Book Review: Hate Crime Hoax, by Wilfred Reilly

SYNOPSIS Hate Crime Hoax: The Left's Campaign To Sell A Fake Race War by Dr. Wilfrid Reilly (The $50,000,000 Question) is an absorbing and well-detailed account of the prevalence of American hate crime hoaxes and the glaringly negative results of their perpetration. Dr. Reilly is quite forthright in laying out the fundamental purpose and aim for… Continue reading Book Review: Hate Crime Hoax, by Wilfred Reilly

Occidental Origins of Race-Theory (III)

(a.3) Prominent Theorists (continued from part II) Blumenbach During the eighteen century Europeans discovered numerous inhabitants across the world who differed markedly in their physical appearance from the pale skinned and fine-boned European explorers. The anthropologist and professor of medicine at Gottingen, Johann Friedrich Blumenbach1, having discovered in the course of his studies that both… Continue reading Occidental Origins of Race-Theory (III)

Occidental Origins of Race-Theory (II)

(a.3) Prominent Theorists (continued from part I) Bernier The first comprehensive survey and classification of the races of man of which anything is known was penned in 1684 by the French wayfarer, physician and anthropologist, Francios Bernier (1620-1688) in his Nouvelle division de la terre par les différents espèces ou races qui l'habitent ("New division… Continue reading Occidental Origins of Race-Theory (II)

Occidental Origins of Race-Theory (I)

(a) Origins & Development of Racial Thought in the Occident ♦ (a.1) Purpose of the Inquiry Racial identity is without question one of the single most important questions of any age for, to quote the historian Richard Carrier1, “All politics is identity politics2” and race is central to identity; indeed, the fountainhead thereof. The implications… Continue reading Occidental Origins of Race-Theory (I)

Swallow the Sun

Fermentation of Organon Ra straddles the celestial-array like a colossus. Look how unhinged the old god has become! Intoxicated with the ostensible progression of his creation, he twines wildly about the horizon in spastic, shuddering bounds, caring not who is bathed in his fiery effulgence. The charred bones of his victims shine off the creaking… Continue reading Swallow the Sun

The ism Conundrum: A Checkmate of Words

In the Western World there is seldom anything anyone fears being called more than a racist. But the phrase is quite confusing due to a ever growing multiplicity of meanings. As far as I can discern, however, all of these various differentials can be boiled down to two basic meanings, what we can call small… Continue reading The ism Conundrum: A Checkmate of Words