Category Archives: Paleocons

The Southern Project: On Romanticizing Failed Republics

Red Phillips has written an article in response to the debate over republicanism we are having on this website, and which has come up many times before on Facebook, which he connects to some recent changes in the League of … Continue reading

Posted in American South, Americanism, Dixie, Paleocons, Southern Nationalism | 117 Comments

Review: Prospects for Racial Separation

(Editor’s Note: Secession Week resumes at Occidental Dissent.) Paul Kersey’s “Prospects for Racial Separation” was a runner up in the TOQ 2009 secession essay competition. OD readers should be somewhat familiar with his point of view. Kersey is the author … Continue reading

Posted in Conservatism, Economy, Paleocons, Race Relations, White Nationalism, Whiteness | Tagged , , , , , | 14 Comments

Reconsidered: The League of the South

An OD commentator recently altered me to a Tom Sunic interview with Dr. Michael Hill of the League of the South which aired on The Sunic Journal back in April. In recent months, I had criticized the League in one … Continue reading

Posted in Culture, Paleocons, Race Relations, Southern Nationalism, White Nationalism | Tagged , , , , , , | 94 Comments

Auster vs. Hoste

A few days ago, I wrote a blog entry about this subject, but never got around to posting it. I’ve made a conscious effort this year to avoid feuding with other bloggers who claim to be on the pro-White side … Continue reading

Posted in Alternative Right, Anti-Semitism, Conservatism, Culture, HBD, Islam, Men's Issues, Paleocons, Politics, The Jewish Question, White Nationalism | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 163 Comments

Birth of a People, Rebirth of a Nation

One of the major disadvantages American white nationalists face is that American nationality can plausibly be separated from white racial identity.  This is a huge difference compared to the European situation. As Paul Gottfried notes, European countries are now defining … Continue reading

Posted in Conservatism, Mainstream Media, Paleocons, Politics, Race Relations, Tea Party, White Advocacy, White Nationalism, Whiteness | Tagged , , , , | 43 Comments

Kentucky: Knob Creek Machine Gun Shoot

As several of you know, I spent the weekend on the road in Kentucky at the Knob Creek Machine Gun Shoot, which bills itself as “The World’s Largest Machine Gun Shoot and Military Gun Show”. We had a blast. I … Continue reading

Posted in Activism, Culture, Libertarianism, National Socialism and Third Reich, Neo-Nazis, Paleocons, Photos, Politics, Tea Party, White Advocacy, White Nationalism, Whiteness | Tagged , , , , , , | 70 Comments

A New Nation Is Finding It Can Speak

With the successful launch of Alternative Right, the old split between the neo- and the paleo-conservatives was laid to rest. What many of us felt was coming, finally happened. There now exists a very real and very serious split between … Continue reading

Posted in Alternative Right, Discourse Poisoning, Neocons, Paleocons, Politics, White Nationalism | Tagged , , , | 140 Comments

Imagine 2050 on Alternative Right

Stephen Piggot of Imagine 2050 has a new article about Alternative Right. This is what passes for “intelligence gathering” on the Far Left. Piggot’s confused article gets the most basic facts wrong. It is sad to think that this stupid hack … Continue reading

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Alternative Right

Richard Spencer’s new website Alternative Right launched this afternoon. As many of you know, Spencer left Takimag back in January to strike out on his own. A cursory glance at Alt Right is enough to reveal that Spencer has created … Continue reading

Posted in Blogging, Conservatism, Discourse Poisoning, Paleocons | Tagged , , , , | 99 Comments

RE: Is This How Democracy Ends?

Pat has written a new column, Is This How Democracy Ends? The cool thing about being Pat is that your unique personal history, social networking, and tactful walking of the fine line between the respectable and the reprehensible empowers you … Continue reading

Posted in Conservatism, Economy, Paleocons, Politics, Uncategorized | 33 Comments