To say that poverty “causes” crime is like saying that people chewing with their mouths open is what “causes” me to slap them. What exactly do you mean by “causes?” Sure, seeing someone chew with his mouth open may be the reason I choose to slap him. (more…)
Author: Huntley Haverstock
October 10, 2018 Huntley Haverstock 7 comments
Poverty Does Not Cause Crime
August 16, 2018 Huntley Haverstock 8 comments
On the Sky King’s Stoicism
We judge people. Even when people express sincere suicidal feelings, we can’t help judging them. They may be exhibiting a lot of self-pity or emotional chaos, because the situation they’re in justifies it. Their circumstances may be such that we would feel exactly the same way if we were in their shoes. Still, when we see these behaviors, it nudges us towards assuming that these tendencies must be what led to them ending up in their predicament in the first place. It’s unfair, but it’s natural: This often causes us to sympathize less. (more…)
White, Right, & Libertarian
“But Jesus replied, “Have you never read what David did when he and his companions were hungry and in need? During the high priesthood of Abiathar, he entered the house of God and ate the consecrated bread, which was lawful only for the priests. And he gave some to his companions as well.” Then Jesus told them, “The Sabbath was made for man, not man for the Sabbath. Therefore, the Son of Man is Lord even of the Sabbath.” — Mark 2:25–28 (more…)
I hate to write a whole new article about the Tommy Robinson case after having put out two already, but there’s important new information.
June 20, 2018 Huntley Haverstock 14 comments
Mexicans & Motherhood
If ever there were an argument against giving women the vote, it’s demonstrated in the media’s attempt to hijack women’s hindbrains and override all possibility of rational thought by playing literal audio of children crying for their parents at the US-Mexico border.
June 18, 2018 Huntley Haverstock 25 comments
The Latest Lies from Tommy Robinson
The latest lie in the ongoing Tommy Robinson saga came in the form of a report that he has been moved from a prison with a smaller Muslim population to one that is “seventy-one percent Muslim,” the implication being that the British government is intentionally trying to get Tommy killed by placing him among populations that will do their dirty work for them. The claim appears to have originated from Caolan Robertson, Tommy’s “manager.” (more…)
There’s been a lot of discussion about whether or not we’re all too “black-pilled” in the days since criticism first broke of the Tommy Robinson fiasco. The implication of this line of criticism is that the New Right is failing (or going to fail) because: (more…)
May 31, 2018 Huntley Haverstock 32 comments
The Truth about Tommy Robinson
There’s been plenty of heated discussion about what our stance towards Tommy Robinson ought to be, given his recent arrest.
When I first saw the video of Robinson’s arrest, I was horrified. (more…)
January 12, 2018 Huntley Haverstock 5 comments
Why the State: A Response to Styx
The basic argument we’re dealing with goes like so:
1. The primary work that the New Right has before it is social and cultural (e.g., metapolitical).
December 7, 2017 Huntley Haverstock 8 comments
The History of the Fasces:
Violence is Golden in American Iconography
The fasces is believed to have been first used in the ancient Etruscan civilization, geographically located within the center of ancient Italy. A widely accepted theory has it that Rome was founded by the Italians following an Etruscan invasion; but even if it wasn’t, it is obvious that a great deal of Rome’s customs and institutions came directly from the Etruscans, anyway. (more…)
November 28, 2017 Huntley Haverstock 10 comments
Another Fake Victim
The subject of this discussion was sentenced to 51 years in jail 16 years ago.
So why are you just now hearing about it? Well, because—for whatever reason—Rihanna, Kim Kardashian West, LeBron James, and Snoop Dogg have all just now decided to take up the cause with posts on social media, re-igniting the discussion. Excited yet? (more…)
November 7, 2017 Huntley Haverstock 7 comments
Jews & Mental Illness
This essay was inspired by the excellent interview between Greg Johnson and Mike Enoch, “Forced to Be Free,” in the recently released You Asked For It: Selected Interviews, Vol. 1. This wide-ranging interview covers a vast range of topics, and as a whole serves—as does the whole book—as an absolutely excellent introduction to the whole of our project for “normies” (more…)