History/Culture

The Double Standard of Black Racism

When I was a child, I assumed racism was something that happened when my parents were children. I assumed it was over, and I lived my life accordingly. Then I moved to a city that was more black than white and soon realized what a naive fool I had been. Racism is alive and well.… Continue reading The Double Standard of Black Racism

Current Events, History/Culture

The Inferiority Complex of Diversity

Within this egalitarian wonder that is the modern world, we are often reminded that "diversity is strength" and that the socio-ethnic plurality of a group is crucial to its success (of course, in an economic sense, diversity may be a large source of strength but in this context it refers to a variety of skills… Continue reading The Inferiority Complex of Diversity

Politics/Economics

Libertarianism is not Egalitarianism

Please Consider Purchasing A Copy Of White, Right, and Libertarian In recent years, the more leftist or progressivist libertarians have increasingly promoted egalitarianism. There is a sort of contemporary presumption that libertarianism requires a variety of egalitarian tendencies.  That is to say, we are told that as libertarians, we ought to vocalize our support and enthusiasm… Continue reading Libertarianism is not Egalitarianism

Current Events, History/Culture

The Bizarre Alliance Between Islam And Feminism

Please Consider Purchasing A Copy Of White, Right, and Libertarian https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-V6-9UHLh3I Avowed champions of venerable social justice causes often boast their love for the downtrodden and less prosperous collective groups. In pursuing such "noble" egalitarian pretenses, historical wrongs must be righted. Modern multicultural Western society has been diced up into groups and ranked by how oppressed… Continue reading The Bizarre Alliance Between Islam And Feminism

History/Culture

Professors Are Priests, SJWs The Congregation

Universities have become a specter of what they once represented – higher learning, rational inquiry, empiricism and science. Today, universities are a bacchanalia of pseudo-science, mysticism and superstition. The meteoric rise of social justice, hailing from the New Left of the 1950s, has orchestrated a formidable cultural overhaul throughout Western universities. The free speech movement… Continue reading Professors Are Priests, SJWs The Congregation