Warhammer 40k Viewed From the Right: Liberal Nihilism

Despite our milieu’s positioning as dissidents, people take media way too seriously. And among the pantheon of corporate products that the online right likes to pretend belong to it, none is more iconic than perhaps Warhammer 40,000 or simply 40k. What 40k art exists (that isn’t a visually-cluttered mess) looks appealing to a right wing,…

A Review of Mine Were of Trouble

I quite enjoy historical wargames and as an outgrowth of that hobby I have become quite the avid collector of combat memoirs, especially of the WW2 and pre-WW2 era. When I heard that Peter Kemp’s ‘Mine Were of Trouble’ would be available for the pittance of 10usd I was elated. With the tightening quarantines imminent…

Decline of Alignment

While I have previously on numerous occasions taken time to disparage Dungeons and Dragons and its consequent effects on Roleplaying, its fall into subversion and liberalism remains an entertaining case study. The effects of this fall have given rise to discussions on the appropriate use of the term race (of course ignoring classical definitions), the…