The Cult of Strength. Part 1: Beginnings

It is May 2nd as I write this. Hafthor “Thor” Bj√∂rnsson has just deadlifted 501kg or 1104lbs. This feat broke the previous World Record set by Strongman Eddie “the Beast” Hall of 500kg. Hall in describing that lift stated he had blood pouring out of his nose, ears, and eyes. It was four years ago…

‘Small Men On the Wrong Side of History’ Book Review

I wonder if Ed West remembers our meeting. It being somehow quintessentially both very English and, as such events that attract both the fringe Right and the ‘acceptable Right’, rather clandestine and bizarre. It took place, as things often do in England, in a pub. Frankly I hadn’t known what to expect, my time in…

A premature celebration?

I wonder if any readers of the Sun are familiar with FerFal? FerFal is the handle of an Argentinian blogger who recorded his experiences in Argentina following the 2001 economic crisis. His blogs covered a lot of the craziness that happens when the “Shit Hits The Fan” – they appeared on prepper sites all over…

Will COVID19 prove the US is a Hollow State?

It could be argued that the Hollow State is a perfect vehicle for the realization of NRx’s ideas of governance. This argument challenges the conventional notion that a Hollow State is a negative conception, but rather a positive one. With the State absent private enterprise could enter and build power in the vacuums created. Instead…

Escapist Dreams of Collapse

Collapse. The Post Apocalyptic World. Civil War 2. Boogaloo. Brazilification. These are all mostly variations on a theme and many seem uniquely American. Young white American men have been drawn to post apocalyptic themes like moths to flame. It’s the ultimate escape. Even contemporary mainstream culture reflects this: Mad Max style LARPing events, videogames like…

Tactics of the Troubles Part 3 – American Lessons

This series has looked at some of the tactics used during the Troubles in Northern Ireland. A prolonged period of civil conflict between two ethno-religious groups. It has sought to understand largely the Loyalist/Protestant paramilitary response and tactics. It has not looked in detail at the Republican cause or how effective its tactics were. Today…

Tactics of the Troubles – Part 2

Perhaps one of the most repulsive acts of barbarism from The Troubles came from the Loyalist Shankhill Butchers. These murders stand apart for the barbarism they demonstrated. Innocent Catholics were abducted, tortured, killed, and cut up into pieces. It was a set of crimes that hardened UDA and UVF men in the Maze found repulsive….

The Tactics of the Troubles – Part I

In the 1960s the province of Northern Ireland had one of the lowest crime rates in the United Kingdom. The modern day sectarianism that would come to plague that land had not yet erupted and the communities lived side by side, separate but largely at peace. In 1972 alone, 500 people died in the province…

Looking at the unstable future – a chat with the Mountain Guerrilla

I arrived in the realm of dissident political commentary through an interest in preparing for the bad times. Those bad times were more weather related but now the bad times seem permanently on the horizon. There has been much discussion in recent years in both the mainstream and the fringe about the prospects of “Civil…

The Alternate Identity Crisis

The post-modern man struggles with identity. This much is obvious. It stares us in the face as transexual propaganda bears down on us. Men who think they are women. Women who think they are animals. Men and women who think they are somehow neither male or female but some other. This madness of identity is…