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 Sensible Notion of Prejudice

Every human behaviour has a reason for its existence, even if this reason may not be apparent. This doesn’t necessarily make every one of those behaviours desirable and moral at every point in a person’s life. It has been acknowledged that babies are selfish and greedy, but this makes sense when one considers that a…

Okay, Let’s Address Philosemitism

It looks like I need to cover this topic, just to iron out some misconceptions about how the Reactionary ought to view the Jews, and why the heck this is even worth talking about in the first place. It is particularly important that readers absorb this article in full, rather than piecemeal.There is a notion…

Ruminations on Pan-Whitism

  What does it mean to be white? I maintain that the categories by which people are grouped so broadly is a deficient American concept, reflective of a somewhat true reality, but an isolated one. There is a character commonality between white Americans, at least some white Americans, regardless it seems of their ancestral roots,…

Racial Kryptonite

My third article at Social Matter is now up, after a long wait to actually get it finished. In it, I tackle the subject of how Leftism manages to hit kill-switches for different races, bringing them to ruin in a way peculiar to whichever race is experiencing the turmoil of its influence. We have more…