In Praise of Proper Egoism, Individualism, Collectivism and Altruism

Ayn Rand didn’t invent the philosophy that she promoted.  She just put the already long  existing philosophy of egoism into some of her own words and called it Objectivism. Egoism simply means that one believes in “looking out for oneself” and not sacrificing oneself for others. That’s it.  That’s the idea. However, an overly simplistic view of  egoism and its acceptance as part of one’s philosophy of life can lead to harmful hyper-individualism for a…

In Praise of White Selfishness

Look out for yourself and your White interests and do not practice misplaced altruism. This is the essence of what is moral for Whites. Let me proleptically clear up something before I go any further.  Jewish Ayn Rand (born Alisa Rosenbaum) did not invent this concept of good selfishness–looking out for yourself and not sacrificing yourself or your interests for others. Rand’s  philosophy, that she called Objectivism, is simply a rehash of  egoism (not to…

The Refutation of Libertarianism

There follows the transcript, slightly modified, of a very enlightening and incisive speech, made by Greg Johnson of Counter Currents at a meeting of the London Forum in October 2015. This speech is well worth listening to, and can be found on the internet, and the words and arguments used well worth studying and inwardly digesting for use when encountering debate with ‘right-wing’ individuals in particular, who have not yet progressed to nationalism:   The Refutation of Libertarianism…