Thursday, May 25, 2017

Christus Vincit

Acendit Deus In Jubilatione

Melania Trump's Message

Pope Francis Blesses Melania Trump's Rosary

The First Lady forgoes the head scarf while in Saudi Arabia but dons the traditional long black dress and mantilla when visiting the Pope.


Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Who is James Comey?

The media praised him. Then they raised a screeching chorus demanding his head. And now they're tripping over themselves defending him and his job from the latest 'Literal Hitler': AKA President Donald J Trump. 

Who is it that has evoked such a bi-polar narrative form the press? Why it is James Comey, the very Portrait Of Corruption himself!

Tommy Robinson in Manchester:

Paul Weston: A Voice for the Resistance

Manchester United In Denial

There is absolutely no need whatsoever for all the head-scratching, navel-gazing or brow-furrowing search for the motivation that made the Manchester Massacre possible. Our enemy has never been shy or less than forthcoming about Why They Hate Us

The only mysteries here are, why we don't take them at their word and why we don't hit them back ten times as hard?

We won't strike back, of course. We're too multi-culti for that.

Instead, candles will be lit amid wreaths of flowers. Tears will be shed. Hands shaped into hearts might even be raised into the night. Platitudes will certainly be peddled aplenty and hash-tagged ad nauseum. Throughout it all political correctness will be strictly enforced by our enlightened czars of tolerance. 
We will be advised, once again, to carry on as usual. 

The problem is that our New Usual is shaping up to be an attack every Nine Days.

Now sadly, there seems to be no limit to what human beings can get used to. Fortunately on the flip side, there is no limit to what a people can accomplish when they bind their wills to GOD's Will.

Saint Joan of Arc, Pray for us!

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

It's A Good Thing Candles Are So Cheap...

... Because we're going to need a whole lot of them considering that the vigils which are our go-to and flaccid response to every Islamic act of war against us will insure further and ever more ferocious attacks from that grand ol' religion o' peace.

And don't worry none, Manchester. Scotland Yard in on the job!

Monday, May 22, 2017

Republicans in Minnesota Have No Balls...

So why should women in the gopher state keep their clitoris?

Female Genital Mutilation In Minnesota may very well go unchallenged and unpunished as the worthless CUCKS in charge bow to political correctness.

I'll leave it to the reader's own reckoning to determine whether there might be some connection between this case of self-inflicted dhimmitude and Minnesotan's craven need to Surrender to Satanists!?!

If you'd like to plead with the good people of Belle Plaine to return to their senses, please consider adding your good name to this  Petition.

Friday, May 19, 2017

Murder, Mayhem and the Mainstream Media

The latest hysterics in DC lead me to believe something BIG is about to break. The reaction to Comey's firing is just way too extreme. The incompetent boob just doesn't deserve any of the wailing and gnashing of teeth offered up on his behalf by a press that not long ago, was calling for his head.

Impeachment? Really? I don't think so. I could list the ways that these calls for President Trump's impeachment are not only inappropriate, and laughably so, but John C Wright has already done so much better than I could have managed the affair.

And then there is this inconvenient video...

So what is the BIG SHOE about to drop? I don't know of course, but my tingling Spidey Senses tell me all the squawking is a desperate attempt to divert our attention away from the curious murder of Seth Rich.

While the investigation has been presently stymied, one must remember that President Trump has only just begun to drain the swamp. In time the monsters that lurk there will all be exposed.

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

May's Booknado

 May's Booknado is presently twisting and twirling itself through the internet.

Go on, dive in and hitch yourself to a wild ride of a read!

Friday, May 12, 2017

Barbarians, Foreign and Domestic!

Over at Vox Popoli, the inimitable Vox Day points out the fiendish fetish for Historical Vandalism shared by Isis in the Middle East and Progressives in the West.

Sunday, May 7, 2017

Some Pictures Don't Need A Thousand Words

What kind of a man would sit at the feet of Merkel?

I Sincerely Hope It Is Not The Kind Of Man France Chooses To Lead The Nation!

Friday, May 5, 2017

DOMINO - A Book Review

                      Ever since Aesop's time, if not before then, storytellers have been spinning yarns about animals in order to make salient observations about humanity. These tales are among the most enduring and endearing stories we have. DOMINO By Kia Heavey is a more than deserving addition to their immortal ranks.                      

Domino can be fitted snuggly between George Orwell's Animal Farm and Richard Adam's Watership Down, the two books more than a few reviewers have compared it to. Like Orwell's and Adam's classics, Domino is, first and foremost, an entertaining tale about fully fleshed (and furred) characters. Heavey really knows her animals, cats in particular, and her writing is sharp enough to comfortably place the reader in their skin. She accomplishes this with an attention to the details only the keen eye of an animal lover could detect and she reproduces them convincingly, as only a lover of language can. A dozen or so instances spring readily to mind, but I was particularly impressed by the exquisite intimacy generated during the scene in which two cats share a freshly killed squirrel.                                                         

Ostensibly, Domino is the story of a country cat trying to protect, not only his way of life, but ultimately his very life and the lives of his mate and their litter from the ramifications of "high-minded" ideas being preached by a recently transplanted city cat. This city cat, named Socrates, preaches 'transcendence', urging his fellow felines to 'overcome their natures' and 'get along' with all their fellow creatures, including, if not especially, the rats! But of course, fables, as noted, are not really about the animals which inhabit them. They are about the 'us' who read, write and share them. Domino is thus a timely tale for this age of ours which peddles nonsense like gender theory as 'science' and bids us to find our hope in the cyber snake oil of transhumanism. And the book is so well written, the story so charmingly told, that Domino is as timeless a tale as it is timely.                                            

 I highly recommend it!

Domino and other great reads can be found at the  Conservative Libertarian Fiction Alliance.

Thursday, May 4, 2017