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There Will Be No More Mona Lisas
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Mrs Apostaticus, the toddler and I spent this weekend just gone in Melbourne. As usual, I came away with deep feelings about the place. Mostly I’m just relieved that I again resisted burning down the Immigration Museum. One day…

The poz is so strong in Melbourne it could drive a good man to drink. Looking at many of the city’s denizens, it has. It is the best of us and the worst, contending for the soul of the nation. Standing in Federation Square looking at the SBS offices and watching PETA equate bacon with cannibalism is enough to make a sound man nauseous.… Read the rest

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Welfare is Warfare
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If there was any decade in which the decline of the West became a foregone conclusion, it was the 60’s. Many of the shackles which hinder our liberties today were forged during that storied and romanticised period, and many of the fissures which are ripping at the fabric of Western society now first appeared at that time. The ugly beast of #BlackLivesMatter today is a direct descendant of the 60’s civil rights agitation. It was the decade in which critical theory hit the Western bloodstream, and began gnawing away at the integrity of our academic institutions.… Read the rest

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Cowardice of the Barbarians
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The cucks are always telling us that Islam doesn’t create terrorism. Of course that’s not true; that’s what makes them cucks. But why is it that these emo young towel-heads keep blowing stuff up in the middle of our cities? Lots of people hate our guts, but they don’t take an axe to a train carriage. Why do the Muhummadans do it?

They do it because they are barbarians. Terrorism is the method of warfare uncivilised peoples always use against the civilised. This is for several reasons. Firstly, the use of atrocity against civilian populations does not require a high level of military complexity.… Read the rest

Love is not a Feeling
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We are a civilisation which lives by feelings. It’s built into the zeitgeist. It’s also the greatest cause of suffering in the world.

OK, that’s a big call. If you’re a slave in Kim Jong-un’s harem, living by feelings is probably not the most unpleasant thing you experience. You probably try to avoid feeling anything at all.

Perhaps at school your history teachers took a break from bashing up on crackers and mentioned the Renaissance. If so, you no doubt received the Party Line about it – that the rebirth of classical Graeco-Roman culture was an unadulterated good, breaking open the fusty hidebound traditionalism of medieval Europe and birthing glorious modernity with its glorious revolutions.… Read the rest