“I prefer to take Robinson at his word–that what started as either a personal ignorance or willful blindness regarding jews and race has transformed, since the founding of the EDL, into an increasingly obvious imperative to indulge and embrace aliens. What he has now announced is that he is openly siding with the aliens who recognize they are distinct from the natives against the natives who recognize they are distinct from the aliens.”–Tanstaafl (more…)
I bought a new book last weekend. While I have not yet finished it, what I have read so far is absolutely wonderful — a clear, sensible examination of topics that many White advocates consider difficult or imprudent to discuss.
To most Whites morality is an entirely universalist notion. This means that, with some exceptions, if something is right or wrong then it is assumed to be right or wrong for everyone, everywhere, all the time. This notion of morality is reflected in Christian ethics as The Golden Rule. Universalist morality is one of the tenets of Western-style liberalism. (more…)
Two years ago I wrote about jewish influence on Christmas music. Sometime later I ran across a passage from Philip Roth’s Operation Shylock praising Irving Berlin for de-Christing Christmas (and Easter). What I didn’t realize until today was that Roth’s book frames jewish hostility toward Christmas in a much broader context of jewish hostility toward Christianity, Christians, and Whites in general.
Roth, like Berlin, is not some marginal, inconsequential jew. (more…)
Farha Khaled’s “Caroline Glick Cited As One of Israeli American Tipsters By Gates of Vienna Where Fjordman Appears To Be Back” surveys and connects a good portion of counterjihadist dots, linking names with pseudonyms, blogs and photos. Khaled describes herself as:
Freelance writer. Columnist for the Saudi based Arab News. My op eds focus on exposing Islamophobia. (more…)
On 16 December 2009 Garrison Keillor wrote a brief editorial titled “Nonbelievers, please leave Christmas alone,” the thrust of which was “Christmas is a Christian holiday — if you’re not in the club, then buzz off.” What really caused a stir was:
Unitarians listen to the Inner Voice and so they have no creed that they all stand up and recite in unison, and that’s their perfect right, but it is wrong, wrong, wrong to rewrite “Silent Night.” (more…)