The Temple of Dawn by Yukio Mishima, book review

The Temple of Dawn or Akatsuki no Tera in Japanese is Mishima’s 1970 novel. The third in his tetralogy known as the Sea of fertility, and extremely late in his writing career. This novel follows Honda once again, and the mad Siamese princess Chantrapa who believes that she is the reincarnation of a Japanese man and wants to be … Continue reading The Temple of Dawn by Yukio Mishima, book review

Confessions of a mask by Yukio Mishima, book review

Yukio Mishima is a dark and mysterious character in modern Japanese history. He was born pre-world war II and wrote in post-war Japan, he was unhappy with its changing face and its throwing away of its tradition after the defeat by the US. The book 'Confessions of a mask' is semi-autobiographical (or at least it … Continue reading Confessions of a mask by Yukio Mishima, book review

Liberal Democracy and Might Makes Right

When discussing politics and meta-politics the concept of democracy and power naturally becomes the focus of the conversation. It is often said by those who support democracy (and sometimes even by those people who don't) that it is virtuous for three main reasons. To be clear, when I say Democracy, I mean Liberal Democracy in … Continue reading Liberal Democracy and Might Makes Right

Why didn’t President Trump ban Saudi Arabia? The answer will destroy the Left-wing’s narrative.

Many people have been angry with President Trump because of his 'Muslim-ban', but the most anger has came from the fact he didn't ban Saudi Arabia which has countless Terrorist ties and are most famous for funding the 9/11 attack. Is this lack of a ban on Saudi Arabia a sniff of betrayal, or is … Continue reading Why didn’t President Trump ban Saudi Arabia? The answer will destroy the Left-wing’s narrative.

Trump’s ‘Muslim’ ban is Obama’s.

So the media around the world is going crazy about President Trump's 'Islamophobic Muslim ban'. This is rubbish. The ban is a 120 day ban on immigrants from nations which have the highest proportion of Islamic terrorism, and the person who decided which countries are the most dangerous was Ex-president Obama. '[T]he same seven countries … Continue reading Trump’s ‘Muslim’ ban is Obama’s.

Narrative over fact: The US election fraud.

If anything proves that narrative is valued over reality and objective facts, it is the reports about Trump's claim of election fraud. A video is available of many Democrat workers openly admitting how they commit election fraud, and yet what do the papers say? Well let's take a look: Voter fraud is rare, so no: … Continue reading Narrative over fact: The US election fraud.