So, should you carry one gun or two? First off, most states in present day Imperial America allow citizens to carry a handgun, but often require a state issued permit. Second, most people chose not to carry a handgun. However, I assume that a good portion of my blog readers do carry a handgun. … Continue reading Two Guns or One: An Urbanite Question?
Today, December 16, is the 179th anniversary of the Battle of Blood River. This battle occurred December 16, 1838 in the present-day country of South Africa. The Boer trekkers absolutely vanquished the Zulu savages. Rejecting British rule and attempts to Anglicize their Dutch Calvinist faith, thousands of Boers set out north into the African … Continue reading Remembering the Day of the Vow
This post primarily deals with the God part of God, Kin, and Soil, but has application to all three. What is malakos? The Greek word malakos is used just four times in the Greek text underlying the New Testament of the 1611 King James Bible. Three times it is translated “soft”, and once as “effeminate”. … Continue reading Musings on Malakos
Tarim Basin mummy Cherchen man In my last blog post They Hate Us I made the statement that “my fellow Whites, we sons of Europe” are the “builders of every civilization that has ever been”. But what about ancient India and ancient China? Everyone even slightly familiar with India knows of its caste system, … Continue reading The Curious Celts of Tarim
They hate us. All of us. Despite all of the invective hurled at racially conscious Whites in present day America, it sometimes comes out how much some on the other side, the “people of color”, really hate all White people. I know there are some P.O.C.s who have drank the multicultural Kool-Aid like most White … Continue reading They Hate Us
Back in June I took the occasion to once again drive about an hour, to the Falls of the Ohio State Park. The Falls of the Ohio is not a waterfall, but a section of rapids in the Ohio River. The Falls are visible from Clarksville on the Indiana side of the river and from … Continue reading Historical Revisionism at the Falls of the Ohio
I do not intend to always post twice a week, but here I am doing it again. I am more of a reader than a viewer. But I do sometimes watch gun videos on YouTube. Recently I watched the Vickers Tactical video Glock 18C 4K that was posted by Larry Vickers on November 24. Larry … Continue reading A Glock 18 and Rex Lex