Entries by Tobias Langdon

Minority-Worshipping Madness: Our New Monuments will be to Blacks and Jews

As sites like the Occidental Observer, VDARE and American Renaissance constantly describe, minority-worship is “madness-inducing.” Minority-worship inverts reality, morality and logic, insisting that Whites abase themselves and trash their societies in a vain attempt to appease the ever-growing rancour, resentment and envy of their racial enemies. All-suffering saintliness Blacks, for example, are invariably the most […]

Vampires vs Crosses: Why Jews and Leftists Hate White Men, Christianity and Western Civilization

“The most merciful thing in the world,” said H.P. Lovecraft, “is the inability of the human mind to correlate all its contents.” But what’s the most risible thing in the world? That’s the inability of the Guardian to correlate all its contents. Here, for example, the Guardian exposes the racist stereotyping of “black, Asian and […]

Black Brains Shatter: The Intellectual and Ethical Bankruptcy of Black Lives Matter

If you’re looking for a truly powerful pleasure-drug, then forget heroin, cocaine or crystal meth. They’re crude, fast-fading and unreliable. No, for a real rush that’s guaranteed not to fade or falter, you need what Black Lives Matter (BLM) and their allies are on — the three most powerful pleasure-drugs known to humanity. History’s greatest […]

A psicologia social é merda antibranca

Para mim, a coisa mais assustadora no 1984, de George Orwell, não é aquele grupo de “homens de uniforme preto” que impiedosamente espanca Winston Smith num recinto do Ministério do Amor, usando os “pulsos”, “cacetetes”, “barras de metal” e “botas de ferradura”. Tampouco é a máquina silenciosa que o inquisidor O’Brien usa para fazer Winston […]

When Minorities Are Mighty: How Tiny Genetic Differences Can Have Huge Cultural Consequences

Which single invention has contributed most to our understanding of reality? Appropriately enough, it’s easy to overlook one of the best candidates: the microscope. It revealed whole new worlds existing not merely under our eyes, but actually within our eyes and every other organ of the body. The microscope taught humanity that the minute can […]