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Escape From The Cubicle Farm

"Take a stroll through the average office building in the middle of the modern concrete paradise we call an office building complex, and it's easy not to see what I now see. What I can't unsee...." Read more


No Country For Nice White Families

"It's perfectly understandable that a White man expects to be able to walk down the promenade with his woman and his child to enjoy the national holiday, the fireworks and the sense of patriotism which goes with that and not expect to see his family run down or shot, that he can walk with his family unarmed and unprepared for any kind of aggression against himself or his loved ones. He takes it for granted, he might argue it is his ''Right'' to do so.

"But when was such a Right ever given or promised?....Read more


Reviving Blue Collar Work: 5 Benefits of Working in the Skilled Trades

"In the 90s and early 00s, everything was about the business world. Wall Street was going gangbusters, this new fangled thing called the internet was taking off, and dream jobs were those in which you sat in an office with a computer and made millions. Those jobs were not terribly difficult to come by. Today’s youth have those same notions of where the good jobs are, but nowhere near the same success in finding them. While the job market is improving from the economy's nosedive six years ago, it's still not what it was pre-recession, especially for new college graduates, for whom the unemployment rate is at 8.5%, versus 5.8% for the workforce as a whole. It's time young people looked outside the white collar box when it comes to landing a steady, good paying job....." Read more


The Abolition of Work

No one should ever work. Work is the source of nearly all the misery in the world. Almost any evil you'd care to name comes from working or from living in a world designed for work. In order to stop suffering, we have to stop working...Read More


The Anti-civilisation

"In his famous book The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of World Order (1996), Samuel P. Huntington put forward the thesis, popular with large sections of the 'Right' that the post-Cold-War world would be shaped by its major civilizations and their interactions.

For some, it was the gently coded recognition of race that appealed; for others, it was the stigmatization of Islam as a rather unpleasant civilization that rang true; whatever the case, the book became, for better or worse, a landmark of political science. This makes it an ideal starting point for considering the topic of civilizations in general and the problematic nature of the West in particular...." Read more


The Case Against the Jews

"The essay which follows was sent to a highly-intelligent friend of long standing. He refused to read it, saying only that he was "content to remain ignorant of that topic [Jews], as on 99% of the things in this world", in spite of conceding that "tho of course it must contain much truth". Unfortunately, there is nothing at all unusual in my friend's behavior. It is what I call the HITS (Head-In-The-Sand) reaction, the hope that all will be well if the problem at issue can just manage to be ignored. And it is to be conceded that this approach sometimes works - my friend is getting on in years, and he may well end up as food for worms before the Jewish Question, ie, the question of what dangers are posed by Jews to America and to Western (gentile) civilization generally, if any, ever substantively arises in his life. For those of us without one foot in the grave, however, the ugly fact is that the Jewish Question is one of the most important issues of the day, and it is precisely this fact which the present essay seeks to demonstrate. The Jewish Question is important, however, in a way in which other vital problems are not, because of the Great Taboo on even discussing it. In fact, the Jewish Question has become a sort of a benchmark of intellectual freedom: Whenever there is an inability to fully and freely discuss this issue, intellectual freedom has been severely compromised. ...." Read more