The Inner Logic of Neo-Paganism in Sweden Why All Porno Films Get Remade as Horror Movies

The Inner Logic of Neo-Paganism in Sweden Why All Porno Films Get Remade as Horror Movies

Midsommar is an overly long, ultimately incoherent American horror film set in Sweden. It is the fruit of cross-cultural collaboration. Ari Aster, the film’s director, is a Jew from New York City who was born in 1986 and grew up fascinated with horror movies. Aster felt the film was personally cathartic because it allowed him to combine fascination with the horror genre with the experience of breaking up with his girlfriend, which felt “apocalyptic, like the world is ending.” So, from Aster’s perspective, Midsommar is “a perverse wish fulfillment fantasy,” in which sex leads to horror. Aster is, however, quick to add: “Nobody in the movie is a surrogate for my ex-girlfriend. It’s not like this is what I want to do to my ex, but there is a feeling of you want to set fire to that part of yourself and that part of your life and move on clean because it’s so painful.”

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Morals and Social Justice Constructs in the Marvel Universe - Captain Marvel Reviewed

Morals and Social Justice Constructs  in the Marvel Universe - Captain Marvel Reviewed

The modern age in which we live is one whose first-world nations have politicians counseling the masses on social justice. It is frequent. It feeds the media. It affects our culture. It is to be expected. With particular regards to the arena of visual entertainment, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has appeared at the forefront of this year’s media advocation for social justice and social reform. In relevance to this cultural element, two of Marvel’s 2019 films have been in the spotlight: the mediocre Captain Marvel and the galvanizing Avengers: Endgame. As with most of my reviews, a number of spoilers from both movies will be divulged along the way.

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Straubhaar and the Fuzzy-Wuzzies - Tolkien Encyclopedia Reviewed

Straubhaar and the Fuzzy-Wuzzies - Tolkien Encyclopedia Reviewed

For years past I have continually been conscious of some power behind the malefactor, some deep organizing power which forever stands in the way of the law, and throws its shield over the wrong-doer. Again and again in cases of the most varying sorts . . . I have felt the presence of this force, and I have deduced its action in many of those undiscovered crimes in which I have not been personally consulted. For years I have endeavoured to break through the veil which shrouded it, and at last the time came when I seized my thread and followed it, until it led me, after a thousand cunning windings, to [X]. 

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Mass Shootings, Underage Sex Islands, and the Risk to Our Society

Mass Shootings, Underage Sex Islands, and the Risk to Our Society

It’s no mystery to me why Santino Legan, the 19-year-old who killed three people at the Gilroy Garlic festival screamed out, “I’m really angry” as he opened fire on the crowd. It’s also no mystery why Jeffrey Epstein owned an island where he had sex with countless underage girls. And these two events, which at the surface, seem unrelated, are at their core, caused by the same thing. Human females can procreate, at maximum, once every 9 to 10 months and can do so from menarche until menopause. Human males, on the other hand, can reproduce from about the time they hit puberty, until they die and can do so once every 15 or 20 minutes.

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Armageddon in the Auld Sod The Conflict Between Neo-Paganism & Conservative Catholicism in Modern Ireland

Armageddon in the Auld Sod  The Conflict Between Neo-Paganism &  Conservative Catholicism in Modern Ireland

It was once known as the Isle of Saints and scholars, a title it proudly held for 1,500 years. But now Ireland has embraced a different kind of Pride: the rainbow-flag waving, Shout-Your-Abortion kind. And the learned Holy men have been replaced by witches’n’warlocks who would not look out of place in a 1970s Hammer House of Horror movie – though it would be a Hate Crime to say so.

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Psychological Warfare: E. Michael Jones on YouTube Censorship

Psychological Warfare: E. Michael Jones on YouTube Censorship

The essence of Psychological Warfare is the attempt to prevent un-authorized communication between subject peoples, according to Christopher Simpson. 

It is evident, that Google, YouTube, Facebook and the ADL are all engaging in Psychological Warfare, under the auspices of "fighting Hate-Speech". This campaign is not preventing "hate," but in reality fostering hate.

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Watching MTV - Digitally Re-Released!

Watching MTV - Digitally Re-Released!

Culture Wars and Fidelity Press are happy to announce the digital re-relase of Dr. E. Michael Jones’ music CD: “Watching MTV”. Featuring songs such as “The Neo-Con Song”, “Watching MTV”, “Tell George Bush” and “Fighting Hate”, we are sure that Dr. Jones’ music will bring a smile to your face.

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Jewish Privilege - Excerpt

Jewish Privilege - Excerpt

In keeping with the so-called “Christchurch Call to Action” which flowed from a meeting of government officials and internet giants on May 15, 2019 in Paris, Facebook issued an internal document entitled “Hate Agent Policy Review,” which, according to Breitbart, which received a copy from a source inside Facebook, “outlines a series of ‘signals’ that Facebook uses to determine if someone ought to be categorized as a ‘hate agent’ and banned from the platform.”

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Food Wizardry: Bayer Buys Monsanto

Food Wizardry: Bayer Buys Monsanto

It will go down in history as the greatest economic scam ever. Bayer paid $66 billion for Monsanto and everyone’s wondering why.

Some 13,400 lawsuits have been filed against Monsanto after its leading herbicide Roundup (glyphosate) was deemed a probable carcinogen. A jury awarded a plaintiff $289 million in the first case, reduced upon appeal to $78.5 million. But before anyone at Monsanto could celebrate, the next jury ordered them to pay $2 billion (yes, that’s a “b”). With another 13,398 cases to go (and growing), Bayer was nonetheless happy to pay $66 billion for Monsanto, knowing full-well these lawsuits could make the tobacco settlements of the 1990’s look like chump change.

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Ben Shapiro and the Myth of the Judeo-Christian West

Ben Shapiro and the Myth of the Judeo-Christian West

As the cathedral of Notre Dame burned in Holy Week, Ben Shapiro took time out to tell his vast social media audience that: “If we wish to uphold the beauty and profundity of the Notre Dame cathedral, that means re-familiarizing ourselves with the philosophy and religious principles that built it.” Shapiro went on to clarify that the cathedral was a “central monument to Western civilization, which was built on the Judeo-Christian heritage.”1 The term ‘Judeo-Christian’ is a favourite of Mr. Shapiro’s and appears with wearying frequency throughout his latest bestselling book The Right Side of History: How Reason and Moral Purpose Made the West Great

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Global Internet Censorship: Lockdown Begins in Canada

Global Internet Censorship: Lockdown Begins in Canada

The Library of Alexandria

On May 15th, 2019, leaders from around the world met in Paris, France, to discuss how they planned to collaborate with tech giants such as Google, Microsoft, Twitter, and Facebook to ruthlessly censor the Internet. Many world leaders, including Justin Trudeau, signed something called the 'Christchurch Call to Action', pledging to "eliminate terrorist and violent extremist content online". By using a very liberal interpretation of "terrorist and violent extremist content", they intend to crush all online content that contradicts their agenda. 

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Jewish Privilege - Coming Soon

Jewish Privilege - Coming Soon

Sixty years ago, Jewish activists like Leo Pfeffer claimed with a straight face that Jews favored free speech, and, indeed, they did then: they were in the forefront of undermining anti-obscenity and anti-abortion laws. Once the moral code was destroyed, social anarchy followed. A new code was imposed. Previously known as political correctness, it is now known by its opposite, namely, hate speech. Jewish Privilege today finds its primary expression in terms like “hate speech” and “anti-Semitism,” which have become weapons wielded to destroy people. The term “hate speech” is a creation of the Anti-Defamation League. Like the analogous term “anti-Semitism,” hate speech is any utterance Jews at organizations like the ADL find offensive.

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Hesburgh: The Movie

Hesburgh: The Movie

In an attempt to regain control over the conventional narrative, Notre Dame university has collaborated on a documentary film on the life of Father Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C., the man who occupied the office of president for the longest period in that university’s history. In spite of all of the material which has appeared on Hesburgh over the final 30 years of his life, the script was pretty much taken whole cloth from Hesburgh’s autobiography God, Country and Notre Dame

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The Only Way out of Poverty in Africa: Part II

The Only Way out of Poverty in Africa: Part II

The big issue at Sister’s shamba is the construction of the fish farm. The water is there during the rainy season. All that is necessary to produce fish is building three terraced retention ponds at the back of the property which slopes gradually and then abruptly into a ravine which is dry during most of the year. The technology is already there. The first step is the removal of the eucalyptus trees on the slope. The second step is the digging out of the terraces and the construction of the walls that will retain the water in the ponds. This can be done with the mud from the slope and the wood from the eucalyptus trees. In one of the houses we visited, the husband had just closed up a doorway, exposing the construction of the wall, which was made of woven branches which provided the latticework that supported the mud. He was letting the mud dry before he applied the final coat. 

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Is Christian Anti-Semitism Responsible for the Poway Synagogue Shooting?

Is Christian Anti-Semitism Responsible for the Poway Synagogue Shooting?

On Saturday, April 27, John Earnest, a 19-year-old nursing student, walked into a synagogue in Poway, California and opened fire, wounding two people and killing one. In an article in the Unz Re qview, white nationalist Greg Johnson tried to locate this shooting in a matrix of other similar shootings:

On Friday, March 15, 2019, a 28-year-old white man, Brenton Tarrant, reportedly entered the Al Noor Mosque and the Linwood Islamic Centre in Christchurch, New Zealand, killing 50 people and wounding around 40 others.

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Is Adherence to Logos Anti-Semitism? 

Is Adherence to Logos Anti-Semitism? 

Human dignity and the life of the human person in whom it inheres is not primarily an object of politics. Our primary access to the phenomenon of life is self-awareness and the perception of other humans and other living beings. Life is the being of the living. Vivere viventibus est esse, says Aristotle. Being, however, is never an object of politics as it is not an object either of natural science. It is in fact the primum notum of reason and as such secondarily an object of metaphysical reflection. Because life is the being of the living, then life cannot be defined. According to the classical adage ens et unum convertuntur, it holds true for every living organism that it is alive precisely as long as it possesses internal unity. 

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Is the Gospel Hate Speech?

Is the Gospel Hate Speech?

Melanie Phillips, writing in Commentary Magazine a few years back, informed readers that:

“The really difficult problem is that supersessionism is not some fringe theology but is deeply rooted in Christian thinking. At the most basic level, the Church believes that Christianity superseded Judaism. The Holocaust caused Western churches to rethink this, although those in Eastern countries remained unmoved. But whereas in the 1965 Papal encyclical Nostra Aetate, the Catholics tried openly to face up to and repudiate their own anti-Jewish thinking, the Protestant churches quietly brushed supersessionism under the carpet.”

In other words, those who entirely embrace Christ and his teachings and become members of the Church He founded are, it seems, necessarily ‘anti-Jewish’. For some reason, the foul mass-murder of Jews in Europe under the profoundly anti-Semitic (not to mention anti-Christian) race-obsessed Nazi regime is an event which should make people rethink their acceptance of Jesus as the long-awaited Messiah prophesied in the Jewish scriptures and the true source of unity of the people of God. Quite why this follows is never explained.

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The Only Way out of Poverty in Africa: Part I

The Only Way out of Poverty in Africa: Part I

Virtually every memory that Sister Jean has of her childhood is suffused with an awareness of her family’s grinding poverty.  Sister Jean was born in 1982 in a village called Lirembe in the western part of Kenya near Kakamega, the county seat, the second of seven children and her parents’ first female child. She was raised in a mud hut with a thatched roof. When insects ate away at the timbers that supported the roof in another house on the compound, her father built the current permanent house on their homestead. Her father worked for the Eveready Battery Company and then for the Pioneer Insurance company, but neither job paid him a wage that allowed him to provide for his family.  When I ask Sister what her first memory was, she replies, “we were really poor. I remember times when we lacked food.”  

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Ready Player None: Ludic Nihilism in Ernest Cline’s "Ready Player One"

Ready Player None: Ludic Nihilism in Ernest Cline’s "Ready Player One"

It is always difficult and perhaps ultimately futile to emphasize the cultural impact of Steven Spielberg’s films. Almost every movie that the tremendously influential American filmmaker has produced--from Jaws (1975) to Bridge of Spies (2015)--is justly lauded as entertaining and smartly crafted moviemaking. 

However, for many, especially in the United States, Spielberg is more than a movie maker. He is the architect of the imagination of those who grew up in the 1980s and ‘90s, laughing along with “Chunk” in Goonies (1985) and tossing up popcorn when the T-Rex chased Dr. Grant and co. in Jurassic Park (1990). 

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