Saturday, 20 February 2021

Morgoth & Endeavour's Classic Movies: Watership Down


In this month's Classic Movies stream myself and Endeavour venture into the English countryside and the great bunny bloodbath that is the 1978 Watership Down animated film....

Saturday, 13 February 2021

The Equation That Destroyed Our World


Exploring the Adam Curtis documentary ''The Trap'' and what it has to say on Game Theory and its effect on our minds....

Friday, 5 February 2021

''American Extremist, by Josh Neal


The nice chaps over at Imperium Press, a publishing house which won't ban our writers, asked me I'd take a look at Josh Neal's new book on American Extremism and why it is America breeds extremism....

Monday, 25 January 2021

Spengler, Asimov Foundation


In what is likely to be my final deep-dive video into the grim pessimism of Oswald Spengler I return to Isaac Asimov's ''Foundation'' series and compare and contrast differing visions of civilizational collapse.

Sunday, 17 January 2021

The Long Road To A New Story


It seems like I've spent weeks like a rabbit caught in the bright glare of American politics and the endless rolling news-cycle which seemed to twist and turn on the hour. Throughout it all, since the elections results issue which seems like years ago now, I kept getting a story in mind of a small boy who sees his honourable father murdered and his village burned down, he's then cast out into the cruel world to wander. In other words it's the beginning of the heroes journey which runs through almost all fictional works from one degree to another.

If you've followed my work for any length time you'll know that I've long been fascinated by what George RR Martin's Game of Thrones had to say about power, at least in the series before it became crap, I never read the books. Martin, as a true postmodernist, subverted out expectations and broke the rules on how fantasy and story should be put together. 

Sunday, 10 January 2021

Winter Is Here


I've spent the last ten days or so frozen in the headlights of the American news cycle, how do you put pen to paper and begin describing and analyzing events which don't stop increasing is in intensity?

Nevertheless I went back to basics and switched on the mic and aired some thoughts on the current situation. Naturally, since we're ostensibly on the losing side of a conflict the purges are underway and so I made the video a Bitchute exclusive, which you can see here .

Tuesday, 29 December 2020

Toward an Ethno-Nationalist Philosophy, With Guessed Worker


My old friend Guessed Worker joined me for a lengthy conversation on the dire need for a deeper grounding and framing of Nationalism and the European right to life.

Wednesday, 16 December 2020

Christmas Special: In Search of the Northern Soul


It's common these days to hear people lamenting the loss of the European spirit, that we've lost our way and become something abnormal. We must ''return to tradition'' or ''become who we are'' or to rekindle our spirits in one way or another. But when you then ask what that is, how it can be found or described, it usually becomes reduced to military prowess or scientific discoveries, or various art forms.

Monday, 7 December 2020

My Image Of 2020


Back in early summer during the beginning of the riots and happened across an image which I found to be deeply iconic and stored it for a possible contender for the image of 2020, as it happens I still think that out of all the depressing photos and images I've seen this year nothing encapsulates the deep sense of gloom and decay which engulfs the western today....

Monday, 30 November 2020

Lockdown Or Euthanasia?


The fun times continue in 2020 as I take a look at the trend of relaxing euthanasia laws to rid society of unhappy people.....