Category: Political Correctness/Totalitarian Humanism

How State-Capitalism Co-opts the Left

Some interesting observations from Troy Southgate on why the Left fails through co-optation, and why the Western world is drifting leftward culturally even as state-capitalism is tightening its grip. “The concluding paragraph in ‘Cultures of Post-War British Fascism’ (Routledge, 2015), by John E. Richardson of Loughborough University, in […]

Peter Tatchell and the Total State

Like Sean, I have some level of respect for Peter Tatchell. However, these troubling statements of his indicate what I have always said, i.e. that any ideological system, no matter how much it may seem to represent “good causes,” can be twisted towards state-centric and authoritarian ends. Additionally, […]

With the rise of the alt-right, Latino white supremacy may not be a contradiction in terms

Soon there will be articles in the press discussing the serious and imminent dangers posed by African-American white supremacists. “Clayton Bigsby is not just a fictional character!” By Gabriela Resto-Montero Mic   White nationalists, neo-Nazis and members of the alt-right exchange insults with counterprotesters as they enter Emancipation […]

Political correctness isn’t the problem

The problem I see with the line of argumentation that’s being made in this piece is the implicit assumption that because right-wing authoritarians actually exist (duh?) and that many representatives of the centrist establishment are scumbags (duh?), that left-wing authoritarianism does not exist, or is somehow not problematic. […]

Christians Are Not Victims of Discrimination, Liberals Say After Discriminating Against Christians

By Napp Nazworth Christian Post Almost daily I encounter messages saying that conservative Christians should stop “pretending” to be victims of discrimination. I encounter these messages about as often as messages arguing in favor of discriminating against Christians. Why the cognitive dissonance? “Christians haven’t been discriminated against like […]

A Little Less Piousness, Please

A review of The Unique and Its Property by Max Stirner. Translated with a new introduction by Wolfi Landstreicher. Underworld Amusements. By Keith Preston An apparently controversial publisher has issued a new translation of a controversial book. The original work in question is Max Stirner’s egoist classic, originally […]

Funding the Enemy: War and Welfare

From March last year: Ann Sterzinger’s libertarian solution to the Islamist problem. The welfare state is a gravy train for ISIS. If the welfare state doesn’t end in Europe, the welfare state will end Europe. And future historians will look back on the way the West ended and […]