Pass Me The Benzo

Submitted by Stav I. Commodification “if apostates and unbelievers can put up Christmas trees in blatant appropriation of my culture i can say the n word “change my mind, retards”             The “War on Christmas” was rigged from the start. It was an in-joke everyone but the Boomers and Boomers-in-spirit knew, because only Boomers had…

The Populist Monkey Wrench for the International Order

Submitted by Jones In recent years, the world has seen a considerable increase in the number of politicians espousing populist rhetoric. Particularly in Europe and North America which ostensibly bear the negative costs of a globalized society through mass migration, demographic replacement, and economic decline, voters are becoming evermore cynical of the capabilities of the…

The Absolute Submission of Noam Chomsky

There comes a time in any profession where the old guard becomes decadent, or can no longer function at peak capacity, and must loosen the reigns to let the younger generations have a kick at the can, for better or for worse. This happened to the Soviets in the 80s, where every week was a…

Impeachment: CIA Everywhere

Election 2020 has an overt spook turned puppet politician running for the presidency with small city mayor Pete Buttigieg becoming a pawn in the great game. This is a continuation of the fad of election 2018. In that election dozens of former spooks ran for office under the Democrat banner. The regime did not want…

Parallels of Decay: Lessons from American Politics for Catholics

Note Before Reading This article was originally intended to be presented to a broader, Catholic audience, and thus it expounds upon concepts that should already be quite obvious to the average American Sun reader. I have chosen to keep it in its original format because I want to maintain its holistic integrity and because I…

Cinema & The Narrative Game

The film director Martin Scorsese recently criticized movies based on comic books, saying they are ‘not cinema’. His point is undeniable, in that there is a clear difference between creating mainstream entertainment and creating a classic piece of artistic storytelling. His point especially rings true when you consider how many repetitive superhero films have been…

On The Immigration Forum with Nick Fuentes and My Role

This past Monday Nicholas Fuentes paid a visit to Bettendorf, Iowa, and spoke at the Immigration Forum hosted by the Scott County Teenage Republicans.  The past couple of months, Nick Fuentes and his followers have started a rigorous debate within the conservative movement, which seems to have a strong support from the generation Z, who…

Two Track Economy – Patronage and Productivity

Submitted by Robert Fitzgerald It would be accurate to describe most contemporary economies as being effectively two track economies, which are run towards very different ends. This article is intended to be a brief introduction to the core concepts of what these two different economic structures are for, how they run and how they interact…

Impeachment: Unified Theory of Watergate

Landry here, as old readers of mine know, I had a theory on what was the reason for Watergate. We are seeing a replay of the deep state, cathedral, polygon, establishment, whatever you want to call it, using its power to remove what they view as a threat to its power and processes. This post…

Epstein Didn’t Kill Himself + Five Friday Reads 11/8/19

With one phrase, a meme was born. In an interview on cable news, a gentleman ended his interview by stating “Epstein didn’t kill himself”. It has sparked a meme where people discuss whatever topic they want and at the end slip that phrase in. It caused a lot of laughs online. It also points to…