Thursday, 21 July 2016


Europe, here we come!
Sub-Saharan Africans are the fastest-growing demographic on the planet. With a fertility rate over three times as high as European women (5.2 children per woman to 1.6) that shows few signs of decreasing, the population of Sub-Saharan Africa is projected to more than double, rising from 1.1 billion to 2.4 billion by mid-century. With so many Africans coming into the world, it is vital to understand them better, but already much of the material produced on Africa and Africans is tainted with Cultural Marxism, so, to get an accurate picture, it is vital to refer to sources that predate political correctness. Here is passage is from a book published in 1930:

Saturday, 9 July 2016

Odessa or Dishonour

Death in Odessa: the burning Trade Unions House.
One reason why I supported the Ukrainian uprising earlier this year was because, despite rumours of various kinds of "special operations" and skulduggery (on both sides), my perception was and still is that a great many of the people involved in the Maidan, including many of the members of Right Sector who spearheaded the action, were acting sincerely and with honour.

Honour includes a variety of qualities, but the essence of it is to behave in such a way that those not involved in your struggle will feel admiration and thus sympathy.

For example, the courage, steadfastness, and resolve shown by the Maidan demonstrators in the face of heavily armed police and attempts at state repression could be cited as honourable. But honour also includes other virtues, such as respecting innocent lives, showing magnanimity, and an awareness of things beyond your immediate selfish interests.

Saturday, 4 June 2016

Yasukuni Jinja – The Misunderstood Shrine to Japan's War Dead

"I'm a Belieber" – Justin Bieber pays his respects.
April is a big month in the calendar of Yasukuni, the shrine in downtown Tokyo dedicated to the souls of all those who have died in the service of the Japanese Emperors since the Meiji Revolution. It is therefore also a big month for making a fuss about the enshrinement of a group of men, who since the post-War trials carried out by the US occupation forces, have been called "war criminals."

Aside from the quaint notions that war should be some kind of sport played by gentlemen and that "war criminals" can only come from the losing side, Yasukuni Jinja never fails to create major misunderstandings between Japan and the West, misunderstandings that are quickly latched onto by interested parties in North East Asia who probably know a lot better.

Date: Ireland's 19th Century Population Collapse

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Tuesday, 31 May 2016

Vladimir Putin & the Sane Man Theory

The events in the Eastern Ukraine in the last few days have raised many questions. What is going on and why have Russian nationalists with covert backing from Moscow seized public buildings in various cities and erected barricades? Is Putin aiming to annex the Eastern half of the Ukraine?

One century after the madness of World War One, are we going to see another series of slippery escalations taking us in directions that few if any of us want to go in?

These questions are hard to answer at the moment, but there are some points that we can use to gauge how things are likely to work out.

Monday, 30 May 2016


Some people wonder why the "YES" campaign for Scottish independence is fast gaining ground, even though all the newspapers oppose it, and why even the Cornish want to be recognized as a separate nationality. But the sad truth is that "British" and "Britain" are terms now held in such deep contempt and loathing that you might find yourself sneering, spitting, and laughing all at the same time when you hear the words.

The latest news out of the absurdistan of the modern multicultural UK – "by appointment to Third World colonization," Royal and Ancient poodle of America, and septic isle set in a silver sea of EU regulation – is that you can now be arrested for the evil, satanic thoughtcrime of...wait for it...quoting Churchill.

Friday, 27 May 2016


A Swede in the advanced stages of Swebola.

You’ll have heard of Ebola, the deadly African virus that constantly threatens to break out and sweep all before it on the Dark Continent. Less well known is an even more deadly virus that is already sweeping across the continent of Europe and the West in general. It is deadly because it is still little understood. Indeed, this article represents the first time that anybody has even bothered to give it a name –Swebola.

Just as the symptoms of Ebola are terrible – severe abdominal pain, diarrhoea, vomiting, unbearable headaches, multiple organ failure, mucous membrane haemorrhaging, and necrosis – so the signs of Swebola are equally horrifying. These include a complete loss of self-respect combined with smug arrogance, severe masochism, intense gender confusion, deep loathing for one’s own race and culture, a self-destructive urge to pay heavy taxes in order to be surrounded by the most dysfunctional elements of the Third World, and a psychopathic horror of free speech. In particularly severe cases it may even manifest as an urge to be gang-raped, murdered, and set on fire, followed by a wish to ‘forgive’ the perpetrators from beyond the grave.

Tuesday, 10 May 2016

When is a "Hate Crime" Not a "Hate Crime"?

These gentlemen may have perfectly legitimate economic grievances.
Try to understand.

Thanks to Leftists and Liberals, we have been blessed with the wonderful, comical, tautological, and Orwellian concept of "The Hate Crime."

Traditionally it has been associated with crimes of violence, but important research, now under way, is looking at the possibility of extending it on a permanent basis into other areas, such as writing, social media, conversation, and even our innermost thoughts. The results of this research still hang in the balance, so for the present it is still largely associated with acts of violence.

Saturday, 7 May 2016


Some countries will do anything to get an Olympic medal. Georgia, for example, went to the trouble of recruiting both its men and women’s beach volleyball teams from players rejected from Brazil’s national team. This meant that players who spoke no Georgian, knew almost nothing about the country, and had only visited it once or twice, briefly, competed under its banner. Luckily, justice was done and both teams failed to get a medal.

Georgia’s neighbour Turkey was more successful. It got a couple of silver medals from the Ethiopian long distance runner Elvan Abeylegesse. Compared to the ‘Georgians,’ at least Abeylegesse had lived in the country for a few years and had also married but then divorced a Turkish national. Still, the reason she finished second in the 5,000 and 10,000-meter races wasn’t because she was Turkish. Despite what it said on her passport or vest, she was still biologically benefiting from having the lightweight frame and high red blood cell count of an Ethiopian.