Monthly Archives: February 2016

Economic Vibrants in Macedonia

It seems odd to think of little Macedonia as the gates of Europe, but for thousands of colonists from the global south every month over the last year it is. In response, the Macedonians, like the Hungarians, built a fence … Continue reading

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Deport Them All and Let God Sort Them Out

Following the conquest of Nevada by Trumpist insurgents, the Democratic party is wishing it had worn brown pants on February 23rd. The double-barreled chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee, ((((Debbie Wasserman-Schultz)))), issued a very boilerplate reaction to the Trumpenkrieg, indicating … Continue reading

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Press F to Pay Respects to Scalia

It is something of a truism to say that politics is just an abstract form of warfare. When Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia (PBUH) died on February 13, 2016, it triggered a vitriolic reaction on social media and highlighted how … Continue reading

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Clinton and the Failure of Gender-Tribal Feminism

Milwaukee, WI – Clinton was sporadically booed at the debate held on February 11, 2016. Why? The ongoing identity crisis that is thrashing contemporary feminism—is it more important to be loyal to one’s gender-tribe or to someone who is a … Continue reading

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On Doomism

One of the major challenges a movement like White nationalism has to contend with is a pervading sense of doom. For such a constructive project as nationalism, there must be destruction of some sort—otherwise what use would there be in … Continue reading

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Bernie Bros and the Cannibalization of the Left

A few months ago, I wrote about how two different waves of ((((feminists)))) were fighting one another over whether or not transwomen—that is to say biological men with XY chromosomes who modify their appearances to resemble women—were actual women. (They’re … Continue reading

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Constitutional Logic and the Sanhedrin

Under the Anglo-American systems of separation of powers and checks & balances, a law passed by Congress or a state legislature can be challenged and brought before the Supreme Court—a judicial institution more properly called the Sanhedrin given that one-third … Continue reading

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