Totalitarianism

Big Sister’s banhammer will radicalise us all

The Proud Boys thought they could avoid the Great Shutting Down by using their Asian girlfriends as human shields.

Think again, boyim.

It’s not just the Proud Boys, of course. There are Twitter accounts, personal Facebook accounts and YouTube channels dropping faster than lice in a Polish crematorium. Anyone to the right of Trotsky is a target.

Vincent James O’Connor, creator of the Red Elephants news site and YouTube channel, has had his Twitter account taken down. Ryan Dawson, anti-Zionist truther, has had his Vimeo shut down. Years worth of documentaries and news updates disappeared, with no reason given.

gab.ai, the digital ghetto so many of us had been railroaded into after being thrown off Facebook and Twitter in earlier purges, has been taken down by its service provider.… Read the rest

The IPCC: Weaponising weather for one-world government

Remember when you were in primary school, and you dropped stuff off balconies and the bag racks, and the teacher told you about the theory of gravity.

Or in high school, when you saw pictures that started with little sloth creatures and ended with a white man, and the teacher was like, “This is the theory of evolution”.

Remember how in science, all knowledge is tentative, and is expressed in terms of hypotheses and theories?

I do. And this is something that has bothered me for a long time.

If global warming is science, why don’t they call it a theory?… Read the rest

ABC: East Germany was ‘kinder and friendlier’ than the West

Every day, after I wake up in our huge (albeit rented) house, make a delicious coffee, prepare a tasty breakfast, browse the news on my phone and kiss my wife goodbye knowing I’ll see her again tonight, I wish I’d been born in East Germany.

East Germany

Ah, the romance of deprivation. The excitement of imminent arrest and indefinite imprisonment. Guessing who’s an informant, who’s a traitor. Seeing our kids indoctrinated with Bolshevism, and fearing they’ll turn in their Christian parents. The cold, the hunger, the hopelessness. And we missed it all.

We’ve had the misfortune to have been born in, or increasingly to have immigrated to, boring, safe, rich Australia.… Read the rest

The ugg and jackboot

“I can’t wear my ugg boots around my friends, they really have a go at me” She seemed viscerally afraid of these friends. We were waiting together after she had finished training in some kind of Woo healing. I’d met her a couple of times, a troubled girl in an om shirt.

“Let me guess, your friends are vegan?”

A nod.

“That seems a little Judgemental and PuritanicalChurchLady of them.”  

vegan definition

When talking to progressives and new agers, using the J word or any reference to Christianity when describing their own attitudes is a bomb. Freaks ’em out. They stiffen and splutter.Read the rest

1989 UN report: ‘By 2000, coastal cities will be underwater’

I can remember having a bout of anxiety and insomnia for a couple weeks back in 1987. I was eight.

I was very worried about AIDS and the hole in the ozone layer.

I finally talked to someone about it, and the worries faded. But they never went away.

Until I learned that AIDS is basically a gay disease and the ozone layer’s bloody fine.

Now, when I think about it, I get angry. Somewhere, back in the 70’s and 80’s, a bunch of social engineers decided it would good for lulz to freak people out by telling them they’re all gonna die.… Read the rest

The synagogue of Satan

This post is a transcript of the video by the same name.

Judaism Satanism

Many people will be enraged at the argument I’m making in this video and will accuse me of mindless hatred of the bleeps. I have to call them bleeps, because Google has teamed up with the ADL to develop an AI which identifies keywords such as ‘bleep’ and censors content they don’t like. That should tell you something. This video will no doubt get me accused of ‘anti-Semitism’, as though I’m motivated by some irrational Freudian hatred of a successful group because I’m too lazy to clean my room.… Read the rest

The Problem Of Democratic Sovereignty

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This is the second in a series looking at sovereignty and political legitimacy in Western countries today. The first piece explored the problem of democratic legitimacy under socialism.

The mood among the establishment media has shifted noticeably since the French election. Gone is the post-Trump melancholia. Lovers of the globalist status quo seem to have convinced themselves that Brexit and Trump were just anomalies, and that the new world disorder of open borders, cultural Marxism against whites and unfettered corporate neoliberalism is back on track.

They’re wrong. Macron is a puppet of the globalists, sure, yet the establishment parties which have ruled France for decades were roundly rejected.… Read the rest

No Representation Without Taxation

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There is an anecdote in Augustine’s great work ‘City of God’ of a conversation between Alexander the Great and a famous pirate named Diomedes. It was written 700 years after the events were supposed to have taken place, by a man living in North Africa under the Roman Empire just before the lights of civilisation went out permanently there.

In the exchange, Alexander asks Diomedes why he plagues the seas. The pirate contemptuously responds, ‘The same reason as you do the world, but while I operate with one boat, I am called a robber; but since you have a great fleet, you are called emperor.’

This exchange goes to the heart of what makes governments legitimate.… Read the rest

Academics: Smug High Priests Of The Establishment

The establishment media are scrambling these days. Not only are they floundering financially as the internet destroys their business model, they are also losing their century-long control over the narratives that people use to interpret the world. This is the true power of media – to frame the perceptions that the people of a nation use to determine reality. It is the power to direct the herd, to write the history of the future beforehand and determine the boundaries of the Overton Window of socially acceptable speech, and therefore thought.

In democratic political systems, this might be the greatest power of all.… Read the rest