WHY GUN CONTROL ADVOCATES ALWAYS MISFIRE


Andy Nowicki offers "gun control" liberals some sincere constructive criticism, which he doubts they will take, though they should.

WHAT'S MISSING FROM THE GUN DEBATE?


Richard Spencer and Gregory Conte of AltRight.com (currently off-line) discuss the Florida shooting, gun violence, and what's missing from the debate over gun control, namely Black criminality and a serious examination of the descent of Americans into nihilism.

NAZI MEMES FAILING TO CUCK GERMANS AS AfD RISES

Alternative for Germany parliamentary leader Alice Weidel 
 next to a failed meme designed to cuck German people.
by Alt-Right News

The moderate nationalist party Alternative for Germany (AfD) has now surpassed the Social Democrats to become the 2nd most popular party in Germany according to the latest opinion poll conducted by the INSA polling center for the German Bild daily newspaper.

THE END OF HISTORY AND THE Z MAN

by Ryan Andrews

If you’re looking for an example of libertarian Boomer posting, it doesn’t get much better than this. Not only is it is very representative, but that really is about as profound as their thinking goes. So, of course, I pretty much agree with AltRight’s recent vlog discussing the deficiencies of the boomer-created political paradigm.

DON'T BE A 'SAD SACK': LOW-STATUS MAN'S FALL FROM GRACE

This passage is taken from Andy Nowicki's newly-published Ruminations of a Low-Status Male, Volume 3: On Being Unwanted, now available on Kindle and in paperback)
                                                                                            
Every man wants to be wanted.
Unfortunately, desire is not an infinite or even an abundant trait; therefore, some men must needs go unwanted. That is to say, their desire to be desired must needs go unmet.

What truly weeds out the wheat from the chaff, or the men from the boys, is how a man responds to being unwanted.

THE FALSE IDOL OF ASSIMILATION


Over the last few years, we have been witnessing significant changes in the Western political landscape with the rise of so-called populist parties in most White countries. One of the reasons explaining the popularity of those parties is definitely the growing perception of mass immigration as a threat to our way of life. But it is important to note that most of these political formations described as "populist" or "far right" by the mass media do not necessarily argue for the end of immigration per se, but for a “better” management of immigration and the end of multiculturalism. Instead of talking about reversing the flow, most of these so-called “far right” politicians are putting forward the assimilation of the newcomers.

VANGUARD (17): RE GENERATION

The 17th of the Vanguard Podcasts, featuring Richard Spencer, Andy Nowicki, and Colin Liddell. In this edition they are joined by French activist Roman Bernard to discuss France's promising new youth group "Génération Identitaire" and generational differences in nationalism and identity.

VANGUARD (16): ALIEN NATION REDUX

The 16th of the Vanguard Podcasts, featuring Richard Spencer, Andy Nowicki, and Colin Liddell. In this edition they are joined by VDARE.com's Peter Brimelow to discuss America's ongoing immigration disaster,  the limitations of the Tea Party, and the Japanese approach to immigration.

WANKSTERISM

"Hello, my fellow chad alphas!"
Three years ago Andy Nowicki launched the extremely short-lived "Wanksterist" movement in a series of podcasts. Based on an analogical dichotomy between "fuckers" and "wankers," and the brilliant conceit that those who "satisfied themselves" were truly free, the movement was tragically handicapped by the public's inability to get metaphorical spunk off its hands, with a consequent dimming of intellectual eyesight. (The short book that Nowicki composed on this subject, Confessions of a Would-Be Wanker, can still be purchased for a "handily" low price...)

Now, seasoned by time, is the concept ready once more to shake hands with the world?

DAMORE CASE REVEALS NATIONAL LABOUR BOARD'S TOXIC LEFTISM


There is a very good reason why James Damore, the former senior software engineer fired by Google last year, is pursuing his case against his former employers through a class action lawsuit accusing them of discriminating against white, male, and conservative employees.

FAUXCAHONTAS STRIKES BACK

by Hewitt E. Moore
@hewittemoore

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), a potential 2020 presidential candidate, addressed her claims of “Native American heritage” in a surprise speech to the National Congress of American Indians on Valentine's Day.

VIDEO: WHITE PANTHER



YouTuber Way of the World examines the Black Panther movie phenomenon, and what it tells us about the hypocrisy of racial politics in the West. Maybe there is a lesson here for white people.

This is a new channel, as WotW's previous channel was shut down by YouTube.

MASSIVE "VICTORY" FOR THE ALT-RIGHT: THE GREAT SPREE SHOOTER MEDIA HOAX


The Florida spree shooter story just keeps getting crazier and crazier...but in a good way...I think...um...yeh.

Early reports suggested it was a disgruntled Leftist.

VANGUARD PODCAST (15): CLEANING UP THE STREETS

The 15th of the Vanguard Podcasts, featuring Richard Spencer, Andy Nowicki, and Colin Liddell. In this edition of "Masterpieces of (Bad) Right-Wing Cinema," Colin, Andy, and Richard discuss vigilante films of the 1970s, including Dirty Harry (1971), Death Wish (1974), and Taxi Driver (1976). Did these films, as liberal critic Roger Ebert feared, represent the rise of fascism in the USA?

THE STRANGE CASE OF 'PSEUDO ROMEO'

This passage is taken from Andy Nowicki's newly-published Ruminations of a Low-Status Male, Volume 3: On Being Unwanted, now available on Kindle and in paperback.
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There is a certain boy I remember from my youth. 

As an adolescent, he was a slight, gawky lad with a wide mouth and incongruously beady eyes.  Unfortunate-looking though he was, he wasn’t of a resentful frame of mind; nothing in him seemed inclined towards viewing life in such a light; instead, quite oblivious to his miserable social state, or in any case utterly unmindful thereof, he relentlessly projected an attitude of thoroughgoing optimism; what was more, he was an inveterate and rather pesky romantic, much  after the fashion of Looney Toons mainstay “Pepe Le Pew.”