Monday, 28 December 2015

The Limitations Of Sargon Of Akkad's Liberalism

When Individualism Fails

I've never been particularly interested in popular You Tuber ''Sargon of Akkad'' I don't watch his videos, It's not that I'm particularly hostile, I just find endlessly banging on about feminists and ''Social Just Warriors'', the lowest hanging fruit on the Cultural Marxist tree, rather dull. I also find Sargon to be smug and irritating. That said, the recent tumult surrounding his ''hangout'' on Google+ with Millennial Woes and other ''Alt Righters'' was highly entertaining, more interesting still was Sargon's reaction video in which he went into more detail explaining his own world view and why he disagrees with the Alt Right. Many of the issues raised, such as The Nazi Question, have been so hotly debated within the Alt Right they need not be addressed here, it's also worth noting that Sargon rejects the idea that White people face an existential crisis. The focus here is the assumption that a classical liberal position is objectively superior to a White Nationalist one in terms of ethics and morality. In other words, this isn't just another ''hit piece' on a popular internet figure, it is analyzing a clash of two  belief systems.

Thursday, 24 December 2015

Tony Hayers' Festive TV Guide

Happy Kwanukkah Winterval Festival Of Retail , Twenty-Fifteeeeeeeeeeen
Here's the festive Tee-Vee Pogrom line-up for Kwanukkah Day!!
Heeb-I-See One:
6.30 am 'Mourning Britain? GOOD'
Gaby Roslin chats to Josh Widdicombe about series 19 of his sit-com, "Josh".
Lenny Kravitz drops by to talk about his new role as Emmeline Pankhurst in Steven Poliakoff's play "Insufferable". Yottam Ottelenghi makes mince-pies, and faggots in puff-pastry served with a dark,rich, bitter jus.
9am "Hitler And The Evil Naazi Baaastards"(2015)
Pixar animation about the nastiest person who ever lived.
And his dog.

Tuesday, 22 December 2015

Wishing You All A Merry Christmas

Blog posts will be rather sporadic over the next couple of weeks as I desperately try and plug myself back into the Matrix mainframe to enjoy what should be a typically, and specifically, European festive season. It won't work, we out here in the badlands all know you do not get to blue pill yourself for a week or two because it's convenient, but we will all try nevertheless.

Monday, 14 December 2015

Help! My Girlfriend Is Racist!

I recently happened to come across this discussion on a forum, just when you think the White race has reached its lowest ebb you come across something like this. You think we have tumbled to the bottom of the pit and landed sharply on the concrete floor only to have another trap door open, and you are then confronted with, an even deeper level of despair. It's all on display here, the moral signalling, the self loathing, the ''Liberal Poker'' meaning, when one drone offers up his Anti Racist credentials another pops up and has to go further ''Try talking to her'' is met with ''Oh God no, dump her, think of your future children!''.  It simply isn't natural to behave to like this. Truly, Anti Racism is worse than the Black Death.

Friday, 11 December 2015

The Maleficent Matriarchy

Maleficent is what studio bosses in Hollywood like to call a ''re- imagining ''of a classic tale, what they mean by re-imagining is taking a story or myth embedded in popular culture and then injecting it with post modern, Cultural Marxist, post feminist, post white guilt ideas then trotting it back out for the masses. Maleficent is a re-imagining of Sleeping Beauty.

Tuesday, 8 December 2015

European Identity: Wake Me Up When Globalism Ends

Excellent video created and posted  by blog fan, Major Dundee. We always need more of these awareness raising videos.

Friday, 4 December 2015

The Traditions, Festivals and Customs of Britain

Every village, town, city, county and nation of the UK is steeped in its own local customs and traditions. Some are relatively new, or modern variations of older ones, and some are truly ancient.

Some have political or religious origins such as Bonfire Night with its ceremonial burning of Guy Fawkes, or the Summer Solstice at Stonehenge. 

Some are outrageously (and hilariously) politically incorrect according to the modern day sensibilities of humourless, intolerant 'Liberals', such as Cornwall's Darkie Day, or even the celebration of St George's Day itself.