The Real Wakanda

Zambia’s Space Program

During the independence festivities only one noted Zambian failed to share in all the harmony. He is Edward Mukuka Nkoloso, a grade-school science teacher and the director of Zambia’s National Academy of Science, Space Research and Philosophy, who claimed the goings-on interfered with his space program to beat the U.S. and the Soviet Union to the moon. Already Nkoloso is training twelve Zambian astronauts, including a curvaceous 16-year-old girl, by spinning them around a tree in an oil drum and teaching them to walk on their hands, “the only way humans can walk on the moon.”



Think you shouldn’t judge others?

Theodore Dalrymple has an insightful take on that question based on his real world experience. It’s worth your attention.

Not long ago I asked a patient of mine how he would describe his own character. He paused for a moment, as if savoring a delicious morsel.

“I take people as they come,” he replied in due course. “I’m very nonjudgmental.”

As his two roommates had recently decamped, stealing his prize possessions and leaving him with ruinous debts to pay, his neutrality toward human character seemed not generous but stupid, a kind of prophylactic against learning from experience. Yet nonjudgmentalism has become so universally accepted as the highest, indeed the only, virtue that he spoke of his own character as if pinning a medal for exceptional merit on his own chest.



Don’t know what it is? Read this:

Diversity Is Strength! It’s Also…Increasingly Unequal Justice for Whites

By the way, I keep hearing that “diversity is our strength”, but there is never a shred of data to support it. Heck, even the terms remain undefined.  So…

[T]he Ruling Class is putting whites, especially working class whites, on notice that self-defense or even rude speech against blacks can lead to ruinous punishment by the state. In contrast, the light sentence in the Washington DC case is a wink from the Ruling Class to carry out further acts of violence in the future against joint political opponents.

The late Sam Francis’ concept of anarcho-tyranny appears more relevant every day, as illegal aliens, Leftist protesters and anti-white ethnic activists operate in a kind of twilight zone unrestrained by either law or morality.




The Donald vs. the ‘Deep State’

If you haven’t heard of Ilana Mercer, I just ought to mention that she’s a terrible awful person.  Now that the PC nonsense is over with…

Pursuing an investigation of the Trump Administration on the grounds that it’s deeply corrupt is like accusing a newborn baby of stealing a sibling’s toys. Trump’s policy making “past” is a few weeks old; Trump’s political record a few months old. Donald Trump is a political newborn.

In the language of law, President Trump has no political criminal record. (Come to think of it, El Chapo has a cleaner criminal record than the last two American presidents. El-C had menaced and murdered fewer people than 43 or 44.)