Denise used to be at Nordic Sage, but is now at The White Tea Room.
Half Sigma is now Lion of the Blogosphere. He said he wants to get away from HBD, because it’s too controversial. I think this is kind of weak but I read him so I’m putting the new site up.
OneSTDV shows as invitation only, or may really be gone, so it’s gone.
In Mala Fide is only an archive, but it’s still there, In Bona Fide is gone.
I’m not sure what’s going on with Latte Island but I’m leaving it up. I hope she will resume public blogging.
Mike Smith’s Political Commentary is another South Africa blog, apparently replacing Uhuru Guru.
Esto Es Madrid has gone to invitation only. I hate it when people do this. If they do they should at least give people some way to get on the list. I suspect it’s frequently done when people want to eliminate a blog without eliminating it. I think they had a problem with antifa attacks, so maybe they had to. Or maybe Google will only let you have a nationalist blog if you make it private. Blogger basically sucks in all ways, including censorship.
Terra Gothorum is gone. Possibly an antifa problem as well.
I’m not sure what’s going on with Hunter Wallace. He said he was going to shift from Occidental Dissent to Confederate Renaissance, but that does not seem to have happened yet. I have all kinds of problems with Confederates and he won’t publish my comments but I’m putting it up anyway.
Those Who Can See is “on hold indefinitely” so I’m just going to eliminate it.
Yggdrasil Shrugged seems to be defunct.
Blogs come and go. Link me and I will happily link you.