Entries by Tobias Langdon

Power to the Perverts!: Cultural Marxism, Jonathan Yaniv and the Lunacies of Transgenderism

In the cult of minority worship, the British feminist Linda Bellos (born 1950) is the highest of high priestesses, an intersectional ipsissima who stands at the top of the victimhood hierarchy. She’s a Black-Jewish lesbian who has spent many years celebrating diversity, immigration and multiculturalism, opposing racism, sexism and homophobia, battling to overthrow patriarchy, capitalism […]

Justice for Jussie: Hate-Hoaxes and the Ideological Sickness of the Modern West

If you want to understand the hate-hoax perpetrated by the gay “Black-Jewish actor” Jussie Smollett one freezing Chicago night in late January 2019, it helps to go back to a book published twelve years before and thousands of miles away in Britain: Multiculturalism promotes segregation, stifles free speech and threatens liberal democracy, Britain’s top Jewish […]

The Value of Victimhood: Liverpool, Labour and Lucky Luciana Berger

The English port of Liverpool is famous for three things: soccer, music and violence. Historically it falls within the boundaries of Lancashire, but culturally it has never fitted there. It’s always been too self-assertive and idiosyncratic, so much its own place that its inhabitants go by two names. Formally, they’re Liverpudlians; informally, they’re Scousers. Militant […]

Holy Minority Day: Holocaustianity, Hysteria and the Hotel of Hate

It’s Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) as I write, so here’s an interesting question: Did you hear about the hate-criminal who was caught urinating on a monument at Auschwitz? Probably you didn’t, because the story wasn’t suitable for anti-White, anti-European, anti-Christian propaganda. Quite the opposite. The hate-criminal in question was Jewish, a “19-year-old Israeli” called “Zeev […]

Murder and Misogyny: Liberalism is a Power-Cult of Hatred, Envy, Virtue Signaling, and Lies

It was one of the most appalling war-crimes ever committed, but it’s oddly little-known today. In 1940, after the Soviet Union had seized the half of Poland assigned to it by the German-Soviet Pact, Stalin did something worthy of his possible ancestor, Genghis Khan. About 22,000 members of Poland’s military and civil elite, the nucleus […]