Alt-Right vs. the sceptics

I have been very critical of the webzine Counter-Currents but these days Greg Johnson has two excellent articles about the recent debacle of the YouTube ‘sceptic community’ stepping into the ring with the Alt Right: ‘The skeptic war’ by Travis LeBlanc ‘Answering Sargon of Akkad’ – Millennial Woes interviews Johnson I mostly agree but have…

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Unsweetened pill

Recently, in one of his typical videos, Millennial Woes reacted to the subject of admitting women in the movement. He has a point: the presence of female vloggers sweetens the redpill, there’s no question about that. But he goes farther and chastises those who want a boys-only club. Right after the hour Woes said: ‘We…

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On Jordan Peterson

In recent posts I’ve been critical of Millennial Woes but this time he has produced a good video debunking a professor who rightly takes issue with the Newspeak in campus but still adheres, as a child, to the dogmas of the boomers.

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Woeful millenarian

Editor’s note: Chris White, who appeared last month on WDH Radio Show, is now responding to yesterday’s effete video by Millennial Woes:   Hailgate? You mean a few guys giving roman salutes in front of Richard Spencer? Are you kidding? What do you want? A reverse nanny state?… I just typed in ‘Hailgate’ into Google…

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White nationalism is deluded

Zionist Occupied Government? Pffft! Zionist Occupied Culture? Closer. Zionist Occupied Soul? Bingo! The Inner Jew. —Sebastian Ronin   I don’t want to spend much time in this entry, but I was listening to what Millennial Woes and Greg Johnson say about Charlottesville when, after minute 35, Johnson criticised the only Nazi flag that someone carried…

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Hearken, Millennial Woes!

Millennial Woes is an Alt-Right commentator who blogs at YouTube. In his latest YT audio another ethnocentric commentator, Tara McCarthy interviews him. The case of this pair exemplifies why I differ so much from the tepidity of white nationalism or Alt-Right. In one of Tara’s first questions, Millennial Woes says that the problem began in…

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