Monday, 22 May 2017

FILM REVIEW: ZARDOZ, Natural Order against the Left

John Boorman's films are implicitly white, as they address themes that pertain to people of White European descent, whether historical, philosophical or mythical. For the latter, an example would be the film Excalibur that I recently reviewed. Zardoz is a film that addresses the philosophical. This is another of Boorman's films that the critic Roger Ebert neither understands nor cares for - and I suspect more the latter, for the film is a biting satire directed at creamy bourgeois Leftists. Beyond the satire, which is cutting rather than amusing, Zardoz falls into two categories: dystopian fantasy and sci-fi thriller. As is usual in such films, what is being critiqued is the present - in this case, the mid-1970s.



Saturday, 13 May 2017

FILM REVIEW: EXCALIBUR, Further Right than Far Right

John Boorman's spectacular Arthurian epic Excalibur is one of those films everyone ought to have seen. It is one of those rarest of gems: a film that ennobles the spirit just by dint of having watched it. It is a Gesamtkunstwerk of the highest order that lifts one onto a higher plane, so that when one leaves the cinema, one has the barely controllable urge to do great deeds. And it is a film for the Right - not necessarily for the Alternative Right, but for the True Right, for the Right without compromise, for the Right that is elitist, for the Right that strives for the highest, for the Right that lies beyond the tainted, half-hearted measures of Fascism and National Socialism, yet which eschews despotism and embraces paternalism.




Sunday, 7 May 2017


These are the last two episodes of the series on classical music I recorded with Erkenbrand, the Dutch Alternative Right group. Episode V sees Mr H selecting his choices for discussion, including Henry Purcell, Claude Debussy and a couple of surprises. Mr H and I were on location at the Opera House Cafe, which is part of the opera house building in Vienna, which another Mr H once famously painted. Sadly, the opera house itself had closed by the time we had finished the recording of the show, so we couldn't make the little documentary on the opera house that we wanted.


Sunday, 30 April 2017


When I was growing up in the late '70s and '80s, one popular weekly sitcom on television was Diff'rent Strokes. It told the story of two orphaned Negro children from Harlem, who, upon the death of their mother, go to live with their mother's former boss, who is White, a widower and resides in upmarket Park Avenue, Manhattan. The black children, Willis and Arnold, just so happen to be boys and the widower, Phillip Drummond, just happens to have a young golden-haired daughter, Kimberley, around the same age as the elder brother. I do not think I need to spell out what the show's producers are up to here and the miscegenation angle is pushed in the episode 'Arnold's New Girlfriend', cynically cloaked in the guise of innocent affection between children. Certainly, this sitcom has now been played out many times in real life, with white bourgeois families adopting Negroes as a fashion statement for virtue signalling. It is such a family that gave Rachel Dolezal to the world.


Sunday, 23 April 2017


I am going to start this article with two seemingly unrelated topics, but which, as you will see, form parts related to the title. The first is that I had chance to listen to some of the Savage Hippie podcasts in which Ann Sterzinger, whose talents have been featured in Mjolnir Magazine, participates. The show is run by Edwin Oslan, a Jew, also features David Cole Stein, a Jewish historian with a few minor revisionist views on the Holocaust, and simultaneously denies and alleges being Alt Right in spite of its non-White elements. Oslan plays the usual dual role of claiming to be White and having no group preference while simultaneously claiming privileged status as a Jew and oy veying about muh Holocaust, but it was Episode 12B that was most questionable. In it, Oslan suggested Whites should adopt black babies, a narrative that is also being pushed by other Jews like Ezra Levant of Rebel Media. The second is that this is the time of year when many have just celebrated the fact that a Judaic festival has usurped a European one.




A speech by the late great Rightist thinker Jonathan Bowden has been discovered and uploaded onto Youtube. The speech is from a rump BNP meeting in Leicester from 2008, back when that party was both growing and decaying under then-leader Nick Griffin. Bowden addresses postmodern economics and the banking system, and how this relates to the vast movements of the Massenmenschen as human capital that results in Whites becoming minorities in their homelands - especially as the city of Leicester itself at that time had already become majority non-White. He also tackles old versus new imperialism and how British colonialism benefitted Africa, as opposed to the pointlessness of neo-con invasions.

Thursday, 13 April 2017


Never mind the bollocks, although it's very difficult where John Lydon is concerned. John Lydon, once styled Johnny Rotten, suddenly jumped onto the Brexit and Trump bandwagons and into the headlines a couple of weeks back, which caused a bit of a stir among the chatterers of society. Over the past forty years, Lydon has been groomed as a cultural ambassador by those in power, while playing the old game that he is somehow an anti-establishment rebel. The unfortunate thing is that many on the Alt Right - rather like what happened with Donald Trump - seem to have been taken in by him, so let us take a look at this new 'hero' and the cultural movement known as punk at large, which John Lydon as Johnny Rotten represented.