Monthly Archives: September 2011

Negro Logic

I swear I’m going to do a post about Wisconsin one of these days, to remind everybody it’s really not about the blacks, but stuff just keeps coming up. In an escalation of black mob attacks, a black mob actually … Continue reading

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Robert Lindsay Predicts A Latin American Future

Robert Lindsay predicts that the US will come to resemble Latin America, which is to say a highly polarized society with an oligarchical elite controlling an unstable and explosive disenfranchised majority, with a small middle class. I can’t remember anybody … Continue reading

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“Postjudiced”, A Brilliant New Coinage by Jim Goad

I wrote Jim Goad once when he was in prison. I told him I wrote him because I remembered how much getting letters meant to me when I was in the Marines and I figured prison was like that. He … Continue reading

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Protestantism and the Public Moral Space

Hunter Wallace, musing over Southern civilization, says “we see ourselves as moral reformers like Luther, Calvin, and Zwingli.” I hate to burst his bubble but I’m afraid these guys are the root of the whole problem. To Protestant Americans, the … Continue reading

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I Remember- The Dawn of Black Run America

Paul Kersey and Hunter Wallace seem to be in their 20’s, and for them “BRA” has¬†always been there. For people maybe, 35 or under rap has always been the music of youth, and sports stars have always been mostly black. … Continue reading

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Peak Negro? Or; Bitches, Please

First, I have to admit that the black man as source of entertainment, if not actually entertainer, extends to me, and other conservatives, reactionaries and race realists. Horrified fascination is a kind of morbid entertainment. All the same I see … Continue reading

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Pacifist Christianity and the Problem of Evil

A commenter at OneSTDV brought up this old news story about sexual abuse in the Amish community. The sexual abuse scandals of the Catholic Church are well-known, but this story never got around much. But the situation was¬†almost the same. … Continue reading

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