Why Jordan Peterson is Wrong About Racial Pride and Identity

The common accusation that those who focus on identities like race are simply losers without individual achievements to celebrate is wrong: in fact, people who celebrate collective identities value different, and arguably better, things, than individualists.

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How much Popular Support is There for the White Rights Movement’s Core Ideals? – Part 2: What Does it All Mean?

In my last post, I listed a large number of statistics on the racial opinions of average White people. The point was mostly to find out 1) how race conscious and racially aware the average White person actually is, and 2) how much support our core ideals as a movement are likely to find among …

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Yes Milo, White Identity Politics is the Answer

Last week, Milo Yiannopoulos, in a rare moment of complete candor on the subject of White identity, told a crowd at the University of Colorado not to “fight identity politics with identity politics” and most importantly that “White Nationalism. . .isn’t the way to go.” In the past Milo has spoken a great deal about …

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A Typology of Identity: Elective, Circumstantial, and Inherent

Identity is central to White rights; after all, this is a racial identity movement. I have always thought it was critical for us to articulate not only the importance of identity as a general concept, but most critically, to articulate why race is the founding identity. Watching Richard Spencer’s Texas A&M speech a few weeks …

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