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2019 in Review: World of Warcraft Classic and the Reactionary Turn

Kashiwagi

It’s no secret that we live in an age of manufactured nostalgia. In the summer of 2019 alone, you could go to your local movie theatre and watch Aladdin, Men In Black, Godzilla, Toy Story 4, Child’s Play, or The Lion King. Sequels, Remakes, TV adaptations, and Spiritual Successors define the media market, capitalizing on the warm familiarity of childhood memories for hype, minimizing the investment costs inherent in developing new properties, and defusing progressive criticisms either through superficial ‘representation’ or post-modern winking at the audience.

Response to The American Conservative, Pack Your Bags: Little Nick is The Captain Now

Orcbrand

The caption leading this article on The American Conservative™ on Twitter said, “If this is really conservatism, we’ll pack up our bags and go home,” and below you see a screengrab of Nick Fuentes, his mouth contorted in half-shout. It’s meant to chastise and to shame, but Nick’s Teflon and they’re glue – a 21 year old Mexican boy making Youtube talk purportedly […]

A Year In Perfume Nationalism

The Eternal Dillards

Earlier this year, I decided to show up very late to the weird right twitter party. I came with only one purpose—to join the support system for an exciting cultural project that straddles multiple sensorial dimensions. In its orbit I discovered a frog’s gallery of 2016 alumni: the aesthetes, groypers, studs and based broads who […]

Real Fantasy

Kantbot

“In the beginning, poets and priests were one; it was only in later times that they became separated. The true poet, however, has always remained a priest, just at the true priest has remained a poet. And will not the future restore this former state of affairs?” – Novalis, Pollen #71

The Gargoyle

Voice From Catland

The creature’s grip loosened, and I sprang from my chair and out the room disoriented and half-blind with feverish blood loss, hearing Orsen’s laughter echo behind me.

The Trinity as Exit From Dialectical Stagnation

The Surfing Violinist

“But the struggle against Plato, or—to speak plainer, and for the “people”—the struggle against the ecclesiastical oppression of millenniums of Christianity (FOR CHRISTIANITY IS PLATONISM FOR THE “PEOPLE”), produced in Europe a magnificent tension of soul, such as had not existed anywhere previously; with such a tensely strained bow one can now aim at the […]

Spoonbender Society: Selected Schizo-Epistles

Orcbrand

People say we live in a democracy/democratic republic, a form of government intended to amplify what people think and address problems they find to be important. But it doesn’t ever seem to function that way.

Esoteric Review of 1989's Road House: The Red Pilled Masterpiece That Got Your Dad’s Rocks Off

Tradillac Man

The Lord works in mysterious ways. Sometimes He will intervene in the world through miraculous means, and sometimes He will use otherwise ordinary folks for extraordinary purposes, like the man He had lie with an ape to kick off the AIDS cleansing. There was no one particularly well known or gifted involved in the writing […]

A Psych Hospital Memoir: In The White Room

Harvard Milk

When you spend enough time here you become an expert in compartmentalization. It’s just another day that a girl chokes herself till purple with the ends of her shirt. Her death = someone losing their job. She spent every day starting new fights with her supposed chola attitude. Staff took great pleasure in the opportunities […]

Real Fantasy

Kantbot

“In the beginning, poets and priests were one; it was only in later times that they became separated. The true poet, however, has always remained a priest, just at the true priest has remained a poet. And will not the future restore this former state of affairs?” – Novalis, Pollen #71

Spoonbender Society: Selected Schizo-Epistles

Orcbrand

People say we live in a democracy/democratic republic, a form of government intended to amplify what people think and address problems they find to be important. But it doesn’t ever seem to function that way.

2019 in Review: World of Warcraft Classic and the Reactionary Turn

Kashiwagi

It’s no secret that we live in an age of manufactured nostalgia. In the summer of 2019 alone, you could go to your local movie theatre and watch Aladdin, Men In Black, Godzilla, Toy Story 4, Child’s Play, or The Lion King. Sequels, Remakes, TV adaptations, and Spiritual Successors define the media market, capitalizing on the warm familiarity of childhood memories for hype, minimizing the investment costs inherent in developing new properties, and defusing progressive criticisms either through superficial ‘representation’ or post-modern winking at the audience.

The Gargoyle

Voice From Catland

The creature’s grip loosened, and I sprang from my chair and out the room disoriented and half-blind with feverish blood loss, hearing Orsen’s laughter echo behind me.

Esoteric Review of 1989's Road House: The Red Pilled Masterpiece That Got Your Dad’s Rocks Off

Tradillac Man

The Lord works in mysterious ways. Sometimes He will intervene in the world through miraculous means, and sometimes He will use otherwise ordinary folks for extraordinary purposes, like the man He had lie with an ape to kick off the AIDS cleansing. There was no one particularly well known or gifted involved in the writing […]

Response to The American Conservative, Pack Your Bags: Little Nick is The Captain Now

Orcbrand

The caption leading this article on The American Conservative™ on Twitter said, “If this is really conservatism, we’ll pack up our bags and go home,” and below you see a screengrab of Nick Fuentes, his mouth contorted in half-shout. It’s meant to chastise and to shame, but Nick’s Teflon and they’re glue – a 21 year old Mexican boy making Youtube talk purportedly […]

The Trinity as Exit From Dialectical Stagnation

The Surfing Violinist

“But the struggle against Plato, or—to speak plainer, and for the “people”—the struggle against the ecclesiastical oppression of millenniums of Christianity (FOR CHRISTIANITY IS PLATONISM FOR THE “PEOPLE”), produced in Europe a magnificent tension of soul, such as had not existed anywhere previously; with such a tensely strained bow one can now aim at the […]

A Psych Hospital Memoir: In The White Room

Harvard Milk

When you spend enough time here you become an expert in compartmentalization. It’s just another day that a girl chokes herself till purple with the ends of her shirt. Her death = someone losing their job. She spent every day starting new fights with her supposed chola attitude. Staff took great pleasure in the opportunities […]

A Year In Perfume Nationalism

The Eternal Dillards

Earlier this year, I decided to show up very late to the weird right twitter party. I came with only one purpose—to join the support system for an exciting cultural project that straddles multiple sensorial dimensions. In its orbit I discovered a frog’s gallery of 2016 alumni: the aesthetes, groypers, studs and based broads who […]

The Autistic Mercury

God Created Twitter to Train the Faithful.