As part of a new series of articles, I will begin exploring some of the stranger and more esoteric aspects of our current political and spiritual situation, occasionally delving into the weird on a wider scale. Whilst not giving any space to bizzare conspiracy theories or mere ghost stories, I will instead cover that which is firmly rooted in reality but defies what one one may expect of reality. The paranormal may be given mention where belief in it has influenced our reality. In this first installment I will give a brief look at the mind control program MKULTRA and consider how the thinking of Western populations is informed of present.
Continue reading “Eerie Europa: MKULTRA and the Denazification of Europe”
Were I to follow the lead of the collective, colourful oppressed of Western Europe, I’d perhaps find much at fault in Japan. Much to be triggered by. I’d weep as my fingers sweating with the intolerant summer heat, hammered out allegations of hate. One feels as though the country is waiting for the witchfinder to show up, the husks and scraps of ‘racism’ in Europe no longer paying out as they once did, the green pastures of the East beckon.
Continue reading “Thought on McDonalds”
Back in 2012, writing for a left wing web based Japanese news rag, Terry Boardman posed the question ‘is Shintaro Ishihara the most dangerous man in Japan’. The Japan Times gave this article the go ahead and the usual whining and hysterics followed, a less pornographic Men Behind The Sun designed to associate pro-Japanese sentiment with horror and cruelty.
Continue reading “The Importance of Being Dangerous”
This year, Independence Day in America will see the release of The Final Purge. A deeply anti American film, released in time to emphasize its already heavy handed and clumsy anti American spirit. In keeping with a popular, contemporary trope Non-Europeans are ruthlessly subjugated and murdered by a cult-like group of villainous whites. We have seen it in Far Cry 5, as a charismatic and psychotic in equal measures WASP religious leader runs an end of the world cult with his iron fist and fiery Christian rhetoric. The Last of us Part Two will also feature a violent, fearsome WASP cult leader as a central villain.
Continue reading “Ideas for Hollywood”
Sadly, neither the opinions nor assertions of Heather Jones go challenged in this thirty minute exchange between two people with a shared dislike for the alt right. The podcast last gave her a platform when she was still ‘traditionalist’. The monotone drawl of Heather Jones leaves one feeling she is emotionally detached from the subject she is discussing, and there is a painful lack of depth to any of her perspectives. There is one significant contradiction that plays out throughout the conversation and a great deal that simply left me scratching my head.
Continue reading “Heather Jones on Challenging Opinions”
I find myself saying more and more often, ‘they could never make this today,’ in response to television and film prior to 2010. You can go so far back that the rulebook is thrown out of the window altogether and the constraints of political correctness were simply not taken into account full stop. I don’t like the term political correctness, but in this context cultural Marxism perhaps sounds slightly too esoteric. We understand how leftism has developed, mutated and expanded over the past several years. We see that political correctness never went ‘mad’, it has in fact gone entirely to plan and remains on its all annihilating course with devastating precision. Media that wouldn’t be met with approval today serves as a kind of marker as to how far we’ve allowed ourselves to be censored.
Continue reading “My New Best Friend and Extraordinary Teens”
I am increasingly averse to the grotesque in art, shock value does little to draw me in. It wasn’t always that way, the disturbing and deranged was intertwined with most the music and art I enjoyed. There was a sort of elitism in exceeding others tastes and pushing the envelope to further extremes. There was a sense of accomplishment in having plumbed the depths into films like August Underground, it spoke nothing to me on a personal level but I felt more cultured for having suffered any kind of visual or aural disturbance in the name of art.
Continue reading “Flower Power VS Aesthetic”