Category Archives: White Pathology/Guilt

What to read? (Part 6): A White Character Survey; Envy in Literature and Politics (Part 2)

Carlo Saraceni (“The Fall of Icarus”) 1606, oil Physical blindness and the verdict of ignorance, meted out to envious politicians in Dante’s epic poem, can often be bliss.  Eyelessness can have advantages, as demonstrated by the blind, poor, uneducated, self-effacing, albeit very intelligent seer, Tiresias, who is brought to the court of King Oedipus, only […]

The tarnished halo of “Saint Bob” Geldof

In 2013 Bob Geldof was awarded the Freedom of the City of London for his outstanding contribution to international social justice and peace. Strangely there was no mention of his services as a corporate mouthpiece for the financial services industry, which is an odd omission. For at the time Geldof was in the throes of […]

The Real Ernest Hemingway

Editor’s note: This is the first few paragraphs of an article from Instauration, February, 1979. It is a fascinating portrait of an elite American shortly before the Fall — extreme cowardice on race and Jewish issues combined with a veneer of hyper-masculinity. Even in the 1930s he had withdrawn from the real battles: At that time, the milieu […]

The selective compassion of Jo Cox

Jo Cox wanted to make the world a better place and it was a cause for which she was willing to travel halfway across the globe. Whether consoling rape victims in Darfur or bombed out villagers in Afghanistan, it seemed the jet-setting international aid worker was rarely far from the action. Lately it had been […]

On Herder, Human Nature, and the Antifa

Portrait of a loser antifa: “He that has lost his patriotic spirit has lost himself and the whole world about himself.” — Johann Gottfried von Herder, Essay on the Origin of Language, 1772.  In his Essay on the Origin of Language, the German philosopher Johann Gottfried von Herder (1744–1803) undertook a marked departure from earlier ruminations on human […]

Mother Merkel’s Miracle: A Wonder-Working Woman Turns Cologne into Cairo

When was it first apparent that Angela Merkel’s open-border policies might lead to problems for Germany? About 2000 years ago: Caelum non animum mutant qui trans mare currunt. “They change their sky, not their souls, who cross the sea.” That’s the Roman poet Horace, who died in 8 BC. Germany was once famous for classical […]

Report from Sweden: Under siege — from media propaganda on migration

The propaganda here is so extreme right now that I have never seen anything like it before, and in Sweden that says a lot. It started just a couple days after a poll where the Sweden Democrats (SD) got so much support that the front page of Metro, our most read newspaper blared “Now the Sweden Democrats […]