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 Whore Enthroned

The excesses of the French Revolution strangely mirror our present predicament in both their ferocity and perversion. While we often cite the period as marking the beginning of the decline, the start of a truly tangible Kali Yuga, it is not as if this path has been smooth, beginning with minor infractions and accelerating to…

Dispatches From the Witch Hunt

It hasn’t been too long since my first essay at Thermidor, but I’m happy to have them host this piece, which was written in response to the very current controversy surrounding various e-celebs being targeted for destruction by SJWs, especially Jon Jafari, who I consider to be a real talent in his own right. Unfortunately…

Alternative Evropa

An article for West Coast Reactionaries. on the divide between the American right and the European right in light of their different situational particulars and historical backgrounds. There is a huge amount of work to be done on both sides, but it may be a different set of tasks in many instances. Thanks to Adam…

Big Sister & Weaponized Nerds

The long-running feud between feminist publishing empires, plus the new wave of social justice warriors, and those fanbases who would be termed ‘nerds’ by most people has been simmering since the heights of Gamergate in 2014. While nerds won the rhetorical and intellectual contest, logistically, the victory belonged to feminists. Game companies are still inserting…

Deploying the Antiversity

Mencius Moldbug said the following concerning his concept of the ‘Antiversity’:“In the First Step, we built the Antiversity – a new intellectual power supply for USG. In the Second Step, patriotic Americans peacefully exercise their democratic rights to disconnect the present power supply, the University, and plug in the Antiversity. Once the Antiversity holds full…