Sunday, 25 September 2016

The Literary Vanguard — Interview with David Yorkshire of Mjolnir Magazine

The following is an interview I did with Dorin Alexandru of the Council of European Canadians. The Council was set up in 2014 by Professor Ricardo Duchesne to promote and defend the interests of European Canadians. Dorin's poetry is featured in the current issue of Mjolnir Magazine.

 On the threshold of the cultural struggle there exists the hammer that is Mjolnir. Now if you haven't heard about Mjolnir, you haven't been very active in keeping up with the Right. Mjolnir is the pet project literary magazine of David Yorkshire, self-described as "the first step in the cultural fightback against the tidal wave of leftist propaganda" — and a big step indeed. 

Saturday, 24 September 2016

Mjolnir Magazine Issue IV out now!


The fourth edition of the White Eurocentric arts magazine is now available for purchase at The magazine features artwork by Vig Scholma and Gary Persello, as well as handicrafts by his wife Bonnie van Hall. There are short stories by Juleigh Howard-Hobson and Ann Sterzinger, the latter's novel NVSQVAM also being reviewed by Nick Walsh. Then there is poetry by Ellin Anderson, Eliza Witte, Dorin Alexandru and Juleigh again. Our blast from the past is Thomas Ingoldsby and there is a short play and a review of John Lash's The Hero: Manhood and Power by me.

Friday, 23 September 2016

Tim Burton’s Batman: Putting the Gothic into Gotham


I. Origins & Evolution of the Gothic in Film


The gothic is a quintessentially European aesthetic. Moreover, it pertains and appeals more specifically to those of North-West European descent and is to be found in various modes and tropes throughout North-West European culture and contrasts with the Classicism of Southern Europe. Gothic as a term was first applied to medieval art and particularly architecture by Renaissance critics in similar propagandist fashion to how the term Dark Ages was also used to describe the period following the collapse of the Roman Empire. In both cases, the terms were coined to denigrate Germanic ascendancy in culture as unenlightened and barbaric in relation to the culture of Greco-Roman Classical Antiquity and its Renaissance.[1]


Thursday, 22 September 2016

The Elizabethan Theatre: An Arena of Political Incorrectness and a Lesson for our Times

The following text is a transcript of a speech I gave a few years ago at a meeting of the National Front. Although I am not a member of any political party, I am happy to speak at any meeting where the organisers are committed racial nationalists. My role, as I see it, is, in my own small way, to educate and cultivate those who have been failed by the Marxist-Liberal education system.


I wish to talk today about the Elizabethan theatre. Why the Elizabethan theatre? There are many reasons, which I will come to later on, but one is because it was a time when we had a homogenous society and a natural, organic culture and a theatre as good as that of the ancient Greeks. Incidentally, it’s nice to see the rise of the Golden Dawn in Greece and perhaps it will only be fitting if the European revival is born in the place that was the cradle of European civilization.


Wednesday, 21 September 2016

Cultural Struggle: What it is and how to win it

The following is a transcript of a speech I gave at a nationalist meeting four years ago now. I still regard it as my finest speech and it was posted on the original Alternative Right website.

I’m here tonight not to talk about politics, but about something broader and more far-reaching. I’m going to talk about culture, because culture is that which shapes politics and ideas in general, and we are going to look at how this is achieved.

Monday, 19 September 2016

Tour of the Saatchi Gallery

In this video, your guide David Yorkshire takes you on an Odyssey of oddities through the Saatchi Gallery. Some exhibits are blatantly anti-White European, while others are mere expressions of ugliness and idle daubing.



Tuesday, 13 September 2016

Bedwyr Williams: When Artists are replaced by Clowns

"The people no longer seek consolation in art. But the refined people, the rich, the idlers seek the new, the extraordinary, the extravagant, the scandalous.... I am only a public clown, a mountebank. I have understood my time and exploited the imbecility, the vanity, the greed of my contemporaries. It is a bitter confession, this confession of mine, more painful than it may seem. But, at least, and at last, it does have the merit of being honest." (Pablo Picasso)


 This confession could apply to many artists today, but I will concentrate on one: the Welshman Bedwyr Williams. A product of the system of manufactured pseudo-artists, having been formed at St Martin's, his artwork displays a wealth of technical deficiency. The measure of an artist's talent, one remembers, is in his technique. This illustrates his technique:



Saturday, 10 September 2016

Charles Krafft Exhibition

The artist Charles Krafft should need no introduction to people on the Alt Right. His infamy in the art world is such since his "outing" by The New Yorker, The Guardian and other leftist publications that his exhibits in museums and art galleries now come with public health warnings. He is currently exhibiting in Texas and we wish him well and ask that others support him and invest in his work. Here he explains in his own words:

An Introduction

This is a new website dedicated to the arts and culture from an Alt Right perspective. Anyone interested in contributing articles should contact me via my Facebook page:

For those who do not know me, I am the editor of Mjolnir Magazine, a print magazine created to collate and display the Eurocentric illiberal arts. More information can be found at our website:

I hope there will be a lively comments section. Please note that I do not tolerate comments I deem to be abusive. I am, according to Searchlight, noted for my intolerance.

Gods speed,

David Yorkshire