Saturday, 19 November 2016


The contemporary Left's dogma I have come to refer to as "the Puritanism of Perversity". There are historical, philosophical and even theological reasons for this term, which I will go into in another article, but the main principle rests on a certain fanatical pursuit of everything outside of societal norms, while simultaneously attacking even the very idea of normality with quasi-religious zealotry. This is very much reflected in the anti-art the Left serves up in the galleries, which is a kind of ritualisation of abnormality.


Leftist anti-art is very much political, for one thing the Left does is to politicise all aspects of life. Recently, the Podesta Brothers, Tony and John, the former being the head of a powerful Leftist lobby group, the latter Hillary Clinton's campaign manager, were implicted in anti-artist Marina Abramovic's "Spirit Cooking", which would appear to be some kind of Satanic ritual dressed up as art. As we see from these images, she very much sees herself as full-time Satanist and part-time poet Aleister Crowley's successor.

Friday, 18 November 2016

EYE OF THE MAELSTRÖM: A Tribute to Wyndham Lewis

The artist and writer Wyndham Lewis, born Percy Wyndham Lewis, styled The Enemy, was born on 18th November 1882 and is still very much alive, even if a cross-section of his brain has been dunked in a perspex case of formalin and stored in the Pathology Museum now in Hammersmith. A naturally rather antagonistic chap, he hit the London art scene like a dishevelled brick upon his arrival from Canada in 1908, and, while his effect on mainstream culture was extremely limited in his own time, his influence on the modernist movement from the 1910s onward has transformed contemporary art both in terms of succession and reaction to his life, politics and work.

Thursday, 17 November 2016


Originally published at Counter Currents

Charles Krafft with one of his creations.

I. The Road to Alt Right Artistry

Since Hillary Clinton’s mention of the Alternative Right in one of her speeches, there have been countless discussions about what the Alt Right is and represents, with everyone and anyone, no matter how inappropriate, suddenly declaring they are part of the Alt Right. I think it is quite easy to define what the Alt Right is: it is the postmodern manifestation of what Julius Evola termed the True Right.

The True Right has been almost completely disprivileged from the mainstream arts scene in the present day. The political Left, meaning firstly the Whiggish Left and then the socialist Left, realized as early as the late eighteenth century the power art had to shape political discourse by altering the masses’ perceptions of the world. They thus sought to seize the artistic mainstream as a means towards political power.

Sunday, 6 November 2016


This year marks the fiftieth anniversary of the production of one of the very few television series that achieved the status of high art. I speak here of The Prisoner, largely the vision of one man: Patrick McGoohan – although his Jewish script editor George Markstein tried to take as much credit as possible for its conception. Marginalised and ignored, Markstein left before the end of the series. The series did, however, owe more to co-producer as well as director and writer of several episodes David Tomblin. There has since been a re-imagined version of the series, in 2009, which was largely thinly-veiled propaganda for the homosexual lobby, but this is not the concern of this particular article.