Saturday, June 30, 2018

Lockhart's Top LaFonds Volume 31

Welcome to weekend links!  2018 is half over, always remember that you will die.

Wing Chun and boxing, a coach's perspective.

Coaching the asymmetrical guard, knife fighting for boxers.

Failure to worship will be punished.

Tony Cox and James have a similar approach to love.

Coming soon, My Younger Self, Nero the Pict's oral memoir.  Kids in Cumberland were like adults in Baltimore.

The "slippery slope" of sexual deviancy ends in mandatory participation.

The terse talk of the non-turgid.

Analyzing identity politics in the founding documents.

Some corporate algorithm has targeted James.  Three books have now been banned.  Meanwhile, my twitter account got caught up in a minor purge, so if you follow me there, my new account is @lock328.

Buy James' books through Amazonpdf books through his main website, become a Patron, or donate straight to the man through Paypal, because you love James and his work.

(c) 2018 Lynn Lockhart

Friday, June 29, 2018

‘To Build the Boldest Bridges’

James LaFond's Impressions of The Forest Passage by Ernst Junger: Pages 67-97

“It is not inconceivable that the lawlessly maintained files [of the medical establishment] will then furnish the documents needed to intern, castrate, or liquidate.”
-The Forest Passage, 69:1

-The higher form
-Self-healing over doctors

-Evil of institutional medicine
-Charlatans, faith healers, miracles

-Weakness of the technician

-Rights, freedoms, individuals, authority
-German collective guilt

-Social liquidation
-Criminal authority

-Old Germanic freedom
-Home defense oaths

-Clearly against national socialism
-Freedom as hardship

-War for freedom
-Fourth generation warfare

-Modern mass war favors guerilla operations

-Freedom as struggle

-The armed individual
-The Forest Passage of the rebel is a negotiation of the tension between freedom and necessity

-The danger of empty routine
-Military reduction in form
-War crimes as vengeance

-Duty and crime are compatible

-Law, custom and dominion

-Persecution: moral, religious, political
-Midpoint of the nihilistic process

-Rationalism to mechanism
-Propaganda as a subspecies of technology, replaces morality [values are supplanted by consumption of aggression and submission cues fed to the collective, death of organic society]

-Infamy, judgement and non-participation

-Criminal as secret hero
-Anarcho-tyranny prediction

-Internal morality in the face of amoral modernity
-Fear of freedom

-Will of the zeitgeist
-Property and catastrophe

-Disenfranchisement, incarceration, dispossession
-Mechanism of erasing the human identity
-Destruction through division

-Existential property
-The souls of potent men and women
-Consumption and wealth

-Dispossession & fictional utopias
-Property as a slavery ideal
-Intersection of dispossession and slavery ideal = slavery

-The sovereign person
-The plight of Cortez in the night

-Regimes & dynasties
-Man’s being

-Enfeebled modern spirit

-Temporal anxiety
-The word

-Contacts with being & language
-Man’s nature


-Best summary ever written would make a nice header for a manifesto for human autonomy


Ernst Junger, soldier, officer, memoirist, novelist and philosopher experienced the passage of already tyrannical nations into a human erasing globalist system, promising heaven on one hand and dispensing hell with the other. His war experience and intellect permitted him to resist the pull of time into what was to him a politicized ship of fools plowing through a never-to-be-plumbed sea. He offers to the conscious reader the opposite option of the temporal ship, being the transcendent journey, traditionally understood by men of many races who guided their juniors, from the time before history and civilization and decreasingly into the shadows of modernity, as a journey through a forest, where the wayfarer is beset by darkness, doubt, beasts, thickets, rock and water, largely out of contact with the guidance of heaven. These two metaphors for navigating life as either a passenger on a ship which has sailed or a wanderer in a world which assails come to life starkly in the words of the old soldier.

(c) 2018 James LaFond

Thursday, June 28, 2018

‘The Zero Meridian’

James LaFond's Impressions of The Forest Passage by Ernst Junger: Pages 31-67

“Everything can become an object of fear.”
-The Forest Passage, 30:2

Junger continues to drive deeper into the question of modernity through metaphor.

-Fear is a man’s partner in his inner dialogue

-Dissenter rises above the animal
-God spark asleep within man

-Suffering slave millions
-Cry to heaven

-Exterior social illusion
-Mighty fictions of the times

-Select minority prefer danger to servitude
-Time versus transcendence [Evola’s sacred tension]

-Individual wiser than organizations
-Reciprocity of collective antagonism

-Forest as the transcendent journey
-Ship as the journey confined within Time
-Banishment random in civilization

-Ancient banishment
-Modern banishment

-Reconnecting with myth [stepping out of Time]
-The Raft of the Medusa
-Modern military forms

-Fully autarchic powers: USA & USSR
-Soviet dilemma: Russia in the Forest, Soviet in the Ship [in and out of Time]
-Masks of power

-Demonic and zoological fears of humanity
-Meaning and desirability of freedom
-Politics as a fool’s errand

-Under the wire
-Freedom and Time

-Individual = sufferer, knower, judge
-Utopia = termite mound, an expression of hive instinct
-Military systems as the lightning that heralds the storm

-The middle way
-From nationalism to globalism

-Joining or resisting the wolf pack
-Third element of human quality

-Catastrophe as freedom
-Forest in the myth of Gilgamesh

-Heroes & forests
-Waste place quests
-Fate and man

-Destiny, devaluation, music in man’s inner quest
-The uncanny secret

-Beyond the powers of Time [In Time]
-A Gnostic notion of the world
-The eternal shape-changing fears which shackle man

-Womb of being
-Dreamtime of high cultures

-Fear of death
-Gilgamesh & Psalm 90
-Sacrificing Truth
-Time’s defeat

-Christ as Herculean-Dionysian fusion
-Community, unity of earth and sun powers
-Socrates and the Stoics

-Victories must be ever re-won
-Daimonion as forest
-Modern education systems dedicated to cultivating fear as social control mechanism

-Solitary souls, islands of truth
-Modern man as mere zoological being

-Rejection of liberalism
-Church as museum
-Church as state

-Zoological political arrangements as deserts
-Doubt, pain, nihilism

-Dialogue between man and vid
-Machines as the witnesses of Time

-Loneliness, quality, consciousness

-Political prison diaries as messages in a bottle
-Churches as besieged refuges

-Creative forces as a wake
-Churches as organs of tyranny

-Science emerging as religion of zoological man
-Higher worlds and inner erosion

-Wasted city zones [predicts suburban soul blight]
-Illusory utopian states

-Profile of nihilistic priest as social traitor

-Novelist as breakwater against social lies
-The faith negation of the “zero meridian”

-Science makes of modern folk a wasteland race dumb to the truth
-The old freedom

-Against the argument with evil
-Spiritual currents


(c) 2018 James LaFond

‘Within These Hypnotic Spheres’

James LaFond's Impressions of The Forest Passage by Ernst Junger: Pages 1-30

“Our reader will have learned from personal experience that the nature of questions themselves has changed.”

-The Forest Passage 2:1

In The Forest Passage, a gift from fellow writer S.L. James, I have found what I believe to be one of the most important books written by a man of the Age of Nations for the guidance of the Post National Man. Many wise whispers are incisively lurking in within these 97 slim pages. I have annotated them as follows, this is the first of three parts:

-Awareness of the distinct questions of our time
-Lost masculinity of a waning age

-Advent of questioning systems
-Counterfeiting of will via demos
-Society of interrogator

-Adjusting to perpetual social change
-Reflection as antidote
-Mystery of participation in a choiceless world

-Quote for Barbarism vs Civilization
-Illusion of freedom

-Corruption equals failure of subtlety
-We are human residue polluting an inhuman system

-Dangers of consummation
-Dissenters as living trophies

-Values of dissent
-Confirmation of power
-Terror, fear, hate, threat
-Discourages non-participation in choiceless system

-Democracy as thorny thicket
-Dissenter as criminal monster

-Voting “no” as an intersecting fiction

-Predicts Vietnam, postmodern angst
-Human residue as spiritual gold

-Termite state
-Constant threat condition
-Fractional autonomy
-Power demands allegiance
-Power survives on breaches of allegiance

-Advising young men on “swimming with leviathan”

-To fall or transform?

-Social tension a necessity
-Necessity versus freedom

-Dissent preserves notions of justice in an age of violence

-A concentration of being
-Police growth correlates to growth of minority power

-The forest passage = invisible resistance

-Trivial stature associated with enormous power

-The worker as It
-Art & worship supplant will & passion
-Automatism verses nomos & ethos
-Desperate state: living under weaponized laws

-Modernity dedicated to erasure of free will

-Reconception of freedom
-Gaps in the armor of leviathan [Tolkien, the dragon?]
-Cycle of freedom & tyranny
-Tolkienesque metaphors expand:
-Worker as orc
-Unknown soldier as wraith
-Forest rebel as ranger [dissenter]
-Price of domestication

-Oppose automatism
-Defy fatalism
-Three great powers

-Authorship = independence
-The technical collective [Poe’s Pit]
-Modernity as labyrinth

-Synchronicity of individual insecurity and collective security
-Sinking of the titanic, watermark of...

-Man the primal tree in the forest
-Modernity the passage of leviathan
-Cycles of cosmic anxiety

-Flee, hide or suicide to escape from the base?
-News as the automatized perfection of FEAR

-Cold War predicts War on Terror, both phony instruments of fear saturation
-Fear more powerful than danger 

(c) 2018 James LaFond

Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Twerps, Goons and Meatshields - Crackpot Podcast Ep 37

Welcome to Episode 37 of the Crackpot Podcast!

James and Lynn discuss Twerps, Goons and Meatshields, your complete guide to beating people with sticks.  The book is meant for combat athletes looking to expand their repertoire of brutality.  If you find reading instructions to be tedious, never fear, there are many videos to help you achieve your skills of violence:

Modern Agonistics Video Page

Lancaster Agonistics YouTube Channel

Lynn Lockhart Channel Training Videos

The Crackpot Podcast features the foremost pioneer of the sport of stickfighting, James LaFond, and sleep deprived motherslave, Lynn Lockhart, who doesn't understand why Windows stopped supporting Movie Maker Live, and spent Sunday trying to figure out how to use ShotCut, or VideoPad, or what, just to make a slideshow that no one will actually watch.



0:01:30 Four Ruthless Whores (Daughters of Moros in Darkly) and the fate of public parks in suburbia
0:05:00 Barney in the ghetto, a very special episode
0:07:20 James left the house without a blade??? Crackhead in pursuit, improvised weapon is called for
0:11:07 How to get home if you are being followed
0:18:05 How normal writers write, publish and sell books
0:19:30 What is a twerp? What is a goon? What is a meatshield?
0:24:50 How is a muscular man like a car tire?
0:28:30 Stereotypes are true
0:30:05 Myth 20 Hell's Angels
0:32:20 Modern Agonistics
0:37:45 Is physiognomy real?
0:44:10 Israel Flood
0:54:58 What makes a good wrestler?
1:03:35 Neanderbol and other fiction projects

(c) 2018 Lynn Lockhart

Saturday, June 23, 2018

Lockhart's Top LaFonds Volume 30

Big Ron's adventures continue, though setting up a podcast has been tough!

A look at the early conditions of Maryland's social development.

Sean's is planning a pretty serious Man Weekend. If you are interested, follow the link and inquire with him.

Inquiries from SS Sam, on Plantation America and the Sunset Saga.  Also see the tag here at the blogspot for the Sunset Saga.

Running the numbers on Plantation America compared with modern day incarceration rates.  Don't worry, Kim K. is on the case!

In boxing news, Roberto Duran Jr. has made his debut!

A law & order ostracism & revenge movie review.

Curling may have some whimsical charm but I have to agree with James here.

A video from an interesting dissident.

It's almost Murderbowl halftime, how are we doing?

Bringing up daughters is rather terrifying.

The invisible yet incredibly vivid world of Cotton and Increase Mather.

Buy James' books through Amazonpdf books through his main website, become a Patron, or donate straight to the man through Paypal, because you love James and his work.

(c) 2018 Lynn Lockhart

Friday, June 22, 2018

Shelters for the Self by James LaFond and Scott Cole

The Captured Diary of Petty Officer Second Class Koyama

I am very proud to announce the first book to be published under the Crackpot label.  When James and I started podcasting on a lark in June of 2017, "The Crackpot Podcast" was the first name he suggested, it made me laugh and we ran with it.  A few months ago he suggested we start a new publishing account together, so that I could further encroach on his work and handle cover design, pricing, uploading, and other administrative duties.  This was after I insisted on editing every new book before its release, starting with Masculine Axis.

James attracts contributors, just by being the friendly and accessible writing machine that he is.  Shelters for the Self drew out Scott Cole, a veteran who lived in Japan.  Scott was able to identify the battle described by Koyama in his diary, the taking of Biak by American forces, that began in May of 1944.  Scott created a timeline to correspond to diary entries, and added cultural and language context as well.  The operator of the Twitter account known as Wrath of Gnon was also moved to contribute.  He currently resides in Japan and was able to give additional translation advice and performed detective work on the diarist, providing other readers with valuable information that might lead to the discovery of Koyama's descendants or other relatives.  I must thank Tony Cox for volunteering his excellent proofreading services.

It has been a great privilege to work with James, and the community that he has built, on this project, and I hope for many more to come.



The diary of Petty Officer Second Class Koyama was a spoil of war, passed from the hands of an American veteran of World War II into the possession of his heirs, forgotten and found again. It is published here as an artifact of the Pacific theater, memory of which slips away in favor of events in Europe, and in hopes of a connection between the descendants of men made enemies.

Available in paperback and in Kindle edition.

(c) 2018 Lynn Lockhart

Man Gearing by James LaFond

Building an Unapologetic, Masculine Mindset in an Effeminate World

The author contends that the current sissy age is a domesticating construct devoted to your emasculation. Although these views are put forth by a man generally believed to be “insane” and at best a maniac, a crank who claims to commune with the ghost of an ancient Scythian Khan, you might want to consider that your forefathers sold you out for a cozy life and reject their degenerate aspirations in favor of a warrior’s view of this limp-wristed world.

Available in paperback, coming soon in Kindle edition.

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Not Much of a Protest

Artistic Negation in the News

Manny Soprano, our Senior Correspondent from New Jersey, has filed the following report:

There wasn’t much of a protest this week. It seems the City has agreed to move the Statue 200 feet in newly built park. My bet is the thing goes into storage and never comes out.

More on the story here.

(c) 2018 James LaFond

Monday, June 18, 2018

‘The Pulse of Life’

James LaFond's Impressions of A Moment by Robert E. Howard
Reading from page 81 of A Word from the Outer Dark

Four verses of four lines each are the time it took for Robert E. Howard to reverse his negative exposure lens and bring to bear his sharpest tool in the exposition of heroism among horror and savagery, which was his stock-in-trade. There is something deeply horrific about Howard’s settings, something that does not square with his lack of graphic gore and his reticence towards the minutia of killing.

It is this, his deep appreciation for beauty which is imbedded in many dark corners of his prose but which forms the entirety of A Moment, the first verse of which is quoted below:

Let me forget all men a space,
All dole and death and dearth;
Let me clutch the world in my hungry arms—
The paramour of the earth.

This passion for natural beauty shines languidly through the brutal masculine mechanics of his barbarian characters, the sullied souls of his civilized villains, the inhumane gulfs that shadow his fictional worlds, and the bones of the dying civilizations bleaching under the eye of his dark sun, mostly in the persons of his female characters, who are never mere sidekicks, love interests or possessions, but rather as miniature—often innocent—little worlds like flowers under the cruel feet of men.

(c) 2018 James LaFond

Sunday, June 17, 2018

Calling Uncle Fred

On Wading in Our Reduction

I called Uncle Fred just now, a few minutes ago.

“Hey Uncle Fred. This is Jimmy. You’re the closest thing to a father I have so I thought I’d wish you a happy Father’s Day.”

“Why thank you, Jimmy, that means a lot. I’m glad you feel that way.”

His voice breaks as I try to make the next bit hurt as little as possible, without a prayer of success. “I’m so sorry that we lost Aunt Patsy.”

“Thank you, Jimmy. It doesn’t make any sense. She was such a sweetheart. I could have never found another woman that good.”

“Is Joann or Cathy there with you?”

“Yes, they’re here. Jimmy, Patsy was the best person I knew and she’s gone and it don’t make no sense.”

“I hope you have a real good day, Uncle Fred.”

“Thank you, Jimmy—that means a lot.”

“I hope to see you before the year is out, sir.”

“That would be nice—I love you buddy…”

“I love you too. Take care.”

Patsy was the most intelligent women I have met who majored in English. She qualified for a university scholarship but the Dean told her that she’d never be able to find work in her field—that people didn’t care what women thought. I remember her telling me that she did enough so that she could work as a teacher and teach her own children, as, with Uncle Fred’s coaching job, they would be travelling a lot. Patsy gave me numerous writing tips when she found out what I was up to. She had eagerly offered to proofread my work when I was in desperate need for that kind of help. But she was such a sweetheart I couldn’t, with clear conscience, let her get caught up in the current of my dark inquires or darker fantasies.

Fred and Patsy raised a son and four daughters, who all have families across the nation. We were to celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary this July 5.

Fred was the strongest man I knew of his generation. The smartest woman and the strongest man I knew had held a bond for longer than I shall hopefully live—for I don’t want to do well enough to end up in his current place.

(c) 2018 James LaFond

Friday, June 15, 2018

Lockhart's Top LaFonds Volume 29

Happy Father's Day! I hope you are all being feted with the finest steaks, beers, whiskey, etc.

When you work in a zoo, the salient question is which side of the glass are you on?

Coaching question from Baruch, bare knuckle punching positions.

A coffee shop in my panhandler infested hometown used to use a fishbowl - full of water! - as a tip jar, this was 20 years ago.

James' and Sean's last stick fight.

Drinking and writing and thinking, proceed with caution and be nice to your editor.

The fight of 2019 is set up, the first LPR bout in over a century?

Open carry vs. the Police.

The crimes of these Baltimore cops are truly staggering.  They were LITERALLY, yes literally, a street gang with all the privileges of the badge, and the crimes and corruption surely exceed what has been disclosed here.

If I knew how to sew I would design a line of tactical clothing for women.

Mushy stuff on Facebook is the absolute worst!  Keep that in your texts and email where it's between you, your loved one and the NSA.

Nathan Bedford Forest was an interesting man but that last idea is awful.

James reviews mid-century horror from Fritz Leiber.

The Suburban Crime Surfer still rides the bus.

Buy James' books through Amazonpdf books through his main website, become a Patron, or donate straight to the man through Paypal, because you love James and his work.

(c) 2018 Lynn Lockhart

Tuesday, June 12, 2018

‘Against the Sunset’

James LaFond's Impressions of Autumn by Robert E. Howard
Reading from A Word from the Outer Dark, page 79

“Now is the lyre of Homer flecked with rust,” begins the first verse of three in this circadian poem. Reading such brief, atmospheric works shot with reflection and shaded in reds, grays and midnight shadows, one finds—or this reader fancies—the doom-gurgling fountain of Howard’s most striking fantasies set in worlds so dark that his black-maned, dark-hearted and bloody-handed heroes might seem a comet of virtue against the worlds that bore them.

Like Homer, Howard places avian life in the position of intermediaries, messengers from beyond man’s understanding, offering a perspective that renders poets forever envious of the gods. Autumn serves as a curtain for the living stages set by the most powerful fantasist of the 20th century, invoking an inner season that seems to have ever been his time of mind. And, as usual, his starkly chosen words whisper of things then and now taboo.

The sere1 leaves fall on a forgotten lute,
And autumn’s arms enfold a dying race.

Diction Note
1. Sere: being dried and withered

(c) 2018 James LaFond

Sunday, June 10, 2018

‘Slave of the Greater Freedom’

The Adventurer and Shadow of Dreams by Robert E. Howard
James LaFond's impressions, reading from pages 72-6 of a Word from the Outer Dark

The Adventurer

This dream of oceans of deep water and burning sands is had on a hammock, swaying with the rhythm of an ever-dawning world of wonder, peril and plunder. Bordering on a juvenile yearning for the pirate’s storied life, the dreaming author—so obviously entranced as he composes this splicing of epic heroic style and pastoral idyll, writes as if Hesiod dreamed Homer’s dread dreams and somehow burnished them in his starry mind’s eye.

These four verses of eleven or more lines are mused from a swaying perspective—this reader thinks—as a compositional aid, a means of self-entrancement by the author. The style is not purely idyllic or heroic and is infected with treasure lust but slimly, the focus forever returning to deeper, broader horizons in Howard’s elemental style, in which the wind, the fabric of dreams, the broad deep, the mountains gone and the moon blinking tomorrow always supersede the humanly frail, beckoning the reader to become a writer, and so to become an adventurer of the mind at least.

In a dream-killing world, an aspiring fiction writer might acquire a copy of A Word from the Outer Dark and read The Adventurer and other like verses as a means of literal liberation.

Shadow of Dreams

This lesser star of 39 over-laden lines, limps remorselessly towards Death’s door like a bauble hung whore unable to remember all her paramours of yore. The dull drive of over-saturated imagery associated with oriental adventures and strange lands is perhaps Howard’s worst work and perhaps he would agree. The first lines are the best:

Stay not from me, that veil of dreams that gives
Strange seas and skies and lands and curious fire,
Dragons and crimson moons and white desire…

This reader would prefer to think that this was Howard’s first attempt at his signature style of dark poetic fantasy, and is content to quite like the first few lines for their own sake.

(c) 2018 James LaFond

Saturday, June 9, 2018

Lockhart's Top LaFonds Volume 28

Cool off with a frosty beverage and your weekend links:

Wellread Ed provides an education along with lifesaving medical treatment.

Starting last week, James and readers have been discussing strategies for finding a mate, with plenty of good comments:
-First, why you want to be the heathen husband.
-Who exactly are these Christian girls, and why don't their own men aren't getting the job done.

Death row deathmatch in Jersey.

James is home from a visit to Manny and Mary Soprano.

Develop your honor, and find the strengths of your mature identity, then build your organization.

Petroleum is the thin black line separating humanity from the return of explicit mass enslavement.

Tony's violence interview: domestic violence, police, aluminum baseball bat.  James' views on dealing with such men.  Don't fall in love over the internet, fellas.

My country is supposed to be the most violent, but we are way behind Sweden on grenade and IED attacks.

Training the stick jab.

crackhead and a hostage.

Boxing: Saturday night, Tyson Fury returns to the ring, James provides some analysis.  James reviews bare knuckle fights.

Baltimore is an open and unrelenting pit of rancid digestive fluids into which humans must be flung to appease Baal.

Video analysis with Baruch, a brainy former gangbanger and animal update.

Law and order demystified.

Buy James' books through Amazonpdf books through his main website, become a Patron, or donate straight to the man through Paypal, because you love James and his work.

(c) 2018 Lynn Lockhart

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Open Ended Aggression with Dennis Dale - Crackpot Ep 36

For Episode 36 of the Crackpot Podcast, we welcome Dennis Dale, a citizen journalist in Portland and prime example of the LaFond demographic.  Our wide ranging discussion covers popular culture, managing aggression, prison gangs and more.  Be sure to check out Dennis' blog.

The Crackpot Podcast features reluctant political commentator James LaFond and Wendy Darling to the LaFondiverse, Lynn Lockhart.



0:00:40  James' appearance with Dennis and Luke Ford
0:05:00  Dealing with passive aggressiveness and PC culture
0:11:20  Dennis' interview with KMG, Dennis is a citizen journalist, arrested for his craft
0:15:35  James has never been arrested, the talk for working class white kids compared to others
0:20:25  The culture of American blacks in Baltimore
0:23:35  Changes in Baltimore since the riot
0:32:15  "White trash"
0:33:35  Changes in LA racial dynamics
0:46:58  Hidden costs of demographic changes
0:48:40  Portland developments
0:52:20  Baltimore schools
0:53:35  Ethnic cleansing of urban areas, moving criminal elements into suburbs
0:56:15  West Coast one-party rule
0:57:50  Homeless in Portland
1:00:20  Mr. Mohammed
1:08:40  Learn the laws of self defense
1:15:00  Dennis experiencing diversity in Portland
1:18:30  James' silent terror urban defense instructions
1:22:44  The LaFond demographic
1:34:10  The white guy menace, Aryan Brotherhood, Great White Defendant,
1:39:48  Black Criminal Mastermind, The Wire, black James Bond, Drugs Inc.

(c) 2018 Lynn Lockhart

Saturday, June 2, 2018

Lockhart's Top LaFonds Volume 27

Good morning, time for weekend links:

These couples have the highest rates of domestic violence.

'Women is always a situation.'  How Big C learned about Braxton-Hicks contractions.

The evolution of slavery to its current form in America.

Even an edgy foreign filmmaker can't admit to being an appreciative reader of James LaFond, never mind a middle class striver.

Police reveal themselves in their shouted commands.

Policing in Baltimore is innovative!

Prepping for a Brazil style truck strike.

Summer is coming, remember to stay hydrated.

Civilized segregation?  The Old Gods are also called the Gods of the Copybook Headings, from my favorite dead poet, Rudyard Kipling.

A good discussion on pistol shooting posture, don't miss the comments.

Why do people go to bars?  I guess watching the proceedings would be entertaining.

Every man in your organization must be a warrior.

The female police officer is a human sacrifice.

The bugpeople have come to Baltimore.

Another MC story, very disturbing.

Here is part 4 of a series from the Teutonic Fist, giving a different perspective on Europe's migrant crisis.

When daycare is better than parents, your society is just about done.

Be the heathen anchor of your Christian family.

Buy James' books through Amazonpdf books through his main website, become a Patron, or donate straight to the man through Paypal, because you love James and his work.

(c) 2018 Lynn Lockhart