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…

The Progressive Hijack of Fantasy

They are attempting to hijack fantasy. Of course you knew this. You knew it deep down even before a children’s series of books about wizards became the social justice tour de force. You knew it even before you had to endure pointless hours of debate about Game of Thrones characters and the horror porn. Even…

A Pyrrhic Victory In The Land of the Dead

Firstly I should acknowledge this post may not win me friends, but I do not write for friendship. Secondly, I must state clearly that I oppose abortion and consider legal rulings against it a good thing. With those disclaimers out of the way let me attempt to articulate my position on why the Christian Right’s…

Beware the Benevolence of the Wealthy

An interesting phenomena seems to be happening. Pardon me directing your attention to the New York Times but this Opinion Piece highlights an interesting result of the ideological corruption of our age. To briefly summarize: a noticeable number of children of the very wealthy (top 10%) are rebelling against their inherited wealth. These rebels have…

The Globalist Case for Universal Basic Income

YangGang’s all the rage right now. Numerous expose pieces from the trashstream media are highlighting YangGangs existence and membership. It’s those pesky 4chan white nationalist meme extremists all over again. They stole the 2016 election for Trump and now those memes are going to win it for Yang. Just when will this Asian-American disavow these…

From al-Askari, Samarra, Iraq to al-Noor, Christchurch, New Zealand

Proximity + Diversity = Violence. In 2006 the al-Askari mosque in Samarra, Iraq was bombed. It is considered one of the holiest sites for Shia muslims. Whilst no one was injured in this attack the reprisal attacks against Sunni’s and Sunni mosques resulted in an estimated 1000 deaths. Shia militia men launched numerous attacks. These…

The Power of Narrative Framing

Frame is everything. How you frame a point in an argument can have a huge influence on how effective it is. Controlling the frame is a vital skill for anyone attempting to stand against the decline and win people over. One such frame of reference that can be very effective to use is that of…

The Future is in the East: Empire’s Next Threats

When Osama Bin Laden was killed in Pakistan in 2011 many Americans must have assumed the War on Terror was over. The American public had endured an embarrassing, drawn out occupation of both Iraq and Afghanistan and the continual humiliation that the world’s most powerful nation couldn’t find and fix a rich Saudi. Now he…

Primary Loyalties and their importance

A primary loyalty is a connection to a non-state group that is greater than loyalty to a state. These loyalties include those to clan, religion, tribe, neighborhood gang, etc. Look to globalization to accelerate/catalyze this race to the bottom. Primary loyalties as defined by John Robb. A real world example we might look at is…