The Whore of Babylon in Fritz Lang's "Metropolis"

The Satanic Roots of Feminism

By: Jay While there are many anti-feminist bloggers, “men’s rights” activists and talking heads continually chipping away at the chief idol of our time (equalism/egalitarianism), few are aware of the origins of “equalism” and its hideous spawn, the feminist movement as a planned, engineered, and strategically deployed offensive, not just targeting women, but the entire…

Romanian Writer Ninel Ganea Interviews Jay’s Analysis, Pt 3

Romanian writer, philosopher, and member of the Von Mises Institute, Ninel Ganea interviewed me concerning my own thoughts surrounding a variety of issues.  Ninel runs Karamazov.ro  and is posting the interview in 3 installments.  Below is part 3. Part 1 here Part 2 here What is the philosophical/economical/esoteric argument for reduction of the population? We see all the…

The Revolutionary Faith – The Illuminati and the Crown

“The Tea Party, I always say, is more like the American Revolution, and Occupy Wall Street is more the French Revolution.” -Rand Paul By: Jay There are two major strands of the revolutionary tradition (or what we might call revlutionism) when viewed from the perspective of association with secret societies.  Both are inheritors of the Enlightenment and…

Apocalypticism, Republiconmunism and Race-specific Bio-Weapons

By: Jay For a long time I’ve held back on my actual thoughts on things, but nowadays I could care less. The actual operation of the entire society has become so absurd, backward, and irrational that it is now comical. For those aware, it is quite evident there is a long term plan to re-engineer and…

Cloud Atlas (2012) – Esoteric Analysis

The Gospel of Illuminism By: Jay Cloud Atlas (2012) was an interesting film on several levels. Fans of both the Wachowskis and Tom Tykwer will quickly recognize the fingerprints of all three, especially philosophical elements of the Matrix trilogy.  From the perspective of moral assessment, there is much in the film that I object to, but artistically speaking, I…

Footloose (1984): Absurd Analysis

By: Jay Baconista: n., A dance, dance revolutionary. Footloose is fabulously absurd: a butt-cut Kevin Bacon is swept up into a revolution that overthrows church and state. However, this is no classical union of the proletariat: this is a revolution fueled by music. The Beatles? The Sex Pistols? Metal? No, a revolution of Kenny Loggins, Shalamar…