“What we see, therefore, on the macro scale in the 20th-century and on the micro scale in a particular period of individuals’ lives, is not moral abnegation but negative affirmation of pre-existing morality and a resultant sense of moral deficit.”Read more
How did the remarkable sight of dissolving, crumbling iconic skyscrapers play upon the psyche of the unsuspecting viewer on September 11, 2001?Read more
“This rather disgusting example of insect behaviour is echoed in an even more disgusting human specimen: the cuckservative. As the liberal ‘body politic’ of Western countries is gnawed away from the inside by leftist subversives, he too looks the other way and applies himself to eating his fill, ignoring the fact that all of his industry goes into strengthening the destroyers of his civilisation.”Read more
“If you think people’s private conversations on Facebook should be used against them and you don’t think all phone calls should also be bugged, all mail opened, and that every bar should have its professional eavesdropper, then you are simply being inconsistent as these things are all identical.”Read more
Occasionally, I google the words ‘culturism’ and ‘culturist,’ to make sure I’m still on the first page of search results. Recently, Willem Schinkel’s book, ‘Imagined Societies: A Critique of Immigrant Immigration in Western Europe,’ appeared in my search. Why?Read more
A frank discussion on the poisonous mantra of individualism and the suicidal idea that those on the ‘right’ should shun collectivism and identity politics.Read more
Why do great and powerful nations which appear unbeatable decline and fall? One might immediately conclude that they are simply overcome by the growth of inevitably superior forces despite all the advantages in resources which being powerful has brought them.
The best known example is Rome which enjoyed extraordinary abilities in organisation and in the technology it could apply by the standards of the day yet still collapsed.Read more