The White People’s Quarterly is a non-political, culture-centric, physical print magazine for white people. The contents include feature articles, mid-length pieces, short stories, reviews, criticism, art, photography, and anything and everything pertaining to the advancement of white interests. The magazine’s objective is to help pro-white voices and ideas connect with those who are still hesitant about taking their own side — people who have trouble identifying with internet-based “meme” culture, are less involved politically, or lack the time to delve into our ideas or acquaint themselves fully with the online outlets we frequent.
As a family-friendly publication, The White People’s Quarterly contains no profanity or crude or degenerate material generally. Its purpose is to help the average white man and woman get over the initial hurdle and take that first step toward a positive acceptance of white identity, so that they can attain a healthier sense of who they are and where they come from, and better appreciate that they are part of something much bigger, and far more important, than themselves. Many white people do not yet realize that there is another way — that they have interests that differ not only from those of others, but from what are often misrepresented as their own in the mainstream.
We want white people across the world to understand that there is nothing wrong with identifying positively with their heritage, culture, and history, expressing their own group interests outwardly, and working alongside the rest of us to secure a safe and meaningful future for the generations to come.
CULTURE & SOCIETY
MINA THERESE Cultivating the Counter Culture: The Renaissance of the Traditional
JASON KÖHNE Excerpts from Born Guilty
HAROLD L. BYRON Become a Community Organizer
ASHLEY MACALISDAIR Reclaiming Femininity
JIM MODOC The Isle of Ur: Part I: Journey into the Redpill
DONALD KENT White Art in the Postmodern Era
JARED GEORGE / THE GREAT ORDER “Pulse”
DONALD KENT “Brothers Alike”
PAUL MARLAIS “El Centro”
T.S. ELIOT “Tradition and the Individual Talent”
MUSICIAN PROFILE Meet the Mamas and the Pepes
UBERFOLK: MUSIC FOR NATIONS The New Paradigm Review
THE LIGHT OF DECAY “Friendship of Salem”
JOSEPH MALLORD WILLIAM TURNER
SIR GERALD KELLY
THE WHITE ART COLLECTIVE: Saturday Night Live-Stream
THE MIGHTY WHITE SOAP CO.