Monthly Archives: May 2016

The Cuckservative Betrayal

Cuckservative: How “Conservatives Betrayed America by John Red Eagle and Vox Day Castalia House, December 4th, 2015 If you’re a regular reader of Vox Day’s blog then you’ve kind of read his non-fiction books before they’re published. Vox will post … Continue reading

Posted in Book Reviews, Politics, Society | Tagged , | 1 Comment

Peter Hitchens versus Evil

  I hate watching Q&A – normally. It is more or less nothing but an act of confirmation bias for the most loathsome people in Australia. The panel is usually comprised of three leftists, one moderate/weak politician and perhaps one … Continue reading

Posted in Politics, Religion, Society | Tagged | 1 Comment

Hilaire Belloc on Islam

A few months ago I finished reading ‘The Great Heresies’ by Hilaire Belloc. Belloc was both a contemporary and friend of G.K. Chesterton who I have long admired and I can’t believe I was until recently unfamiliar with him. I’ve … Continue reading

Posted in Politics, Religion, Society | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Make Education Local Again

Yes, another Trump inspired post. I won’t apologise, he’s the most exciting thing to happen to politics in years. Openly questioning immigration policy and even suggesting that Muslim immigration be halted? More recently in a speech stating: “The nation-state remains … Continue reading

Posted in Education, Politics, Society | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment