Monthly Archives: April 2018

On Michael Brendan Dougherty’s “The Church of Grievance”

In “The Church of Grievance”, Michael Brendan Dougherty distills the sense of transcendence that SJWs long for: But something is changing in victim politics. It is no longer an emotive call for political reform, or restitution for wrongs done. The … Continue reading

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Dreher Getting Closer to the Fire

Like the inexorable push towards mortality, Rod Dreher’s red-pilling inches forward: The point is to say that the myths that held us together — a common religion, a common history — are badly frayed, and it’s doubtful that they can hold … Continue reading

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King Lear 2018

A black actress is cast as Henry V, so naturally the NYT is ecstatic: Mr. O’Hara’s most obvious intervention is the casting of the engaging Zenzi Williams, an African-American actress, as Henry, a canny move that makes us ask some … Continue reading

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Turkey Club

Welcome to the club, Turkey: Yusuf Kaplan, a columnist for the pro-government daily Yeni Safak, said deism was spreading among the children of conservative families, while the children of more secular families were going for the more radical edge: atheism. … Continue reading

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Starbucks Incident = How Tenuous Safe Spaces Can Be

The LA Times prints a black op-ed about the StarbucKKKs incident, which is apparently right up there with the Rosa Parks incident: “I admit, I have been lulled into believing that Starbucks is a safe space, too. I’ve camped out … Continue reading

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NYT Wants Fewers Johns & Roberts, More Liams & Noahs

The NYT has a strange concern over the name “John” which they deploy in the most bizarre of comparison metrics: Fewer Republican senators are women than men named John — despite the fact that Johns represent 3.3 percent of the … Continue reading

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NYT: Hindus Don’t Like Muslims (& Vice-Versa)

Only in the suicidal mind of the white Western progressive is there the close and realizable dream of perfect egalitarianism and racial blindness. Everywhere else in the world, ethnicity and tribal loyalties trump all else. From today’s NYT is a … Continue reading

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Bret Stephens & The Immortal, Unyielding,1933 Meme

To Bret Stephens & his ilk, it’s always 1933. And it is never Muslim immigrants behind the rise of anti-Semitism in Germany: “There were nearly 1,000 reported anti-Semitic incidents in Berlin alone last year. A neo-fascist party, Alternative for Germany, … Continue reading

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New Yorker: “How American Racism Influenced Hitler”

Of course. It won’t stop until every single white person in America is silenced, displaced, or bred out of existence. We must never forget: Every white baby is a potential Hitler. In The New Yorker, Alex Ross writes on “How … Continue reading

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Salon: ‘Hate Clothing’ is Gateway to Far-Right Extremism

There are so many possible fronts in the PC war against whiteness. Salon now warns us that ‘hate clothing’ is a gateway to far-right extremism through an article titled “The rise of fascist fashion: Clothing helps the far right sell … Continue reading

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