TradYouth on a Mission: Fighting for Faith, Folk, and Family

April 22, 2014 in Commentary


Traditionalist Youth Network defending Faith, Folk, and Family against the mobs of violent Leftists.

What do you get when you have police, the Great Unwashed masses of petty bourgeois liberals, violent communists, more than a 100 scantily clad women, and a handful of Radical Traditionalists in one place?

No, this isn’t a joke, it’s Bloomington, Indiana on a Monday night.

Last Friday night the Traditionalist Youth Network at Indiana University caught wind of a Slut Walk event coming to IU-Bloomington, and there was no way we were going to let this kind of event happen without taking a stand for Faith, Folk, and Family.

With finals looming, semester projects coming due, and interviews for summer intern jobs we were all on a tight schedule.  What we managed to pull together in less than three days of planning and networking was nothing short of a miracle. Read the rest of this entry →

Rape Culture Revisited: There’s Enough Shame for Everyone.

April 21, 2014 in Commentary

timthumbOn April 21st, there will be a “Slut Walk” at Indiana University.

If you are unaware of what the slut walk is, the President of Traditionalist Youth Network at Indiana University, Thomas Buhls, has already elaborated on that. Our group, the Traditionalist Youth Network, has plans to picket the event. Although chapter president elaborated on the issue, I would like to extend on some of the reasons why we, or at least, myself, oppose the so-called “Slut Walk.” Before I continue, I must express that these views are my own, and are not necessarily from a Traditionalist perspective or fully represent the opinions of the Traditionalist Youth Network.

Buhls has said why the Traditionalist Youth Network in no way shape or form endorses rape culture, let alone rape. Rape is a horrifying and inexcusable practice. Rape, no matter what kind of rape it is, rather it is rape by intoxication, spousal rape, or any other kind of rape, it is not acceptable. We will not be counter-demonstrating to defend the monstrosity of rape, not by any means.

We will be protesting the slutwalk movement for the following reasons: Read the rest of this entry →

Pascha and Nationalism

April 20, 2014 in Commentary

Politics, policy and the movement are all important. In many ways they are the defining elements of many of our lives. But the beauty of Pascha and the Paschal season, is that it gives us a time to bring before us, why we fight. From Palm Sunday, through Good Friday and ultimately to Pascha, it gives us a chance to put the Right Wing movement into perspective.

He is risen! Indeed He is risen!

He is risen! Indeed He is risen!

Race is important, the movement and organizations associated with nationalism are key to the survival of Western Civilization, but all of it is irrelevant without the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. Think for a moment, if everything about Jesus and His movement was real, including the miracles, rising Lazarus from the dead and his Passion all occurred, yet He did not rise on Sunday, Jesus Christ would be a fraud and a liar. If then Jesus Christ was a liar, there would be no point to the Right Wing, as all that we would have on this earth is a shallow nihilism that would end the minute our hearts stop beating.

Far too often, in the heat of the Right Wing fight for “God, Family and Nation” we let our passions and zeal for revolutionary change, overpower our wills to follow Christ. We are Right Wing because we follow Christ, not that we follow Christ because it is the Right Wing thing to do. Read the rest of this entry →

Against Rape Culture. Against Slut Culture.

April 19, 2014 in Commentary

Slut Walk ChicagoSlut Walk is coming to IU-Bloomington next week for it’s annual demonstration against victim blaming, and Traditionalist Youth Network at Indiana University will be there, too.

The practical application of Traditionalism recognizes the necessity of empowering women to perform strong matriarchal leadership roles, and this also means that we stand up to defend women’s authority and sanctity in society.

On January 24, 2011, Toronto Police Constable Michael Sanguinetti stated, ” …Women should avoid dressing like sluts in order not to be victimized.”

Sanguinetti’s abrasive advice is what started Slut Walk, and for the record I’m glad that we have men and women speaking out against rape culture in response to him.  I’ve heard worse advice on how to prevent rape, but it’s important to recognize that rape culture didn’t just spring up out of nowhere. Read the rest of this entry →

The IRS and the Employee Suggestion Box

April 17, 2014 in Commentary

Only as far as untainted and direct infantilization of a dispossessed political party goes, some of the latest protests against the recent decisions of the global financial elite have sent a predictable, barely momentous slew of ripples within the grassroots, nonprofit communities online. The IRS has proposed a list of regulations concerning groups that are exempt from taxes, chiefly non-profit groups, in February of this year. the-american-dream

The proposed IRS bill, not surprisingly backed by the economically-led Obama administration, aims to regulate the ability of  those in the Tea Parties to represent their politics by making it more financially difficult for them to do their business. Maintaining the political status quo of recent decades, this bill targets Christian groups, groups that favor fundamental constitutional rights, and groups that support lowering taxes for an overburdened middle class.

Matt Kibbe, President and CEO of FreedomWorks, leads an association that courageously highlights the usurous methods by which the IRS does its “work.” He further explains the details of the situation in full, and also provides the means in which We the People might seek to convince the IRS to spare its powerless subjects. Read the rest of this entry →