Daily Archives: September 20, 2017

NYT: “Undercover With the Alt-Right”

For a year, an effeminate Leftist using an assumed identity infiltrated various Alt-Right events and informal get-togethers. He has just put together a rather banal (at least from the excerpts) ‘documentary’ comprised of his undercover footage. Naturally, the NYT wants … Continue reading

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Compliment Towards a Blazer

An actual Amazon comment/review for a men’s blazer: “This jacket looks much more expensive than it is. I wore it to work and received a compliment from my gay coworker. I don’t like to stereotype, but he has good fashion … Continue reading

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The Online Relevance of René Girard

In The Weekly Standard, Joseph Bottum, professor of cyber-ethics at Dakota State University, writes a cuck piece on the Great Statue Removal Frenzy, but in this passage astutely discusses the contemporary relevance of René Girard (“The Joy of Destruction”): In … Continue reading

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