The middle aged man, of average height and average build pulled his knapsack tight to his shoulder. Someone in the queue had spoken to him and confusion reigned. Should he ignore the interloper or run? Could he bear to answer or even speak? The answer… Read More
All posts filed under “Film review, literature, far right”
Ulubatli Hasan, Julius Evola and defeat in Afghanistan
Ulubatli Hasan (1428 – May 29, 1453) was a Timarli Sipâhî in the service of Sultan Mehmed II of the Ottoman Empire who achieved legendary status as a heroic Turkish martyr at the successful Siege of Constantinople. He was born in a small village called Ulubat (near Karacabey)… Read More
Danger Close: the Despertaferres pick of the week
“Simply the best film I have seen in decades…….” Why don’t we know enough of our own history? Why do we bemoan our fate when we don’t make films and books that get the adrenaline pumping. For the generation brought up on El Cid and… Read More
When we were in an economic nightmare ten years ago, zombie films disturbed me. Half dead automatons wandering the street were just too real. As a child I always hated visiting Bristol because the homeless would ask me for change. It just didn’t sit well… Read More
Run, hide, tell ?
Strange times indeed. The spineless PM walks off crying, the front runner to replace the PM is Boris and he has gone against all his past history and is now “resolutely” pro- Brexit. Meanwhile other front runners completely fail to defend Roger Scruton against a… Read More
The Lost Viking – Welcome to Wails!
It is a telling question to ask oneself, “just how do others see me?”. My regular reader will know that I stand God-like against a see of foes but how true a picture is that? My last blog post had moved into ‘lifestyle’ issues but… Read More
Imperium – Harry Potter and the Stable Sweepings
Something terrible is sweeping the streets of Europe in 2017, shaking structures and upsetting elites across the continent. I’m talking of course about the return of the M1 flying jacket, here modelled by pals of yours truly in the 1990s… It’s not that I resent… Read More