Tag Archives: marxism

Of Course It’s Unnatural

Jonah Goldberg argues that the healthy, modern civilization is unnatural, not far from Hobbes’s assertion that the natural life is nasty, brutish and short. Civilization is unnatural and corruption, like rust, is what naturally happens to every good institution. Something … Continue reading

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Nourishing Masculinity

J Ishiro Finney has a message for young men: The bodies aren’t even cold yet and already you are being blamed. … …We don’t solve problems anymore. We cry, we pray for, we seek to find closure, and then finally, … Continue reading

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The Story of Kwanzaa

The history of Kwanzaa: a tradition almost as old as the Charlie Brown Christmas Special with a following almost as authentic the trees he didn’t buy.

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Gramsci…

Gramsci, cultural Marxism, volk-Marxism, postmodern-leftism, critical theory, Frankfurt School, even political correctness. It all seems to be the same thing. It has roots in a surprisingly open plan to make the western world an uglier, less pleasant, less workable place.

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Fundamentals in the defense against SJW’s

Social Justice Warriors leave a wake of misery. They like it said that “they mean well”, but they don’t. Vox Day has three core truths to dismantle their destructive worldview. 1. Government is force. 2. Politics divides people. 3. System … Continue reading

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The Death of Intellectual Life

I remember in university asking questions like, why are feminists so angry at the US and Canada? Surely there are higher priorities. Gender roles do not seem to have been the priority of Shakespeare or Kipling or Chesterton (or Jesus … Continue reading

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