Caterpillars are racist. Fact. When a caterpillar is fully grown, its body is packed with tasty nutrients. But the caterpillar doesn’t want to share those nutrients with other insects, no matter how needy they are. This is ignorant and irrational xenophobia. Science teaches us that all insects have a common ancestor and are essentially the […]
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The late, great Larry Auster did it in three words. He captured the essence of a complex socio-political phenomenon and told us exactly how we should behave towards that phenomenon. Yes, he did all that when he wrote these three words: “Islam is evil.” It’s an accurate description of Islam and an acute prescription of […]
“Thou shalt not recognize patterns.” It’s one of the core commandments of modern leftism. But that’s only the short version. In full, the commandment runs: “Thou shalt not recognize patterns — except when they’re not there.” For example, you’ll be severely punished if you recognize any genuine pattern involving misbehavior by a favored minority like […]
The Biblical scholar John Allegro (1923–88) once argued that Jesus Christ was a magic mushroom. His theory was utter nonsense, of course. It’s obvious that Jesus was in fact a horse. After all, he was born in a stable. His supposed Greek title, ὁ Υἱὸς τοῦ Θεοῦ, ho Huios tou Theou, “The Son of God,” […]
One golden day in late June 2022 I was walking my Saluki Zenobia by a canal near the great English city of Birmingham. Birds were singing, dragonflies were zooming, meadowsweet was richly scenting the air. I passed a moored canal-boat, freshly painted and gleaming in the sun. On its side, in elegant white script, ran […]
What’s the connection between cakes and leftism? Until last week, I would have found it impossible to give a good answer to that question. Then I picked up a new book by the British mathematician Ian Stewart (born 1945) and read the following: The classic example [of fair division], from which everything else flows, is […]
Queen Elizabeth II is dead. When I heard the news, I didn’t join the laments of the leftist media or wish a long and happy reign to her successor. No, I thought about a sharp contrast between her final days and the final days of many of her most loyal and loving subjects. The Queen […]