Friday, 14 December 2018

An Ode To The Snowman

I had intended to launch my Christmas video on Friday night but when I browsed Millennial Woes YouTube line up I realised that my humble channel would be crushed in the ratings and released it early. Nevertheless I do think the video warrants a full post.

Wednesday, 12 December 2018

France In The Vice

In my latest video I discuss the chronic social problems and related debt which are destroying France....

Saturday, 8 December 2018

Diasporatic Groups And The Rest Of Us

By Adtilda

There are two major Diasporatic peoples who have a major presence in Europe (only one has successfully established its presence in the states as a defined and separate group) as follows:

-Cultural Jews

These groups are considered Diasporatic for the following reasons:

-They are recognized as belonging to their group through multiple factors before geography is even considered
-As a group they do not have a fixed location and there may be tens of generations in time distance since a family belonging to this group was ever based at the geographical origin of their culture.
-They are present in a multitude of nations without open conflict, without assimilating and becoming part of the host nation. They are able to exist culturally parallel to the host nations people with varying levels of complicity in the host culture (without a generalized assimilation or surrendering of their own cultural norms).
-In times of strife or rejection, groups belonging to this culture are not only able to relocate but will proactively move to new areas.
-Groups belonging to the diaspora may support brother and sister groups based in different nations, possibly in spite of or intentionally to the detriment of their hosts.

Saturday, 1 December 2018

Darkest Hour

Doing my absolute best to skate around YouTube's draconian censorship I offer an analysis of the recent ''Darkest Hour'' film featuring Gary Oldman. Is it really healthy for us Brits to be so fixated on this period of history?

Thursday, 29 November 2018

Religion, Fear of Death and Loss of Purpose

By Atdilda

The aim of religion is to give man a tangible reason to exist, a foundation for morality and reassurance that the foreseeable conclusion to life is not the end of existence.

 Truly religious people (not the ones who go to church every Sunday but the ones convinced of and committed to a transcendental concept) may still fear the suffering of atrophy and the assumed pain of death but have a firm conviction that, having lived their life according to the principles they hold in the highest regard, and having done in life what they saw was their obligation or duty. As such the notion of mortal termination is no longer terrifying. There is work to be done in the time given to us, and when it is complete may we rest in peace.

Sunday, 25 November 2018

The Most Unpopular Man in Britain?

By Indi de Lasaf

There are many ways to make enemies. One sure-fire way of doing so is to take a very public stand on an extremely contentious issue. However, in making enemies in such a way, you are sure to also find supporters. Having made yourself a target, it is thus expedient not to alienate your friends, lest you are to find yourself isolated and alone, hated by both sides. Once you have made yourself an enemy of the left, it makes little sense to attempt to ingratiate yourself with them by virtue-signalling them and counter-signalling your own base: the left have long memories; they never forgive and they never forget. Attempting, therefore, to appease them by insisting that you share at least some of their values is an exercise in futility. It’s not enough to agree with them in part: you are either with them totally or they are totally against you, and you are in their eyes irredeemable.

Friday, 23 November 2018

Wednesday, 21 November 2018

The Pyramid (Part Two)

By Vigilante Jesus

In Part One, I introduced the concept of “The Pyramid” – a worldwide, debt-based, pyramid scheme (also known as a Ponzi scheme), reliant for its continued existence on perpetual economic growth fuelled by money printing, unfunded liabilities and endless supplies of new consumers, debt slaves and cheap labour extracted from the Third World. The Pyramid’s raison d'ĂȘtre is to enrich a privileged few within its higher echelons even as it destroys the civilisation upon which it gorges itself.

Sunday, 18 November 2018

The Pyramid (Part One)

By Vigilante Jesus

Part One

The men who rule over us today are the ‘economic men’ Brooks Adams spoke of in his book, 'The Law of Civilisation and Decay'. Adams posited two types of man – ‘the spiritual man’ characterised by the farmer, the warrior, the poet and the priest, and the 'economic man' characterised by the merchant and the bureaucrat. Adams saw the spiritual men as the great builders of civilisation. Spiritual men possessed a close connection to their roots and were guided by strong philosophical and moral ideals. The economic men, on the other hand, were profiteering materialists who emerged in the later stages of a civilisation once it had transitioned into a state of decline. The economic men, being spiritually rootless and cosmopolitan by nature, were versatile middlemen capable of turning a profit even as civilisation slowly collapsed around them.

Thursday, 15 November 2018

Hate-Reading The Guardian: Dances With Idenitity

In my new Hate-Read of The Guardian I explore the ideas of an Oriental man who thought he was an American Indian but wasn't. What I find curious is that his identity only ever seemed to be rooted in animosity toward Europeans to begin with........