Alt-Right

Steve Bannon’s Band of Bookworms: Avatars of the Pre-Modern Promise

A Review of Benjamin Teitelbaum’s new book War for Eternity: Inside Bannon’s Far-Right Circle of Global Power Brokers (New York: Dey Street Books, 2020). Steve Bannon made headlines this past week when he was arrested on the 150-foot mega yacht of a fugitive Chinese billionaire and business associate, Guo Wengui, and was charged with conspiring […]

Chase Rachels - Radical Capitalist: For a Libertarian Alt-Right - Hour 1

Christopher “Chase” Rachels is a libertarian/anarcho-capitalist philosopher and Austrian school economist. He was formerly employed as an intelligence analyst with the United States Air Force. He is the founder and editor-in-chief of RadicalCapitalist.org and the author of both A Spontaneous Order: The Capitalist Case For A Stateless Society and White, Right, and Libertarian.

Is Antifa the Answer to an Effective Anti-Fascist Movement?

In March, Richard Spencer, a prominent white supremacist, canceled his speaking engagements at U.S. universities, saying he was deterred by “antifa,” a loose international network of radical anti-fascist groups that aims to shut down far-right talks and rallies. For antifa members and supporters, Spencer’s capitulation was both vindication of their aggressive tactics and a sign of their success in opposing fascism.

America’s Far Right is Stumbling, But has Already Infiltrated the Mainstream

On March 5, the prominent white nationalist Richard Spencer was scheduled to speak at Michigan State University.
The event quickly turned into a bust when only about three dozen people made it inside the building — while hundreds of Spencer supporters and anti-fascist protestors confronted each other outside, throwing rocks and punches. Local police arrested 25 people.

The Far-Right Effort to Win Hearts and Minds Across the Atlantic

When Marine Le Pen took the reins of her father’s French far-right National Front party, she launched a well-crafted communication strategy to de-demonize the party’s image.
She distanced herself from unsavory associations and condemned the party’s more overtly racist and anti-Semitic elements. She also co-opted some of the lexicon of the left to appeal to the working class, and hijacked liberal values such as “secularism” or “equality” to attack Islam.

Ricardo Duchesne - Conservative Gatekeepers Jordan Peterson, Steven Pinker & Jonathan Haidt - Hour 1

Ricardo Duchesne, Professor at The University of New Brunswick, Canada, is the author of The Uniqueness of Western Civilization (2011), Faustian Man in a Multicultural Age, and Canada In Decay: Mass Immigration, Diversity, and the Ethnocide of Euro-Canadians. He is one of the co-editors and principal writer of the blog Council of European Canadians. He is the only academic in Canada, and possibly the Western world, who rejects the diversification of Western nations in favour of European Ethnic Identity.
A video version of this interview is available here.