As much as I feared that this series, which departs significantly from the Alan Moore canon, would be weighed down by the usual PC nonsense, I never imagined its very first episode would revel in visceral anti-white sentiment and Leftist Id-expression fantasies. If we extrapolate from this show’s first episode, HBO’s Watchmen may turn out to be the Left’s spin on the imagined future events of The Turner Diaries. (more…)
Author: Max West
The #AngryAsians motif continually fascinates, especially given their relatively well-to-do economic position in our “white supremacist” society, and the proliferation of plays and other writings by them that villainize, ostracize, and “Other-ize” white people has become an identifiable trend. Snowflakes, or Rare White People can be added to this list, a supposed comedy by New York City-based playwright Dustin Chinn, which is currently being workshopped at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
The late founder of modern Singapore, Lee Kuan Yew, is famous for observing: “In multiracial societies, you don’t vote in accordance with your economic interests and social interests, you vote in accordance with race and religion.” This axiom led Yew to state, years later, that “multiculturalism will destroy America.” But it is not just through voting that multiculturalist tribalism expresses itself; it manifests itself through culture in a myriad of forms: activist journalism and theatrical plays being just two of many possible avenues. (more…)