Monthly Reading Discussion: Requirements for social movements

March 26, 2015 in Announcements

Screenshot 2015-03-26 at 21.38.25The Presbyterian Church USA recently announced they would start to perform gay marriages. There has been an incredible split forming among their ranks, and they are going to face more opposition in the coming months. Do you think that it would be appropriate to agitate against the Presbyterian Church? Yes or no, and why? Thinking of the keywords from this month’s reading, who would be the appropriate group of people to agitate against, and to what end?

Discussion focus: What does it mean to be a militant or moderate activist, which kinds of activism techniques will be better suited for each type of activist, and when should activism and agitation against a target should start or stop? Read the rest of this entry →

Standing Against Tim Wise: Round Three

March 24, 2015 in Announcements

Timothy Jacob WiseThe Traditionalist Youth Network is happy to announce we will be uniting with members of the League of the South and the Council of Conservative Citizens to once again stand against Tim Wise. The event will be at Queen’s University of Charlotte outside of the Dana Auditorium, E.H. Little Fine Arts Center on Wednesday March 25th at 6pm. The address is 1900 Selwyn Av. Charlotte, NC 28274

We will have signs and flags for everyone so come on down to unite against Tim Wise and enjoy some good old fashioned Southern friendship and fellowship after the event.

The reason that Trad Youth has continued to organize against Tim Wise is because Tim Wise embodies the ultimate insanity of the Establishment Left here in America. If you are a Traditionalist of any variety, a Christian or a ethno-nationalist (perhaps all three) one must only take a brief look at the words and writings of Tim Wise to realize why you have a duty to come and take a stand against him. Tim Wise is anti-Christian, anti-White, and anti-Traditional and he must be opposed whenever he comes to town with his medicine cart full of lies, hatred and poison.

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RE: Heretical Thoughts on Abortion – A Pro-Life Position

March 23, 2015 in Commentary

"Louise Nursing Her Child", by Mary Cassatt (1898)

“Louise Nursing Her Child”, by Mary Cassatt (1898)

Marian Van Court’s “Heretical Thoughts on Abortion and Eugenics” at Counter-Currents stakes out a pro-abortion position for racialists, insisting that the issue is so important that we eugenicists must “vigorously oppose all so-called ‘Pro-Life’ candidates, and the utterly outrageous ‘Personhood’ amendments.” It relies on the intuitive (yet problematic) notion that the moral and legal normalization of abortion generally produces a eugenic effect. While I’m first and finally opposed to abortion for dogmatic religious reasons, my opposition to abortion precedes my religious conversion, and can be presented in secular terms.

The majority of Van Court’s article sticks with familiar and plausible reasons why one should favor abortion, but her sloppy insistence that one should favor abortion because the Jewish people are the ultimate eugenicists and abortion is eugenic could hardly be further from the truth. The Jewish people do indeed take genetic health very seriously, and yet the Jewish State is one of the most difficult industrialized countries to receive an abortion in, requiring an elaborate administrative boondoggle so elaborate even Jews find it frustrating, resulting in roughly half of Israeli abortions taking place on the black market.

Organized Jewry clearly holds the same bifurcated position on this issue that it takes on just about everything that’s degenerate and destructive; “abortions for thee, but not for me,” turning Van Court’s own “Let’s emulate those clever Jews!” argument on its head and raising the inverse question: “If the most deliberately racialist, eugenicist and natalist state in the world morally proscribes and legally discourages abortion, then perhaps we should reconsider the popular presumption of a simple correlation between accessible and encouraged abortion and a population’s genetic welfare.

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Media Lampooning of White Fraternity, While Jewish Racism Is Allowed: The Paradox of Zionism

March 20, 2015 in Announcements

JudenpresseAs both “Gamer Gate” and the Sigma Alpha Epsilon media-created- “outrage” demonstrate: the system will not tolerate normal white men congregating on any level. Even though we are more fractured and under assault then ever in human history, they will not rest until they have uprooted every collection of us and filled it with the cultural Marxist garbage we are dropping out to avoid. To the powers that be, this kind of socializing, even if its as “harmless” as whites in a college gathering to party, could one day turn into a revolution.

This might seem petty, and it is, but they’re also right. Who would’ve thought the few dozen men that congregated to casually drink beers and blow off steam about politics at the Munich Hofbrauhaus in the summer of 1920 would one day come to power and make the world’s omnipotent banking houses in New York and London tremble. Don’t underestimate what we’re capable of, because your enemies sure don’t.

Jews Demand America’s Largest Majority White Fraternity Keep “Diversifying”

Amidst an incredibly disproportionate commotion created by the Zionist media, the plutocrat David L. Boren violated the law by expelling students for practicing First Amendment liberties protected on the campus of the public University of Oklahoma. This illegal act has hardly (USA Today is the notable exception) been covered from a critical perspective in major national media outlets. Instead, the hate-mongerers and witch-hunters expelled from the bowels of a handful of America’s elite, disproportionately Jewish universities are lauding Boren and demanding further action against majority white fraternities nationwide, as the Washington Post’s anti-white journalist Alyssa Rosenberg has suggested.

The Anti-Defamation League threw in its dreidel of hate and cheered President Boren’s excessively brutal decision almost as loudly as they cheer their slaughter of Palestinian infants and refugees in Gaza.

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Decoding Miyazaki’s Spirited Away

March 20, 2015 in Commentary

spirited_away_Hiyao Miyazaki’s Spirited Away is one among several of his films that has won a space in westerners’ hearts.  Everyone outside of the Radical Traditionalist community whom I’ve talked to about Miyazaki films love his movies because they are whimsical, fantastic, have adorable little girls, and are wonderful stories about triumph against all odds (but only when it isn’t a tragic warning a la Grave of the Fireflies).  Miyazaki’s movies can be very hard for westerners to understand because of how radically and fundamentally different our contemporary values system is.  We don’t need to flounder in confusion about what Miyazaki’s movies mean, because he leaves bread crumbs for us to follow.  He’s also the only authentic Traditionalist film maker that I’ve ever heard of (feel free to let me know in the comments section if I’m wrong…)

There are several tropes that Miyazaki regularly uses in his films.  He regularly uses young ladies or girls as the lead character and then pairs her with a young adult male or male teen figure prominently in the plot.  Men are important in Miyazaki’s world, but it’s decidedly the women who are more valuable.  Most of Miyazaki’s films also pass the Bechdel Test, so it’s a wonder why the feminist community doesn’t appreciate him more.  This hasn’t seemed to diminish the number of men who like Miyazaki’s films, but more on that later.  The “two places” trope is also very common with Miyazaki.  The two places he sets up usually contrast with each other, presenting extremes on a spectrum or mutually exclusive things of some kind.  However, don’t think that there is only ever a single instance of the two-places trope, because it’s common to see multiple instances of it in the film.  His latest movie The Wind Rises is an exception to this rule, and I’ll give a review of that, too, if there’s any demand, but after reading this one I think everyone will be smart enough to figure it out on their own.

The movie opens with Chihiro moving to a new place.  She’s not happy, she’s not looking forward to the new home, and she doesn’t feel appreciated or loved.  She’s also extremely timid, shy, and just wants to hide away from the world.  But, all of that is about to change.  The fact that she’s “moving to a new place” and that the movie is titled “spirited away” should indicate as much.  Her parents are trying to find the new place to live, which sits atop a hill.  After her father misses the turn to their house up on top of the hill he tries to take a shortcut and ends up at the entrance to an abandoned theme park where things go horribly wrong.  This is one example of the two-places trope that frequently comes up in Miyazaki films, and you wouldn’t be wrong to read it literally: there are no shortcuts in life. Read the rest of this entry →