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Gender Reveal Parties:
The Real Domestic Terrorism

Phil Eiger Nemann, The G-Bomb, 2021.

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I’d been vaguely and reluctantly aware of the term “gender reveal party” for years, and without bothering to look into it, I always presumed it was some wacky sort of shindig that trannies threw when they wanted to expose their shiny new $100,000 surgical cybernetic genitals to their friends, family, clergy, therapists, nieces, nephews, probation officers, and meth dealers. Read more …

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Weaponizing History:
Solzhenitsyn’s Two Hundred Years Together,
Part 2

1,991 words 

Part 1 here

Chapter Ten: The Period of the Duma

Despite including little by way of terrorism or atrocity, chapter ten is one of the most revealing and fascinating chapters in all of Two Hundred Years Together. Read more …

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American History X 

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Director Tony Kaye’s anti-skinhead morality tale American History X (1998) is proof that propaganda is far from an exact science. Just as Stanley Kubrick’s Full Metal Jacket caused a surge in Marine recruitment, American History X actually increases audience sympathies with neo-Nazi skinheads, despite its best efforts to present them as hateful hypocrites and losers.  Read more …

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Cannibalism for White Nationalists

Detail, Francisco Goya , Saturn Devouring his Son, 1819-1823.

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As usual, it starts with an anecdote — a “friend of a friend” kind of story. There was a guy who raised pigs. He wasn’t a professional pig farmer, but he raised some hogs on the side. He lived in a town with a large cakes and sweets company. So, to save on pig feed, he’d purchase the cakes and sweets unfit for human consumption and their byproducts from the factory. That’s what he used to feed the hogs. Read more …

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“Diversity Talk”
High Cost, No Return

Matthew C. Chaney

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Moldering in this “new normal” we have been so roughly thrust into, it may help to think of every new day as a personal challenge to your powers of imagination: How will the ruling class elites make today even worse than yesterday? On any given day you may be tempted to say to yourself: “Okay, we’re approaching peak-stupidity and the collapse is near.” But then you click on “the news” and it’s painfully obvious that we are nowhere near the summit. Read more …

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John Seymour’s Retrieved From the Future

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John Seymour
Retrieved From the Future
London: New European Publications, 1996

John Seymour’s Retrieved From the Future depicts a Britain when the oil runs out, caused by the CRASH, when Shiites take over the Middle East and promptly destroy all its oil wells. Read more …

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The Worst Week Yet:
February 14-20, 2021

Phil Eiger Newmann, One Way Ticket, 2021.

1,514 words

It should be obvious to any sober observer that the main problem with black people is black people.

Even though it has been mathematically established that black Americans drain more money from the public cookie jar than they contribute to it, a pesky myth persists that they are somehow being cheated out of their “fair share” of America’s massive wealth. It has become a national article of faith that any possible economic disparities between Bantus and Euros can’t possibly be explained by the fact that intelligence testing consistently confirms that, by and large, blacks are a relatively dimwitted breed. Read more …

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The Bitcoin Time Machine

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Imagine going back in time to the 1500s. You can only take one technology with you: the freezer. For the purpose of this thought experiment, we will pretend you’ve also got a way to power it. Now imagine you show the freezer to some peasants in a village. At first, they will probably be most interested in its craftsmanship. They’ve never seen such perfectly smooth metal, the astoundingly high-quality hinge, and the interior of the box magically lights up when opened. Read more …

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The Daemonettes of Slaanesh
& Woke Capital’s Very Own Monstrosities

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You may be familiar with Warhammer Forty Thousand — 40K for short. It’s a fantasy universe originally created for tabletop wargaming. It has a large fan base, and like most other European-created alternate worlds, the woke mob has begun to howl for its transformation. Of course, management is happy to acquiesce.

The 40K universe is one of futuristic, grim, eternal war. The principal conflict in this dystopian universe is between the forces of Chaos and the Imperium of Man. Read more …

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The Life of the Party

Ludwig Sigismund Ruhl, Arthur Schopenhauer, 1815.

1,532 words

Whether attending a birthday party or a social event, people have sometimes referred to me as being “the life of the party.” There have also been times where I found myself excluded from my social circle and community. Recently, I found myself not being invited to a birthday party that some of my other friends were invited to. Although I always try to stay positive and optimistic, I couldn’t help but feel ignored and forgotten. Read more …

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Asians Under Attack

A man defends his store from the roof during the 1992 LA riots.

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Asians now fear walking the streets in San Francisco and Oakland. Locals continue to rob and assault them without warning. Assailants even target the elderly. The national media, which prefers to ignore crime waves, is horrified by this spate of attacks.

Left out of the coverage is the fact that pretty much all of the assailants are black. Instead, the attacks are blamed on whites, Donald Trump, and xenophobia. Read more …

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Killing Us With Kindness:
You Betcha!

3,341 words

To be sure, [Heidegger’s] empty formula of “thoughtful remembrance” can also be filled in with a different attitudinal syndrome, for ex­ample with the anarchist demand for a subversive stance of refusal, which corresponds more to present moods than does blind submission to something superior. But the arbitrariness with which the same thought-figure can be given contemporary actualization remains irritating.  Read more …

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Back to Normal? I Told You So

1,912 words

Sagte ich doch.

Te lo deje

I told you so.

Savory words in whatever language you say them in. These days I’ve been indulging myself. Read more …

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Rush Limbaugh Remembered from the Right
(January 12, 1951–February 17, 2021)

Rush Limbaugh receives the Presidential Medal of Freedom, 2020.

1,694 words

Rush Limbaugh passed away from lung cancer Wednesday at the age of 70. No one did more to shape modern conservatism than the talk radio giant. Republican politicians bowed before him and sought his favor. Rush had the power to shape the opinions of millions, and one rant from him could scuttle a presidential candidacy or legislation. Read more …

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Blazing Saddles Comes to Wyoming

Phil Eiger Newmann, The Nu Sheriff, 2021.

1,444 words

As a bookish kid holed up in my bedroom, I used to pore over the family copy of the World Book Atlas of the World and found my interest especially piqued by desolate and depopulated areas. I was drawn to Canada’s Northwest Territories and Wyoming in the USA — I remember being fascinated that Wyoming had entire towns with only five residents. Read more …

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Homer Gets Canceled

Detail, Arnold Böcklin, Odysseus boasting to Polyphemus, 1896.

1,772 words

Anyone with a decent education knows that the Iliad and Odyssey concern the fall of Troy and the struggle of Odysseus against a series of eldritch terrors on his voyage homeward. The timeless appeal is clear; the style is quite gripping, which especially comes out if one has a good translation or happens to know Greek. Read more …

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Weaponizing History:
Solzhenitsyn’s Two Hundred Years Together
Part 1

3,076 words

Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
Two Hundred Years Together
Moscow: Vagrius, 2005

No sane person wants to lie. Aside from whatever harm lying might cause, lying also chips away at a person’s dignity. Read more …

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Anglis Anglia,
or England for the English

Detail, George Vertue, King Edward I, 1734.

2,706 words

In many ways, America and Britain’s sociopolitical circumstances parallel those of the reigns of King John, King Henry III, and King Edward I, a period of 108 years. [1]

Jewish financial swindles and cultural corruption plagued England, as well as involvement in foreign quagmire wars in France, Sicily, and the Levant. Foreign advisors were also influencing the King. Read more …

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Allegheny Uprising:
A Trump Movie

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Every movement needs a movie. Liberals have To Kill a Mockingbird, conservatives have Patton, but what about Trump and the deplorables? The movement has anger and followers, but no film — here’s one.

Allegheny Uprising (1939) is a John Wayne and Claire Trevor film based on Jim Smith’s uprising in the Conococheague Valley after the French and Indian War. Read more …

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All the Hitlers

Daniil Kharms

1,943 words

All the, all the, all the trees
And all the, all the, all the stones
All of, all of nature — peef.

All the, all the, all the lads
And all the, all the, all the virgins
And all of, all of matrimony — puff.

All the, all the, all the Slavs
And all the, all the, all the Jews
And all the, all the Russias — poof. Read more …

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The Singles Epidemic

Pieter Bruegel the Elder, The Wedding Dance, 1566.

5,603 words

Die single and thine image dies with thee.

— William Shakespeare, Sonnet III

Half of all millennials are single. They are the loneliest generation ever. Read more …

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Colin Jordan’s Merrie England 2,000

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Colin Jordan
Merrie England 2,000
Sandycroft Publications: 1993

In earlier times, there was much speculative fiction about conditions around the turn of the millennium. (We’re still waiting for those hovercars, dammit. . .) Other literature focuses more on changes in society than imaginative technology. Read more …

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The Worst Week Yet:
February 7-13, 2021

Phil Eiger Newmann, Today’s Pressing Issues, 2021.

1,595 words

Not everyone hates the winter as much as I do — I’ve even argued that the primary impetus for European colonialism was the perfectly reasonable quest for warmer climes — but if you’re similar to me in this regard, with all due apologies to T. S. Eliot, April is not the cruelest month — February is. And apparently, a “major winter storm” will sock huge swaths of the USA this week. For me, the worst part of the year is that deep-frozen dark patch of dead somnolence between the Super Bowl and the blooming of the first tulips. Read more …

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Safe Space Politicians

Senator James Lankford (R — Oklahoma)

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A video of the Capitol protests brought Oklahoma Senator James Lankford to tears last week. Lankford couldn’t bear to watch a clip of a Capitol Hill police officer being pushed into a door by Trump supporters. As the audio played during Donald Trump’s impeachment hearing, Lankford sobbed. Another Republican senator, Steve Daines of Montana, held his colleague’s arm and consoled him during the terrifying ordeal. Read more …

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Instauration:
Profound Insights for Troubled Times, Part II

April 1977 cover of Instauration.

3,326 words

Part I here

As the 1980s ended and the 1990s began, racial issues became more and more prevalent in the United States and around the world. Whites who could, of course, continued to move to the suburbs to avoid diversity and multiracialism. But it was becoming harder and harder to escape racial realities in a changing America. As always, Instauration offered clear-headed commentary on the unrelenting war against whites. Read more …

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On the Heels of Tragedy

Joseph Benoît Suvée, Milo of Croton, 1763.

1,440 words

I often find myself rooting for villains. 

Villains always seemed more interesting — they discussed certain truths about life that heroes could not accept or admit. Tony “Ludvig Borga” Halme was a wrestler who played one of these villains that got me interested in wrestling in the 90s. Halme lived an exciting but inevitably tragic life — but his memory lives on and continues to inspire those willing to play the role of the outsider, the rebel, and the dissident. Read more …

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Heidegger’s History of Metaphysics, Part Three:
The Emergence of Modernity

5,963 words

1. Introduction

For Heidegger, the history of Western metaphysics is characterized by understanding Being narrowly in terms of what satisfies human needs and desires – especially the desire for knowledge, prediction, and control. This “subjective turn” is usually associated with the modern period, but Heidegger locates its inception much earlier, with Plato and some of the Pre-Socratics. (These points are discussed at length in Part One of this series.) Read more …

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Weaponizing Money, Part 2

J. R. R. Tolkien’s original illustration, “Conversation with Smaug,” from The Hobbit, 1938.

1,851 words

Last May, I wrote an essay entitled “Weaponizing Money.” In it, I argue that racially conscious whites should act with urgency when it comes to money, and earn as much of it as possible. I dispel any notion that this is selling out — as long as the money can somehow contribute to the cause and not a person’s expensive lifestyle. I also argue that it is possible to make a lot of money and still be passionate about what you do. Any white person supporting white advocacy should, at a minimum, accustom themselves to living as cheaply as is reasonably possible and being as generous as reasonably possible. Read more …

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A Cause for Hope

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My frustration continues to mount under the occupation government of Senile Joe. The evil executive orders continue to flow, and it’s back to Israel First. The hysteria and blatant lies, especially by the mainstream media and establishment, are especially jarring. Indeed, Time just published a boastful article about how the establishment rigged the election. Read more …

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Santa Fe Trail

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So they want to ban Gone With the Wind? Pity, because a movie they would really like to strangle is Santa Fe Trail. Made in 1940, Santa Fe Trail is an Errol Flynn/Olivia de Havilland Western with lots of action and romance that discusses slavery and the Southern point of view in rational terms.

Errol Flynn plays Jeb Stuart, and Ronald Reagan plays George Custer. They are classmates at West Point in 1854 Read more …

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