There Will Be No More Mona Lisas

This piece appeared first on XYZ. 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 [...]… Read the rest

Welfare is Warfare

This post originally appeared on XYZ. 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 [...]… Read the rest

Cowardice of the Barbarians

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 [...]… Read the rest

The Bubble of the Ages

We are at the peak of a 5000-year bubble in government. Like all bubbles, this one will burst. When it does, our world will become unrecognisable. How can I say we are at the top of an inter-millenial government bubble? Interest rates. Throughout history, interest rates have never been as low as they are now. [...]… Read the rest

Love is not a Feeling

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 [...]… Read the rest

What is Culture?

If you asked a typical 21st century serf what they think culture is, they'll probably say something about the characteristics that make up a people (not so succinctly and with fewer syllables, and they might need to Google. But that will be the gist). If a crowd of proles overheard, they would probably agree, while [...]… Read the rest

The State is not your Kin

Why are our fellow peasants mentally disturbed, our relationships cold, our families broken, our communities dissolved and civility disappearing from our lives? Because the state replaced the family. Now I'm no fan of family personally. Mine was worse than a Romanian orphanage, and I know many people whose experiences were similar. But there's a reason [...]… Read the rest