4 thoughts on “Lawrence Auster, R.I.P.

  1. That’s too bad to hear. While I didn’t agree with Auster on everything (did anyone?), he was a stellar blogger. His writings on race and crime are some of the best out there. He also wasn’t afraid to foster a more ethnocentric Christianity, completely contrary to the current trend of radical universalist Christianity in the West.

    I wonder how Conservatism Inc. will cover this. Apparently Scott McConnell sent him a nasty email recently.

    I know the typical response by many on the alt-right will be that Auster was weak on one particular issue, but even Auster seemed to get this issue.

    I’ll miss him. RIP.

    • Agreed on all points. For all that he could be really difficult, his was the first blog I visited every morning, even before Sailer. It will be hard to get out of the habit.

      I’d be surprised if Conservatism Inc. even notices.

    • The problem with Auster is that while he would occasionally criticize his fellow Jews, he would condemn any gentile who criticized the Jews as an “anti-Semite”.

      • @Joe Walker: to say of Auster that “he would occasionally criticize his fellow Jews” is a bit of an understatement. Did you see his remarkable post “Jews – The Archetypal Multiculturalists” published less than three weeks before he died (though apparently drafted years earlier)?


        Much of it reads like Kevin MacDonald – but on steroids, as the saying goes.

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