Posted by DanielS on Tuesday, 24 May 2016 10:41.
Exposing The Race Mixing Agenda
Posted by DanielS on Tuesday, 24 May 2016 08:26.
Goodnight Vienna. Goodbye Brussels.
Posted by Guessedworker on Monday, 23 May 2016 23:22.
Bayer offers buy-out of Monsanto - use of pesticide glyphosate contaminates majority of Germans
Posted by DanielS on Monday, 23 May 2016 14:00.
Natural Selecton for Past 2,000 Years Establishes Continuity of Native Britons
Posted by DanielS on Monday, 23 May 2016 12:35.
Rome: Thousands Rally against Invasion
Posted by DanielS on Monday, 23 May 2016 09:01.
Imperative to replace Golden Rule of Altruism w Silver Rule of Reciprocity for European Moral Order
Posted by DanielS on Sunday, 22 May 2016 16:13.
Hungarian - Polish Alliance Crucial: effective against EU but conflicted in regard to Russia
Posted by DanielS on Sunday, 22 May 2016 09:01.
Russian Federation Worried About NATO buildup & missile defense of Europe
Posted by DanielS on Saturday, 21 May 2016 07:58.
In evolutionary agency, directing moral rules for our people & putting Abraham where it belongs.
Posted by DanielS on Saturday, 21 May 2016 06:11.
Vigilant not to assimilate Israeli wars, nor that of any son of Abraham
Posted by DanielS on Friday, 20 May 2016 16:45.
U.S. military worker stationed in Okinawa murders Japanese woman. Shinzo Abe outraged.
Posted by DanielS on Friday, 20 May 2016 12:30.
An old ‘anti-Zionist’ to throw under the bus can still do plenty of harm in his death throes
Posted by DanielS on Wednesday, 18 May 2016 23:44.
‘White people in Sandton must share their empty rooms with the homeless’
Posted by DanielS on Wednesday, 18 May 2016 22:43.
Mississippi: Whites Ordered to “Integrate”
Posted by DanielS on Wednesday, 18 May 2016 22:00.
Study finds that 97% of White women who birth children with blacks are not married to the father
Posted by DanielS on Wednesday, 18 May 2016 10:34.
Russian Federation may release Hillary emails in order to boost Trump
Posted by DanielS on Tuesday, 17 May 2016 06:29.
Austrians backing stricter measures against migrant crisis
Posted by DanielS on Tuesday, 17 May 2016 03:58.
Important Announcement From The New Observer
Posted by DanielS on Monday, 16 May 2016 09:28.
The Silk Road
Posted by DanielS on Saturday, 14 May 2016 22:08.
The last whites of the East End
Posted by Guessedworker on Saturday, 14 May 2016 15:23.
China complains to WTO that US fails to implement tariff ruling
Posted by DanielS on Saturday, 14 May 2016 09:58.
Brexit the movie
Posted by Guessedworker on Friday, 13 May 2016 19:24.
White Left Union of Spain threatened with eviction for not sharing food with immivaders
Posted by DanielS on Thursday, 12 May 2016 15:40.
Turkish president Erdogan calls for “conquest” of Europe by Islam “through emigration” into Europe
Posted by DanielS on Thursday, 12 May 2016 15:17.
Seduction of NFL Films, Appeal of L.A. Rams 60’s, 70’s, dodging legacy of sports-fan cuckoldry
Posted by DanielS on Wednesday, 11 May 2016 18:57.
Russian Victory Day Hypocrisy
Posted by DanielS on Monday, 09 May 2016 13:02.
It Ain’t So, Joe, And Sports Statistics Didn’t Stay Objective Despite Your Unjust Banishment
Posted by DanielS on Saturday, 07 May 2016 15:22.
A question to those who know eastern Europe
Posted by Guessedworker on Friday, 06 May 2016 22:33.
Trump Picks Former Goldman Partner And Soros Employee As Finance Chairman
Posted by DanielS on Thursday, 05 May 2016 23:26.
Demonstrating perversity, The EU may fine countries for rejecting refugees
Posted by DanielS on Thursday, 05 May 2016 06:15.
YKW, Universities & The Big Business of Selling Talk
Posted by DanielS on Wednesday, 04 May 2016 19:14.
Trump: We Are Going to Love Eachother
Posted by DanielS on Wednesday, 04 May 2016 07:24.
Majorityrights Central > Category: The Arts & Design
The publicity machine for Angelina Jolie’s directorial debut, In the Land of Blood and Honey, has cranked into gear. The line is that this love story across the ethnic and religious divide of the Bosnian war is stirring passions among those who lived through its three pitiless years.
A commenter on the (at present, very short) thread writes:
There is a sense in which the appreciation of the Serb role in the conflict as “no-good guys” but also as victims marks the break-down of the Establishment narrative. Jolie is still telling it, of course, and she will win all the usual plaudits and probably an Oscar or two. Coincidentally, another false narrative had an airing on BBC2 this evening. But the “evil Serb” may not prove as enduring as the “evil Nazi”, and one small light on that may be thrown by the Telegraph comment thread. So far, it’s hearteningly balanced. I shall watch it with interest.
a sonnet by Alexander Baron
Tear down a forest, pulp its wood to print,
So begins a recent Telegraph piece by the pianist Stephen Hough on a (then) forthcoming performance by Paul Lewis of Beethoven’s fifth piano concerto, The Emporer, which closed his series of Proms performances of all five concertos.
“Rumination in freedom” has been part of our musical tradition for centuries. I would like to think that there is a reason for this, that our beguilement by, and openness to, the freedom of the emotions which these special passages afford has its roots in our psychology, and the roots runs deep. Where they ought to run, of course, is to a kind of permanent interest in standing against the external enforcement of rule and order. For that is our heritage as stubbornly independent and, I think, particularly northern Europeans, and its something that we, as nationalists thinking at the collective level, have to incorporate in our ideas and not attempt to disavow.
By David Hamilton
An entry for the 2003 Turner Prize was a sculpture depicting bodies being picked at by maggots. Entitled “Sex”, it was by Jake and Dinos Chapman, who duly made the headlines as the most shocking nominees.
Maggots feeding off a body is a fitting out picture of contemporary artists. They are corrupt, degraded, unimaginative and parasitic as they feed off our great artistic traditions and try to destroy them. Their aim is to destroy our values and something that gives meaning to our lives. Is a urinal, say, an artistic subject? No, it is intrinsically unartistic, even though it might have pleasing curves, and to write about it as such does not make it artistic but conceptually separates artistic form from subject
Contemporary art is not really art at all and should be called something else. But it is a financial asset for the global elites who buy and sell it and run the Arts Councils that manage artistic creativity.
Sotheby’s contemporary art auction in July 2008 raised more than $1 billion which shows how the global elites are investing in art regardless of economic predictions. Their evening contemporary art sale raised 95 million pounds ($189 million), the highest total for a summer contemporary auction held in Europe and just below the overall regional record set in February. Francis Bacon’s “Study for Head of George Dyer”, the artist’s lover, fetched $27.4 million, including commission; Jean-Michel Basquiat’s “Untitled”, was sold by rock band U2 for $10.1 million. Competitors Christie’s sold art worth $172 million at its sale. Only the less important Sotheby’s contemporary day sale is left and the two main auctioneers have sold works worth just over $1 billion during the summer season, which includes impressionist, modern, post-war and contemporary art. Christie’s raised around $552 million and Sotheby’s about $449 million so far.
Senior executives are confidant that the art market will sustain soaring values in spite of falling stocks and house prices with rising oil costs. Russian elites have been a big factor in booming art sales, there is worry they may inflate impressionist prices in the same way Japanese money did around 20 years ago then disappeared causing the market to crash.
They don’t make big budget films about the far right in Britain. In fact, it’s rare for any film to be made about it. But one was made last year based on the personal experiences of its director, Shane Meadows. These are my impressions of it.
IT’S 1983, the first day of the school summer holidays. We open with a couple of minutes of genuine archive footage. Mrs Thatcher appears, tearful crowds see the Falklands fleet out of harbour, then follow shots from some inane TV show – not really a contrast, as all these scenes are part of the same “spectacle”. Next come some disturbing shots of dead and wounded soldiers being hurriedly ferried away from a Falklands battlefield, and it’s these last that implicitly form a backdrop for the film itself.
Shaun, played by Thomas Turgoose, is a severely undersized 13-year-old North-country boy (the scene-setting is reminiscent of that in Ken Loach’s Kes). He has lost his father in the Falklands War. His mum (Jo Hartley) just doesn’t possess the inner resources to help him get over it, and he’s scoffed at and bullied at school.
One day he’s befriended by a gang of older kids - rather patronisingly, perhaps they want him as a mascot. They are punk/skinhead types, not political, indeed on the verge of criminality. Membership of the gang (which has one black member, a friendly and gentle boy called “Milky”) takes Shaun out of himself. The boys play fantasy/hunting games in derelict buildings: - a waste of time perhaps, but now Shaun feels that he’s needed and has a purpose.
But then an older member named Combo (Stephen Graham), whom we haven’t met before, rejoins the gang. He’s been in prison, manfully taking the rap, it seems, for one of the other members. He quickly re-establishes himself as the feared leader, and preaches a programme of white supremacy. A pivotal moment in the film has been reached, and the mood of the action changes.
Where has the joyous beat of the heart gone?
In the veinless, bloodless, joyless machine,
Illusion of our time.
Like a sunless gothic cathedral among the skyscrapers,
Without its chime - lost in the yawning heights of time.
Divine heart, you have slept too long in your primeval grave,
Waiting for the thunder to wake you up in your deep sleep!
But all that clamour couldn’t move you
You were falling deeper in your dream.
Until in the darkest darkness of my human heart,
I dreamt of the mysterious sun-ray that has come to wake you up,
Before the delightful dawn of time –from the coldest depths of
Unknown Life; from forgotten timeless spheres,
As soft as the white flower petals in warm summer nights
Comes the unknown delight!
The lost feeling - the old Eros; reborn out of time immemorial,
Deeper and warmer than all those passionate fires of cold modernity.
The poem I reproduce below was penned by a schoolgirl, Rebecca Sullivan as a (probably rather tiresome) homework assignment. Her subject matter was Remembrance Day: the 11th of the 11th. To continue with the BBC News report:-
Here then, with apologies for any excessive lugubriousness, is the poem - which I found myself forced to read from a slightly different but no less poignant perspective.
They lie there in their thousands
She stands there alone
She finds what she seeks