Author’s Note: A listener asked during a livestream, “Should war be criminalized?” Hyacinth Bouquet transcribed my answer, and I cleaned it up a bit. I want to thank both the original questioner and Hyacinth.
Editor’s Note: This March 27, 2008, British National Party “stump speech” given in Tameside was transcribed by Hyacinth Bouquet. Sadly, the video is incomplete. If anyone has a complete version, or information about where it was filmed, please contact us at [email protected].
Every element that sustained prior forms of British English life is declining or has dipped down. Marriage and the family are in turmoil, and hardly anyone is marrying. (more…)
We need to talk about race. This is an interesting sentence in that it could be uttered with sincerity by someone from either end of the political spectrum. From a far-Left perspective, as we are well aware to the point of nausea, it means we need to talk about race all the time. (more…)
It’s remarkable, astounding, depressing, confounding, perplexing, and infuriating to behold the lengths to which Wikipedia will go to deny black Americans the overdue credit for something at which they truly excel — namely, crime. (more…)
Those money-makers and power-seekers who would sacrifice anybody and anything — the whole world — to their personal ends. . . hide their cynical self-centredness under a noisy lip-adherence to the dogma of the “dignity of all men” . . . while bus[il]y causing, directly or indirectly, in view of their goal, the suffering and death of any number of human beings. . . (more…)
This article is not going to be political. It’s just an interesting anecdote. John Derbyshire at VDare has his story about how he was once an extra in a Bruce Lee movie. This is my Bruce Lee story; a pre-Dissident Right brush with history. I’m going to tell you about the time I used to live next door to a serial killer. (more…)
Last Thursday, the US Supreme Court was scheduled to review a lawsuit by a black man who’d worked in Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas, Texas, claiming he’d been subjected to a hostile work environment after seeing “the N-word” carved into an elevator wall at the hospital. (more…)
On December 22, 1984, 37-year-old electrical engineer Bernhard Goetz stepped onto the downtown #2 subway train to Lower Manhattan where he intended to meet with some friends for drinks before the Christmas holidays. Goetz is a half-Jew on his mother’s side, but little did he know that by the end of this fateful train ride, he would be a full-fledged honorary Aryan. (more…)
Author’s note: An earlier version of this appeared at Return of Kings as “How Our Government Is Sanctioning A New Kind Of Tyranny.” The following expanded version is in my compilation Deplorable Diatribes.
My first encounter with anarcho-tyranny was when my grandfather got busted in a sting. His “crime” was cutting hair without a license, which got him a fine. (more…)
Officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty on all counts for the “murder” of the beatified George Floyd. The jury, consisting of only two white men among twelve, found him guilty within a matter of hours. It was a quick decision that sent a clear message to America: black lives matter more than yours.
Despite being denounced by nearly every law enforcement official in the country, Derek Chauvin is the face of American police. (more…)
Since July 2 of last year, people who have been prosecuted under Sweden’s so-called hate crime legislation during the last few years have begun receiving medals in their mailboxes. This important project was started by a group of patriots who are trying to remove the stigma associated with these “crimes,” instead turning it into an honor — tangible proof of resistance against what is happening to our country. (more…)