Travel’s Truest Pleasure

That’s quite an emblematic image. One I hope libcucks will prominently incorporate into their nation’s flag if ever a safe space from white supremacy can ever be secured. The photo was taken recently in Hua Hin, Thailand, and features the alternately prone and supine figures of a British family on vacation. One I’m certain wouldn’t…

Welcome to the New-Right Reception Center

A brief post tonight on rumors regarding the War for Elysium I haven’t seen mentioned elsewhere. This piece suggests Europe is beginning to recognize a military invasion years after it begins. NATO is three months away from launching patrols off Libya as part of a plan to stop migrants arriving in Italy, Italian Defence Minister…

City on a High Hill

Wary of the candidate’s perceived impulsiveness, a friend asked me recently what I was certain a President Trump would do once in office. My response: brag. Whether that provided the assurance he sought is unlikely; though I suggested he would find a fickle President Pepe still preferable to a consistent-as-the-bedrock neocon. Knowing what you’re getting…

The Rankling

The supreme function of statesmanship is to provide against preventable evils. In seeking to do so, it encounters obstacles which are deeply rooted in human nature. That quote is, of course, from Enoch Powell’s legendary (or alternately nefarious) Rivers of Blood speech. Both sentences articulate truths so fundamental–and consequently ignored–that politicians should be compelled to…

The Hospitality Business

There is a reason hotel guests don’t touch up the paint or replace the carpets. It is much the same reason they filch the toiletries rather than adding to the stock. Because an unrelated man is mostly a careful steward of his own pantry, while being a rapacious plunderer of yours. Thus a crafty civil…

Why Do We Scream At Each Other?

It feels as if I was dreaming when I wrote this, so forgive me if it goes astray. Most people harbor long-cherished delusions about exactly what elements grant territorial possession. These include silly sentiments such as… 📝 A piece of paper 🛣 Lines on a map 🕎 Values 🇲🇽 A flag 🌬 Wind and soil…

Conservatism Standing Like a Stone Wall

I’m going to post and comment upon the remarkable passage below for the benefit of those who may not have seen it in my Twitter excreta. Its author was RL Dabney, a 19th century Southern theologian and philosopher who also served as chief of staff to legendary confederate General Thomas J. (Stonewall) Jackson. Upon seeing…

Reprehensible in the Levant

Those following the constellation of True Conservative media will have noticed a recently relentless barrage against its right flank. In these, the cuck clerisy has been issuing thunderous denunciations of the alt-right. Their primary beef, of course, being failure to remain sufficiently devout to liberal theology and all its assorted ‘isms. Fair enough, the left…

We Are Dinko Valev

It has been said–specifically here–that natural selection favors not the most intelligent, but the least delusional. Of course delusion is a luxury of widely varying costs. Africans who devour albino genitals for their medicinal properties are delusional. As are those who cringe away nights in fear of conjugal visits from the tokoloshe. But these are…

Keeping up on the News

One of the things I most appreciate is the gratitude legacy Americans receive from those who couldn’t build a similar civilization if they had the finished product and a cigarette. Actually, let me start this over. One of the things I don’t particularly appreciate is absorbing a regime media that never alters its drip of…