It seems, in order to be lionized in the social sciences, one must be fixated on raping children, subverting one's culture to dissolution, or misrepresenting obscurantist pseudoscience as fact. The staggering effort to rehabilitate one of the most grotesque figures of the last century as a compassionate messianic visionary of
Regular readers will know ending up on this page as a "curious case" never bodes well. Following in the footsteps of humble martyrs everywhere, agent provocateur Lauren Southern recently produced a feature film-length (!) mea culpa / apologia / auto-ethanography - detailing the conspiracy against her by a raving hive of narcissistic adult
If lesbian feminist Marxists organising Maoist riots and embezzling millions of dollars from white liberal women into property wasn't weird enough for you already, it turns out the whole thing was Occult religious rite. According to public conversations, BLM's founders are priestesses of a nutty West African religion named Ifa.
The coordinated attacks on Joe Rogan have ended up providing a fascinating look into how they are organised. Through a layered maze of obscure, opaque front organisations, political operatives launder curated material designed to spread calumny which will colour the public's opinion of someone and ensure it cannot be traced
We all know it when we see it. Audiences are experts in sensing – and ignoring - the intentions of writers and filmmakers when they attempt to surreptitiously program their perception of reality. Stalin became fascinated with it and made the industrial capture of the art form a top political priority.
From the Black Liberation Army to Womens' Liberation to the Gay Liberation Front to Black Lives Matter, all rights movements have co-opted tactics linking back to the Soviet Union to achieve their goals: manipulating language, demanding "justice" for injury, pathologising detractors, infiltrating institutions, suppressing dissent, indoctrinating children, and worse. All
Outlawing Critical Race Theory and other "divisive concepts" in the education system is a welcome step, but it doesn't address the much bigger problem underneath. "Divisive" doesn't necessarily mean "bad", intellectually-speaking: Galileo and Darwin were divisive; debates divide at the end to discover the result. For sixty years, academics have