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Mau Mau in Vietnam

One of the clichés of the popular mythology of America’s Vietnam experience is that blacks were disproportionately its heroes and victims; but was their contribution to the war effort uniformly … Continue reading

September 7, 2018 · 9 Comments

The Awesomely Racist Making of an Eighties Action Classic

One of my earliest memories of seeing an action movie projected on the big screen is when my father took me to see Dolph Lundgren in Red Scorpion in 1989. … Continue reading

September 2, 2018 · 6 Comments

Filthy French

I have written before about the genesis of stereotypes in germs of actuality1. This reality, furthermore, is hardly limited to those negative traits we associate with obnoxious members of other … Continue reading

August 27, 2018 · 25 Comments

“Digging That Black Cat”; or, Sweden’s National Karmic Darkness

Do nations have collective karmas? The United States, according to one Huffington Post opinionator, has “bad karma” because of “homophobia and racism” – “spiritual vermin, eating us from the inside.”1 … Continue reading

August 22, 2018 · 7 Comments

Expropriation without Compensation: The Mining Connection

Boer advocacy organization AfriForum has recently publicized a document that appears to be a leaked list of the properties that the government of South Africa intends to expropriate from whites … Continue reading

August 15, 2018 · 21 Comments

The “Third Force” in the Discourse on South Africa’s Farm Murders

This has been a banner year for raising awareness about the continuing murders of Boer farmers in the “Rainbow Nation” of South Africa – due in no small part to … Continue reading

August 8, 2018 · 22 Comments

Laurenco Marques to Los Angeles: The Story of the Mozambique Drill

Seënwense vanuit die VSA vir Suidlanders…👌🏻 pic.twitter.com/eHHUBhjmDD — Gustav Müller (@Gustav_Muller_) July 13, 2018 It may surprise the reader – or, then again, it might make perfect sense – to … Continue reading

July 13, 2018 · 4 Comments

Rhodesia’s Crippled Eagles: America’s Soldiers of Fortune

As highlighted previously at Skynet, many Americans during the 1970s took more than a casual interest in the plight of embattled Rhodesians, seeing in them brother defenders of a free … Continue reading

July 8, 2018 · 15 Comments

White America Recognizes Itself in the Rhodesian Mirror

Concurrently with the ostensible threat from communist domino-toppling in Southeast Asia, American conservatives in the 1960s and 1970s found themselves preoccupied with developments in African countries undergoing decolonization. “For those … Continue reading

June 30, 2018 · 9 Comments

A “New Element” in Postcolonial Africa

Being the seeker after the obscure that I am, I’ve been perusing some Soviet commentaries on the politico-economic situations in various African countries during the 1960s, following ostensible independence from … Continue reading

June 24, 2018 · 10 Comments