This was linked to by John Ansell. Karl du Fresne is one of the older journalists in NZ, and staunchly conservative. He is not really tolerated by the current elite, for they want everything to be fluid, and alternative views, as he notes, to be silenced. In view of all this, it’s grimly ironic that […]Read More → No platforming quotage
Thanks, again to Social Matter. Guys, I will get the main site static page up. Somehow. Public opinion has radically changed. A majority of Americans believe the Mueller investigation is politically motivated, according to a CBS News poll. The inspector general’s report on the FBI’s handling of the Clinton email scandal is due soon. It […]Read More → Notes
Old poeple, new narrative Diversity is hatred The rich have their own temptations And they want us to celebrate their new festivals Do not be them. Do not be like them.Read More → Tweets… juxtaposition
The Archbishop of Canterbury loved his Yankee episcopal heretics sermon. The number of nice people who have said it was wonrderful equals the number of people who dislike it. I hated it: I heard heresy from the change in the invocation of the trinity on. However, I am not nice. “I think what we saw […]Read More → When the Oprah sways, run the other way.
Sam Rosa is a Vancouver Papist and progressive. He starts all this by writing a review of Petersen’s book, and (as you would expect) tweets about it. I don’t know how Vox does it (one of his authors he edits has just published another book and he’s working on volume III of his fantasy series […]Read More → Never induce a tweetstorm.