O' Who was it, that man of Stuart Who hid during the Plague nurturing his own To spill forth and express through his poetic Mouth, for his eyes had failed: became a Prophet dictating to his daughters that which Explains the subtle charm of Satan, And God's divine mercy and his Sovereign supreme Justice. O' what man supported the sword's edge On good Carl's neck, … Continue reading #198 – Remembering John Milton
Where do I come from? Where was I born? From my Mother? From my Father? Here, here. HERE! I am one and the same As the land that my ancestors tamed: Of the people of the land. Where is my navel? In the labour of the land, The child holding my hand, My own hands … Continue reading #193 – The Nativity of our nativity
Hello dear reader, Over the last few days I have been thinking deeply about my life this year. Spending time in your house without needing to work (or at least having no work to do except cooking and showering) over the Christmas holiday with your family has a way of forcing you to re-orientate yourself … Continue reading What I learned in 2018.
Not a terrible book, and is worth the read for a general view on nation, rather than nationalism. There are only a few parts of this book which really make it stick out as biased. First of all, the author spends a sub-chapter on the subject of race, this sub-chapter is one mere paragraph and … Continue reading A very short introduction: Nationalism by Steven Grosby, book review
A video was recommended to me on YouTube and it caught my eye. It was on why women cheat and was put forward by a woman herself called Ashley Elisa. So, I was interested in what she would say, especially considering she is a female herself. I was surprised that her video was very similar … Continue reading A comment on Feminism.
There is a general feeling of malaise among native communities of the Europeans. I was unaware of this as a child or perhaps it just didn’t exist yet, I was also unaware of it as a young adult. While now I am sensitive to it, and certainly sensitive to reflecting on past experiences with fresh … Continue reading Goodbye mister white guy.
Being the Stalag edition it has some very simple English mistakes which can be easily excused by the fact it was translated in bulk by one German officer who knew English. It may be worth someone combing through this edition just to correct that as many of the mistakes are simple typos like misspellings of … Continue reading Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler, Stalag Edition, book review