Author Archives: Michael Colhaze

Thilo Sarrazin: An Unlikely Champion

Germans have to abandon the Illusion that Germany belongs to the Germans Çigdem Akkaya Something is brewing in Europe. And even though it does so under a deceptively calm surface, the bubbling and hissing can be heard by anyone who has recognized the officially enforced credo for what it is: a destructive scheme that gives […]

Grand Chess and Great Flops in Ukraine

Materialists and madmen never have doubts G. K. Chesterton If you wonder how the above birds could fit into the heading of this piece and I told you it’s because of Global Strategies as I understand them, you might even go so far and lift an eyebrow in consternation. Thus permit me to commence with […]

Boozing with Ben

Satire, n. (Rom. ant.) use of ridicule, irony, sarcasm, etc. in speech or writing for the ostensible purpose of exposing & discouraging vice or folly. The Concise Oxford Dictionary  A solid groundwork is the secure basis for a stable foundation. Ben Shalom Bernanke To be truthful, I’d never thought myself capable to pull off anything […]

Barbarous Beyond Belief

Editor’s note: A recurring theme at TOO is the media and government coverup of crime by non-Whites against Whites (see, e.g., Tobias Langdon on crime in the U.K.). This is happening throughout the Western world. In the U.S., attacks by Blacks against Whites that are obviously motivated by racial hatred disappear from the media quickly or […]

How to smoke out an Anti-Semite

The Essayist in a precarious Situation                                                              In my early twenties, while roaming through Europe by way of hitchhiking, I hung out for a few days in one of Rome’s many youth hostels. As the usual cheap Chianti evening soiree got into full swing, a Jewish gentleman of Eastern provenance approached me and asked for a […]

A New Set of Heroes

I think Children want to believe that they can be Heroes too. Eleonore Caron It took them some time to materialize, and the old guard among us feared at times that they wouldn’t show up at all anymore. But lo and behold, slowly they began to appear. Not that many, it is true, yet of […]

When Heidi went to Heaven

  Satire, n. (Rom. ant.) Use of ridicule, irony, sarcasm, etc. in speech or writing for the ostensible purpose of exposing & discouraging vice or folly.                 The Concise Oxford Dictionary Note: This is a slightly revised version of the satirical little piece that appeared about a month ago in TOO. Which effected a few delighted […]

When Heidi went to Heaven

Ugliness without Tact is horrible! Nathaniel Hawthorne Editor’s Note: And though it’s nonsense, it has method. Michael is, as far as I know, one of  the few contemporary essayists with a penchant for traditional Satire. Or, as he calls it, pulling our foes with their noses through the mud. What follows is an example.  This […]

Notes from Distant Battlegrounds

  The historical mission of our time is to arrange a new culture of humanity, one that will replace the previous ruling system. This reorganization consists of two essentials: the destruction of the old order and the building of the new. To begin with, all physical border posts, ethical barriers and social definitions of the […]

Flight of the Dragon

Editors’s Note: Michael Colhaze’s articles reminds us once again that the Spanish Civil War represents one possible scenario of the future. Previously on TOO, Jonas De Geer recounted this “successful nationalist revolution,” noting that the standard narrative has long been that of a military coup against a democratic government and the noble Spanish people, supported by foreign idealists, heroically fighting […]

When Tyrants rule…

Abandon all Hope… Ye who enter Here! Divina Comedia The Gates of Hell Every upright man will voluntarily obey the call to arms if powerful foes are amassing under the walls of his native city and prepare to storm the gateways. Because it is easy to imagine what must come to pass if he refuses […]

All that is good and beautiful

A new Order is arising! We will drive the Machine of War with the sword and the spear and the iron fist of the Orc! Saruman                                                           […]

The One Hundred Fifty Million Dollar Sock (Part 2)

 Solemn DoSS Inauguration in New York’s fabled  MoMA I have learned the worst lesson that life can teach – that it makes no sense. Philip Roth The shyster’s name was Bernie Goldshtick, and he resided in an opulent office overlooking Central Park. Big in REPHAM (Reparations for mentally disturbed Third Degree Cousins of H. Victims […]

The One Hundred Fifty Million Dollar Sock (Part 1)

Portnoy in Middle Age  (Lucien Freud) Editor’s Note: And though it’s nonsense, it has method. Michael is, as far as I know, one of  the few contemporary essayists with a penchant for traditional Satire. Or, as he calls it, pulling our foes with their noses through the mud. What follows is an example.      […]

Prowling the Moral High Ground

If I wasn’t hard, I wouldn’t be alive. If I couldn’t ever be gentle, I wouldn’t deserve to be alive.                                                                        […]

Alberich’s Revenge

Barbarians who seem to lack any access to Beauty’s divine joy, and therefore hate it, and thus try to destroy what they can’t have. MC  The Fifth Column  Let’s assume, just for the fun of it, that they blindfold you, help you up the wide stairs of the San Francisco Opera and lower you carefully […]

Werner Karl Heisenberg: Absolution vs. Damnation, Part 2

God has entrusted me with myself     Epictetus (AD 55 – 135) At the tender age of twenty-two Werner Heisenberg received an invitation to the mediaeval town of Göttingen and its internationally renowned University, there to follow a discourse of one of the era’s most respected scientists. Who intended, as the awed audience had […]

Werner Karl Heisenberg: Absolution vs. Damnation, Part 1

Never undertake a venture for which your heart does not dare to ask God’s blessing.     Georg Christoph Lichtenberg (1742 – 1799)  Aphorisms On occasion it may come to pass, accidentally or decreed by Destiny, that one man alone must decide upon a course of action whose consequences are so vast that they divert the […]

Silvio’s Gamble

“I’m a man of honour, a truthful person, a gentleman of absolute morality.” (Silvio Berlusconi, quoted in La Repubblica, July 13, 2003) The above statement must be taken with a grain of salt, of course. You don’t become a billionaire and owner of a vast media empire by trying to be everyone’s sweetheart. Yet it doesn’t […]

Protest Farce

The Passion for Destruction is also a creative Passion.     Mikhail Alexandrovich Bakunin (1814 – 1876) The last decade has spawned a number of revolutions that were anything but that. Some passed by unnoticed, like the Cedar Revolution in Lebanon (2004) or Tulip Revolution in Kirgisiya (2005). Others effected a bit of noise before […]

Age of the Psychopaths

The very same corporate psychopaths who caused the crisis by their greed and avarice, are now advising governments on how to get out of it.                                         Clive R. Boddy     When in my early teens, someone gave me a chessboard with pieces and someone else taught me the basic moves. After believing to have mastered […]

The Proud and Lonely Road

An Eagle soars alone, a Crow prefers the Flock Friedrich Rückert (1788 – 1866) If measured with a Christian yardstick, Pride isn’t a virtue but an affliction. It persuades people to despise lesser folks. It is strictly egoistic. It usually augurs a cold, cold heart. And it is a serious obstacle on the way to […]

Green Mould

The Greens are like Tomatoes: First green, then red. Franz Josef Strauss (1915 – 1988 ) Bavarian Prime minister and Germany’s last Politician with a Backbone The old city of Hamburg is nomenclator to the world’s most widely known junk food item, though nobody knows for sure how it came to this dubious honour. Particularly […]

Of Russian Gangstas, Global Mobsters and Undersized Suckers

Recently a London acquaintance sent me the link to a piece in Takimag. Putin: KGB Gang$ta for Life. And wow! I thought. What a marvellously meaningful heading! Particularly the US Dollar in Gangsta is so amazingly original, elegantly emphasized by a subdued touch of irony since Mr. Putin would most likely prefer Russian roubles as […]

Romantic Commitments, Part 3

He which has no stomach to this fight Let him depart, his passport shall be made And crowns for convoy put into his purse. We would not die in that man’s company That fears his fellowship, to die with us… Shakespeare Henry V The Magnificent Millennium came to an abrupt end when Duchamp’s Pissoir was […]

Romantic Commitments, Part 2

Tonight the winds begin to rise And roar from yonder dropping day The rooks are blown out of the skies The last red leaf is whirl’d away. Alfred, Lord Tennyson (1809 – 1892) Ah, the rooks! The red leaves too! And the rising winds… But I mustn’t fall over my own feet to get where […]

Romantic Commitments, Part 1

Thou art my life, my love, my heart The very eyes of me And hast command of every part To live and die for Thee. His Queen who may Command him Anything Robert Herrick (1591 – 1674) Imagine you had an Ideal! A vision of allegiance, an indissoluble covenant, and with it the profound satisfaction […]

WikiLeaks Leaks

… when you have eliminated the impossible, that which remains, however improbable, must be the truth. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle It might not come as a surprise if I tell you that this Journal, due perhaps to its growing importance as an outspoken defender of our great Christian European culture, and particularly with regard to […]

The Milan Dome

There is much earnest talk about saving the great Christian-European culture from destruction and extinction. Many facts are brought to our attention, some indeed frightening, and all ask for urgent consideration. Yet there is one that seems to me of particular importance. Namely our care for the future pallbearers of our great Western civilization. Because […]

In Defence of the Defenders (Part 2)

PECUNIA NERVUS BELLORUM Roman Proverb As the years went by and turned into decades, my perception sharpened and my illusions diminished accordingly. I became a silent but keen observer of present and past historical events, the difference between their official interpretation and, if one looked long enough, their objective and provable truth. Which were more […]

In Defence of the Defenders (Part 1)

Wanderer, if you come to Sparta, tell them that you saw us lying here, just as the law had ordered it. Simonides of Cheos (556 – 468 BC) Whenever I read these lines, my throat constricts and I have to swallow hard. Seen out of context, it’s just a few words without any meaning. But […]

Letter from Camp Croc

Goyim were born only to serve us. Without that, they have no place in the world — only to serve the People of Israel. Why are gentiles needed? They will work, they will plough, they will reap. We will sit like an Effendi and eat. That is why gentiles were created! Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, head […]

To Feel, Or Not to Feel

Love the animals! God has given them the rudiments of thought, and joy untroubled. Don’t trouble it, don’t harass them, don’t deprive them of their happiness. Don’t work against God’s intent! Fyodor Dostoyewsky The Brothers Karamasov As to the Origin of Man, there abound a surprisingly large number of ideas, conclusions, convictions, doctrines or inklings, […]

Lords of the Ring

One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them, One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie. JRR Tolkien Many moons ago and for a few years only, I wore my locks long and sported colourful garb and roamed the […]

Spirit vs. Profit

The day when a sportsman lets considerations of vanity or interest take over, on this day his ideal will die. Pierre de Coubertin, Founder of  Modern Olympics We Germans are known to be weird but good car makers, which is the reason why it shouldn’t come as a surprise when I tell you that we own […]

Of Eggs and Zeros

Editor’s note: Anyone who has read Michael’s “The Abominable Snowman” knows that he can distort matters into a bit of ridicule. The following piece seems at first glance somewhat far-fetched, but is in fact a discourse on our great humanist inheritance and the cold-hearted tyranny of Mammon pitted against it. Whereby he comes to the conclusion that the latter might have overstretched […]

To be a German (Part 3)

Albrecht Duerer Knight, Death & Devil Etching AD 1513 Every Jew, somewhere in his being, should set apart a zone of hate — healthy virile hate — for what the German personifies and for what persists in the German. Elie Wiesel, Nobel Prize winner and “chief witness” to the Holocaust And the Truth will see the Light of Day […]

To be a German (Part 2)

Every Jew, somewhere in his being, should set apart a zone of hate — healthy virile hate — for what the German personifies and for what persists in the German. Elie Wiesel, Nobel Prize winner and “chief witness” to the Holocaust Those who sow wind will harvest a Tempest. Hosea 8,7 It did not take long and […]

To be a German (Part 1)

Every Jew, somewhere in his being, should set apart a zone of hate — healthy virile hate — for what the German personifies and for what persists in the German. Elie Wiesel, Nobel Prize winner and “chief witness” to the Holocaust Those who sow wind will harvest a Tempest. Hosea 8,7 To be a German is not […]

Beyond the Alamo: A Christian View on Immigration

When small men cast long shadows, the sun will settle soon. Proverb And then there was that dear old lass Who loved to shelter cats en mass. She took in one, she took in two And welcomed many others too. But on the day they buried her It was a rather sad affair There was […]

The Abominable Snowman

Editor’s note: Being terminally gullible or perhaps having witnessed too many events where indeed truth is stranger than fiction, I wondered what about this story was true and what not. It is a satire — based on a recent Mossad operation that went awry. And though it is a satire, and hilariously exaggerated, many of the underlying […]

Nietzsche and No End

O my dear soul, I am teaching you contempt, the one that doesn’t come along like a gnawing worm, but the great and loving Spite, the one that loves most when it despises most. Zarathustra: The Great Yearning The Forces of Light, bound by divine obligation, must offer battle to the Hosts of Darkness until they […]

The Fifth Column

How must it feel to pimp for a slovenly whore, doped and ravaged and destroyed by her abductors, who was once the happiest, most innocent, most beautiful girl in town? He is Baselitz, a name tuberose, not only acoustically, with dirty connotations. He is Germany’s foremost Modern artist. He is one of those who accepted the […]