Culture

Posted in Action on Thursday, August 27, 2015 by Joel Höglund

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Most of what is distributed on television and radio as modern culture is total shit. Although this could be regarded as only a sign of the times, there are reason to believe that much of it is actually planned and used to demoralize us and perhaps more important our children.

Here we will gather some positive examples on music, literature, art, movies, games and other forms of culture, which can actually lift our spirits rather than the reverse.

We also aim to gather a list of recommended companies to support with your business and likewise companies that it is in our collective interest to boycott. Where you decide to spend your money is the only real democratic power you have. Use it well!

Last updated on Friday, February 12, 2016

ARTICLES

Imperium (2016)

Posted in TV & Movies / Reviews on Oct 12, 2016

Harry Potter has graduated from Hogwarts and must find a way to make ends meet in the muggle world. Working as a FBI agent he tries to infiltrate every pro-white movement of America at the same time, but his only weapon is a measly +1 Persu…


Which Way Western Man? (1978)

Posted in Literature / Reviews on Sep 13, 2016

Which Way Western Man? is a collection of essays written by William Gayley Simpson and revised over many decades, first published in 1978. The latest edition was published by National Vanguard in 2003, but it seems almost impossible to find…


Literature

Posted on Sep 08, 2016

I know that there are many people out there who never picked up reading. The only books they own are huddled together in a single shelf of the bookcase. I guess that in comparison to action packed movies and video games, a full page of text…


Labyrinth (1986)

Posted in TV & Movies / Reviews on Jun 29, 2016

Labyrinth is one of those movies that simply wants to tell a story, and not aims to subtly demoralize its viewers. That is in itself a breath of fresh air this day and age, but that is far from it's only appeal. The story is most reminiscen…


Cosmic Encounter (1977)

Posted in Board Games / Reviews on Jun 04, 2016

Cosmic Encounter was first released in 1977 and according to the creators they drew inspiration from Diplomacy, but hoped to create a simpler and more fast-played game. Diplomacy is still a fantastic game of strategy and negotiation, but as…


Board Games

Posted on Apr 03, 2016

Finding a section on board games on this site might come as a bit of a surprise, but we believe board games to be fantastic, both as a form of  entertainment and socializing. Many games have the added benefit of training us in valuable skil…


Kobo Glo HD (2015)

Posted in Technology / Reviews on Feb 17, 2016

With the invention of electronic paper and E Ink, reading on a screen has become just as comfortable as reading on plain paper. Regardless of model and brand, I'd recommend anyone who enjoys reading to at least try out an eBook reader. Alth…


Technology

Posted on Feb 15, 2016

The development of new and better technology has been a characteristic of our race for millennia. The last century however has seen revolution upon revolution. Although the technology itself might be considered neutral, there is now a growi…


TV & Movies

Posted on Feb 12, 2016

Television shows and movies plays a large role in contemporary culture. Here we will provide analysis and help you sort out the good from the bad. Click here to go to our TV and movie reviews.


Spectre (2015)

Posted in TV & Movies / Reviews on Nov 08, 2015

James Bond returns in a new action-packed movie, and as one of our few heroes of modern times, he deserves some analysis. When GoldenEye was released I was eight years old and the perfect age to not be fed up with the clichés. All things we…