From Japan, a message to the West: With no families or visitors to speak of, many older tenants spent weeks or months cocooned in their small apartments, offering little hint of their existence to the world outside their doors. And each year, some of them died without anyone knowing, only to be discovered after their … More Consumerism and The Lonely Death
Personally, I have enjoyed Jordan B Peterson’s work and I imagine I still will. As a professor, he has lead an inquisition against the Leftist garbage in our universities. Which is refreshing. This makes crictism hard for me, but Dr. Peterson has decided to attack the Alt-Right in a series of tweets. The age old … More Jordan disappoints
I’ve been dying to write about this album since it was teased back in July. After the release of their EP I reviewed back in July (here) my hype for this album began. It was just a phenomenal release after 5 years of near radio silence from Converge, so I just knew there was no … More The Dusk In Us
Well, we finally made it; the last day of Nothing But Black Metal November. I have never been so relieved to write a review. After this is through, I think I’ll have to take a solid couple of months break away from black metal. So I hope you enjoyed this month’s content, as I won’t … More Kong Vinter
The fact of the matter is that whites as a race are a minority in the world. We are a global minority by a large margin. While we hold power in the world in countries that are majority white, we are a minority. A hated minority. Whites will be a minority in their own countries … More Will Nationalism Save Us?
For this year’s Thanksgiving, we went to my wife’s great aunt’s house. Upon arrival I thought it was going to be the usual Thanksgiving fare. You know, the dinner, dessert, and good ole sportsball. Typically her family is fairly mild when it comes to political discussion or anything contentious. All in all I expected a … More Thanksgiving Conversation
We’re at the final stretch of Nothing but Black Metal November. It’s been a rough time doing this for you guys, and I probably won’t listen to black metal for a long, long time after this, but finding all this new music and revisiting old classics has been pretty rewarding. I hope my torture this … More Go Be Forgotten