J.K. Rowling’s meltdown


If you’re a writer, don’t become a billionaire or this may happen to you 😉



Kulturkampf II: ‘Kill All Normies’

An interesting review of a new book on the Alt-Right by a left-wing journalist, with the somewhat provocative title ‘Kill All Normies’:


One weird and striking thing that emerges in the review is the book author’s view that the Alt-Right’s “vision of the future […] would necessitate violence”.

No, really, that’s too much, Miss lefty female journalist…whose worldview made the world more violent? How many came to our side after Rotherham? After jihadist bombings? After ethnic rape gangs? Beatings? Stabbings? Muggings?

There is plenty more violence on the way, undoubtedly…but we are not the ones who initiated it. Never forget that.

Interview with Juleigh Howard-Hobson

Juleigh was kind enough to interview Christensen for Counter-Currents (here: https://www.counter-currents.com/2016/09/interview-with-paul-christensen/ );

here is an interview with her mainly about her poetry:


The poetry of Juleigh Howard-Hobson

‘The Cycle of Nine’ is an excellent poetic work dealing with cycles, darkness, rebirth, with its titular cycle of nine poems forming the centrepiece of a riveting collection.

The poetess Juleigh Howard-Hobson has a unique gift for feeling inside nature, evoking its inner essences. This is poetry for a time when secrets long hidden emerge into the light of dawn (as is now starting to happen), and even hints at a return of the gods (‘Shield Wall’).

Recommended for “those who strain to see the rays of the Black Sun…”

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Unconscious Waters

The chapter called ‘Bird King’ in Christensen’s Reveries of the Dreamking was clearly inspired to some degree by this passage in Miguel Serrano’s book The Serpent of Paradise:

“It is possible that God is simply an unconscious being who has created the world in His dreams and in His nightmares. Everything comes from those unconscious waters, but no one knows how or why. The ancient Vedic poets could not explain it, and it may be that God cannot explain it either. Perhaps it is then our task to help the Creator awake from His nightmare and to lighten the darkness. If God cannot help us perhaps we can help Him, and in the process recover our lost totality.”

‘Five Out of Ten Prefer Misogyny’

Tasmanian writer James McLachlan has written a novel satirising feminism, which is recommended for anyone who needs red-pilling:



McLachlan is also the author of A Black Metal Ghost Story: