Pre-Election Friday Reads

I couldn’t slap links at the end of the Nixon post. Here are pre-election reads for the weekend. 4GW comes to America – Lind talks his book to say that 4th Generation Warfare is here. Didn’t Syria show 4GW can be crushed by state actors? I still see these actors as organized and funded by…

When Nixon Calls

>Phone rings a little after midnight, strange but recognizable number. Man pauses a film before answering. “Good evening President Nixon, been a long time since you called. I knew you couldn’t let an election go without talking.” “You son of a bitch, you keep changing numbers. What are you doing?” “Watching The Thing. It’s Halloween, horror movie season.”…

The Mandate of Heaven’s One True Anointed One

Submitted by Turrible Tao In many ways this year’s election is the much awaited bigger budget sequel to the 2016 election. Although the budget is bigger, the plot is crazier and the blueprint that made the last election so historical is somehow being recreated and even as an incumbent Trump is cast once again as…

Portland’s Eastside

What happened to Portland? It’s been a focus of America political tension. Decades ago when Oregon was a purple state with a healthy logging industry, the city of Portland decided to transform its eastside. The city wanted to use the undeveloped land to plan an amazing expansion of affordable housing. No one asked residents, and…

The Diseased *dn̥ǵʰwéh₂s (Tongue)

“To know my enemy” These words should leave a deep, bloody incision on the conscience of the modern political dissident—not just knowing that the political battle before is is transcendent as it is mundane, but to understand our foe down to the exact grain of coffee he drinks by the stink of his breath. The…

A Metanarrative & Friday Reads

At public political events, we have the designated time devoted to who can lie about and pander to blacks the best. It isn’t even for blacks. It is for the whites of either side to feel superior (left wing) or block racism smears (right wing). It is pathetic. It is also used because no one…

What Is Anton Trying To Say

Once again, I am writing a piece evaluating the content created by a Mr. Michael Anton. I welcome it as trying to explain his work to our crowd is an echo of how he tries to explain the world we consider old news to a normie crowd. We are both translators of sorts. I recommend…

Programmed to Kill: The Politics of Serial Murder

I got a wild hair and decided to read something a little outside of my comfort zone. It turned out to be extremely outside my comfort zone. The book is David McGowan’s Programmed to Kill: The Politics of Serial Murder. The book is a wildly depressing ride. I don’t recommend it to anyone. This review…

Ivy League Blues

In old photographs, one might catch a glimpse of something great. They’d almost certainly have to be in black and white or maybe sepia. Young men, uniformly white, mostly Anglo-Saxon or from monied, Germanic families, with oiled hair and if there is to be any facial hair found among them, it would be in the…