I’m fascinated by faces. In part, this is because I’m an ignoramus who has to gather information by instinct and intuition rather than by intellect. Faces are fruitful for me in a way that lots of other things aren’t. But then you’re an ignoramus too. You’re human, after all, and no human can look at […]
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What was the greatest artwork of the twentieth century? Some would choose a painting by Picasso or Rothko, a sculpture by Brancusi or Epstein, an installation by Kapoor or Weiwei. Not me. I don’t like any of those artists and I don’t like the ugly art that is so characteristic of the twentieth century. No, […]
The Jewish genius Hannah Arendt was wrong about “the banality of evil.” Evil is often entertaining and interesting, combining both farce and foulness. That’s why the term “Clown World” was invented. It’s used by thought-criminals like Vox Day to describe governments, corporations, and churches in the modern West. We’re ruled by Jew-designed ideologies – black […]
If you want to understand Christianity better, learn Italian. An ancient link is obscured in English, but obvious in Italian. Take the Gospel of John. When you read it in English, you’ll see Jesus calls one of his disciples “a devil” at the end of chapter 6. St John explains that He is referring to […]
This article will be brought to you by the letter “M.” It will feature meteor-malefactors, malign monarchs, and moral masturbation. First up: meteor-malefactors. That’s the term I give to criminals whose serious misdeeds flash through the media like a meteor before disappearing into oblivion. Why does this happen? It’s very simple: because meteor-malefactors reveal the […]
“Preach equality, practice hierarchy.” That’s the hidden core commandment of leftism. It’s mendacious and malevolent, but so what? Like a clown offering to shake with one hand while concealing a cream-pie behind his back in the other, the left have defeated the right with it again and again, decade after decade. “We believe in equality!” […]
Regicide — the killing of a king — is at the heart of chess. But most people don’t know that. When a victorious player announces “Checkmate,” he’s really saying “Shah mat,” which traditionally means “The king is dead” in Persian. Slater self-slaughters The Trotskyist libertarian Tom Slater has recently got it the other way around. […]