Former Pro-Life Activist and Minister Rob Schenck Now Regrets His Activism, Promotes New Book

– 14 July 2018 –


Rob Schenck was a pro-life activist who probably helped save hundreds of babies from abortion in the 1980’s and 90’s. Now he regrets his activism because he feels he made some women too uncomfortable and, more especially, he may have indirectly inspired the murders of a few abortion doctors.

From NPR:

Evangelical minister Rob Schenck was once a militant leader of the anti-abortion movement, blockading access to clinics to prevent doctors and patients from entering.

But after more than 20 years in the movement, Schenck experienced a change of heart. Though firm in his evangelicalism, he has disavowed his militant anti-abortion stance.

“I live with regret,” he says of some of his former tactics. “I remember women — some of them quite young — being very distraught, very frightened, some very angry. Over time, I became very callous to that.”

Schenck now sees abortion as a moral and ethical issue that should be resolved by “an individual and his or her conscience” — rather than by legislation.

And now he’s promoting his book to inspire us with his wondrous change of heart.

Schenck’s new memoir, Costly Grace, tells the story of the different phases of his religious and political life and explains why he changed — and how he now preaches a more inclusive message, embracing the people he once demonized.

“Hello, fellow Evangelical Ministers!”

All because a few people didn’t like how he made them feel bad.

I will tell you that my acceptance of that responsibility had to come only after a long period of reflective prayer, of listening deeply to those who were gravely affected by those murders, in therapy with my own — I will be careful to say — Christian therapist, who helped me come to terms with what really happened and how I may have contributed to those acts of violence through my rhetoric, and eventually in a confrontation, a very loving one but nonetheless an encounter, a very strong, very powerful encounter, with the relative of one of the doctors shot and stabbed. … And it was … actually at a Passover Seder table when I was confronted very gently and very lovingly by a relative who happened to be a rabbi of that one abortion provider. In that moment, I realized my own culpability in those in those terrible, terrible events.

So a few abortion practitioners were murdered in the 80’s and 90’s, so now Schenck has a complete change of heart, and he’s selling a book describing his inspirational journey from a young Jewish kid to conservative Episcopal activist to progressive Catholic priest. The book even has the obligatory anti-Trump chapter.

One wonders if this ethnic Jew would reject hate speech laws or anti-discrimination laws in favor of individual conscience. Somehow I doubt it.

It’s strange how so many supposedly conservative Christians are gradually rejecting the traditions of their fathers in favor of solipsistic, emotionalist, conformity to the modernist liberal culture. The recent case of Orthodox Metropolitan Kallistos Ware comes to mind, although several other examples exist. What force suddenly makes them turn their backs on the ways of their grandfathers and great-grandfathers in favor of beliefs that align them in perfect harmony with the liberal humanist paradigm?

Many of these turn-coats no doubt grow weary of the constant societal peer pressure; their priorities are material or social, grounded in this world rather than the next. Others, more sincere but no less foolish, accept the nonsense that to hate the sin means that they hate the sinner; and they want to love everyone, right?

How many of their spirits have lost their connections to the Word of God? How many of them have any concept of the ancient Christian traditions that guided the Faith for so many centuries? These sad fools doubt their compasses while they have forgotten the stars. They drift blindly along the currents of death.

But Rob Schenck’s change of heart is no surprise at all. He was raised Jewish and his frequent references to his co-ethnics suggest that he remains essentially Jewish in his worldviews.


Interfaith Harmony is a Weapon Against Truth

– 12 February 2018 –


To celebrate the UN’s Interfaith Harmony Week, Canadian immigrant Zile Singh says that the only way to be truly religious is to become “inter-faith,” that is, to accept every other religion as just as valid as our own.

via The Link Paper:

The United Nations General Assembly on October 20, 2010 proclaimed the first week of February each year as the “World Interfaith Harmony Week”. The Assembly encourages all States to support the initiative so that there could be mutual understanding, harmony and cooperation among the people of different faiths.

The UN created the “World Interfaith Harmony Week” in 2010 as proposed by Jordan’s King Abdullah II “to promote harmony between all people regardless of their faith.” In turn, World Interfaith Harmony Week stemmed from Abdullah’s “A Common Word” in 2007, which promotes dialogue and understanding between Christians and Muslims. A Common Word was inspired from Abdullah’s 2005 “Amman Message“, which hoped, during the U.S. neocon War on Terror, to reach a consensus among the world’s Muslims what “Islam is and what it is not, and what actions represent it and what actions do not.”

So, all in all, World Interfaith Harmony Week is a vehicle for the world to accept that Islam is a non-threatening religion through the guise of mutual understanding of all religions. Supposedly this makes it easier for us to accept Muslim terrorism, Muslim refugee invasions, and other acts of Muslim aggression wherever these peace lovers march. “They’re not all that way,” so we shouldn’t resist the Muslim’s advance.

Multi-culti wonderland.

Zile Singh continues. . . .

Interfaith (Inter-religious) harmony is to understand the reality of all faiths and then act upon developing a cordial relationship . The cardinal principle of all faiths(religions) is to create an atmosphere of love, peace and well-being of all individuals in the society.

[. . .]

Inter-faith or Inter-religious dialogue should not be only on ideas but on practice as well. The theory and the practice should match. One should not try to teach each other of his faith’s superiority. Dialogue should be for learning things of the other faith and if possible to practise it on a day to day basis. But it is not. Have we bowed to each other’s deities in their places of worship, or have we shared each others food in their homes? Have we allowed our children to meet and have good relationships? For a truly faithful and religious person, all tags of Christian, Hindu, Muslim, Buddha, Sikh, Jain etc., dissolve as soon as he starts dwelling in the universal eternity. A truly religious person knows that ‘ all roads lead to Rome’.

Singh says that since all religions seek peace and love and happiness, then they should all share each other’s special meals and bow to each other’s gods, and that we’re not truly faithful in our religions unless we do so. After all, every religion is the same under the hood, right?

If anyone thinks that he is religious and does not bridle his tongue, this man’s religion is vain. True religion is the quest for the ideal life. This involves the quest of seeking truth and not developing theories and then asserting them as facts.

[. . .]

. . . Countries like India and the United States have also not remained unaffected by the “rise of conservative religious ideologies, increase in vigilantism and violence against minorities” and “the dissenting voice and white supremacy” respectively.

And of course, those of us who stick to our belief that our religion is actually true, that it matches objective reality, follow a flawed version of Singh’s idea of religion.

This is an easy stance for Singh to take. He is a visible minority in a prostrate white nation—Canada—and, with a last name of ‘Singh‘, he is presumably Sikh by background if not religion. Sikhs don’t really have set beliefs about the supernatural. According to his bio at the end of his article, Singh is a “Vipassana Meditator“. So basically he believes only in peace and harmony and that human existence is marked by “impermanence, suffering or unsatisfactoriness, and the realisation of non-self.” It’s easy for someone who doesn’t really believe in anything but feelings to take the stance that everyone else should forget their beliefs in order to play nice together. Then nations like Canada will remain more open to immigrants like him who threaten to overwhelm the original Canadian colonist population. Though it’s possible that he isn’t conscious of it, Singh’s message boils down to self-interest for him and his kind.

In practice, whether he intends the result or not, Singh’s views represent the destruction of traditional, biblical Christianity and the demographic displacement of every white nation on Earth. Our global elites presumably hope for something even more, a world where every nation is ethnically blended, and where religion means little more than dress up and outward rituals.

Planting Forests: How We Can Restore Our Fallen White Communities

– 9 February 2018 –


In towns and cities across North America, and probably in the rest of the developed world, people have lost a sense of community with their neighbors and their fellow citizens. They are just clumps of strangers.

How many of us have ever introduced ourselves to our next-door neighbors? How many of our coworkers do we identify with at all? How often do we strike up conversations with strangers versus how often do we try to avoid even making eye contact with these increasingly incomprehensible, alien people?

How many of us ever see our cousins and aunts and uncles, or even know who they are?

It wasn’t always this way. Extended families used to matter. People used to welcome new neighbors, and they felt comfortable talking to strangers about more than just the weather. When someone’s house burnt down, the local community raised money for the victims and donated furniture and clothes and toys. Neighbors had barbecues and they fixed cars and roofs together. In most places, people could expect their neighbors to share most of their culture and values. Community wasn’t always the 1950’s ideal, but it was a helluva lot better than the lonely institutionalized wasteland that we inhabit today, where everything costs money, nobody is really safe, and nothing is personal.

Some of us have grown tired of endless consumption, self-absorption, and spiritual emptiness. We are tired of seeing a world full of strangers who have less and less in common with ourselves and each other. We are sick of having no one we can trust. We are disgusted with seeing our friends and families, and particularly our children, devolve into little more than their ugliest animal desires, depressed and dysfunctional.

We want our nations back, we want our communities back, and we want our families back. Enough is enough.

Building White Communities

At present very little remains of true communities that we can restore. Instead we have false communities that have grown around Harry Potter or Harley Davidson or wine tasting events, or even Sunday Christian pop concerts.

To restore our communities, we will have to grow them almost from scratch. In the 20th century, generations ceased to hand down their old traditions. The modern, scientific world always seemed superior. The old ways were obsolete. Now, most people have never experienced a mutually supportive, active community. And there is almost no community left for us to restore.

So where do we start?

We can’t simply manufacture communities like machines. True communities have to be planted. They grow organically, like trees.

To grow a tree, one needs to plant a strong seed in good soil where it will be nourished and won’t be disturbed, where it has room to grow and thrive.

Likewise, a long-lived community starts with a few high-quality people working in a moral, nourishing environment where outside influences can be limited, but where the community can still attract like-minded new members.

Good Seeds

The first thing that a brand new prospective community will need is people, a group of morally upright people who share common goals and a common worldview. They don’t have to match perfectly, but they have to be able to sacrifice together, spend time together, and work together for their overall benefit, and for the benefit of those under their care.

It’s important that these ‘seed’ people live up to their morals. If they are too flawed, then the community will die before it even has a chance to sprout. The stronger the morals of these people, the better chance their community will flourish.

Good Soil

Even the best of seeds won’t begin to grow without good soil.

The soil is the shared values, the purpose, and the social environment of the community.

Ideals such as chastity, honesty, hard work, duty, loyalty, respect, and honor should be clearly and explicitly encouraged. Respect for members’ lives, their family duties, their liberties, and their properties must be upheld for people to tolerate life in the community.

Would-be communities must also develop mutual trust among their members. Community leaders, which will naturally and continually arise, and rank and file members should all be seen to mutually sacrifice for their goals and help others when needed. Hypocrites and parasites break down social order.

These are the healthy values that will serve as the foundation—the soil—of a would-be community.


Good seeds planted in good soil still need plenty of nourishment in the form of water and sunlight. Likewise decent people with strong ideals will fail to grow—individually and collectively—without personal nourishment.

First, community members must be able to make a living for themselves and their families. Without the ability to gain food, clothing, shelter, etc., the members of a community will leave. In other words, the demands of a community shouldn’t interfere with its members ability to provide for themselves.

But community members must be willing to share a portion of their goods and services with the community as a whole. If too many members fail to voluntarily contribute to the needs of the community, then that community will wither and die. And without active involvement, an individual can’t help but estrange himself from his community.

Also, communities should never squander what people have shared. That would violate trust.

Second, communities must create an environment in which people can daily improve themselves and their families, and where they are likely to help others improve. This personal development can take the form of individual growth or advancement, material well-being, social standing, leadership, etc. If the community doesn’t support the growth and advancement of its members, then the people will grow disaffected over time.

Third, communities must mutually support one another, particularly those in need. This further builds trust and a sense of real community.

Some members will end up giving more than they take, and others will take more than they give. Some will work harder than others or show more dedication. To some extent, this disparity can’t be avoided. The important thing is the attitude of the people. Givers and producers should have an attitude of service, in cases of charity expecting nothing in return; takers should have an attitude of humility and thanksgiving; takers should never complain that they deserve more. Instead those who take more should try to contribute however they can to the community.

Fourth, new communities should develop their own culture through shared activities, festivities, and the development of unique art, entertainment, and history.

When people can live full lives in their new community, reaping mutual and individual benefits, then the community will serve as a vehicle for life. And it will continue to grow.

Free From Disturbance

The growing sapling, even in the best soil with plenty of water and sunlight, must remain free of destructive environmental forces in order to prosper. Diseases, pests, exposure to strong winds and flooding can all kill a young tree before it reaches maturity.

Likewise, the would-be community must be able to pursue its growth reasonably free from external threats and disturbances.

To minimize the threats of enemies, it is best to plant communities far away from large enemy populations. And while they develop, communities should avoid antagonizing their enemies any more than constructively necessary.

But new communities should also avoid too much isolation. It’s easier for enemies to destroy a stand-alone, isolated small community than if that community is surrounded by non-members whom the enemy doesn’t wish to alienate. Human shields, if you will. The days of hiding a community in a remote wilderness are pretty much impossible today.

Something should also be said about proximity of members. Ideally, community members should live close enough together that they can easily meet every day if they want. The more that members of a community can share their lives in both work and recreation, the stronger that community will grow. To whatever extent possible, the would-be community would be wise to encourage its members to live near one another while avoiding outright ghettoization (which can make the community an easy physical target). Overall, the more diffuse the community, the less cohesive.

Communities must provide for their overall security from those who would exploit or attack them. At a minimum, communities should train their members in personal defense and have a system in place where they can call on others to assist them when they are attacked. Systems of regular patrols might be necessary in some cases. If it won’t cause more harm, the people should arm themselves at all times, if only with knives or bludgeons.

In order to remain cohesive, communities should limit their exposure to alien cultures that might lead them astray or corrupt them. This is one of the reasons why it’s important to develop a healthy and engaging community culture.

To maintain safety, order, and discipline, communities should use social pressures, like chastisement or ostracism, or total shunning, to remove those who, willfully or otherwise, would actively destroy the fabric of the community. These social pressures are effective, and there is little that outside forces can do to force a community to undo them.

Room to Grow and Thrive

A tree that is planted from a good seed in good soil, with plenty of water and sunlight, and free from threats, will still lag in development if it doesn’t have room to grow and thrive.

Likewise, for communities to reach the greatest potential, they should be planted where they can best grow.

New communities should be planted where they can attract plenty of new members. If large numbers of good potential candidates can’t be recruited from nearby populations, the growth of the community is restricted.

Also, new communities must have a practical system for assimilating new members. This involves the recruitment of strangers as well as the nurturing of its own youth.

New recruits must be screened to make sure they can fit in with the norms of the community. There should be a period of probation for these members, preferably at least one year, perhaps longer. During this probation, new members should be taught what the community will expect of them, they should work in some form of service, and they should be exposed to community life to a limited extent. When their probation period is complete, the community as a whole, generally speaking, should mutually agree to accept or reject the candidates. Such decisions shouldn’t be made solely by an individual or an elite.

Members’ children and adolescents should likewise undergo training and education, with their community activities and responsibilities gradually increased until they reach adulthood. The rights of parents to raise their children and spend time with them must be respected, but without some form of civic education and community involvement, children are more likely to drift away and ultimately leave the community.

Be Fruitful and Reproduce

As years pass and our communities grow strong and we stand on our own, and our numbers of births exceed our numbers of recruits, our emphasis must focus especially on our reproduction and on raising healthy extended families.

First and foremost, we should strongly discourage contraception while we celebrate large families. It may be difficult for some to grasp how unnecessary a middle-class lifestyle really is for our well-being when we belong to a strong community.

Second, it is vitally important, as our communities grow, that parents maintain their authority over their children, and help them, even after they reach adulthood. Let us reject the concept of ‘once you’re 18 you can do what you want’ as the unnatural innovation that it is. We must approve where our adult children work, where they live, and whom they marry. If they don’t comply, then let us cut them off until they do comply. Without this policy, our communities will surely die.

Third, as our extended families grow, we should stay especially close to our aunts and uncles and nieces and nephews, helping one another day-to-day to raise the children and grandchildren, and providing them with employment and direction as adults. And we must honor our patriarchs and matriarchs, those who sacrificed to build these great families, so that our communities will grow all the more tightly bound.

Close-knit extended families, working together with other families, will preserve wealth, provide stability and security, and will form the backbone to what may grow to become a whole forest of strong communities, a new nation of white men and women.


White communities around the world, particularly in North America, are rapidly dying due to internal and external reasons, mainly due to the scourge of individualistic consumerism.

To counter these trends, new communities must be planted far and wide, communities that together can resist and ultimately overwhelm the alien forces that have invaded our lands.

God willing, as we sacrifice and grow together, we can cherish the hope that we have secured the existence of our people and a future for our white children.


These vague recommendations are well and good, and, frankly, a little obvious. What isn’t so clear is how you expect to apply this utopian apparition to the real world where people tend to focus more on advancing themselves and less on improving the whole. Most people aren’t socialists.


First of all, this is one of several concepts that people used to understand without thinking but now have to be explained and reasoned and argued. Like racial differences, or gender relations, or gender itself.

And the concept isn’t utopian at all, or particularly socialist. This article offers a set of general guidelines that will help communities to grow and prosper as they naturally did before modern times.

And communities exist today, like the Amish or the Mormons, that follow many of these methods.

We will of course have problems and conflicts in our growing communities. Human nature creates internal strife. But if people follow the general philosophy described here, then our developing communities will function more smoothly, grow more quickly, and last longer.

Antebellum: Joyful Times Before the Storm

– 15 May 2017 –

Barzillai “19th Century” Bozarth:

So often the memories of times before a great calamity are colored and distorted by romanticism and nostalgia. It is easy for one to remember golden years filled with prosperity and happiness, all the more heavenly in contrast to the horrors and deprivations that followed.

Yet, in cases where a nation was destroyed, its society uprooted and forcibly transformed, the years preceding such revolutionary changes unquestionably experienced more prosperity and stability and innocence than the bleak years that followed. This was true in the French and Russian revolutions, and it was true for the South in the American Civil War. The following letter demonstrates this fact.

In this letter, written sometime between the years 1850 and 1856, an unknown woman using the pseudonym “Kate Cunnyngham” describes her light-hearted experiences at a fox hunt in rural Tennessee. Several of her letters, which detailed her travels throughout the antebellum South, were compiled in the book The Sunny South, or The Southerner at Home: Embracing Five Years Experience of a Northern Governess in the Land of the Sugar and the Cotton, published in 1860.

Mr. —

Have you ever been fox hunting? If you have, you have seen very respectable, rough and tumble enjoyment ; if yon have not, there are yet before you certain experiences.

I have already spoken of the fine, broadly spread landscape, visible from the portico of Overton Park Lodge. In the late autumnal months when the crops are well gathered, and there is nothing to trample down in the fields, this wide landscape is converted into a vast fox hunting ground, full eleven miles across. By concert the neighboring planters open their fences with many a gap across the country, and so a clear ride of ten or twelve miles is left free to the adventurous huntsman or huntswoman.

Two evenings ago as I was about to mount my beautiful dapple mule, (don’t laugh at my mule, for it is the dearest little fellow with ears like velvet, and feet and fetlocks like an antelope’s, a special gift to me for its beauty and gentleness, from Colonel Peyton,) to pace down the avenue to the turnpike, I was surprised to see suddenly appear in sight a party of seven young gentlemen. They were riding at top speed, and in great glee, and all came dashing up toward the villa at that rapid rate the Tennesseean loves to ride.

“Ah, my boys,” cried the colonel, “who was about to ride out with me, removing his foot from the stirrup, while I hesitated whether to remain on the flight of steps or fly from such a battalion. “Don’t go, Miss Kate. They are only some of the young fox hunters come over to make preparations.”

And before I could escape—

“Miss Conyngham, gentlemen!”

The young men, who drew up their horses on seeing a lady, lifted their caps and hats, and I was struck with their general appearance; four of them being fine-looking, yet dressed in blue linsey woolsey, with boots pulled on over their pantaloons; and the other three in thick coats and caps, or broad felt hats slouched behind—a very common head covering in these parts and not unpicturesque.

Every young man was armed with a gun, and attended at least by two dogs, and beautiful creatures some of them were —not the young men, Mr. —, but the hounds.

“Well, colonel, we have come over to settle upon the day,” said one of the young gentlemen.

“That is right! I like to see the rising generation prompt to engage in such noble sports. I think that the day after to-morrow we will give Reynard our compliments in person. I will have my men ready, and if you will meet me at the edge of the wood, by the lion’s head cliff, at six in the morning, we will do our best for a day’s sport.”

“We’ll be there, colonel,” was the response; “and then we shall stand a chance of bringing down a deer or two,” added one of them. “I saw one on the ridge by the creek as I rode over.”

“No doubt we shall see plenty of sport. And you must accompany us, Miss Kate,” added the colonel turning to me, as I stood with the bridle of my mule in my hand, trying to check his restive movements, for the prancing horses of the young men fired his ambition to prance too.

After suffering myself to be urged a little by two of the young gentlemen, I consented to join the party, if other ladies did so. The cavalcade then escorted us to the gate of the main road, and the horsemen separated each to his own home; while the colonel and I took a forest road, that, after a league’s windings, came out near the villa. As we rode, the colonel entertained me with a great many anecdotes of hunting, from Bruin to the Hare. As we approached the mansion on our return, the avenue was temporarily blocked up by not less than fifty slaves of both sexes; for it was now twilight, and they had just completed their day’s work, and were wending their way to their village, or quartier.

The women carried hoes upon their shoulders, and trudged along, some dull, and with expressionless faces, others laughing and singing. The men, I remarked, were more cheerful than the women, and had more lively countenances. One and all were clad in their coarse white cloth, known as negro cloth— the men with straw hats and the women with handkerchiefs upon their heads. I have not yet seen a negro woman wear a bonnet on Sundays, it is only a gayer kerchief.

As we passed, they drew up on each side of the narrow road for us to pass—the men all taking off, or touching their hats, and replying with a smile to their master’s salutation of “Good evening, boys!” and the women—some of them, slightly nodding, but without the smile. One of them had a huge cotton basket upon her head.
“Peep into it,” said the colonel, as I rode by. I did so, and beheld four little cunning black babies!—they were nestled together, and quite naked. These babies had been taken by their mothers to the field, and while they were at work, were placed under the care of the girl who had them in charge.

I am already getting reconciled to slavery, since I find that it does not, in reality, exhibit the revolting horrors I was taught in the North to discover in it. There are many things to admire and to interest one in the social and domestic condition of the slaves, and I am almost ready to acknowledge that the African is happier in bondage than free! At least one thing is certain: nearly all the free negroes I have ever seen in the North were miserable creatures, poor, ragged, and often criminal. Here they are well clad, moral, nearly all religious, and the temptations that demoralize the free blacks in our northern cities are unknown to, and cannot approach them.

Even many former slaves looked back on their lives before the Civil War with nostalgia, to the point where their narratives are discounted today. In reality, most of them lived harder lives after the war.

As we drew near the front of the villa, my mule, not liking the shrill cry of a superb peacock, which conceived the idea of welcoming us with a song, and a resplendent unfolding of his prismatic-eyed tail, started to run with me at top speed. I am a tolerable rider, and as I could not fall far if I were thrown, the mule being so little and low, I did not feel half the alarm the colonel manifested for my safety, who began to ride after me; when finding his horse only gave fresh impetus to the speed of my mule, he drew rein, and called to a negro man to stop my career. But the mule was not to be stopped. Instead of taking the carriage-way, he bolted across the lawn, and made straight for the stable. To stop him was impossible. I found I might as well pull at a granite column as at his jaws. The door of his stable was open, and I saw that he would only stop at his crib. I measured the ground to spring to it, but the dreadful idea that my skirt might entangle with the horns of the saddle, deterred me. In another moment the stable was reached! The door was open. I threw myself forward, clasped neck and mane, and stooping low went safely in with him. The suddenness with which he stopped at his manger, tossed me into the rack, out of which I was taken unhurt, and with many a joke and laugh upon my mule race. But a mule race is not a fox hunt, you say! Bide a wee, sir.



Ingraham, J. H., “Letter VII.” The Sunny South, or the Southerner at Home, Embracing Five Years’ Experience of a Northern Governess in the Land of the Sugar and the Cotton, 56-60. Philadelphia: G. G. Evans, 1860.


Cycles and seasons govern collective human behavior, whether they are irregular economic cycles from decade to decade, or the lifespan of a nation or civilization across the centuries. Likewise, some primeval force seems to take hold of a people once every human life-span or so, a force that drives a people to stand up and fight their enemies, to die if they have to, to declare that the time for compromise has reached its end because further concessions will ultimately destroy who they are as a people. Sometimes the people aim their wrath at enemies outside the gates, sometimes at the enemies within.

We are living in the cusp of such a time today. Traitors and parasites rule over the white nations of the West. They seek our displacement as a people at the very least, and they are setting the world stage for another fratricidal world war to cement their power. And the white people under their rule remain almost hopelessly confused and divided, ready to kill each other because the time for compromise has reached its limit. The lines are being drawn.

In perhaps months, or maybe a few years, the blood of thousands or millions will flow. And in the years after this season has passed, when whatever remains of the nations struggle to rebuild, the survivors will look back on today’s opulent, relatively peaceful, and carefree years as a golden age. And in many ways, in comparison to the future, maybe these years will actually be golden ones.

As we prepare ourselves for the battles to come, I recommend that we take the time to give thanks for our families and good friends, for the decent people that still exist out there, for good health and good hospitals, for our plentiful food and clean water, and every other joyous and fragile thing that we tend to take for granted. Let us appreciate them while we can.

May the Lord have mercy on us all.

PropOrNot, the Anti-Russian Propaganda Bill, and Why Some of Us Prefer Russian News to American


– 5 December 2016 –


Patulcius-sqIn the aftermath of Trump’s election victory, the American Left is fighting bitterly to overturn, ruin, and disrupt the results. One of the ways they have tried to discredit the various anti-establishment voices is this “fake news” narrative. They seem to be wildly aiming this campaign against the Alt-Right, the #Pizzagate movement, and the alternative news media, along with Russian news outlets and their sympathizers.

On November 24, a Washington Post article warned against the horrors of various—mostly alternative—news outlets which, they say, frequently sympathize with Russia, including popular sites like Zerohedge, Infowars, and the Drudge Report. Most of my personal favorites are included, in fact. The Post cites a report by some mysterious and well-funded organization called PropOrNot which formed at the end of October to bring attention against what they view to be undue Russian influence in various irregular news sites across the political spectrum. It’s actually a useful list; I’ve found some pretty good news sites that I had never heard of. (Watch for them to break their links.)

This PropOrNot business seems to be growing teeth with the passage on 30 November of H.R. 6393: Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2017. A seemingly ordinary and uncontroversial budget bill passed to fund our intelligence services with 390 votes in favor and only 30 opposed. Yet tucked within its verbiage is the ominous section 501, which relates to “active measures by the Russian Federation to exert covert influence over peoples and governments.” From Zerohedge:

A quick skim of the bill reveals “Title V—Matters relating to foreign countries”,  whose Section 501 calls for the government to “counter active measures by Russia to exert covert influence … carried out in  coordination with, or at the behest of, political leaders or the security services of the Russian Federation and the role of the Russian Federation has been hidden or not acknowledged publicly.”

The section lists the following definitions of media manipulation:

  • Establishment or funding of a front group.
  • Covert broadcasting.
  • Media manipulation.
  • Disinformation and forgeries.
  • Funding agents of influence.
  • Incitement and offensive counterintelligence.
  • Assassinations.
  • Terrorist acts.

As ActivistPost correctly notes, it is easy to see how this law, if passed by the Senate and signed by the president, could be used to target, threaten, or eliminate so-called “fake news” websites, a list which has been used to arbitrarily define any website, or blog, that does not share the mainstream media’s proclivity to serve as the Public Relations arm of a given administration.

Curiously, the bill which was passed on November 30, was introduced on November 22, two days before the Washington Post published its Nov. 24 article citing “experts” who claim Russian propaganda helped Donald Trump get elected.

Of course some of us on the Right have grown to prefer our top news from or other Russian sites, and we have come to see the Russian perspective as the usually pro-White, pro-Christian counter to the corrupt lies and manipulations of the major American news outlets. To us, the only country in the world that seems to be moving firmly in a sensible direction is Russia. We don’t have to be propagandized to see this. We genuinely prefer the traditionalist Russian perspective and have deliberately sought it out.

Are there Russian connections to the American Right? Very likely so. Russia has a vested interest. The Obama regime has worked to isolate Russia and overthrow its government. If the U.S. can transform into an ally via Russian influence, great. But if the U.S. falls into civil war and balkanizes, that will work, too. In either scenario, the U.S. will stop working to push Russia into World War III.

Does Russia have America’s best interests in mind? I think they want us to stay out of their sphere of influence but otherwise don’t really care what we do. We should regard them the same way. Russia is following a Russia-first policy; the U.S. should focus on our own interests. The two don’t have to conflict.

Did Russian influence cause Hillary Clinton to lose? No way. Pro-union white men in the rust belt tipped the balance against Hillary. Lack of black turnout didn’t help her either. The establishment is just using this as a cover to attack the anti-establishment Right.

Perhaps the American establishment has good cause to worry about the rise of the white Right.


The Left still whines about Joseph McCarthy and the House Committee on Un-American Activities. During the Forties and Fifties, those two entities kept the Commies in check. But they didn’t go far enough, and ultimately the Left won out, ushering in the dystopia we have today.

The pro-white, pro-Christian American establishment of the 1950’s rightly grew concerned over the growth of Marxist influence (much of it influenced by the USSR). And today’s anti-white, anti-Christian establishment likewise fears the resurgence of a popular and angry pro-white and pro-Christian movement, one that has finally inoculated itself against the Alinskyite tactics of the Left.

In the 1950’s, the Leftists successfully defeated a Joseph McCarthy who, while correct about Communist infiltration, overextended himself, with the cucks of the time successfully sabotaging his efforts. Basically the Constitution tied the hands of the Right against an enemy who uses our laws against us.

Today’s establishment isn’t about to give up without a fight like the overly-civic and overly-sensible white establishment of the 1950’s. They will attempt to repress any influential reaction against them.

Trump Won! Some Random Thoughts


– 9 November 2016 –


Janus-smallUntil about 8 o’clock yesterday, I was certain that the powers-that-be would steal the election from Donald Trump. Yet, despite the united opposition of Leftists and cuckservatives, Trump won the electoral vote.

So what can we expect to happen during Obama’s last few months and during Trump’s first months in office?

Too Close For Comfort

The election was a close thing. Too close. Another four years of even legal immigration at current levels will make it that much harder for a Right-wing candidate to pull off an electoral victory.

Driving around the country, I’ve seen a sea of Trump signs, many of them homemade, in the white countryside, and I’ve seen very few Hillary signs even in urban areas. Yet the cities gave Hillary a higher overall popular vote than Trump (through legitimate turnout or by fraud).

To repeat yesterday’s win in the 2020 election, Trump must not only halt legal as well as illegal immigration, he must drive out a significant number of foreigners or liberals.

Obama’s Last Days

While Obama made a show of civility and cooperation in his address to the nation today, he remains a radical Leftist activist. He and his handlers will do whatever they can to cement the changes they’ve imposed over the last eight years and to push their agendas forward through a Trump presidency.

Obama will probably encourage more racial unrest in cooperation with Soros-funded movements like Black Lives Matter. We may see more riots and marches against the police.

He and his ilk may intentionally create a banking crisis or a stock market crash. They may provoke international instability with Russia or the Middle East, perhaps even causing a war.

It’s amazing that the world’s terrorist attacks took a vacation during the past few months after a year of almost weekly horrors. The United States is ripe for civil unrest right now, and terrorists would be negligent if they didn’t take advantage, whether they are backed by Western traitors or not.

Look for Obama to issue a general pardon of black criminals (including himself and his cabinet), and create some sort of amnesty for illegal aliens. Likewise, he will almost certainly try to flood the country with Muslims while he still can.

Frankly, I will be suspicious if Obama doesn’t do these things to some extent.

Obama will almost certainly not try to stay in office. It’s apparent that he and his wife hate the presidency and can’t wait to leave.


Obama’s multi-culti aides look pleasantly unhappy. Hopefully they flee the country. Nice to see them full of hate and despair for a change.

Trump’s First Days

Unlike Obama, Trump gets things done.

With the Republicans in charge of Congress for at least the next two years, Trump should be able to ram through some drastic changes during that time, particularly in the first 100 days. I expect he will have detailed plans of action ready before he even takes office.

A new Supreme Court justice, the revocation of many of Obama’s executive orders, immigration enforcement, etc.

If Trump is the real deal, his first days in office should be an exciting time.

Sabotage of Trump’s Presidency

Let’s hope that Trump refuses to bend in his attempt to be everyone’s president.

While making a show of ‘working together’, the elites will try to undermine Trump’s presidency. This sabotage will come from both right and left, from Trump’s ideological enemies and from his supposed allies. The cuck Paul Ryan made a pretty fawning speech today, but look for him and his fellow traitors to uphold the interests of the elites to maintain free trade, non-white immigration, and globalism in general.

If left to his own devices, Trump would probably support a very moderate, even liberal, social agenda. Fortunately, the Soros-funded dregs of society will likely force Trump to react against them. Trump will act decisively, perhaps driving further unrest. Trump may not have the luxury to appease them.


It’s still possible that the powers-that-be could assassinate Trump before he takes office. This seems doubtful at this point, considering that they allowed him to win. But if Trump is really opposed to the globalist system, there is a good chance the elites will kill him at some point if he threatens their plans.


Donald Trump could also betray us. Ever since Trump’s remarkably tight win in the Missouri primary, I’ve been suspicious (paranoid?) that the PTB might actually have backed him all along, that he is some sort of false opposition. He did win several key states by very thin margins. If the system is rigged, could it be rigged for Trump?

On the other hand, Trump has shown that he is a man who rewards the loyalty of his followers, even when it isn’t the popular thing to do. For instance, Michael Savage has supported him from the get-go, and Trump called Savage’s radio show on the day of the election when there was no political advantage in doing so. A man like that isn’t likely to deceive so many people who sacrificed to support his campaign.

Regardless of whether Trump is a shill or not, we must remain vigilant to hold Trump’s feet to the fire.


In some ways it’s unfortunate that Hillary didn’t win a close (and likely stolen) election. The pernicious presence of Obama for the last eight years has done wonders in galvanizing patriotic whites to oppose the advance of racial diversity, immorality, and egalitarianism.

Had Hillary defeated Trump, the pressure that brought the Trump candidacy and the alt-right would have continued to rise to ever greater, more deplorable, levels. When it finally exploded, we could have made some dramatic changes for to secure a land for our people.

In the past thirty years, when Republican presidents took office, they never reversed the liberal trends of the predecessors, merely slowed them, and patriots lost their vigilance during those times.

If the Left doesn’t try to ruin the Trump presidency, then today’s patriots might fall asleep once again, allowing society to fully digest homosexuality, fluid gender, and other forms of sickness.


Whatever happens, the next year or two ought to be pretty interesting. Hang on to your MAGA hat.

Billboard That’s Supposed to Attack Trump Proves the Point About Muslims in America


– 18 October 2016 –


Janus-smallA billboard in heavily-Muslim Dearborn, Michigan attacks Donald Trump for his supposed bigotry. The sign translates as “Donald Trump, he can’t read this, but he is afraid of it.”

Nearly all of the 330,000 people who drive past the sign each week can’t read this sign either. The sign will remind many of them that we have too many Muslims in the United States, that they pose a threat to our security and our identity by their very presence here. To top it off, the sign’s white Arabic scribbles on a black background bears a resemblance to the ISIS flag.


They’re only making a political statement, you racist bastards.

Via RT:

The campaign was bought by the Nuisance Committee and cost $4,850.

“We came up with it because we believe that Donald Trump’s hateful rhetoric is not based on reality. It’s based on fear,” Melissa Harris, a Nuisance Committee spokeswoman, told the Detroit Free Press. “And we think that irrational fear is what’s driving his anti-immigrant message.”

At the bottom of the billboard is the web address, which features a timeline of Trump’s previous statements about Muslims.

[. . .]

The Nuisance Committee is co-founded by Max Temkin, whose grandfather Ira Weinstein was shot down over Germany during a World War II combat mission and was interned in a POW camp. At the camp, Weinstein and other Jewish POWs banded together to form a “nuisance committee” to irritate their Nazi captors in ways that wouldn’t get them killed.

The group said “the comparison between Trump and Hitler is intentional.”

More Jews against Donald Trump. They sense a popular threat to their “open society” from people who are tired of a decadent, valueless society full of foreigners meant to displace us.

What’s actually funny about the Jews’ resistance is that Trump himself probably doesn’t pose a serious threat to their order. He’s not going to reverse the moral decline in the country, as he accepts homosexuals and trannies. He loves blacks and plans to create even more programs to falsely elevate them. He might stop illegal immigration, but who cares should they enter through a “big, beautiful door”. A Trump victory could mollify American whites into accepting today’s status quo. (Will I still vote for him? Yes. He’s a gamble. She’s a sure loss. Plus there’s the “fuck you” factor.)

A Trump loss on the other hand will only keep the pressure of resentment rising. The next phase of this resentment will likely make Donald Trump appear as milquetoast as the Tea Party.

If Hillary wins in November, she’d better start that nuclear war quickly before she has a civil war on her hands.

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