Monday, 11 February 2019


In this three-part video series, we visit Stift St Peter in Salzburg, which is a multi-faceted monastic complex dating originally from the end of the seventh century after the collapse of the Western Roman Empire and founded by St Rupert. What a good place, then, to talk about how and why Christianity swept through the Roman Empire, replacing the various forms of Pagan worship. In the first video, we talk a little about the edifice itself, before examining a text by the Roman historian Sallust, writing before the birth of Jesus of Nazareth, whose De coniuratione Catilinae presents a good picture of the moral vacuum in Rome, which Christianity would come to fill, and the reasons for it. Strangely, or perhaps not so, Sallust also seems to be describing the present day....


Tuesday, 29 January 2019


I will admit to watching television programmes like Antiques Roadshow and Bargain Hunt, although I refuse to pay for the licence fee, as it broke its charter long ago, and there are ways and means of watching the BBC for free.... I once even went so far as to apply to be a contestant on Bargain Hunt back in the David Dickinson days. As with many BBC programmes, my enjoyment of them has waned considerably due to "diversification". Yes, even in these most English of programmes, an unhealthy dose of diversity has been added. Since getting rid of presenter Tim Wonnacott in 2016, who kept the show within a certain all-White group of antique dealers, the BBC have added several non-White so-called experts: Raj Bisram, Danny Sebastian and Gary Pe. All of them are there to express their Otherness and deconstruct British history and culture.




Saturday, 19 January 2019


There is little more to be said about the latest Gillette television commercial, which was dreamed up in the palsied cankered mind of feminist Kim Gehrig, and I do not wish to indulge in the bad news porn of an analysis. We know that it was aimed specifically at White Men and portrayed us as bullies, effete, misogynists, weak and so on, and crossed the line from advertising to propaganda - although where one form begins and the other ends is open to debate, and I think there is always an element of propaganda in advertising and vice-versa. The question is, what are we going to do about it? Well, I am happy to see that there has been a move to boycott Gillette products already, which is gathering traction. This has already been criticised by feminists on 4Chan, Twitter and elsewhere, who have pointed to the fact that advertising has been used to manipulate women's behaviour for decades. They are quite right, but the same also goes for men. Indeed, men have been on the brunt of some of the most heinous advertising in history. Who can forget this little poster that manipulated men into throwing themselves into the industrial mincing machine of the First World War?


Tuesday, 8 January 2019


I have been critical of the political party Alternative für Deutschland (AfD). In a way, I recognise its necessity, because most people who have been programmed into viewing Leftist ideology as normative do not suddenly arrive at our position. They move further to the right through increments and one needs structures through which to move them ever closer to Nature and to Truth. Equally though, I also realise that such vehicles as the AfD will attempt to pass off their politics as the whole truth and steer voters clear of asking fundamental questions about Germany's history, culture and the influence on them by other ethnicities, as well as voting for the Nationaldemokratische Partei Deutschlands (NPD). This is why I both criticise the AfD and recognise its necessity. Ultimately, the AfD are classical liberals, and the fact they are now portayed as "far Right" shows just how far Left the mainstream actually is. The mainstream also continually misrepresents their politicians as troublemakers who will inevitably engender racial and political tension and violence, when that is precisely what the Left is doing. A case in point is yesterday's attempted assassination of the AfD politician Frank Magnitz.



Monday, 31 December 2018


A few weeks ago, Fox News talk show host Tucker Calson went into a debate against another talk show host Ben Shapiro for the Daily Wire's Sunday Special programme. I hope Carlson reads this article, because he probably came away from that debate thinking he won it; indeed, most conservatives watching the debate probably also think so. The fact is though, that if one looks at the two's morality and objectives, Carlson could never have won, and Shapiro came away from the debate with Carlson having agreed upon everything that is important to Shapiro and having ensured the continued decline of his people without even having addressed the issues. If you are a neo-con reading this, you will probably be quite confused by now; but regular readers of this blog and those like it will know exactly what I am talking about.


Friday, 7 December 2018


In this episode, Neil, David and James attempt to discuss the film Coonskin without getting the podcast banned - a very difficult proposition indeed given the very title of the film. Indeed, one might wonder why a Jewish filmmaker would use such an insulting title, given that it references the term for a black sell-out, which would rather apply to Barry White, Scatman Crothers and the rest of the Negroes in the cast, as we find out. We use the film as a starting point to look at the exploitative nature of the "special relationship" between Jews and Negroes, which the film betrays, as we examine how Jews have controlled and manipulated Negroes and agitated them against White European Americans by dominating black culture. We also address the overt anti-White hatred, but as James has mentioned outside of the podcast, if the cartoon characters were merchandised without the public knowing anything about the source, there would be outcries of racism from SJWs. 


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Thursday, 6 December 2018


In this episode, your hosts Neil Westwood, David Yorkshire and James 'Bevel E' look at Kurt Wimmer's cinematic **cough** masterpiece Equilibrium, as an excuse to look at modern dystopian fiction in general. We also ask the question as to how far Wimmer has pushed ideas into the narrative that dissent from the Jollywood mainstream and are congruent with our own. Is the film just chewing gum for the eyes, or is there some artistic merit?