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Gloving the Golem

The decline and collapse of the Soviet Union and the relaxation of emigration restrictions in the Second World would witness an exodus of Jews from formerly socialist republics to the … Continue reading

January 6, 2019 · 17 Comments

Deep Piranha

On one level, 1978’s Piranha, released by Roger Corman’s New World Pictures in the wake of the popularity of Jaws and waves of other nature-themed horror movies of the period, … Continue reading

December 30, 2018 · 12 Comments

Anti-Semitic Anarchism in the Ukraine? The Truth about Makhno and the Jews

Anarchism, while historically a heavily Jewish movement, has also produced figures – seminal Russian apostle of anarchy Mikhail Bakunin among them – who in specific instances have been critical of … Continue reading

November 30, 2018 · 12 Comments

Stalin, Palestine, and the Zio-Soviet Split

Sovietism and Zionism, despite undeniable intersection, were ultimately not identical or of a single purpose. At stake in Zio-Soviet relations during the 1940s was the question of whether the Israeli … Continue reading

November 10, 2018 · 20 Comments

Muzzling Mitchum

Before Thunderdome shitlord Mel Gibson became the establishment’s least favorite Hollywood A-lister for his unabashedly critical comments on Judaic influence, Thunder Road hellraiser Robert Mitchum had his own career non-fatality … Continue reading

October 27, 2018 · 33 Comments

The Globalist Strangulation of a Great Chicago Legacy

Among those forces doing their utmost to thwart the Trumpist agenda and the rising populist consciousness in the United States are the champions of “global cities” – municipal nodes of … Continue reading

October 6, 2018 · 10 Comments

Dark Star Risible: Gary Lachman’s Goofy Exploration of the Trumpian Occult

I'm only a few pages into your pathetic Alt-Right cash-in book and already regard it as an instant camp classic. Thanks for the unintentional laughs, sir. https://t.co/r941q6zcEt — R. Chlodwig … Continue reading

June 17, 2018 · 26 Comments

A British Lady Politely Permits Herself to Notice Something

The novelist Pamela Hansford Johnson, who was assigned in 1966 to cover the trial of murderer Ian Brady and his accomplice Myra Hindley for The Sunday Telegraph, later published a … Continue reading

December 26, 2017 · 43 Comments

Louis-Ferdinand Céline: “Communist of the Soul”

Louis-Ferdinand Destouches, who achieved notoriety as a novelist under the nom de plume Céline, channeled the dark energy of his tumultuous times. He served in the French army during the … Continue reading

November 15, 2017 · 16 Comments

Uzis on the Zambezi: Israel’s Secret Relationship with White Rhodesia

“When white Rhodesia was struggling to survive, the United States was there to help,” asserts Benjamin Beit-Hallahmi, “with U.S. oil companies – Mobil, Texaco, and Standard Oil of California – … Continue reading

October 14, 2017 · 19 Comments