In Defense of Prejudice by Greg JohnsonIn Defense of Prejudice by Greg Johnson

In Defense of Prejudice

byGreg JohnsonForeword byTito Perdue

Paperback | April 20, 2017

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Greg Johnson’s In Defense of Prejudice collects 45 essays, speeches, reviews, and opinion pieces on a wide range of topics, including White Nationalism, the Alternative Right, the “Alt Light,” the Donald Trump phenomenon, sexual politics, cosmopolitanism, Freemasonry, the Old Right, and the Jewish question. There are essays on such figures as Gotthold Ephraim Lessing, Adolf Hitler, Louis-Ferdinand Céline, Leo Strauss, William Pierce, Harold Covington, Jonathan Bowden, J. Philippe Rushton, Dominique Venner, Gilad Atzmon, Yoav Shamir, Milo Yiannopolous, and of course Donald Trump. Greg Johnson once again demonstrates his mastery at bringing together theory and practice, connecting topical commentary with eternal truths, always with an eye toward the conditions of white survival and flourishing.

Greg Johnson, Ph.D. is Editor-in-Chief of Counter-Currents Publishing Ltd., as well as Editor of North American New Right, its webzine (http://www.counter-currents.com/) and occasional print journal.
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Title:In Defense of PrejudiceFormat:PaperbackDimensions:274 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.62 inPublished:April 20, 2017Publisher:Counter-Currents PublishingLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Contents

 

Foreword by Tito Perdue

 

Preface

 

Part I

 

White Nationalism

1. In Defense of Prejudice

2. Vetoing the Dream: In Defense of Brexit

3. In Praise of Calexit

4. American Ethnic Identity

5. White Nationalism, the Alt Right, & the Alt Light

6. Alt Right vs. Alt Wrong: Notes on the

Milo Question

7. The Alt Right: Obituary for a Brand?

8. Why Ramzpaul is Right (& Why it Doesn’t Matter)

9. Punching Right

10. Honorable Defeatists

11. Tough Talk from a Hard Man (On the Internet)

12. Ahead of the Curve

13. George Hawley’s Right-Wing Critics of

American Conservatism

14. Rethinking the White Nationalist Conference

15. The Toastmasters Model

16. Dealing with Doxers

17. Toward the Tipping Point

 

The Trump Phenomenon

18. November 9th, 2016

19. Try Sincerity for a Change

20. The Measure of Greatness

21. The Fall of Hillary Clinton

22. Trump, Hillary, & the Alt Right

23. That’s President Troll to You

24. Trump & the End of Feminism

25. Safety, Prosperity, & Peace: Trump’s Path

to the White House

26. “I Got Mine, Buddy”: Non-Whites

Against Immigration

27. The Trump Deportation Plan

 

Sexual Politics

28. To a Reluctant Bridegroom

29. Gay Panic on the Alt Right

30. Abortion & White Nationalism

31. Roosh Really is a Rape Advocate

(& a Rapist, if He’s Telling the Truth)

32. Yes, Roosh, White Nationalists Want to

Control Sexual Behavior

 

Part II

 

Cosmopolitanism

33. What’s Wrong with Cosmopolitanism?

34. Lessing’s Ideal Conservative Freemasonry

 

The Legacy of the Old Right

35. R. H. S. Stolfi’s Hitler: Beyond Evil & Tyranny

36. Birth of a Nation: On Harold Covington’s

Northwest Quartet

 

The Jewish Question

37. Louis-Ferdinand Céline’s Trifles for a Massacre

38. Paul Gottfried’s Leo Strauss & the Conservative

Movement in America

39. What the Neocons Got Right: A Review of

Arguing the World

40. The Self-Exterminating Jew: Gilad Atzmon’s

The Wandering Who?

41. Yoav Shamir’s Defamation

 

In Memoriam

42. Jonathan Bowden

43. William Pierce

44. J. Philippe Rushton

45. Suicide in the Cathedral: The Death of

Dominique Venner

Index

About the Author

Editorial Reviews

“Greg Johnson became my favorite writer several years ago when it first dawned on me that my brain was suddenly comprehending everything that he wrote. Subjects which had previously seemed too complex and stuffy for my cranial load limit suddenly made sense when Greg explained them. Not only that, but these complex ideas now demystified were fresh, exciting, and riveting to read. And that, my friends, is the mark not just of a good writer, but of a great writer. What has this to do with Greg's most recent book, In Defense of Prejudice? Well, in a word, if one cannot understand revolutionary ideas one cannot act on them. Put another way, it is hard to move forward if one cannot see ahead. In this important anthology of novel ideas, Greg allows me to see ahead with clarity and focus. And what I see ahead for the future of White Nationhood is extremely exciting.”—Tom Goodrich, author of Hellstorm “Very soon we will have to put equality behind us if our civilization, the one that has given more to life on this planet than all other civilizations added up together, is to persist. Is quality more precious than quantity, or will post-modern anomie run its course unhindered? It is therefore those who, like Greg Johnson, are already assembling the intellectual foundations of a new dispensation who must be seen as our most valuable and essential persons, men of mind and spirit capable of capsizing a doctrine that delights the worst and marginalizes the best, our present system in other words.”—Tito Perdue, from the Foreword“Greg Johnson provides fresh, topical commentary upon the political sea change we’re in the midst of. Many of these essays were written in recent months. You get insightful dissections of Brexit, Calexit, Alt Right vs. Alt Light, the ‘Milo Problem,’ the fall of Hillary Clinton, and the rise of Donald Trump. But there are also slightly older, evergreen essays that will stand up well for many years on such topics as the rationality of prejudice, the legitimacy and limits of cosmopolitanism, Céline, Leo Strauss, and the neocons, plus poignant memories of Jonathan Bowden and William Pierce. This is an engaging and rewarding read.”—Margot Metroland“The problem with so much ideological writing is that it can easily become a stagnant space of hammer-and-nail commentary. It is tiresome to read (and to write, for that matter). Year after year, Greg Johnson finds a way to break that cycle, and his fourth anthology keeps that momentum going. Ever present is that crucial reminder that to win we will need to do more than tinker with a few policy levers; we really do need to think out of the box about every issue if we want change.”—Lawrence Murray, The Atlantic Centurion“It is a rare thing to be both a thinker and a man of action, rarer still to be able to focus with a laser-like precision on what is of supreme importance, yet still rarer to be able to both inspire and to give eminently practical advice on such matters, and to do this on all levels. The essays in this volume—covering a wide spectrum, from doxing, to not punching right, to issues in philosophy— have deeply impressed me. I have read very little elsewhere that is so measured, carefully thought out, and so useful to our movement.”—Jez Turner, The London Forum