Author: Crouchback

Pope Francis is Dead Wrong About the Death Penalty

Despite what Jorge Mario Bergoglio AKA [anti-] Pope Francis might say, the Apostles, Church Fathers, Doctors, and Thousands of Years of Tradition all agree that — as the good ol’ Texas saying goes — some folks just need killin’.

But why take my word for it when you could take theirs?

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Google’s War on Truth Is Worse Than You Thought

Tech Giant Google is Censoring the Latin Bible

Google’s pro-leftist and anti-tradition bias is legendary.

An image search for “European people history” on the search engine returns a plethora of images of blacks. The search engine came under fire a few years ago for listing “Naziism” as an ideology of the California Republican Party. Its subsidiary YouTube went on an anti-Right purge, demonetizing droves of conservative and right-wing accounts.

Unfortunately, this author has by chance discovered that its bias is worse than any of us on the dissident right realized. Google is censoring the bible.

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Nazism is Gay

It is disconcertingly common in the online dens of the dissident right to see memes which appear to imply that Nazi Germany was somehow on the “right side of history”, to use that favourite phrase of the Left.

It is to an extent understandable, awash as we are in near unfathomable levels of degeneracy ushered in largely by the victors of that war. Images of blond youths standing proudly in immaculate uniforms, the promotion of traditional family life, and the state suppression of modern art and Leftism do indeed seem a preferable alternative to what passes for Western society today.

One must remember, however, that these things were at times quite common in the countries that fought Nazi Germany too, and one must also remember that just because the Nazis were anti-Left, it does not mean that they were properly traditionalist or reactionary. Indeed they were most certainly neither of those things (they were, however, very gay).

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Revolution Explained by Jean-Joseph Gaume

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Jean-Joseph Gaume was a French Roman Catholic author and theologian who lived from 5 May, 1802 to 19 November, 1879. One of the great counterrevolutionary minds of the 19th century, Gaume has been, like so many of his intellectual peers, consigned to obscurity in an age openly hostile to his ideas. In his work, La Révolution, we find one of the clearest, most penetrating explanations of the roots of the revolutionary spirit, and perhaps even the most perfect (and poetic) definition of Revolution itself. 

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