On BAPism and Christianity

Submitted by Bodhi Bronson This essay was inspired by Richard Greenhorn’s “BAP, Classical Man, and the Christian Bugman” and by BAP’s “Old and New Paganism.” It is intended as a contribution towards what BAP describes as a truce and an alliance between pagans and Christians in the name of “manliness and excellence.” I remember when I first heard some…

Impeachment: Broken Narrative Machine

The impeachment circus ends now with the trial wrapping up now. The ending we have seen coming for weeks approaches. This does not mean that the system’s habits are not in effect. Even now after Rep. Schiff and Rep. Nadler have presented their case, we see the system deploy old methods. It is a sign…

The Imperial Capitol + Friday Reads 1/24/20

Some business trips are right out of the marketing pitch that Hollywood uses. You fly to New York City. You see clients. You get wined and dined or see some show or game with vendors. You present for your firm and win the business! Others involve you driving to Haverhill, Massachusetts and scrounging for a…

The War Hysteria Virus of 2020

On January 3rd, 2020, the world got a taste for what the reigning hegemon’s reaction to real war would be like. The window into the American soul had the drapes pulled back. The globe should be frightened. The droning of Gen. Suleimani by US forces in Iraq unleashed a torrent of emotions from the imperial…

Cultural Content Opportunity: Book Publishing

The world of fiction has grown to become a game of bingo. An author must be from in an usual ethnicity and the subject matter must play to a progressive narrative. The formula of all stories now of white is bad and new/diverse is good has become so widespread that even television advertisements use it….

MLK: A Unique Product Of His Time

Submitted by Wanderer Today Americans will be flooded with media blurbs well designed to celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. MLK was a useful tool of the Eastern establishment against the South in a classic high-low vs. middle fight. Perfectly suited for the new era of widespread television ownership, MLK was a…

Impeachment: It’s Another Kavanaugh

The articles were sent to the Senate. A solemn procession led by a black woman brought them over. This was super serious. At the same time, we saw the new, shocking, amazing, and mind-blowing revelations from a Ukrainian associate of Rudy. Not really. Lev Parnas showed up on Rachel Maddow’s show to allege something vague…

Ten Friday Reads 1/17/20

No commentary this week, so I will provide ten reads… Trumpism After Trump – This report in Harpers covers the National Conservativism conference. The funniest sequence is the reporter following Moldbug around and referring to him as The Dark Knight throughout that sequence. Corrupt Nutrition Science – This article on the wave of anger and…

The Last Anglo

Sir Roger Scruton is no longer among us. His life and his contributions have, (nihil nisi bonum) a very mixed reception in our circles – a reception they no doubt deserve. His passing, however, gives us an opportunity to reflect why they receive the mixed response they have enjoyed since the coming of age of…