Sunday, 26 March 2017

VIDEO: MILLENNIAL WOES ON THE LONDON TERROR ATTACK

After a bit of a hiatus, Millennial Woes returns to respond to the London terror attack. While another Western city mops up the blood, Woes wades through the intellectual detritus left by Britain's cucked and clearly confused commentariat.

Friday, 24 March 2017

"LOVE CONQUERS ALL" BUT IT'S SHIT AT STOPPING TERRORIST ATTACKS

Take that, you terrorists (and nationalists)!


For the victims of the London terrorist attack, it must have felt good to look down from strumming their harps in Heaven to see the good burghers of Brussels holding a commemoration event, partly on their behalf. No doubt the high point was when the assembled citizens of this other terrorist town held their hands up to the heavens and made little heart shapes (the latest cuck symbol for “terrorist compliant” populations). As for the terrorist, one wonders if he looked down from his honoured place as a martyr in Muslim Heaven or not. I mean it must be quite frantic up there with 72 virgins on the go.

Thursday, 23 March 2017

THE LONDON TERROR ATTACK: A PHOTO ESSAY

72 virgins later.


A picture is worth a thousand words, so, with another "vibrant, multicultural" capital of the West reduced to a war zone, here are some images from the latest terrorist attack in London with a few pithy comments. Remember, any irony, cynicism, or sarcasm expressed here is entirely the fault of the UK's "thought crime" laws and the Orwellian tendencies of the main social media and internet companies.

MUSLIM IMMIGRATION AND THE "POZ" PARADOX

The now-infamous pictorial signifier of one London lady's indifference to Muslim terrorism.

Twenty years ago, European culture in general, and Dutch culture specifically, was a source of great concern to the minds of many on the American Right. Holland in particular appeared to be a bellwether for a whole host of baleful trends, from secularization to the breakup of the family to full-on sexual permissiveness, which by then had extended to widespread acceptance of nearly every species of human sexual deviancy.

The acceptance of abortion “rights” had gone patently unchallenged for so long that by the late 1990s a child born in the Netherlands could even be terminated outside of the womb in many circumstances; moreover, legally-sanctioned euthanasia of supposed “life unworthy of life” had made a disturbing reappearance in the West for the first time since the surrender of Nazi Germany. Moreover, people all across the continent were starting to get fined or even thrown in jail for expressing politically incorrect opinions under so-called “hate speech” laws.

Wednesday, 22 March 2017

THE GATE KEEPERS ATTEMPT TO RETURN

The establishment is keen to demonetise
truth tellers and unfiltered satire.


The internet has been a truly liberating phenomenon for many people, not least the "thought criminals" and "heretics" of the Alt-Right. The freedom of expression that it has fostered has also been hard for the old mainstream media companies, which have struggled to maintain profitability, with some of them having to transform themselves into click bait sites, but extremely tame ones in case they offend their shrinking pool of advertisers.

In addition to the old, dying media, there are others who would dearly love to re-close what they see as the "Pandora's box" of free expression and the market place of ideas that the internet has birthed. These include Western governments, the establishment, the Deep State, and the SPLC, in fact all those who were shaken by Donald Trump's meme-powered march to the White House. But how to do it?

Tuesday, 21 March 2017

STABBED IN THE FRONT: OPERATION MICHAEL, THE ULTIMATE PYRRHIC VICTORY

Stormtroopers

99 years ago today the most important event of the 20th century took place, the launch of the last great German offensive in World War One. WWII was merely a post-script to what happened on that day. 

By early 1918, the Germans were in a tight spot. Although Russia had been knocked out of the War by the Bolshevik Revolution and the agreement of Brest-Litovsk, which had ceded enormous territories, the Germans and their Allies were suffering the effects of the prolonged British naval blockade and deep discontent on the home front, with war weariness and strikes breaking out. Also, they were facing the prospect of millions of fresh American troops arriving in the months ahead.

NAMELESS PODCAST: THE META-DEMONS OF #PIZZAGATE


In his latest "Nameless" Podcast, Andy Nowicki discusses staring into the abyss of unfathomable evil that is #pizzagate, and how the abyss stares back.

Monday, 20 March 2017

BOOK REVIEW: "THE TRAIL OF THE VIKING FINGER"

The Trail of the Viking Finger
John Bean, Troubador Publishing
228 Pages

Reviewed by Colin Liddell

I was amazed when John Bean, the veteran British nationalist, came out with an excellent novel a couple of years ago at the grand old age of 87. This even put Grandma Moses in the shade for late starts, and was a sign of hope to all those of us who continually defer our dreams. I was even more amazed that the novel, Blood in the Square, based on Bean’s own experiences in British nationalism in the 1960s, read so well.

Rather than a novice, Bean was clearly an accomplished fiction writer and had little to learn. I remember entertaining the hope that there would be a few follow ups — and now, at an even grander age, there is! But rather than retread the familiar subject matter from the first novel — the multifaceted world of British nationalism — Bean has had a rush of ambition and attempted something not only radically new but also sweeping in its scope.

This is the historical novel, The Trail of the Viking Finger, which stands as a testament to the indigenous British people and stretches across ten centuries, from the immediate aftermath of the battles of Stamford Bridge and Hastings in 1066, and the dawning of the Norman epoch, to the early twentieth century, where the novel seems to end a little abruptly.

Sunday, 19 March 2017

FILM REVIEW: DARK CITY (THE DIRECTOR'S CUT): "SHUT IT DOWN!"

The Strangers

by Dave Yorkshire
Spoiler alert: Do not read this review before watching the film, even though I have tried to keep the biggest plot twist out of the review.
For the past twenty years, there have been very few great films. What do I mean by great film? I mean any film that has that ability to transport its audience seamlessly into the internal logic of its secondary world of hyperreality, while simultaneously demanding of its audience fundamental questions about existence. In this, it will blend drama with philosophy, scenery with art, dialogue with music. This requires a great scriptwriter, great actors, a great crew and a great director to bring them all together. Metropolis has it; Gone with the Wind has it; Night of the Hunter has it; The Good, the Bad and the Ugly has it; so too does the 1998 Alex Proyas film Dark City. Why then have so few people heard of Dark City?

Saturday, 18 March 2017

PSY-WAR ON THE BOERS: A HATE-BLAST FROM THE PAST


In the context of present-day post-Apartheid, ANC-ruled South Africa, where life for the white minority is increasingly marred by the reality of near genocide-level violence and even the president enthusiastically dances and lustily sings of "killing the Boer," it is instructive to view this baleful turn of events in proper historical context.