Compare and Contrast

Categories: Art, Lifestyle, Poetry, Uncategorized

New EP out, Compare and Contrast. Well actually, it’s been out for a little while. It’s a folkish EP / mini album of organ-based, minimalist pop songs, featuring unassuming vocals and a retro, lo-fi sound. It is reminiscent of 90’s and early 00’s indie pop. One critic described the EP as containing “songs that sound […]

Interview With Ashley Messinger on The Stark Truth (Part I)

Categories: AltRight, Podcasts

Robert Stark and co-host Brandon Adamson talk to ASHLEY MESSINGER. Ashley is based in the UK and writes for Brandon’s site, AltLeft.com. You can also follow Ashley on Twitter. The interview can be found here. Topics Include: Why Brandon’s moniker is now “The Left of the AltRight” Ashley’s political evolution to the Alt Left (Left Wing […]

The Push to Normalize Polonophilia

Categories: AltLeft, AltRight, Race, Uncategorized

      Above are two evocative images: one of Akihabara, Tokyo, and the other of what seems to be the object of onanistic fantasising by nationalists civic and ethnic within the Anglosphere – in fact, beyond the word nationalist, it seems the only thing on which the two factions agree. The thought of the […]

The Bearer of “Trad” News

Categories: Black Pill, Futurism, Lifestyle, Uncategorized

One of my least favorite memes/concepts employed by the alt-right is “trad” – short for “traditional” – primarily because the concept bears so little relationship or relevance to the world that we currently live in. If you live in a technologically modern country, your way of life is overwhelmingly likely to not even remotely resemble […]

Rose McGowan – “Hateful” in a Flash

Categories: AltLeft, Black Pill, free speech, Movie Reviews

Rose McGowan got heckled by some insane transwoman the other day, and the video went viral. Apparently this was because McGowan had made some “transphobic” comments in an interview with RuPaul. Basically, Rose talked about how transwomen were different than other women because they didn’t have the same biological experiences (like periods, etc.) As these were obviously […]