A review of “A Fair Hearing: The alt-right in the words of its members and leaders” from Arktos Media

A review of “A Fair Hearing: The alt-right in the words of its members and leaders” from Arktos Media

A Fair Hearing: The Alt-Right in the Words of Its Members and Leaders. Edited by George T. Shaw and Daniel Friberg. Arktos Media Ltd. May 9, 2018. A Fair Hearing is an anthology of prominent alt-right (or more generally dissident right) thinkers and writers. It was produced to give a fair overview…

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Why games go politically correct

Before gamergate was a thing, I wrote an article on how the Mass Effect series got progressively worse because of typical prig prog antics. Given that most gamers are apolitical and generally dislike preachy politics being added to their games, it isn’t obvious why game companies would be so willing to…

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Who are stronger, men or women?

Who are stronger, men or women?

The following is an excerpt from the book “Smart and Sexy” by Roderick Kaine; a book mainly about the biological causes of sex differences in intelligence. However, it also branches out into to topics which are closely related culturally or politically. For example, the same cultural milieu which enables the…

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How expensive are women?

How expensive are women?

The following is an excerpt from the book Smart and SeXy by Roderick Kaine. For additional excerpts and reviews please see this page. Please see “women and the university” for a related discussion on female educational choices. “Vanity Marketing: for women only” is a good discussion on female susceptibility to…

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Autism and the Extreme Male Brain

Autism and the Extreme Male Brain

As you know from my last post, altright.com is down and it is unclear when it will be coming back. Arktos helped run altright.com and also hosted the excerpts for their books on that site. This includes excerpts from my book, Smart and sexy which is on gender differences in…

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Western Civilization documentaries: Connections 2 by James Burke

Western Civilization documentaries: Connections 2 by James Burke

16 years after the first Connections series came out, James Burke came back with a follow-up in 1994 and includes references to the additional technological advances in that time frame. The content is largely similar but this one has a format of 20 half an hour episodes rather than 10…

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Western Civilization documentaries: The day the universe changed by James Burke

Western Civilization documentaries: The day the universe changed by James Burke

Click here for a link list of Kenneth Clark’s Civilisation series as well as James Burke’s connections 1. The day the universe changed is also created by James Burke and follows a similar style as that documentary. In this one, though, it tends to focus on how the development of…

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Western civilization documentaries: Connections 1 by James Burke 1978

Western civilization documentaries: Connections 1 by James Burke 1978

In my last post, I embedded videos for all thirteen parts of Kenneth Clark’s Civilisation series. A great documentary. Its focus was on changes in art, philosophy, and architecture in the west over time since the middle ages. In this post, I provide a link list to the 10 episodes of…

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Western civilization documentaries: Kenneth Clark’s Civilisation

Western civilization documentaries: Kenneth Clark’s Civilisation

The British and American spelling of civilization is different…  Anyway, when I first started /r/darkenlightenment a few years ago one of the earlier posts I made was a youtube link compilation of the thirteen episodes of Kenneth Clark’s Civilisation series. Civilisation focuses on the changes in Western philosophy, art, and…

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Red Ice interview about the new feminist propaganda book “Testosterone Rex” by Cordelia Fine

Red Ice interview about the new feminist propaganda book “Testosterone Rex” by Cordelia Fine

Roderick returns to Red Ice to discuss Testosterone Rex. Written by feminist Cordelia Fine, the book is a biased attempt to dismiss biological differences between the sexes. As Roderick explains, Testosterone Rex is politics first, and science second. Nevertheless, Testosterone Rex won the (once) prestigious Royal Society prize for book science book of the year. We…

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Review of the Adnauseam (Ad Nauseam) adblocker and how to install it on chrome

Review of the Adnauseam (Ad Nauseam) adblocker and how to install it on chrome

So in my recent post, I went over google’s new and extreme policy of censorship.  I suggested that everyone install the adnauseam adblocker because it blocks ads, obviously, but also because it spoofs the ads by sending fake click data back to whoever delivers the ads. That means it sends google…

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Power, Sex, Suicide: Or why do genders exist in the first place?

Power, Sex, Suicide: Or why do genders exist in the first place?

Image Source There has been a lot of crap happening the last few weeks, so I thought a not particularly political post might be a nice respite for some. Please bear with the large digressions in this post. It may not seem like it, but it is all related in…

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Lesbians are Sub-standard, Imitation Men

Lesbians are Sub-standard, Imitation Men

For the most part, I consider lesbians/feminists to be essentially the same group because of the degree of overlap. At least if you restrict the meaning of “feminist” to include only those actively and fervently going out to protest or causing various problems with some intensity. I consider a woman…

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PCU

PCU

The Hestia Society has recently created an “official” forum for neoreaction and the Dark Enlightenment. One of the first forum posts asked what movies or TV shows are out there which aren’t completely drenched with progressive nonsense. As I and others have detailed, many forms of entertainment and writing are…

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The Kite Runner

The Kite Runner

I was recently asked to help a 9th grader with a “research paper” that was supposed to be related to a book he was assigned to read in class. This book was called “The Kite Runner.” I had never read this book before, so I was limited to focusing on…

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