Despite what The Propaganda portrays, the 60’s weren’t the 60’s. The image we have imbibed from the popular culture is taken from Woodstock or Haight-Ashbury – pompous libertine boomers who dressed like pantomime extras, struggled with concepts such as property rights and plotted how to steal their children’s wealth through debt expansion. That image is almost entirely wrong (except maybe about the debt expansion). It wasn’t really until well into the 70’s that the 60’s went mainstream. If you were sitting in a diner in a North American city in 1962, you would have had no inkling what was coming. There were rumblings, especially among the blacks.… Read the rest
Modern man has many delusions, some more pernicious than others. Surely one of the foggiest and most dangerous beliefs that pertain in our wretched age is that foundational doctrine of liberalism: that men have rights.
This dogmatic belief is so widely held and so rarely noticed that its consequences are invisible to most. They are everywhere, though. We see it in the entitled mentality of aggrieved minorities, who demand that statues of old ‘racists’ be removed from universities. The noisy brownish brats clamouring for such historical revisionism would be shocked, shocked at the charge that they are just asserting another form of ethnic supremacy.… Read the rest
If you asked a typical 21st century serf what they think culture is, they’ll probably say something about the characteristics that make up a people (not so succinctly and with fewer syllables, and they might need to Google. But that will be the gist). If a crowd of proles overheard, they would probably agree, while maybe adding something about spicy food.
They’re wrong. Culture is not identity. It is not cuisine, language, fashion or which side of the road you drive on. It has much more to do with whether you have roads at all.
Our word culture comes (circuitously, as always) from the Latin cultura meaning cultivation or agriculture.… Read the rest