The Archives: Guilt Trip Over Crusades

One anniversary that’s not on this year’s calendar is the 900th observance of the capture of Jerusalem by Christian crusaders on July 15, 1099. As a matter of fact, it’s an anniversary that’s probably never been on any year’s calendar, since virtually everyone forgot about it sometime around the year 1600. But some never forget, and they’re getting ready to do what 20th century man is supposed to do, at least in the West: apologize for it.

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The Archives: Race and the American Identity

In December 1991, as Pat Buchanan announced his candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination, the Republic was edified by the reflections of columnist George Will. Mr. Will quoted from a column by Mr. Buchanan to the effect that “No one questions the right of the Arabs to have an Arab nation, of China to be a Chinese nation . . . Must we absorb all the people of the world into our society and submerge our historic character as a predominantly Caucasian Western society?” and then proceeded to explain what was wrong with the candidate’s reasoning. Mr. Buchanan, he wrote, “evidently does not understand what distinguishes American nationality — and should rescue our nationalism from nativism. Ours is, as the first Republican president said, a nation dedicated to a proposition. Becoming an American is an act of political assent, not a matter of membership in any inherently privileged group, Caucasian or otherwise. The ‘Euro-Americans’ who founded this nation did not want anything like China or Arabia — or any European nation, for that matter.”

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Saving the Babe in Fredericksburg

We don’t hear enough about our heroes. Real heroes that is. The only heroes I hear about nowadays, besides our troops in perpetual warfare in the Middle East, are MLK or some other figure worshiped by the Left. Specifically, we don’t know about our Southern heroes. The South is essentially vilified in every medium of entertainment and venue of education. The Confederate soldier might as well be a faceless Nazi goon from Raiders of the Lost Ark, per our good friends in (((Hollywood))). So, when I hear about Buck Denman, it warms my heart to learn about one of our real forgotten heroes.

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The Cost of Muh Freedom!

For the Reconstructed, they’re taught to believe that the merciful and angelic Union Army, under the command of the deity-king Lincoln, saved the humble slave from the murderous Confederate barbarians. To the dustbin of history, bigots! What the HiveThink® doesn’t tell you is that those newly freed slaves died in droves from that awarded abstract called freedom. Moreover, the heavenly Union was not quite as benevolent as the modern abolitionists would like for you to wrongly believe. Caution, non-approved history ahead.

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Close Your F*cking Mouth

A “soy boy” is a feminine or physically weak man, and it takes its name from the belief that soy products increase estrogen levels in men, essentially “feminizing” them. If you’ve ever met a man that consumes unhealthy amounts of soy, you know what I’m talking about. Cultural critic Heartiste reinforced this notion in November, “Soy has isoflavones which are associated with increasing estrogen levels. Multiple studies confirm soy’s de-masculinizing effects. You can read about many of those studies here. Soy protein depletes testosterone in men.” So, what’s a sign that a man has mutated into a soy boy? An easy one is the gaping open-mouth smile or, what the Alt-Right has termed, the SOYlent grin.

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