Roger Blackstone: The Politics of Aesthetics

Categories: AltLeft, AltRight, Architecture, Art, Books, Futurism, Lifestyle, Uncategorized

Blackstone speaks as if he were a god, “I’m Roger Blackstone. I have dedicated my life to advancing civilization and furthering human progress, from finding cures to deadly illnesses, to radical life extension, to building utopian cities. Imagine a world where you can get on a fast train in Miami and be in New York […]

Belief in Protecting a Particular Society Can Protect a Particular Society

Categories: Cults, Uncategorized

Ramzpaul has a video that’s worth responding to because it repeats one of the common mythological tropes in reactionary circles about how religion (specifically Christianity) functions as a kind of immune system for a nation, protecting it from outside invaders. I don’t want to resort to Reddit tier “correlation does not equal causation” cliches so […]

The Stark Truth: Discussing The AltRight Implosion

Categories: Black Pill, Futurism, Podcasts, Race, Uncategorized

Podcast is available here Topics: How the Alt-Right is imploding and splitting into factions The incident with Matthew Heimbach and the disbanding of the Traditionalist Workers Party The never ending hypocrisy of preachy Traditionalists The implausibility of success for those re-branding as American Nationalists The parallel SJW culture in the Alt-Right that has developed in […]

Governor Breck Reconsidered

Categories: AltLeft, AltRight, Architecture, Art, Movie Reviews, Uncategorized

The original Planet of the Apes sequels may have had lower budgets and far fetched premises (even moreso than the first installment) but they became more imaginative and at times the line between hero and villain became somewhat blurred, leaving speciest (human) audiences conflicted about whom to root for. One example of this is Dr. […]

Brassless Balls

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Several years ago I went through a phase of collecting brass (and sometimes bronze) statues from antique and thrift stores. Through working for a company that distributed electronic components, I learned that the price of copper had gone up quite a bit (brass contains both copper and zinc.) This was often a factor in the […]