force Kiev to make an impossible choice between Europe and Russia. A specter haunts the collective West: total zombification, courtesy of an across-the-board 24/7 psy ops imprinting the inevitability of “Russian aggression”. Let’s pierce the fog of hysteria by asking Ukrainian Defense Minister Reznikov what’s…

Russia and the West: Piercing the Fog of Hysteria, by Pepe Escobar

The fatal mistake committed by Brussels in 2014 was to force Kiev to make an impossible choice between Europe and Russia. A specter haunts the collective West: total zombification, courtesy of an across-the-board 24/7 psy ops imprinting the inevitability of “Russian aggression”. Let’s pierce the fog of hysteria by asking Ukrainian Defense Minister Reznikov what’s…

Russia and the West: Piercing the Fog of Hysteria, by Pepe Escobar

The fatal mistake committed by Brussels in 2014 was to force Kiev to make an impossible choice between Europe and Russia. A specter haunts the collective West: total zombification, courtesy of an across-the-board 24/7 psy ops imprinting the inevitability of “Russian aggression”. Let’s pierce the fog of hysteria by asking Ukrainian Defense Minister Reznikov what’s…

Blond Hair, Blue Eyes, by Thomas Dalton

What is beauty? Specifically, what is it to be a beautiful person? This has long been considered one of those imponderable questions, akin to asking about the meaning of life. But this does not mean that we cannot have a valuable and substantive discussion. Beauty, of course, is partly subjective, but it is also partly…

Race Continues to Roil the Democrat Party, by Chris Roberts

Yesterday, The Hill published an article called “Five Democrats the left plans to target” about progressives who are trying to unseat moderate Congressional incumbents. Though not inaccurate, the piece fails to mention how important race is in all this. The first quote in the article comes from South Asian Waleed Shahid, who worked for Alexandria…

Race Continues to Roil the Democrat Party, by Chris Roberts

Yesterday, The Hill published an article called “Five Democrats the left plans to target” about progressives who are trying to unseat moderate Congressional incumbents. Though not inaccurate, the piece fails to mention how important race is in all this. The first quote in the article comes from South Asian Waleed Shahid, who worked for Alexandria…

Russia and the West: Piercing the Fog of Hysteria, by Pepe Escobar

The fatal mistake committed by Brussels in 2014 was to force Kiev to make an impossible choice between Europe and Russia. A specter haunts the collective West: total zombification, courtesy of an across-the-board 24/7 psy ops imprinting the inevitability of “Russian aggression”. Let’s pierce the fog of hysteria by asking Ukrainian Defense Minister Reznikov what’s…

Race Continues to Roil the Democrat Party, by Chris Roberts

Yesterday, The Hill published an article called “Five Democrats the left plans to target” about progressives who are trying to unseat moderate Congressional incumbents. Though not inaccurate, the piece fails to mention how important race is in all this. The first quote in the article comes from South Asian Waleed Shahid, who worked for Alexandria…

President Biden Is a Tool of Big Pharma, by Paul Craig Roberts

The lunatic occupant of the Oval Office has arbitrarily yanked from use the only “establishment approved” Covid treatment, monoclonal antibodies. As Florida’s Governor Ron DeSantis correctly states: Biden’s “indefensible edict takes treatment out of the hands of medical professionals and will cost some Americans their lives. There are real-world implications to Biden’s medical authoritarianism –…

President Biden Is a Tool of Big Pharma, by Paul Craig Roberts

The lunatic occupant of the Oval Office has arbitrarily yanked from use the only “establishment approved” Covid treatment, monoclonal antibodies. As Florida’s Governor Ron DeSantis correctly states: Biden’s “indefensible edict takes treatment out of the hands of medical professionals and will cost some Americans their lives. There are real-world implications to Biden’s medical authoritarianism –…

Moscow to Washington: “Remove the Nukes on Our Doorstep and Stop the Eastward Push”, by Mike Whitney

Here’s a simple way to test your understanding of the current US-Russia standoff. All you need to do is answer one very-basic question about the nature of the conflict, and that answer will determine whether you understand what is actually going on or not. Here’s the question: What is the source of the confrontation between…

Stop the Neocons from Starting a War!, by Eric Margolis

Amid surging tensions over Ukraine, the head of Germany’s navy had the courage to voice Europe’s fears over this totally unnecessary, contrived crisis. In a speech to an Indian think tank, Vice-admiral Kay-Achim Schonbach proposed the Western powers ‘respect’ Russian leader Vladimir Putin and accept that Crimea would remain in Moscow’s hands. The German admiral’s…

Is Washington Under Alien Control?, by Philip Giraldi

The drama currently unfolding in which the Biden Administration is doing everything it can to provoke a war with Russia over Ukraine is possibly the most frightening foreign policy misadventure since the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis and the 1967 Lyndon Johnson attempt to sink the USS Liberty and blame it on Egypt, either of which…

“Don’t Know Much About the Holocaust”, by Kevin Barrett

Dissociated Press The Anti-Defecation League (ADL) has issued a press release slamming Sam Cooke’s classic “Wonderful World” and demanding the song be canceled. According to ADL president Jonathan Greenbutt, the line “don’t know much about history” is unacceptable. “Every American needs to know everything we tell them about the most important thing that ever happened…

Biden Regime Thinks 7% Inflation Not High Enough, by Paul Craig Roberts

Blocked by US federal courts from imposing its illegal vaccine mandates, the criminal and insane Biden regime has resorted to imposing mandates by prohibiting unvaccinated (however that condition is currently defined) truckers from delivering goods to the US from Canada and Mexico. For a country that has offshored so much of the production it needs,…

Could SCOTUS be About to Restore Freedom of Association—Including for (Ahem) Whites?, by Albemarle Man

The Regime Media is upset that the U.S. Supreme Court has accepted a case challenging Affirmative Action in college admissions [The Supreme Court adds affirmative action to its potential hit list, by Nina Totenberg, NPR, January 24, 2022]. And maybe it should be. In the famous case of Marbury v. Madison, Chief Justice John Marshall…

Jewface and the Under-Race, by Tobias Langdon

If you want to understand the leftists of the twenty-first century, you won’t find a better guide than a writer who died more than seventy years ago. George Orwell (1903–50) exposed the psychology and tactics of leftism in his two greatest books. In Nineteen Eighty-Four (1948), he satirized the way leftists practise the opposite of…

Wild Accusations Against Russia Are Proof Security Talks Failed, by Paul Craig Roberts

Washington and its British puppet accuse Russia of plotting to install a pro-Russian leader in Ukraine. This, of course, is precisely what Washington did in 2014. Washington overthrew the elected government in the orchestrated Maidan Coup and installed a Washington puppet, establishing an unfriendly government on Russia’s border. Not only are the US and UK…

America’s Most Dangerous Unknown Man, by Ron Paul

The US Senate will soon vote on Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s nomination to a second term. One of the senators opposing Powell is Elizabeth Warren. I don’t often agree with Senator Warren, but I do agree with her assessment that Powell is “dangerous.” However, Warren actually doesn’t understand what makes Powell, or any Fed…

Standing Up for White People Since . . . Before You Were Born?, by Jared Taylor and Chris Roberts

A friend of American Renaissance has digitized half a dozen media appearances and speeches by Jared Taylor going back to 1993. There was a time when Mr. Taylor was invited to talk about race on television, even on mainstream programs such as “Hardball with Chris Matthews.” All eight appearances are available on our Rumble channel…

Éric Zemmour on the Great Replacement and Civic Nationalism, by Guillaume Durocher

The conservative French-Jewish pundit Éric Zemmour may well become France’s next president. The centerpiece of his campaign is opposition to the Great Replacement. The latter means the ongoing trend of substitution of the indigenous populations of France and Europe by non-European immigrants, in particular by Africans and Muslims. In his most recent book, Zemmour writes…

US Federal Courts Reject Biden’s Tyranny But Austria Shows Its True Nazi Colors, by Paul Craig Roberts

The American political system based on the separation of powers has held for now against the tyrannical developments that are sweeping away civil liberty in the “free West.” The US Supreme Court deep-sixed Biden’s mandate that employees of private businesses must be injected with the dangerous Covid “vaccine” despite the evidence that the “vaccine” does…

Lynn’s SEX DIFFERENCES IN INTELLIGENCE: the EXTREMELY UN-PC Case for Greater Male Intelligence, by Edward Dutton

Earlier: “He Kept The Faith”—A Conversation With Richard Lynn Sex Differences in Intelligence: The Development Theory, the latest book by the Grand Old Man of psychology Richard Lynn, systematically demonstrates something that has long been obvious to most people (including women, if you know any): On average, men are more intelligent than women—by about 4…

When Motives Aren’t Hidden…, by Gregory Hood

After the September 11 terrorist attacks, there was a debate over showing violent footage on television. It might provoke anger against Muslims. The National Interest ran an article last September 12 saying that there had been too much media coverage, and it drove Americans into an “angry,” warlike mood. Most people understand that showing people…

Iran-Russia Hit Maximum Strategy, by Pepe Escobar

Three ain’t a crowd: The Iran-Russia summit this week, concurrent with RIC military drills in the Sea of Oman, in advance of a Xi-Putin meeting in two weeks, suggests a rapidly-advancing strategic vision for the three Eurasian powers. The official visit to Russia by Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi, at the invitation of Vladimir Putin, generated…

PCR Explains President Reagan’s Supply-Side Economic Policy, by Paul Craig Roberts

Perhaps you are as exhausted as I am with “free world” governments’ use of the Covid hype to destroy civil liberty and with Washington’s mindless and dangerous indifference to Russia’s security concern. For a change, here is a younger PCR on C-Span explaining Ronald Reagan’s economic policy. Neoclassical economists and the American political establishment have…

‘Continue to Labor Towards Those Sunlit Uplands’, by Chris Roberts

Morris van de Camp is a frequent contributor to Counter-Currents, where he writes mostly about American history. His essays and reviews are always insightful and are often a refreshing break from horse-race politics and cultural esoterica. In this interview — the first he has ever given — he discusses religion, self-improvement, South Africa, the Civil…

Why Blacks Reject Tough Policing, by Robert Weissberg

Those who follow the politics of crime all know the song and dance routine where racial justice radicals demand defunding the police, ending mass incarceration and the de-criminalization of minor offenses, all followed by rejoinders that these policies largely victimizes vulnerable minorities, On balance, it would seem, an apparent airtight case for law and order,…

Russian-Ukrainian Resistance Says Government Is Planning a False Flag to Start a War, by Andrew Anglin

We’ve been saying from the beginning that if the US is going to start a war with Russia or China, it will start with a false flag, as that is just the standard method for starting wars. It may have seemed weird when US intelligence came out a couple of weeks ago and said that…

A Politicized FBI Helps Biden Get Rid of Democrat Representative Cuellar, an Open Borders Critic, by Paul Craig Roberts

The “investigation” of Rep. Henry Cuellar will help his challenger smear him. The Democrat Party has made it clear that they intend to flood the country with illegal aliens and to give them the vote. New York City already has. The Democrat Party has declared war on the white American majority. Every white idiot who…

Perhaps We Need More Uncertainty, Maybe, by Ted Rall

“We know where they are,” Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld said in March 2003 about Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction. “They’re in the area around Tikrit and Baghdad and east, west, south and north somewhat.” We found nothing. Rumsfeld knew nothing. A year after the invasion, most voters believed the Bush administration had lied America…

Enough About the Uyghurs! Speak Up About America’s Liberties Lost, by Ilana Mercer

A day after the January 16th hostage-taking at the Colleyville Beth Israel synagogue in Texas, near Fort Worth, the media reported that, “FBI and local police breached the building and ended the hostages’ 12-hour ordeal.” Details were murky and the media, ever malfunctioning, remained chronically incurious about the story’s nuances. Unclear was what transpired toward…

Can We Trust Russophobes with Our Foreign Policy?, by Paul Craig Roberts

Biden on TV January 19 Threatening Russia with Disastrous Consequences and Being Held Accountable if She Invades Ukraine raises the question why Washington wasn’t held accountable when Washington invaded Afghanistan and Iraq and overthrew Ukraine with a color revolution? It is Washington that has invaded Ukraine, not Russia. How come it is only Russia who…

Conservatism and the Illusion of Exclusion, by Andrew Joyce

In 1950, while being driven from contested Korean territory by the overwhelming force of the invading Chinese, the U.S. Army’s Major General Oliver Prince Smith Jr. told a journalist from Time magazine “We are not retreating. We are advancing in a different direction.” Depending on your perspective, the quote, which has since become almost universally…

Jesus a Palestinian? or Palestine as Jesus? How the Palestinian Fire May Heal and Save the World, by Jung-Freud

A controversy made the US news some years back. It was about whether Jesus was a Palestinian or not, and the arguments got rather amusing. Jews, who hate Jesus(and wish He’d never existed) and despise Christianity above all religions, suddenly got very possessive of Him. He was a Mizrai Jew, not a Palestinian Jew, they…

Will Mass African Migration Make Hispanics Immigration Patriots?, by Pedro de Alvarado

Earlier: Is The Black-Brown Coalition Unraveling? Immigration is one issue on which Hispanics do not speak in one voice. Contrary to Karl Rove, many don’t really care for mass immigration and are even quite hostile to it. And if you put Hispanics under the microscope, you’ll find that hostility increases even more when it comes…