Hated & Proud

At long last my first book, Hated and Proud, has been published by Arktos Media. It is available in eBook, softcover, and hardcover from Arktos, Amazon, and wherever dissident books are sold. Hated and Proud began its life as the dissertation requirement of a Ph.D. in Anthropology. As such it still remains a deeply theoretical book, albeit one that,… Continue Reading


Santa Cruz Run Interview

I was interviewed last weekend for the Santa Cruz Run Internet radio show hosted by Vernon Bohr. It is similar to my last interview with David Baillie, which is slightly disappointing. I simply have not sufficiently developed a common language with which to discuss my intellectual endeavors, and this leads to a very rhetorical and… Continue Reading


Live Tonight on Alba Voce

From 7 to 9 PM EST on Thursday, May 23, I will be the guest and topic of conversation on David Baillie’s “Alba Voce” Internet radio show. It is a live show, so it might be possible for callers to join the discussion. Given that Mr. Baillie is a Christian White Nationalist, I am not… Continue Reading


What’s the price of heroes?

Counter-Currents has published the conclusory paper in the series called “Deleuze, Guattari, and the New Right.” The fourth part is quite different from the first three, so if you hated those papers you might want to have a look at this one. Then again, if you tend towards truth, morality, conservatism, nationalism, or other aspects… Continue Reading


Walls Must Be Felled

Walls Must Be Felled Counter-Currents has published part three of my continuing examination of Deleuze and Guattari’s potential to influence what I am now calling the revolutionary Right, including the New Right, Right anarchism, and secessionism. This expansion is due in large part to Deleuze’s impact on my conception of the social and political forms of… Continue Reading


Bridges Must be Burned

Counter-Currents will soon publish the second part of my ongoing examination of the philosophy of Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari. This part is less speculative than the previous, and focuses exclusively on Deleuze’s “reversal of Platonism” and critique of representation and recognition as the bases of thought. Anyone who has been enjoying Collin Cleary’s review… Continue Reading