The Transgender-Industrial Complex

The one thing all of us have in common is we had a mother and father. A man, and a woman. No exceptions.  We are all the product of those that, evolutionarily speaking, were fit enough to make it to the next round. In the course of human history, there have been exceptions to this…

The Turner Diaries

Looking at it philosophically, one can’t avoid the conclusion that it is corruption, not tyranny, which leads to the overthrow of governments. A strong and vigorous government, no matter how oppressive, usually need not fear revolution. But a corrupt, inefficient, decadent government — even a benevolent one — is always ripe for revolution. The system…

Hurricane Katrina

If the United States appeared invulnerable following the dissolution of its biggest geo-strategic rival, the Soviet Union, in 1990 and America’s military victory against Soviet-equipped tanks in Iraq in 1991, the 2000s began to chip away at this image starting with the destruction of the Twin Towers in New York City in 2001. By 2005,…

Myth of the 20th Century – James LaFond

“With the departure into the study of modernist philosophy as a psychotoxin hostile to ethnic identity and masculine solidarity, Rosenberg is creeping up the steps to the final crime scene of WWI that his quest is calibrated to somehow reverse. He is the coroner invited by his conscience and his own well- tempered sword of…

Beowulf – After Dark

Composed by an unknown bard sometime in the 8th century, Beowulf took on legendary status among the Anglo Saxon people as a folk tale describing a king, a culture, and the origins of a group that for centuries languished in the shadows, only to rise to world significance in the years to come. Myth of…

Giuseppe – an Italian War Story

Much of the history we in the English speaking world have of World War II focuses on the campaigns in Russia, Messerschmitts dogfighting with Spitfires over London, and the massive island campaigns in the Pacific between the Japanese and Americans. But one of the two founding members of the Axis Powers, Italy, receives much less…

2020 – The Year That Never Ended

When the history books are written about 2020, the narrative will be controlled by the victors, as is always the case. The counter-narrative, as much as is possible, will still exist, but only be whispered in the dark corners of society. The truth, however, has an enduring appeal to those that are curious, and just…

Yuletide After Dark

It’s been a while since all the crew here at Myth of the 20th Century could get together, but in the spirit of Christmas we are happy to say this time we managed. From all of us we hope you have good holiday, and to remember when external forces try to divide us, it is…

Modern Medicine – Through Sickness and Health

In many parts of the world today, it is routine to witness people, especially the young, dying of malnutrition and related diseases such as tuberculosis. In New York, were the TB rate was once 700 per 100,000, dropped quickly to 200 after the introduction of proper sanitation and hygiene in the early 20th century. The…

The Machine that Built the World

The modern world is an integrated system of almost unfathomable complexity, built upon sub systems, technologies, people and practices that if partially removed or neglected sufficiently, result in disastrous supply chain break downs as witnessed in wartime or as the world seized up in response to an over-hyped flu virus in 2020. One of the…

American Indian Movement – The Incident at Oglala

In the summer of 1975, two FBI agents were shot and killed after pursuing a vehicle onto private property near the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. This had come after several tense years of strife on the reservation, including the armed Wounded Knee standoff where the FBI encircled for 71 days members of…

Princes of the Yen – The Rise and Fall of Japan, Inc.

Japan is a country with a deep history of self reliance, demonstrating time and again that for a small island nation lacking in natural resources, they can not only hold their own, but come to dominate militarily, economically, and culturally. By the 1980s, Japan’s prowess in the economy had become apparent, with the manufacturing sector…