Category: Polignano

This Is Good News

Polignano returns.

Read here.

While I had some disagreements with Polignano in the past about his interpretations of On Genetic Interests and Salter’s EGI theory, in general I see him as a positive influence, and his return to Counter-Currents constitutes one of the best pieces of “movement” news I’ve read in quite some time.

That doesn’t mean I may not disagree with him on issues in the future, and if I do it will be outlined here in my typically discreet and humble style.  

But those are details.  Hopefully now Counter-Currents will move forward away from Alt Right feuding and start to concentrate on producing quality intellectual material.

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Der Movement in the News, 5/25/16

More stupidity.

During the question and answer session, a conference participant raised the Jewish Question. I was impressed when Mr. Taylor made no attempt to dodge the question, instead opting to answer forthrightly. He responded by affirming the established fact that there are many Jews among the anti-white plutocratic elite. That said, we should not hold Jews as a group collectively responsible, but rather judge each on a one-by-one basis.

That’s great. What if someone made the same “no collective responsibility” argument for Negroes? Mexican illegals? Migrant invaders to Europe?
First, the NG Project graphs cannot be taken as “the final answer” (just as Der Movement falls in love with “men on white horse” strongmen, only to be disappointed; it falls in love with the latest genetic data, only to see a new set of different data in the next study); a different group would give different results with different category designations (that’s the nature of the genetic beast). On a relative basis, the NG data are more or less reasonable, but jumping from that to interpretations of group behavior is absurd. Yeah, dem Greeks are all ethnocentric and all when it really matters – how many “refugees” and “migrants” have they been flooded with? What percentage of the population is now alien? Who voted in a (far-)leftist government, instead of Golden Dawn?