Now the conflict in Ukraine is almost three weeks old, the initial paroxysms and reactivity have begun to fade and it is time for us to explain the situation as we see it, and to shutter some of the false narratives that have woven their way into the discourse amongst Western observers. It is often … Continue reading Putin’s War: Setting the Record Straight
Reflections on Putin’s War
In the early hours of 24th February, President Putin gave a televised address to Russia and the world effectively announcing his invasion of Ukraine, an event shortly followed by cruise missile strikes against specific targets in Ukraine and the invasion of that country's territory from the north, east and south by ground forces. We'd like … Continue reading Reflections on Putin’s War
Animal Abuse 1. Initial Responses
Warning: Contains descriptions of animal abuse. Anglophone and Francophone readers will be familiar with the recent case of Kurt Zouma, an Afro-Frenchman who plays soccer professionally for West Ham United, who published video clips of himself drop-kicking, smacking and physically tormenting his pet cat (filmed by his brother, Yoan, also a professional soccer player for … Continue reading Animal Abuse 1. Initial Responses
I recently 'checked-in' with an old friend - by way of uncommunicative social media browsing - to find him espousing the conformist, liberal drivel typical of society's normies today. Replete with superficial whinging about the treatment of black soccer players, this was anything but an edifying experience. But the funny thing is, this person, who … Continue reading Youthful Exuberance(?)
AI & Targeted Population Management
If we accept AI as inevitable, which we must, consequently we are required to shift our attention to alternative variables.
Generalfeldmarschall von Blomberg Describes Wilhelm Canaris (Hilariously)
Oh, keep that Levantine weirdo out of it. I'd never have any use for him unless we had to bump somebody off!
David Lloyd-George Meets Adolf Hitler (1936)
In September 1936, a month after the conclusion of the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin, David Lloyd-George spent three weeks in Germany. As a foreign statesman who'd been Prime Minister of Great Britain for six years (1916 - 1922), he observed the political and social conditions in Germany and was twice afforded an interview with … Continue reading David Lloyd-George Meets Adolf Hitler (1936)
National Socialism 2. Esoteric Religiosity
In the half-century or so after the end of the Second World War, it was uncontroversial to infer from Third Reich historiography that what happened in Germany between 1933 and 1945 was a partial attempt to revive the pre-Christian spirituality of the Germans.
In other words, I wish to impolitely tell the moralisers to fuck off.
National Socialism 1. Factions of Faith
Clearly the most dominant faction throughout the Nazi Party's period of governance is that of the pragmatists, individuals who were not ideologues and who remained relatively flexible in the discharging of public duties.