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All Hail Florida Governor DeSantis

Courtesy of James Howard Kunstler, I excerpt with no comment:

This played out dramatically last week in a telephone parley between Mr. Biden and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis over the governor’s refusal to lockdown his state. The world-famous Dr. Fauci was also on the call, in which Mr. Biden threatened to curtail American citizens travel to Florida by road and air — since an offshoot of Covid-19 policy has been to drive a huge demographic exodus from economically failing states of New York, Illinois, and California down there. He also threatened to withhold federal funding to Florida and deny the state access to Covid-19 vaccines. Dr. Fauci chimed in, “Governor, do you want to be responsible for reinfecting the nation? Truth is, we don’t even know how effective current vaccines are against the UK strain.”

DeSantis told Dr. Fauci he trusted his own state health authorities over financially incentivized federal officials. The conclusion of the conference call went like this:

  How much do you stand to earn from these vaccines, Dr. Fauci? And, Joe, if you continue with this course of action, I will authorize the state National Guard to protect the movement of Floridians,” DeSantis said.

“Address me as Mr. President or President Biden,” Biden said.

“I will not, and you can go fuck yourself,” DeSantis said before hanging up.


Posted by on February 15, 2021 in Uncategorized


Heroic Anti-Antifa Black People

I just thought I’d paste these two items here. In both cases, black people rejected the “gifts” of white radicals and upbraided them for threats to property. Now, that’s not because the threats to property are wrong in themselves, but because blacks would get blamed/maimed for the property damage. Still, it’s a start.

if you have any similar videos, kindly post in the comments.


Posted by on June 2, 2020 in Uncategorized


Three good things about the lockdown

We are not fans of the lockdown around here. We have posted links to studies from JP Morgan showing them to be ineffective, a giant bonfire of dollars probably only set ablaze so that the authorities would bail out Wall Street: there was no question that Congress would (unanimously!) pass the bailout bill this time, not when unemployment had hit over 20% instantly.

That said, I cannot help but notice three things about the lockdown for which I am thankful.

1) In March and April, I noticed a glow near sunset in my yard. I pondered the cause: maybe a neighbor had taken down a tree that was blocking late-afternoon sunlight? But then, as I drove around about the same time of day, I couldn’t help but notice that I was having a particularly bad time with the sun.

A few moments reflection revealed the source of the glow: the shutdown had cut so much traffic and industrial production down that the air was quite clean. So, first I’m thankful for the glory of creation; the glow was beautiful. Second, I’m thankful for the slightly polluted air of society because it’s really hard to drive with really clean air.

2) Hordes of businesses are “non-essential.” I was fortunate to be able to work from home, but I cannot even imagine the harm inflicted on people whose work is deemed “non-essential.” There’s the economic harm, and the frank separation into a category like what the National Socialists might call “useless eaters.”

One of these has been barbershops and beauty salons, near us. We might soon get permission from our overlords to risk a haircut; the one I got over 2 months ago is long in the tooth. But then, so is my wife’s, and every other woman’s hair. And it looks good. You grow, girl!

3) Meat shortages and supply chain disruptions caused me to be unable to buy my regular bacon brand. The only thing available was their Canadian Bacon.

Now, putting the adjective Canadian in front of any food is likely to cause the food to be perceived less well. This is, after all, the land of poutine and tarte au sucre, and Tim Horton’s as national obsession. But I have to commend the Canadians for affiliating their brand with this stuff. Yum. Even better when it’s actually made in the USA, of course: we don’t want to take a good thing to extremes. That would be Uncanadian.


Posted by on May 24, 2020 in Uncategorized


Must Read: Feminists versus Trans

I highly recommend a visit to TakiMag for the article T(y)ranny Triumphant, Part I: Transmenstrual Cyclists. It makes clear the stakes involved in the push for transsexuals everywhere.

Some Excerpts:

Conservatives sometimes speak of trannyism as a cult, but they get it backwards. They write as if it’s the trannies who are in the cult. No, the trannies are a tool to put us in a cult, a process that starts by changing our names. As cult guru Tim Conway (not the Dorf guy) writes in his manual for successful culting, name changes “help effect a psychological ‘death’ to the old ego-persona.”

A good cult leader always begins by assigning initiates a new name.

So, now we’re all named “cis.” We’re no longer “normal,” we’re “cis.” We’ve been renamed. Why? Because to the left it’s all about seeing how much we’re willing to take.

Recall here Theodore Dalyrymple’s comment on Stalinism:

“In my study of communist societies, I came to the conclusion that the purpose of communist propaganda was not to persuade or convince, not to inform, but to humiliate; and therefore, the less it corresponded to reality the better. When people are forced to remain silent when they are being told the most obvious lies, or even worse when they are forced to repeat the lies themselves, they lose once and for all their sense of probity. To assent to obvious lies is…in some small way to become evil oneself. One’s standing to resist anything is thus eroded, and even destroyed. A society of emasculated liars is easy to control. I think if you examine political correctness, it has the same effect and is intended to.”

There’s no question what’s going on. David Cole writes further:

You know that prison cliché about how on your first day behind bars you’re supposed to beat up the biggest, toughest brute in the yard? Take out the most feared enforcer, and the joint is yours? It works, at least in identity politics. The feminists got knocked cold. …
Yes, identity politics are useful; leftists have always played various groups against each other to destabilize nations. It’s a tactic. But eventually, devotion to the state has to take complete precedence over everything else.


Hence the left’s use of trannies to destroy the feminist will.


Posted by on November 6, 2019 in Uncategorized


Cultural Climate change

It’s one of those bizarre headlines beloved of the Social Justice Warrior left: “White Nationalism Is Destroying the West.” I won’t trouble you to take you through the article itself; its content is predictably uninspired.

There are some signs, again, that the progressives at the NYT are not in control of their huddled masses. For one, single women. One, named Peisinoe, writes:

I’m tired of this paper’s tireless apologia and blind defense of Islam.

This piece, like all others, conveniently fails to mention other ‘minor’ events such as the impact of massive, predominantly male, Muslim migration has on the freedom and security of women. As this paper constantly act as if the vast majority of Muslim men support freedom and equality of women.

The article forgets small facts like the mass sexual attacks of Cologne, where over one thousand ‘refugees’ (mostly North African economic migrants, about one thousand) organized themselves to openly sexually molest and rape over 600 women during the new Year’s Eve party.

The fact the NYT never really provided decent coverage of that event, or on the systemic (and generally legal) violence against women in Muslim cultures indicates its high level of comfort with a certain level of misogyny. It will no dare speak against its preferred ideologies even when entire countries treat 50% of their population as sub-human due to their gender.

You are so concerned with defending Islam that you turn a blind eye to the fact these men do NOT want gender equality, and probably never will – it indicates how you also view women as deserving second class citizenship. We – our bodies, our intellect, our freedom – are simply collateral damage to your ideology of tolerance for a culture of intolerance.

This shows the increasing fracture on the left: women encouraged to lead a life of sexual profligacy and childlessness by the cultural commissars are now realizing they have been used. Perhaps they can serve as an example to the next generations. We wish Peisinoe well; maybe her quiverful of children can vote against pro-Islam politicians?

But more to the point is the argument made by one Tucson Geologist. First, we note that there is an explicitly Biblical requirement to care for creation. We prefer the KJV phrasing: “And God blessed them, and God said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it: and have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over every living thing that moveth upon the earth.”

What this dominion means is further refined in Genesis 2: “When God placed the first man in the garden of Eden, it was to ‘work it and watch over it’. Adam was commanded to take care of the earth, to fill and cultivate the rest of it following after the example God had given him in the garden.” So we are called to be stewards of creation, meaning an environmental concern is not foreign to the Patriactionary.

In this light, we note what Tucson Geologist said: “I am supposed to care deeply about global warming and how it will adversely affect our environment in 100-150 years. But I am not supposed to think about how a large Muslim population will affect our civic culture in 100-150 years?”

And there is a logic so clear as to be breathtaking. As reactionaries, we aren’t trying to preserve the knowledge inherent in ancient ways of doing things. Rather, we are engaged in fighting Cultural Climate Change.

Use it on your favorite liberal this week!



Posted by on October 15, 2017 in Uncategorized


Creeping realization about men and women in the NY Times

Oh, the NY Times tells us, Equality in Marriages Grows, and So Does Class Divide. (One recalls here the old joke about the NY Times story about an asteroid threatening to wipe out planet earth: “Asteroid to destroy earth tomorrow. Women and minorities worst affected.”) Still, they are useful as a triangulation point as to what the “protected class” (really: read that link. Alt-right has won.) is thinking.

From the story itself:

Despite being more common, these marriages are a break from tradition, and that can present problems.

Marriages in which the woman earns more are less likely to form in the first place, which accounts for 23 percent of the overall decline in marriage rates since 1970, according to a large study by the economists Marianne Bertrand and Emir Kamenica of the University of Chicago and Jessica Pan of the National University of Singapore.

Hmmm. I guess what Roissy writes about men not being attracted to female accomplishment is correct?

When these couples struggle, it is often over issues like sexual desire or the division of housework and child care, Dr. Doherty said, particularly if the woman loses respect for the man and the man feels insecure about his role in the family.

Hmmm. If you want to still be having sex at 55, ladies, it might be better to invest your young, attractive, fertile years in a man you can literally look up to.

That this message is true, and is penetrating the fog of equalist lies can be demonstrated by a comment from Sharon:

One day when I was in graduate school (around 2001) we were hanging around and chatting during a break and the subject of dating came up. All of the guys said they would not date / marry women from our MBA class; that they would prefer a woman with only a high school diploma or an AA at most. Why? Because after a long, hard day at work, they wanted to come home to a clean and stress-free environment with a meal cooked and a relaxed wife, not one that had her own career stresses, worries and distractions.

15 years later, most of the women from the class are still single. I know of only two women who married; one woman quit working as her husband works internationally and she does not have authorization to work as an expat. The other woman married “down” to someone who works free-lance on movie sets and is able to be the primary caregiver to their kids.

I don’t know any men who are remotely interested in their spouse’s intellect or ability to earn money. In fact, I have found my brain and my bank account to be the biggest impediment to my romantic life.

Sharon has been lied to by society (not, however, by her MBA classmates; I bet most men in grad school wouldn’t even tell her that directly now); I no longer gloat or laugh at these unfortunate women, despite their having made the choices they made. Neither should you. Still, Sharon might learn that her inability to see and accept reality, and adjust, is the biggest impediment to her “romantic” life.

Sharon has an icon that goes with her name. I paste it in here, without comment.

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Posted by on February 29, 2016 in Uncategorized


Politics and the English Language

Th New York Times is genuinely weird on style. Take this excellent article on the struggle between feminists and Bernie Sanders supporters. It appears that too many young women are supporting Senator Sanders. As one wag commented about Nazi Germany fighting the Soviet union in World War II, it’s a shame they can’t both lose. First, though, an excerpt highlighting feminist hypocrisy:

Ms. Steinem, 81, one of the most famous spokeswomen of the feminist movement, took the sentiment a step further on Friday in an interview with the talk show host Bill Maher. Explaining that women tend to become more active in politics as they become older, she suggested that younger women were backing Mr. Sanders just so they could meet young men.

“When you’re young, you’re thinking: ‘Where are the boys? The boys are with Bernie,’ ” Ms. Steinem said.

Realizing that this was potentially offensive, Mr. Maher recoiled. “Oh. Now if I said that, ‘They’re for Bernie because that’s where the boys are,’ you’d swat me.”

But Ms. Steinem laughed it off, replying, “How well do you know me?”

Of course, the real hypocrisy isn’t feminist double-speak, but in the use of titles of address. Here are some other people quoted in the article.

“Marion Just, a political science professor at Wellesley College… Ms. Just…”

“That feeling was evident at a rally for Mrs. Clinton in Iowa in late January when Jaimee and Matthew Warbasse took their 7-month-old daughter to see the candidate… Ms. Warbasse…”

The second woman might be inflicting abuse on her child, but is clearly Mrs. Warbasse. The first is best properly referred to as Dr. Just, unless the NY Times is now ignoring women’s achievements.

And the subject of the story? “Ms. Just said that she respected women who looked beyond gender when choosing whom to support, but that she was surprised there had not been more excitement about Mrs. Clinton among younger women.”



Posted by on February 8, 2016 in America, The Decline, The Kulturkampf


Shooting fish in a barrel, Sweden edition

Every 16-year-old in Sweden to receive copy of We Should All Be Feminists

Now, you might think: Every? Can’t they home school? Well, no.

Since Swedish education law was revised in 2010 to only allow homeschooling under “extraordinary circumstances,” Swedish authorities have consistently denied any parents approval for homeschool programs. Conveniently for the state, legislators have not indicated exactly what circumstances must be present in order for officials to grant parents and guardians permission to teach their children from home.

Personally, I’d emigrate if I had children. I do not see any other escape from the hive mind.


Posted by on December 6, 2015 in Uncategorized


Don’t Blame “The Jews”

Look, people, we’re in a rapid and accelerating cultural collapse here in the West, in the USA in particular. One thing Alt-Right writers do often enough is point to the prominence of one particular group in the vanguard of cultural Marxism, as evidence that this group planned and caused cultural decline. That Jews were disproportionately represented amongst the Bolsheviks does not imply that Bolshevism was a Jewish movement, a National Socialist canard cited by Hannah Arendt. The political and cultural collapse of the Tsarist regime was brought about by that regime (and modernity), not the Jews.

In this light, we examine this recent comment left over at Heartiste.

Knowledgeable students of the enemy will not be surprised to learn that the Troll Hunter is (((Robert Aschberg))), grandson of (((Olaf Aschberg))) who was a key figure in 20th century history. A ‘Swedish’ financier, he became ‘Banker to the Bolsheviks.’ This was a critical step in cementing those Western ties to the Soviet Union … (((Eskimos)))
Every fuckin’ time.

Tanstaafl is right, CH. This suicide of the West has been egged on.

“Eskimos,” like Scots-Irish, are often used as code for Jews. That the Aschbergs are prominent financiers in the political/media structure of the Swedish government is indeniable. That they are Jews is also undeniable. That the actions of some Jews, like George Soros, have poured acid on community relations is further undeniable. Those Jews, having joined the cultural mainstream, are assisting in the suicide of the West.

We at Patriactionary have admired, by contrast, reactionary Jews showing the way to restore a Patriachal society. We once had a Catholic, Patriarchal culture in the USA, and it was destroyed… not by Jews, but by Mainline Protestants, allied to a messianic Progressive state.

A comparison is in order. Since the Germ Theory of Disease (Discovered by a German Lutheran, although there was a prominent Jew involved as well), we have seen germs (bacteria, viruses) as the cause of many a disease. Certainly, persons infected with cholera bacteria are the ones who show symptoms of cholera. However, there is a profound counter to the idea that cholera CAUSES disease.

In The Biology of Belief, pp. 95-96, we read the following:

My favorite example of scientific denial of the reality of mind-body interactions relates to an article that appeared in Science about nineteenth-century German physician, Robert Koch, who along with Pasteur founded the Germ Theory. The Germ Theory holds that bacteria and viruses are the cause of disease. That theory is widely accepted now, but in Koch’s day it was more controversial. One of Koch’s critics was so convinced that the Germ Theory was wrong that he brazenly wolfed down a glass of water laced with vibrio cholerae, the bacterium Koch believed caused cholera. To everyone’s astonishment, the man was completely unaffected by the virulent pathogen. The Science article published in 2000 describing the incident stated: “For unexplained reasons he remained symptom free, but nevertheless incorrect.” (DiRita 2000)

The man survived and Science, reflecting the unanimity of opinion on the Germ Theory, had the audacity to say his criticism was incorrect? If it is claimed that this bacterium is the cause of cholera and the man demonstrates that he is unaffected by the germs … how can he be “incorrect”? Instead of trying to figure out how the man avoided the dreaded disease, scientists blithely dismiss this and other embarrassing “messy” exceptions that spoil their theories.

Now, no one would deny that people who do suffer from cholera are infected with vibrio cholerae. The point of this anecdote, however, is that Vc does not CAUSE disease, it takes advantage of a diseased or malfunctioning system, opportunistically. The scientist with full confidence in his conviction about cholera likely fended off infection with the deadly bacterium, where others with weaker immune systems of mind-body connections would not.

We now visit the memoir of Stefan Zweig, talking of fin-de-siecle Vienna, and the wondrous world it was, in his book The World of Yesterday. Zweig, from an Austrian Jewish family, is describing the cultural milieu that was that place and time, and the Jewish relationship to it. First, he talks specifically about Jewish assimilation:

Adapting themselves to the milieu of the people or country where they live is not only an external protective measure for Jews, but a deep internal desire. Their longing for a homeland, for rest, for security, for friendliness, urges them to attach themselves passionately to the culture of the world around them. And never was such an attachment more effective-except in Spain in the fifteenth century-or happier and more fruitful than in Austria. Having resided for more than two hundred years in the Imperial city, the Jews encountered there an easygoing people, inclined to conciliation, and under whose apparent laxity of form lay buried the identical deep instinct for cultural and aesthetic values which was so important to the Jews themselves.

An upwardly-mobile Jewish burgher class, in other words, admired and wanted to join the cultured world of the Austrian elite. He continues:

(I)n Vienna… they found there a personal task. In the last century the pursuit of art in Austria had lost its old traditional defenders and protectors, the Imperial house and the aristocracy. Whereas in the eighteenth century …Josef II ably discussed his operas with Mozart, and Leopold III himself composed music, the later emperors, Franz II and Ferdinand, had no interest whatever in artistic things; and our Emperor Franz Josef, who in his eighty years had never read a book other than the Army Register, or even taken one in his hand, evidenced moreover a definite antipathy to music.

It wasn’t just the Hapsburgs who dropped out of cultural leadership. He continues:

The nobility as well had relinquished its erstwhile protector’s role; gone were the glorious days when the Esterhazys harbored a Haydn, the Lobkowitzes and the Kinskys and Waldsteins competed to have a premiere of Beethoven in their palaces, where a Countess Thun threw herself on her knees before the great demigod begging him not to withdraw Fidelio from the Opera. But now Wagner, Brahms, Johann Strauss, and Hugo Wolf had not received the slightest support from them.

Of course, Viennese culture and music did not collapse in the 19th century. Zweig:

To maintain the Philharmonic on its accustomed level, to enable the painters and sculptors to make a living, it was necessary for the people to jump into the breach, and it was the pride and ambition of the Jewish people to co-operate in the front ranks to carry on the former glory of the fame of Viennese culture. …

(W)ithout the ceaseless stimulating interest of the Jewish bourgeoisie, Vienna, thanks to the indolence of the court, the aristocracy, and the Christian millionaires, who preferred to maintain racing stables and hunts to fostering art, would have remained behind Berlin in the realm of art as Austria remained behind the German Reich in political matters. (emphasis added)

When a culture begins to go downhill, panem et circenses becomes the interest of the people, but they are merely following the predatory elite at the top of society, who have shirked the responsibilities that come with the rights and privileges of God’s gifts. This denial of Truth at the top is the cause of the collapse; an elite that will not bend the knee in a Godly direction will now believe and do anything. Nietzsche said it first, but society after society has proved it.

I see too much alt-right writing that parallels (National) Socialist propaganda, and compares Jews to vermin and pestilence. I viscerally disagree with this characterization. Those who believe in the “eternal” perfidy of the Jews, however, must answer the question: how and why did the elite of Christian societies so abandon its leadership role that Jews could take over?


Posted by on November 3, 2015 in Uncategorized


Guarda La Serenissima

As we know, the right hates books and knowledge and will do anything to ban them. A recent example comes to us from Venice, the Most Serene republic, sinking into the mire and faced with utter destruction in a country whose birthrate of under 1.4 children per woman makes it a dying country, while the population of Venice itself has declined by over 60% since 1950 and its own birth rate is half the death rate. In light of these civilizational existential crises, the New York Times has a cause: the Mayor of Venice has decided to ban some books targeted at children under age 8. The Times asks if the following are “seditious:” the story of the male dog who aspired to be a ballerina. The one about the little boy who wanted to be a princess, and a princess who wanted to be a soccer player. The tale of the penguin egg hatched and adopted by two male penguins

When a society is literally not replacing itself, with a rate of 2 deaths for every birth, then normalizing the idea that lifestyles that do not propagate that society ought to be pursued could be a form of sedition, sure. The mayor originally banned a slew of books, but has since backed off to banning only two: The two banned books touch on same-sex families living happily ever after. It only inflamed matters further when some national news outlets dismissively referred to the titles as “gay fairy tales.”

Gay fairy tales? Hmmm… Italians and the turn of a phrase, doing it since Dante.

For some, Venice’s book ban was the latest example of an Italy still struggling to transform itself into an increasingly multicultural and multifaceted society.

Gee, why would the land of Michelangelo, Leonardo, Donatello, Monteverdi, Verdi, Rossini, I’m running out of strength before names here… why would that land even WANT to “transform itself” into some deracinated multicultural stew? Better, indeed, to return its focus to regional power bases, with an independent Venice, Milan, Genoa, Naples, engaging in TRUE diversity instead of the bureaucratic blandness of a centralized empire? A Venice ruled from Venice would NEVER have allowed itself to become so decrepit that people need to move out of the first floor of their houses because of flooding; what barbarians hordes could not destroy, the modern State has undone.

Of course, the Italian approach to homosexuality is facing opprobrium from the EU: Last month, the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, France, ruled that Italy’s lack of legal recognition of same-sex couples was a human rights violation.

Assume the position, Italy. Or, dump the EU, dump the commissars, and return to the land about which Orson Welles quipped in The Third Man: “in Italy, for thirty years under the Borgias, they had warfare, terror, murder and bloodshed, but they produced Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci and the Renaissance. In Switzerland, they had brotherly love, they had five hundred years of democracy and peace – and what did that produce? The cuckoo clock.”

And if you REALLY want to ban books, do it like the Left does.


Posted by on August 21, 2015 in Uncategorized