utopian political idealism

Utopian political idealism, or why the West’s gone mad

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I have fond memories of the Cold War. Probably because it coincided with my childhood.

I remember seeing engorged commie missiles trundling across Red Square on our tiny TV in the corner of the living room on the nightly news, ready to disperse their toxic payload of death on our cities. I remember reading and seeing constant reminders in the media that we were free and they were not, and because of that we were good and they were evil. I remember seeing Reagan and Gorbachev having meetings as the whole thing thawed, and then the sense of a new era dawning as the Berlin Wall came down and The Hoff did a concert for all his suddenly former commie fans.… Read the rest

Utopian political idealism & the ideological subversion of the West

Melbourne’s smelly anti-white hordes were out in force like the zombie army they are on Australia Day. Attendance was down though. I guess snowflakes don’t like heatwaves.

It makes me angry to see such deluded ingrates identifying with a group they have nothing in common with to attack the group they largely belong to and which provided them with a life beyond the wildest dreams of their ancestors. It probably does you, too, if you’re not a puny manlet.

We’re all getting so, so angry.

Even Kerri-Anne Kennerley, a person with whom I never thought I would have something in common, is getting fired up.… Read the rest