Monthly Archives: November 2014

The Return of Vanishing American

It was Peter Brimelow who coined the useful phrase “the Historic American Nation” (See the late Lawrence Auster’s post on this concept here). Few, in the past decade, have been as consistent or steadfast in its defense as the blogger … Continue reading

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“A Shabby End to a Mega-Project”: USA’s 2014 Race Riots and the B.H. Obama Legacy

Amid the USA’s race riots of November 2014, we can’t help but think about the legacy of Barack Hussein Obama. If there’s any justice, the split screen of the ineffectual Obama and Missouri burning will be the icon of his … Continue reading

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The Community Organizer Didn’t Much Like that Old America.

It’s finally happened. A unilateral declaration of amnesty for “some” of the USA’s teeming millions of illegals, courtesy of B.H. Obama, acting alone but with many accessories before the fact. Pat Buchanan writes: [At times like this,] we seem less … Continue reading

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[Movies] Interstellar’s “Blight” as a Racial Metaphor for “Ethnic Third Worldization”

Great science fiction occurs when the skilled writer creates a plausible universe simultaneously exotic and alien, while still politically and philosophically relevant to our world and our society. Great science fiction uses fantasy to comment about reality. –Blogger “Reappropriate” The … Continue reading

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