The 2011 film Contagion is truly a movie for our times, especially now. It’s quite peculiar how the battle against infectious disease, ongoing for a century and a half, suffered a staggering setback in merely two years. For posterity’s sake, I’ll digress a bit about the present historical context in this rapidly-changing situation. (more…)
With the Charlottesville and Rittenhouse trials both having recently concluded, it seems appropriate to discuss an important aspect of “Lady Justice” and her true, glorious identity that lurks behind the modern pseudo-myth.
The modern, normie conception of Lady Justice is as a woman holding scales and a sword, and most of all, blindfolded. (more…)
Throne & Altar, King & Prophet: A Study of Marvelous Dysfunction
Yet more and greater ills by land remain.
The coast, so long desir’d . . .
Thy troops shall reach, but, having reach’d, repent.
Wars, horrid wars, I view a field of blood,
And Tiber rolling with a purple flood.
— The Æneid 
I hope Counter-Currents readers are enjoying the first flush of spring and continue to find moments of happiness despite all the petty Javerts in our midst. (more…)