Here are some long-form articles I got value from:

1. How the left used terrorist acts in the past with protection from liberal institutions [Link]

2. The history of the duel [Link]

3. The power of the NSA [Link]

4. Experiment suggests that reality doesn’t exist until it is measured [Link]

5. How Benito Mussolini took power [Link]

6. Sperm killers and rising male infertility [Link]

7. No patrirachy without patriarchs [Link]

8. The political life of Pat Buchanan [Link]

9. Will the United States end up like Argentina? [Link]

10. The sexual decadence of Weimar Germany [Link]

11. Ten years of the manosphere [Link]

12. The US Empire, the CIA, and the NGOs [Link]

13. The history of Jews and moneylending [Link]

14. Google is not what it seems [Link]

15. How police interrogation works [Link]

16. The nightmare of Britain’s foreign doctors [Link]

17. History of the “Playboy lifestyle” [Link]

18. The participatory universe [Link]

19. How a man tried to recover $30,000 in lost Bitcoin [Link]

20. Lessons from Jessica Valenti’s “Sex Object” [Link]

21. Where the small-town american dream lives on [Link]

22. I have forgotten how to read [Link]

23. Right-wing activism always fails [Link]

24. Spraying Round-up on wheat fields prior to harvest may be causing health problems [Link]

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12 Comments

  1. Ilo Stabet March 5, 2018 at 5:18 pm

    a few great articles in this. the one about ‘reading worse’ rang specially true unfortunately.
    thank you for the recommendations.

  2. Hubert Cumberdale March 5, 2018 at 6:06 pm

    The SPLC takes a look at #13…..

    “Oy vey! Shut it down!”

    1. j molonoy March 9, 2018 at 9:01 pm

      It wouldn’t matter if they did, since this site is controlled opposition.

      1. Andy March 27, 2018 at 10:25 pm

        Why would controlled opposition be allowed to agitate against World Jewery?

    2. Wally Wally May 8, 2018 at 10:19 am

      (Because Amren has banned me from commenting, for some odd reason, I’m forced to respond here to a comment you made for the following Amren article:new lynching memorial celebrates white guilt )

      You said:

      and only embarrass themselves further when they deify men who just invented a silly Super Soaker water gun (Lonnie Johnson) or did some funky experiments with peanut butter (George Washington Carver). It just shows how truly little they have done anything to “change the world”. lol

      Lewis Latimer: Invented an Improved Light Bulb and more
      Madame C. J. Walker: Created a Black Hair Products Empire
      Percy Julian: Pioneer in the Field of Synthetic Chemistry
      Garrett Morgan: Inventor of a Traffic Signal and Gas Mask
      Elijah McCoy: Inventor of the Automatic Lubricator
      Fred Jones: Developed Refrigeration System for Trucks
      Daniel Hale Williams: Pioneer of Open Heart Surgery
      Jan Matzeliger:Invented an Automated Shoe Lasting Device
      Charles Drew: Pioneer of the Modern Blood Bank
      Granville Woods: Telegraph and Railway Device Developer
      Valerie Thomas: Developed a 3-D Optical Illusion Device.
      Robert Pehlam: Invented Tallying Machine for the Census.

      And there are many many more …

  3. philosopher March 7, 2018 at 5:38 am

    ”How the left used terrorist acts in the past with protection from liberal institutions”

    the argument being what, that the left is made of terrorists but the right is not?
    or that the left or right are terrorist? faulty logic

    have a look at ‘strategy of tension’

  4. Anonymous Disqus Account March 7, 2018 at 11:15 am

    Nice.
    5, 7, 9, 10, 11, 13, & 23 are up my alley.

    Some reading I’ve enjoyed recently was some of the writings of Anthony Ludovici, a post-WW2 British philosopher. He offers an excellent overview of Nietzsche’s philosophy and presents some good comparisons on the pre- vs. post-WW2 European culture and mindset: http://www.anthonymludovici.com/mw_int.htm

    I’ve also gotten started on Ways that are Dark, a 20th century author’s detailed analysis of the Chinese and how their people and culture differ from the West: https://thekbh.org/waysdark.htm

  5. Cynthia Stimac April 3, 2018 at 7:03 pm

    Thank you for sharing the article about RoundUp.

  6. The War At Home April 8, 2018 at 1:31 pm

    Do yourself a favor and read #20 about Jessica Valenti. You’ll thank me later. Even I couldn’t fathom the depths of her self described degeneracy. Then reflect on the fact that the writer is only reporting on the things Valenti has publicly admitted to. Who knows how much worse the actual truth is!