The 35 Most Popular White Websites

The title is clear enough. It is a goodly selection from the Daily Stormer. The name is a nod in the direction of Der Stürmer, German for The Attacker, which was published by Julius Streicher, a deeply sincere Nazi. Jews didn't like Julius so they had him hanged. It is fair to say that Zionist crazies are nastier than Nazis ever were. They are now destroying Western Civilization using Western Guilt as a propaganda tool. These offerings are an antidote. The 25 Most Important Pro-White Organizations is worth a look too. Then there is The Right Stuff ex Wiki, a worthy outfit. The Wiki gave it an honest write up; not something you can take for granted in a wicked world. The site itself is at

The 35 Most Popular Pro-White Websites

Russell A. James
The Foremost Problem
December 31, 2013

It’s that time of year when everyone goes list-happy.

A few years ago I did a list of “The 25 Most Important Pro-White Organizations.” It is by far the most popular entry on this blog. To date, it has received more than 11 thousand page views and is still growing — getting about 400 more every month.

The intention, at the time, was to update the list every year. That hasn’t happened and it is a bit stale — so I decided to do a new one. That list was subjective, simply a list of what I believed to be the most important pro-White sites, and a small blurb, for each, as to why I put them on the list.

This list is objective — based on Alexa rankings, not merely my opinion. Also, this is just a list of the sites, no description.

Finally, according to Netcraft’s web server survey for December 2013, there are more than 861 million websites in the world. That means that every one of the sites, on this list, is in the top 1/10th of the top 1% of websites globally. We are starting to make inroads against the anti-White “mainstream” media.

Hope you find it useful.

(Editor’s Note: The number beside each link is the global rank of the website as of the time this blog entry was published.)

35. White Genocide Project (729,537)
34. Racist Jokes (726,488)
33. Traditionalist Youth Network (723,960)
32. ANU News (715,306)
31. White News Now (560,034)
30. Committee for Open Debate on the Holocaust (486,368)
29. Darkmoon (484,342)
28. The Political Cesspool (461,837)
27. Incog Man (458,251)
26. Institute for Historical Review (422,141)
25. Gun Owners of America (398,158)
24. Vanguard News Network (378,082)
23. The White Network (339,528)
22. (338,896)
21. Southern Nationalist Network (337,160)
20. Western Voices World News (242,358)
19. Occidental Dissent (218,785)
18. AltRight* (215,085) -  is now at
17. (210,308)
16. The White Voice (199,774)
15. The Occidental Observer (179,043)
14. The White Resister (171,731)
13.Counter-Currents Publishing (163,062)
12. Total Fascism (155,609)
11. NumbersUSA (118,819)
10. The British Resistance (114,141)
9. VDARE (106,297)
8.British National Party (104,852)
7.Vanguard News Network Forum (83,704)
6. TruTube.Tv (71,377)
5. The Daily Stormer (58,629)
4. American Renaissance (53,290)
3. Metapedia (47,966)
2. Top Conservative News (46,982)
1. Stormfront (15,237)

If you know of a site that belongs on this list, please tell me about it in the comments section below (don’t forget the link).

*Ownership of the Alternative Right’s website URL reverted to it’s original owner on December 25, 2013. The ranking is for December 22, 2013 — three days before it expired. The link is to the new, temporary URL.


The Right Stuff ex Wiki - the actual site is at
The Right Stuff
is an alt-right blog and media outlet that hosts several podcasts, including The Daily Shoah. The outlet is best known for popularizing the use of "echoes", triple parentheses around names used to identify Jews on social media.[1][2][3]

Established in December 2012, The Right Stuff describes itself as "a political and cultural blog" which aims to create a dialogue uniting the right wing, as well as deliberately offending the regressive left and attacking what they perceive as a culture of political correctness.[4] It has been described as "a major hub for the dissemination of alt-right materials",[5] and according to owner Mike Enoch has a core principle of ethnic nationalism.[5] The blog also hosts and maintains a lexicon defining jargon used by its publications as well as the wider alt-right movement.[6]

The Right Stuff was one of the first websites to make use of the term "cuckservative", long before the epithet attracted mainstream attention.[7][8] In addition, the blog was an early proponent of propaganda film With Open Gates, a video which attacks multiculturalism and Middle Eastern refugees in Europe, and implies that Jewish organizations are responsible for both. The video was created by 8chan user Gex and was initially promoted primarily on neo-Nazi and white supremacist sites such as The Daily Stormer, Stormfront, American Renaissance and Vanguard News Network. After Breitbart posted the video, it was subsequently promoted by other commentators as well, such as former Representative Michele Bachmann and radio host and Washington Times columnist Steve Deace.[9]

Fash The Nation
Launched in August 2015, Fash The Nation ("fash" being an abbreviation for fascist and the name being a play on political talk show Face the Nation)[10] is a weekly podcast co-hosted by Jazzhands McFeels[11] and Marcus Halberstam.[10][12] The pair offer political commentary and extensive coverage of Donald Trump's presidential campaign, as well as conducting interviews with controversial political figures such as journalist Charles C. Johnson, congressional candidate Rick Tyler and television personality Tila Tequila.[13] They also include a regular segment known as The Europa Report, which presents news concerning the ongoing European migrant crisis,[14] in addition to musician White Hot Takes singing popular songs with lyrics rewritten to contain white nationalist themes.[15] As of August 2016, Fash The Nation was the number one on a up-and-coming list of News & Politics podcast on SoundCloud.[16]Daily Shoah

See also: Triple parentheses.............
First broadcast in August 2014 and published weekly,[17] the Daily Shoah (whose name is a parody of The Daily Show and refers to the Holocaust®, [18] has addressed topics such as immigration, white nationalism, race relations, feminism, Zionism, anti-globalization and political correctness.[4] The podcast is widely credited with creating the triple parentheses meme, also known as (((echo))), an antisemitic symbol that has been used to highlight the names of individuals of a Jewish background.[19] This originated in a Daily Shoah segment called Merchant Minute, in which Jewish-sounding names were pronounced in a cartoonish voice to stand out from other names.[19] The Anti-Defamation League has listed the Echo on its database of hate symbols.[20][21]