GWOT and the Enduring Fight. Beginning of the Fall?

Imagine this: It’s dark, there is no moon. Only the glimmer of a few stars through the curtain of cloud above for light. The wind is bitingly cold and you clutch your cloak tighter around you. It is the dead of night and you have this darkest of watches. The wall you stand on is…

Screw Your Optics, I’m Going In

If you find yourself on the front porch with a rifle in hand and none of your neighbors are on their porch with a rifle in hand, it’s not time. – Anon There’s an idea that allows the principled normie to be an edgy revolutionary without the need to actually commit: the idea of the…

State of the Art

By Achilleas Karapatakis In Western society both men and women live under the constant fear of the modern version of perfection which constitutes of flawless skin, a weak/skinny frame and the most up to date wardrobe possible. In the materialistic capitalist society we live under, this look is being projected as the ideal. Due to…

Five Friday Reads – 2/8/19

This year was a big year for Santa in my house. My son had seen a relative’s Nintendo Switch. This became the prize. If we visited, my son would ask to play. If the relative visited, did he bring the Switch? It was the big request to Santa. Santa came through. It was a near…

Market Sovereignty: Anti-Trust in the era of Big Tech

By Alexander Saint-Cyr A man used to know his place in the world. He used to know his station and his class. So to, did he know where his loyalties lied and from where his sovereignty derived. A man used to be secure in knowing that a royal bloodline was responsible for his liberty and…

People Unite & Landlords Subdue: Lessons in Failed Dissent

The spear is an ancient and terrible weapon. The front line of the heroic armies who died before the walls of Ilion, the trophy the Persians bought at high price from the Spartans at Thermopylae, and later still would spears be tree-trunks in the gory forest of Turks and traitors around the Castle Dracula. The…

Marie Kondo & American Chaos

Sparks joy. Does that spark joy? Honey, maybe we can spark joy later tonight? It can be used straight or with a touch of sarcasm. What is sparks joy? It is the most memorable catchphrase from the tidying up expert from Japan and Netflix phenom Marie Kondo. Kondo has given Netflix the water cooler original…

Five Friday Reads – 2/1/19

There is no patriarchy. It is a feminist meme as fake as the one about journalists being fearful of violence due to their reporting in The Current Year. Blue Tribe lies to keep the machine rolling along. Here is the simple proof it is a lie. If a woman is pregnant and wants to kill…