How Cultural Marxism Exploits Femininity

Today we have forgotten that up until the industrial revolution, with the exception of seafarers, military personnel and the like, most people’s employment was pursued in their own homes. Blacksmiths and farriers had their forges and anvils in sheds out back. Doctors, midwives and lawyers had their offices attached to their homes. Seamstresses, tailors, pharmacists and barkeepers had their retail establishments on the first floor, and lived in apartments on the second floor. Most people, outside of the minority who lived in cities, raised most of their own food, either on common land (as in the UK) or upon part…

News from 2038

reprinted from the December 1, 2038 edition of the Texas Tribune Twenty-Eighth Amendment Ratified – Safety for America AUSTIN – After three weeks of heated debate, the Texas Legislature yesterday voted to ratify the 28th Amendment which repeals the long obsolete 2nd Amendment to the Constitution. Mass celebrations broke out in Austin, Dallas, San Antonio and throughout the country as Texas, being the thirty-eighth state to ratify the proposed amendment, has now secured safety for Americans throughout the entire nation. For years, activists believed this day would never come, but with the changing demography throughout America and here in Texas,…

Through a Glass Darkly

In a Facebook conversation about my first Pendulum article one of my Black friends, CB, noted: Not gonna lie, I chuckle everytime I read one of these White Nationalists decrying new ‘colonialism’. I, and everyone else with a passing understanding of recent history, am overjoyed at the very thought of these colonialist societies (who are STILL at it, Especially France and the US, also Fuck Belgium on principle) getting a healthy dose of their own medicine. Especially because they aren’t being literally ‘genocided’ with disease and old-fashioned murder in the way the colonial powers got down…. they’re whining because they’re…

The Hospitality Parable

Imagine someone coming into your house. Someone you don’t know, but who perhaps was invited by your teenage son. He had said something about wanting to add a little spice to this boring house; nothing ever changes here; he needed someone to help him figure out how to get to the next level on his video game. You know – important stuff. Not really a problem, but you’re a bit annoyed that you weren’t asked – they just showed up. You want to be polite, so you say nothing and go into another room so as not to hear their…

Waking to the New American Nightmare

America is in the midst of a demographic crisis that will forever reshape American culture as well as America’s role on the geopolitical stage. Andrew Breitbart once said: “politics is downstream from culture”, but I would argue that culture is downstream from race. Republicans have long been told: “don’t fall for the Left’s game of identity politics”, but identity politics is politics. Every “identity” will vote for the interests of their group, whether that identity is racial, gender, religious, sexual, political or socio-economic. The issues we care about will vary depending on what group we identify with. Identity matters, and…

White Women: The Swing Vote

For years, the Republican Party has been searching for the magical formula to appeal to the right segment of the population to ensure electoral competitiveness. Over the last decades and even throughout the Trump Administration, these efforts have seen billions of dollars spent on programs, designed by Democrats, for their minority backers, receive tacit acceptance from Republicans as public virtue signaling. Such generosity has been prompted by both the unwillingness to contest the racial narrative for some time that Whites are bad and need to pay for our supposed sins, but also out of an oft-expressed desire to convert minority…

How Orange County Was Lost

All elections are unique, and all offer a wealth of information to the discerning observer. However, any student1 of politics will readily confess that just as some election cycles are more important than others, so, too, are some electoral districts more important than others. There are districts where the outcome is foreordained (and such districts can, generally, be ignored), and there are others where the outcome is hotly contested and the results viewed as signs or predictions. There is also a third type of district: the bellwether district. The outcomes of elections in bellwether districts are rightly seen as microcosmic…

Defend Your People to Renew This Nation

Our founding fathers understood the importance of nurturing a measure of ethnic cohesion to unite the people of a nation. They also intended to maintain the European character of the country and develop it as a home for the European people who settled it. This much was evident in our founding documents, early citizenship laws, and other writings. Despite this, White Americans are projected by all estimates to become a mere plurality in the country founded by these ancestors less than 500 years ago. Faustian men and women of our father nations toiled and died for the right to claim…

The Rule of Flaw

One of the most basic principles of politics is that “the majority rules.” This is true regardless of what political system you actually or purportedly live under, from Monarchy to Direct Democracy. When enough people (a critical mass) have the same goals and the will to do something about it, society will begin to be shaped in that group’s image. All groups (Whites, Jews, Blacks, Hispanics, Muslims, Asians) have an inherent set of baseline behaviors, values and social norms. The United States was founded on the behaviors, values and social norms of people of European descent (specifically Northwestern European). As…

A Matter of Integrity: How Our Elections Are Failing

Nearly two weeks after the polls closed, the 2018 midterm elections appear to at last be over. In Florida Republicans Ron DeSantis and Rick Scott will be heading to the Governor’s office and US Senate, respectively. In Georgia Republican Brian Kemp is governor-elect. In Arizona Jeff Flake’s Senate seat is now occupied by Democrat Kyrsten Sinema. But as the dust settles it becomes increasingly obvious this was but a skirmish in an ongoing battle. Since Trump’s election, his opponents have fancied themselves “The Resistance.”