Navigating The Spectrum: Future Universalistic vs. Present Particularistic

In my previous article, On the Prospects of Popular Right-wing Unification in America: The Starting Point of Unification, I wrote, "To speak of unification with those who are counterpoised to order (and thus, opposed to civilization) is to beat one’s head against a wall. With that being said, unity is absolutely desirable among the right… Continue reading Navigating The Spectrum: Future Universalistic vs. Present Particularistic

The Opposition Identity of the Anti-Tribe

I've long been skeptical of the negation crew, the "anti" crowd, those individuals or groups who when asked who they are and what they stand for reply, "I am against X!" There are the "skeptics" who are wholly against all and any religions; the SJWs who are wholly against anything that they perceive as masculine,… Continue reading The Opposition Identity of the Anti-Tribe

Towards A Program of Great Works: The US-Mexican Border Wall

Pertinent First Questions. Much has been said about the current US President's proposed border wall, with opposition commentary generally running along the lines of, "A border wall is inherently racist!" Let us, from the start, dispense with such foolishness. Walls, no more than doors, columns or cornices, are in any cogently definable way classically "racist"… Continue reading Towards A Program of Great Works: The US-Mexican Border Wall

American Deathscape: The Drug Scourge; Sources & Solutions

There is seldom anything more tragic than a 20 year old with a family, a lover and a bright and promising future being discovered face down in some filthy alley, spittle on the lips, needle in the arm. Yet this is precisely the way that a ever-growing share of America's youth, the lifeblood of our… Continue reading American Deathscape: The Drug Scourge; Sources & Solutions

The Respect Demand, Or, How To Refute Yourself Without Realizing It For The Sake of Appearing Non-Partisan

Consider this most common of political responses. "I don't agree with your argument, but I respect your opinion." Scarcely has there been a more popular and simultaneously ridiculous statement made in the whole history of modern American discourse than this one. Yet, it is one that you, whoever and wherever you are, have doubtless heard… Continue reading The Respect Demand, Or, How To Refute Yourself Without Realizing It For The Sake of Appearing Non-Partisan

Value Ordination: Political Paradigm as Argumentation

Innumerable are the number of political compass tests which one can take online, from Playbuzz to PoliticalCompass.org to the 8 Values Github Test, all of which are sifted through and poured over, studied and analyzed by the takers thereof as if in the action of so doing they will confer some hidden and eldritch wisdom… Continue reading Value Ordination: Political Paradigm as Argumentation

Fractal America, Kodokushi-6771, Prt.2

In Japan sometime around the month of march, 2017, a employee named Takada from a Japanese company called Mind - which specializes in the removal of indelicate material (such as sex toys or sexually explicit manga) from the abodes of the freshly deceased - recounted to American scream-sheets a most peculiar tale. During one of… Continue reading Fractal America, Kodokushi-6771, Prt.2