William Briggs with this week’s Summary Against Modern Thought: On Divine Providence. Ianto Watt with Part II of All Rhodes Lead to Rome, on WINners, the Empire and world domination. A call for common cause with those who hold Reality and Tradition sacred: #UniteTheClans Dammit. RTWT. A letter from a fan and more thoughts on AI. The war between rights and reality is over, and sanity has lost. Wrapping up the week: This Week In Doom – Herstaria (Not Hysteria) Edition.
Throne, Altar, Liberty with more on the scare and hunt for Nazis in Canuckistan: Blow It Out Your Ear, Bernie!
PA Blog on how Trump is not cucking on the Wall, but making sure it has permanence.
Over at The Edge of Time, do we need traditions, and which ones?
Jim with quick thoughts on Brexit.
From Occidental Dissent, part of a continuing series on the history of the Southern United States: The Unraveling of the South. It is a quick history lesson on the rise of the American Empire and liberalism.
The Myth of the 20th Century with a Q&A podcast: it’s a lot of fun.
Scholar’s Stage on why you should not trust your arguments.
Malcolm on a deeper look at the number of people in the US in poverty. The problems with hiring POC because they are qualified and do the work, and not because they are POC. Also, a Service Notice.
Alf on How To Be A Man (amongst other men). RTWT.
Endeavour with Part III of Lies of the Elightenment: The (Free) Marketplace of Ideas.
Z Man with his thoughts on Sportsball. He considers the problems of too many administrators, on Labour Day. On dissidents and the dispossessed, how they relate to conformists, and what dissidents must do to be part of what comes after the progressive collapse. He discusses conspiracy theories and how to get your conspiracy memory holed. On democracy being a fraud, providing a very accurate description easily applied to your options in Canada’s upcoming federal election:
Instead, the parties put on a show for the voters, rarely intending to actually do what they claim. Instead, they manufacture differences between one another, so they can pretend the choice before the voters is stark. Once the election is over, the politicians go back to living their lives of leisure, waiting for instructions from the people who actually run things. The politicians are like robot actors, brought out for elections, then put back in storage.
And sorry ladies, but this week’s Z Blog Power Hour is at frequencies only men can hear: Wammin’s World.
Evolutionist X with an intriguing theory about how Homo Sapiens replaced Neanderthals: the clothes make the hominid.
Rotten Chestnuts on bringing back ‘Satan’ as an apt descriptor of Liberals. He finds that the Left is in touch with reality, but only a tiny science-filtered slice which has driven them mad. On Socialized Medicine. A possible way to defeat Elizabeth Warren.
Al Fin on how 25% to 50% of US colleges will fail in the next 20 years…and the ways they’ve already failed.
Setting the Record Straight on the Rectification of Names: “Gays”
Counter Currents with a review of Quinn Slobodian’s Globalists – The End of Empire and the Birth of Neoliberalism. A look at Flemish nationalists, and some lessons they can teach us about dissent and organization. A visit to Lynchburg, contrasted with Charlottesville, and the life of Jerry Falwell. Apocalypse Now, Part III, on the coming hordes. On the self-immolation of the UK’s highest universities in the name of diversity. A review of the legacy of Lothrop Stoddard, who foresaw the Great Replacement. Another review, of the Mothers of Massive Resistance, which details the women who resisted the civil rights movement.
The Council of European Canadians with questions on immigration, race realism, and the Great Replacement, from almost a hundred years ago.
VDH delves into what happened with colleges in the US, where education became debt slavery: From Icon to Con.
The Orthosphere with a primer on traditionalism. A taste:
As Alain de Benoist and Charles Champetier write in their Manifesto for a European Renaissance (2012), no doubt under the dual influences of Guénon and Evola: “The destruction of the life-world for the benefit of instrumental reason, economic growth, and material development have resulted in an unprecedented impoverishment of the spirit, and the generalization of anxiety related to living in an always uncertain present, in a world deprived both of the past and the future. Thus modernity has given birth to the most empty civilization mankind has ever known.” The sirens, however, who swim in the tepid waters, and the harpies who swoop in the tepid air, know not the tepidity, nor the jejuneness, nor the de-individuating insipidity of their milieu. The Traditionalists foresaw this impasse a long time ago.
Also, The Roar of Our Cataract. I cannot summarize…but you must read it.
More Orthosphere, where we learn that the race baiters are bribing us…with sandwiches: Hark, Hark, the Dogs Do Bark!
American Sun, with comments on the carnivorous diet. What to do with the US college system, including all the student debt. A discussion of the chaos inherent in progressivism and the private spheres as a way to create structure again:
The progressives cannot construct a lasting structure. Because of their denial of history and shrinking of time horizons, they cannot tap into the eternal and the unspoken that reaches inside all humans. This is the challenge. Tapping into that which is eternal and undeniable is what is needed. To make these spaces not just exist but grow is the challenge. Once public spaces have become a garbage dump in comparison to your private spheres, the levers they control will matter less. It is not that you may be outside their reach, but that their decrees and proclamations will not matter at all.
Tactics of the Troubles continues at American Sun with Part III, American Lessons, or what the Troubles can tell us about coming civil unrest. Also, for your down time this coming week: Five Friday Reads, with a nod to the Myth of the 20th Century podcast (see above). It is as good as Mr. Landry says. Have a listen and send them Bitcoin.
Kill to Party on one hell of a downward spiral: Never Called Me Back.
Steve Sailer’s weekly column at Taki magazine discusses the memory holing of the SPLC’s (our favourite pretty hate machine) March scandals. On how getting old may not mean slowing down. He has some helpful flashlight advice.
Keep on reactin’ and be like the Owl (for now).