David Sims

Getting accepted into an Ivy League university is very, very difficult even if you are at the top of your high school graduating class. But not, apparently, if you’re Black and even minimally competent. by David Sims Kwasi Enin WANT A free laugh? Meet Kwasi Enin, a young male Black who, at age 17…
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EssaysHadding Scott

by Hadding Scott AS OF 2003, the last time I was in southwesten Louisiana — Breaux Bridge, Lafayette, Opelousas, St. Martinsville, Eunice — I found that it was unusual to see anybody not White in a Cajun music club. While the streets outside might be teeming with Blacks, you would find few…
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Essays

by Paul Comben WE ARE IN the Queen’s Hall, London, on one of the major British concert evenings of 1935. About us, the auditorium is steadily filling with people about to hear the premiere of Ralph Vaughan Williams’ Fourth Symphony. Although some news of the work’s content has leaked…
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EssaysHadding Scott

Sir Oswald Mosley by Hadding Scott SIR OSWALD MOSLEY (1896 -1980) was the leader of the British Union of Fascists, and a friend of National-Socialist Germany. (He was also an hereditary baronet and fourth cousin of the mother of Queen Elizabeth II.) The Westminster Gazette in the 1920s called Mosley…
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NewsVideo

This video and its summary contain disturbing content and should not be viewed by children or sensitive persons. LAST YEAR, “French” rapper Nick Conrad published a song called “Hang the Whites.” In the accompanying video,  he killed a White man and uttered the words “I go to the nurseries.…
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Humor

by Survive the Jive IN THE MUSIC VIDEO for “Merry Christmas Everyone” by Welsh rock ‘n’ roll singer Shakin Stevens we see a clear example of the dormant Jungian Odinic archetype manifesting in popular culture. It begins with a towheaded Anglo-Saxon child boarding an aeroplane and flying to Hyperborea…
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EssaysJohn Young

reviewed by John Young … he has smashed a giant fist through the music establishment by demonstrating just how much is lost with the “pop” song writing formula. THERE ARE MANY forms of artistic expression. The reason there are so many forms of art is because not all ideas are as effectively conveyed in…
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Classic EssaysHumor

by Cholly Bilderberger (1980) A MUSICAL-YOU’VE-ALWAYS-WANTED-TO-SEE-BUT-HAVE-DESPAIRED-OF-FINDING-ON-BROADWAY: “Goldburgle!”, a tender allegory on the racial issue. Excitingly contemporary but with some very novel twists, this is the wonderfully real story of the…
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NewsVideo

This video and article contain extremely disgusting and disturbing images; they should not be viewed by children or sensitive persons. IT IS A MARK of how low America has fallen that this rap “song” — “Look at Me” — by the mulatto performer calling himself “Xxxtentacion,”…
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Essays

SERGEI PROKOFIEV (1891-1953) is generally recognized as one of the greatest of Russian composers. Working in a variety of genres, Prokofiev wrote for cinema, ballet, opera, and small ensembles in addition to composing symphonies. An avant-gardist during the early period of his career, Prokofiev…
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