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Dream Flower

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Inspired by the Haiku by Holly Aglialoro, USA

“A fragrant lilac beckons me to approach it and quiet my mind”

— Holly Aglialoro, USA

The mist rose from the wintry torrent as the water, superheated by the hot spring at his feet, received the plunging glacial runoff from the mountain above. The roar was deafening. Read more …

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Before & After the Camp of the Saints:
The Untranslated Writings of Jean Raspail

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It is rather more pathetic than contemptible, the desperate struggle of William Buckley’s National Review coterie of tame Tories to win acceptance by the Establishment as “responsible” conservatives. In the magazine’s endorsement of George Ball’s (incorrectly identified as George Will’s) proposal to “send an armada of rescue boats” to save the Southeast Asian refugees, Ball is quoted as asking:

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Archie Bunker Rhymes

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A cuckservative wooed the vote of Diego,
and married a dwarf from south of Laredo.
The Koch brothers offered him a lump,
and then along came Donald Trump
to put an end to Pinko correctness.
Careless with words? The effect was:
the return of our beloved free speech,
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The Cuckservative

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Parasitic wasp laying eggs inside living caterpillar host

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A caterpillar rests upon a twig,
With no intent to conquer earth or sky;
He merely wants to eat until he’s big
Enough to turn into a butterfly —
And on that day, he’ll think of flying high.

No soaring, tragic thoughts he entertains,
No hearty lust for trouble or for war;
He knows these things are never worth the pains
That could be spent on eating more and more —
At least until the time he’s waiting for.  Read more …

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“To an Aging Countercultural Twit” & Other Poems

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To an Aging Countercultural Twit

At Woodstock you went walking in the nude,
But you were high on pot, and just a teen—
Your life is now more upscale and subdued,
And tinted with environmental green.

You still think Marx a genius, but not quite
As brilliant as Adorno or Marcuse;
Despite rheumatic damps, you will ignite
If someone sparks your old New Leftist fuse.  Read more …

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Ayn Rand’s Ideal: The Novel & the Play

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Ayn Rand
Ideal: The Novel and the Play
New York: New American Library, 2015

Ideal is Ayn Rand’s “lost” second novel, whose posthumous publication this summer is a major literary event.

In 1934, after the completion of her first novel, We the Living, Ayn Rand wrote a short novel called Ideal. At 32,000 words, it is 50% longer than Anthem, Rand’s third novel (or novella). Read more …

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The Second Marriage

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leblanc09aRoger sat in the gaming room of his local pub with a dwindling reserve of chips in his cup. The feeling of sinking deeper into the irredeemable with every coin inserted gave him an odd thrill, even though fundamentally he knew it was stupid. That was the point. And it made a fantasy come to life in his mind: If he kept losing he could always go home to his flat, pack a bag or two, jump in the car and just drive–just say goodbye to everything and maybe get a job picking fruit, cash in hand. Forget the credit card companies and live off the grid somewhere. Read more …

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Houellebecq, islám a Židé:
Recenze knihy Michela Houellebecqa Soumission

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Nejnovější román Michela Houllebecqa Soumission vyvolal ohromný rozruch. Kniha popisuje nástup k moci islamistického prezidenta ve Francii roku 2022 a předvídatelně byla označena za islamofobní. Načasování vydání knihy souběžně s masakrem v Charlie Hebdo – kdy skupina ve Francii narozených nespokojených muslimů povraždila několik levicově liberálních karikaturistů a Židů – bylo z hlediska marketingu knihy dokonalé. Read more …

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Уелбек, ислямът и евреите:
Анотация на Подчинение на Мишел Уелбек

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Последният роман на Мишел Уелбек “Подчинение“ предизвика огромен интерес. Книгата описва идването на власт във Франция на президент ислямист през 2022г. и очаквано е набедена за ислямофобска. Атентатът над Шарли Ебдо – няколко разгневени мюсюлмани родени във Франция убиват ляво-либерални карикатуристи и евреи – се проведе в най-подходящото време, за да увеличи продажбите на книгата. Действително “Подчинение“ е нещо, станало изключително рядко – succès européen (за разлика от обичайния паневропейски панаир на културата, състоящ се от холивудски блокбъстъри и дегенерирала бритпоп музика). Read more …

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Barton Fink

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There is little satisfying critical literature on the Coen brothers’ 1991 film Barton Fink. Most viewers are inclined to think that this is because the film is a pretentious, meaningless piece of crap. And Barton Fink is surely the most widely detested film by the Coens. The fact that it swept the 1991 Cannes Film Festival, winning the Palme d’Or, Best Director, and Best Actor (John Turturro) can simply be chalked up to French perversity and anti-Americanism. These people think Jerry Lewis is a genius, after all.  Read more …

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