Sunday, 17 May 2020


I can probably sum up my disdain for the corporate American ethos in one man: John Cena. World Wrestling Entertainment (formerly the World Wrestling Federation) is part of the bread and circuses for the American hoi poloi, although it has become a global concern, with ever more wrestlers being draughted in from Mexico, where such wrestling is perhaps even more of a staple entertainment for the masses. Stadium crowds for the yearly Wrestlemania extrevaganza rival those of the Superbowl. Cena has been the golden boy of WWE since Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson left for Hollywood in 2004, only returning for the big paydays on pay-per-view. If 'The Rock' was nauseating enough with his vulgar fake-macho posturing and loud displays of mixed-race insecurity, Cena's ingratiating wigger persona is absolutely vomit-inducing. We have come a long way since the days of Ric Flair and Hulk Hogan and their less than closeted disdain for persons of colour.



Saturday, 16 May 2020


One of the things that interests me is looking back at the old episodes of The Dick Cavett Show. People thinking that SJW politics just arrived yesterday ought to watch a few of these. Cavett is the epitome of creamy bourgeois liberal smugness who continually pushed SJW politics in the various talk shows he fronted. Whenever he had on someone whose views he opposed, he would introduce him straight away as 'controversial', stack the audience against him (it was invariably a him) and bring on a guest diametrically opposed to him with whom Dick could gang up on him. Such was the case with Dixiecrat Governor of Georgia and segregationist Lester Maddox.




Sunday, 10 May 2020


James and David take a look at the 1982 fantasy film Tron and its belated sequel Tron Legacy. Both were produced by Disney, yet the focus, tone and purpose shifts from the original family film to the darker sequel in which the political religion of Holocaustianity comes to the fore....


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Thursday, 30 April 2020


While the media focus on Captain (now Colonel) Tom Moore's fundraising exploits, spare a thought for less fortunate servicemen. I wish Tom Moore (a fellow Yorkshireman) well on reaching his century in life and he deserves every accolade, but I cannot feel the government and media are using him as a human shield to hide murkier matters going on with the armed forces. Since Tony Blair signed the Good Friday Agreement, a sustained and orchestrated governmental witch hunt against servicemen having served in Northern Ireland in the fight against Marxist terrorism. Let us be clear, Sinn Fein and their paramilitary wing the IRA are not nationalists and have been instrumental in opening up Ireland to non-White immigration. Let us also be clear, I am aware of the evils the liberal ruling clique in London did to the Irish, but the ordinary English, Scottish and Welsh have also suffered for centuries under their tyranny. And this is what we are dealing with here: ordinary people who were placed under extraordinary circumstances by those same elites. Those ordinary soldiers who are still living were merely trying to protect ordinary civilians from acts of terrorism.



Sunday, 26 April 2020

WINDRUSH (How Liberal Imperialism Led to Reverse Colonisation)

There is much hand-wringing over the treatment of the so-called Windrush generation at the moment. For those who do not know, HMT Empire Windrush was the passenger ship which brought the first wave of mass migration to Britain from the West Indies in June 1948 as part of the political elite's plot to make Britain even more multi-racial by use of the open immigration policy implied in the British Nationality Act of 1948. The Liberal Party had already attempted the same treasonous ploy in 1918, bringing over West Indians to take the place in society of the young White Men they were sending to die in the trenches of World War One. Upon discovering this wicked scheme, the returning soldiers turned on the interloping Negroes, who were largely sent back. The soldiers should have turned on the politicians; still, this and other betrayals of the people would give impetus to the burgeoning nationalist movement in Britain.




Sunday, 19 April 2020


James and David take a look at perhaps the grandaddy of science fiction films - no, not Aelita! - but Metropolis. Directed by Fritz Lang and written by Thea von Harbou, it has influenced film makers for decades since, with references to it still appearing in culture - so much so that people who haven't even watched it will still know some of the most iconic images from it. We examine many of the themes of the film: Christian morality, industrialism, Marxist political theory, class conflict, urbanism and architecture, and attitudes to nudity, as well as going into German expressionism and expressionism in the arts in general. We also consider the strange paradox of a half-Jewish director and a National Socialist race-mixing degenerate screenwriter creating a rather moral film in tune with many of our own ideals.

Monday, 13 April 2020


It is hard to believe that it is now forty years since Iron Maiden's debut album was released. On 14th April 1980, the New Wave of British Heavy Metal (often shortened to the rather unwealdy accronym NWOBHM) found its first superstars and an album of excellence to rival any of the previous decade's prog rock classics. Iron Maiden had already had numerous line-up changes in the run-up to recording their eponymous album, even as late as their 14th November BBC session recording for Tommy Vance's Friday Rock Show on 14th December 1979, Vance having promoted NWOBHM acts since his engagement a year earlier. The Metal for Muthas compilation album also recorded in November 1979 also still featured Doug Sampson, and while an excellent drummer (the BBC session version of 'Sanctuary' is still for me the best), he left at the very end of 1979 due to health issues and had to be swiftly replaced by Clive Burr in time to record the new album in January 1980.