In this week’s Struggle Session the TRS Death Panel praise the great Augusto Pinoche Ugarte for his epic smackdown of international communism in his native Chile. Pathetic leftists myths and narratives are crushed with stubborn facts, and because Britain is faggots. Morrakiu brings us another brilliant Merchant Minute.
I am not known for environmentalism. “Conservation” for me is picking up after myself and not overfishing the local lake. I will recycle when it’s available, but I am not keeping up with those extra bins at home. That’s a headache and I have better things to do; dragoon those sickly Honduran children to recycle my shit for me.
Don’t get me started on the bizarre lifestyles greenies indulge in, like non-GMO diets or shitting in cat boxes or living in a closet. I already have a God I seek forgiveness from, and Thoreau was mediocre anyway.
I want to own an electric or hybrid vehicle like I want a haircut from an ISIL militant. I’m jonesing for a big ole’ diesel truck like every other red-blooded American male.
Sunday’s “People’s Climate March” in New York City prompted the Death Panel to convene, postpone their plans for this weeks episode and discuss the insanity. Unqualified Expert in Fucking Loving Science “Hateful Heretic” joins us and explains how to get your solar panel array to generate 1,488 jiggawatts of white power. Morrakiu blesses us yet again with another installment of The Merchant Minute.
On this week’s Daily Shoah we discuss the child sex abuse scandal in Rotherham, England, the desperate scrambling by progressives to preserve their narrative as well as potential consequences for European politics than none of us really know anything about. Finally Morrakiu rounds it out with a look at the real culprits behind it all in this week’s “Merchant Minute.”
In this week’s Daily Shoah we present our Labor All Day Commie spectacular. The Death Panel takes on the Red Scare… or adds to it, depending on your particular worldview (all of which are totes valid and important). Morrakiu returns with another installment of the freshly renamed “Merchant Minute!”
The past several weeks have seen harsh debate and a sharp divide among our inner circle. The issue? Secession. In particular, whether or not the United States as a nation is something worth maintaining. This may come as a surprise to some: the blog’s generally positive attitude regarding the United States is a minority view in our circle.
Dissent with the current trajectory has been bubbling for months: neologisms like “larping” and “Skyrimist” have not helped matters. Podcast 2 finally led to emotions boiling over. The result hasn’t been pretty.
Discussions very quickly degenerated, criticisms became personal in nature. A lot of harsh words were said; I certainly spoke my fair share. Several long time members (including the fellow who personally brought me into TRS) have gone so far as to actually sever ties. I expect things to remain tense for a while.
I don’t expect a blog post to magically mend fences. That said, I do feel this topic deserves a more even-keeled appraisal than what has been offered on the blog so far. So in contrast I will begin by presenting four allowances on the issue. The Secession Concessions, so to speak.
Article Submission By Captain Moroni
Editor’s Note: We have had a number of Mormons involved in the group since before we started the blog in 2012. I’m excited one of them has finally produced an article!
While I do not profess the LDS faith, I am in complete agreement with Cpt. Moroni’s stance against women preachers/priests. I find Mormons vastly preferable to the esoteric mystics or pagans normally found in the reactionary milieu.
For anyone who cared (read: no one), a mouthy feminist was finally excommunicated from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Unsurprisingly, large media outlets jumped at the chance to shame a pillar of patriarchy and tradition.
The shame didn’t stick well, at least for those of us who enjoy no longer having to associate by faith with creatures like Kate Kelly. The media eventually moved on, but the flock has nevertheless been exposed to a foul and contagious disease.