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…

The Decline of London

Apologies for the week’s absense. Things have gotten incredibly busy recently, which also explains why I haven’t had a Youtube video up in a long time. Hopefully we will get one up by the end of this month. In any case, this is my latest contribution to Social Matter, some casual reflections of my recent…

Reconsidering Nostalgia

The word ‘nostalgia’ comes from the Greek  nóstos, meaning homecoming, and álgos, meaning pain. Strangely enough for an emotion so commonplace, the word for this feeling was not coined until the 17th Century. Today, academic references to nostalgia usually concern its therepeutic aspects as a method of combatting clinical depression and anxiety. Any analysis of…

One Of Us?

I don’t want to write about the Trump administration. God knows I’m tired of writing about it, but every time I turn around it is doing something which defies expectation and convention. Pandemonium unleashed on the US political scene necessitates some thought regarding its architect. I had previously glossed over the importance of Steve Bannon,…

America’s Color Revolutionaries

(This article can be found published at Katehon here, but many of the adjoining links were lost in translation, so I reproduce it with them included below) From the outsider’s perspective, the United States appears to have entered the peak stages of a psychotic meltdown over its newly elected president Donald J. Trump. His election…