Let’s just get it out of the way right now: There were too many multi-culti annoyances at the coronation of King Charles III. For me the worst part was this — but it’s not even that bad. Not nearly as bad as the black preacher at Harry’s wedding. (If you click the link and watch the black preacher, note the priceless reactions from Prince Andrew’s daughters, Beatrice and Eugenie.) (more…)
Tag: the royal family
Forget Pearl Harbor! Henceforth, November 29, 2022 shall be reckoned as the day that went down in infamy. On this fateful occasion was the microaggression heard around the world.
Stop the world! Somebody got offended!
There was a fateful encounter at Buckingham Palace between Baroness Susan Hussey, lady-in-waiting to the royal family, and Ngozi Fulani (née Marlene Headley), founder of the Sistah Space charity. As the Hull Daily Mail described: (more…)
The recent passing of Queen Elizabeth II is a sad occasion. It’s comforting that she lived to an advanced age, however. Moreover, she remained physically able, kept her wits about her, and the end was peaceful and not prolonged. Fate was kind to her in that regard. Of course, she lived a remarkably charmed existence in general. (more…)
When anyone on planet Earth spoke of “the Queen,” nobody ever asked, “Which Queen?” Everyone knew that “the Queen” meant Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom. In that sense, she was the Queen of the world. In the global imagination, Elizabeth II stood for all the queens of the world, indeed all the monarchs of the world, as well as standing for the UK and its various offshoots and possessions all around the globe as their head of state for more than 70 years. (more…)
Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 484 New Ask Me Anything with Greg Johnson
Greg Johnson did a new solo Ask Me Anything on the latest broadcast of Counter-Currents Radio, and it is now available for download and online listening. (more…)
I was shocked when, yesterday afternoon, a friend informed me that the Queen had died. I had only just heard a report that she was under medical supervision at Balmoral Castle in Scotland. A BBC news reader noted — twice — that she was “comfortable.” I didn’t like the sound of that, but I also didn’t expect that her death would come so soon.
I am at a loss for words. However, like most people lacking words, this has not stopped me from taking up my pen. I feel duty bound to mark this passing in some way. (more…)
Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 479 Bubba Kate Paris on the State of Nationalism in the UK
We can be heroes just for one day. — David Bowie
Hans, are we the baddies? — Mitchell and Webb sketch featuring Nazi soldiers
As European and Commonwealth countries act like faithful servants to the autocratic global coup currently taking place, my own home country of England has fallen into step like a good foot-soldier. The government, nominally Conservative but actually a sort of Green Socialist elite oligarchy, has gone full Bezmenov, contradicting itself on a daily basis about COVID and preventing its people from seeing dying loved ones while it parties maskless indoors. (more…)
Your Faith Is Your Future: For Neville, Bowden, & Prince Harry!
All those who place their faith in fire
In fire their fate shall be repaid
“The New Monarchy: Wokeness as a Survival Strategy” is another great essay by Gregory Hood, which should be read by all. Being a total narcissist, I was struck by a couple of points that seemed to tie in with some of my own thinking, which I’d like to expand on here. (more…)
The death of His Royal Highness Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh kicked up some forgotten echoes of an older form of dissent from the orthodoxy. While the identitarian side of the Dissident Right had reserved reactions, the more conspiratorial-minded saw fit to break out in outright celebration of the old man’s death. It reminded me of the conspiracy theories that were in vogue before the rise of the identitarian Right. The number of people repeating these things showed that these ideas are still very much in vogue today and that identitarian concerns have yet to supplant them as the dominant concern. (more…)
Meghan Markle is not the first conniving, social climbing, American divorcee to imperil the British Monarchy. Before her, there was Wallis Simpson, the Duchess of Windsor. And, as problematic as she was, Wallis had a hell of a lot more going for her. Born Bessie Wallis Warfield in Baltimore in 1896, Wallis was not pretty (one biographer has even speculated that she was a hermaphrodite). (more…)