Cube & The Price of Conspiracy

Apologies for the delay in content. It has been an extremely busy period. I have another piece up at Thermidor Mag, which by the way is really coming into its own as of late. Those who follow me will know that cinema (despite being a previous passion of mine) rarely if ever appears as a…

Little England

The English have a secret weapon, one which they don’t seem to even realize that they have. Some time ago, the English identity was partitioned into two pieces: English and British. As the British Empire was constructed between the 16th and 20th Centuries, to call oneself British was a statement of national pride, not only…

The Hapa Temptation

No, this is not an essay on yellow fever, the phenomenon of white men getting hitched to Asian women. Maybe I could write something on that, but not today. For those who don’t know what a hapa is, this Hawaiian term describes someone of mixed racial ancestry, but in online nomenclature it usually refers to…

The Essence of Time: A Study in Post-Marxism

Another essay for Social Matter. In this piece I discuss the neo-communist outfit Essence of Time, taking a look at the Russian group’s manifesto and discerning how so-called ‘radical left’ thinking is evolving in some respects, but remaining largely the same in others, anchored to failed ideas and incomplete versions of history that leave gaping…

Schuon, Luther, and the Eternal Calvinist

Let us approach the question of Protestantism with a mindfulness of its differentiation, an understanding of its gravity in history, and an open mind to what merits it may conceal behind a disposition that has been rightly recognized as a challange by most Reactionary thinkers. Frithjof Schuon, a sage of the last century whose understanding…

Quiet Meditations

I took a short break from answering emails, tweeting, and other things related to my work over the last couple of days. I took a cursory glance at Ask.fm, but even this taxed me. I’ve been in a pensive state, considering many things at this most holy time when we remember the resurrection of our…

Humiliation’s Role in the Contemporary Order

My latest at Thermidor Mag, a sobering take on the globalist hegemony that grips the world, and why it always necessitates a response by people who cannot countenance being subjugated in such a manner. Hegemony in the liberal form is the ultimate form of humiliation, for it at once condemns a history and at the…