Archive for March, 2019

Serbian Poison For The White Nationalists

Serbian Poison For The White Nationalists

The terrorist attacks on two mosques in New Zealand by a far-right extremist from Australia have triggered fresh debate about the roots and sources of far-right radicalization. One narrative has focused on Brenton Tarrant’s apparent ties to extremist, online sub-cultures, characterized as much by their proclivity to hate speech and conspiracy theories as for memes, trolling and what has become[Read More…]

March 31, 2019 0 comments History & Culture
If You Feel Like Your Race Is Going Extinct

If You Feel Like Your Race Is Going Extinct

Do you sometimes feel like your race is going extinct? Feel like you are being demographically overrun by people from foreign lands & stuff? Instead of shooting innocent people & wasting gigabytes of online forum storage, try: -Getting into shape & learning enough charm to woo -Pick a mate of your preferred race & produce plentiful offspring, which you rear[Read More…]

March 20, 2019 1 comment Society
Crusaders Are Not Ethno-Nationalists

Crusaders Are Not Ethno-Nationalists

Eight years ago I wrote an article about the ideology of the new anti-Islamic crusaders, based on militant liberalism and cultural Judeo-Christianity. And while I am sure that the Christchurch massacre is a product of this particular ideology, it should be noted that Brenton Tarrant explained his manifesto with other ideas. Tarrant differs from Breivik in that he declares himself[Read More…]

March 18, 2019 0 comments Our vision
New Zealand and The Fallacies of the Anti-Islamic Identitarianism

New Zealand and The Fallacies of the Anti-Islamic Identitarianism

Two elements seem common in this anti-Islamic international we can see getting stronger around the world: 1. From Burma, to Sri Lanka, to China, and especially to Europe (but also among Pakistani or Malay liberals, Iranian and Arab secularists, Central Asian sons of soviets, etc etc), there is a commonality in this idea of Islam being something foreign – specifically[Read More…]

March 17, 2019 1 comment Our vision