• Multiculturalism in the Age of Coronavirus

    The Occidental Observer - Apr 14th 2020 10:48am EDT (Archive)

    “Promote a sense of collectivism: All messaging should reinforce a sense of community, that ‘we are all in this together.’ This will avoid increasing tensions between different groups.” Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies  (SAGE) The above advice was given to the British government in late March, and represents a propaganda strategy designed to stop the […]

  • Tax the Rich! An Alt-Right Plan to Virtually Eliminate Income Tax

    The Occidental Observer - Apr 12th 2020 9:55am EDT (Archive)

    Everybody loves to hate taxes.  As the old saying implies, taxes are right up there with death among humanity’s least favorite things.  Yet they are as old as civilization itself; tax records have been found from as far back as the Ur III dynasty of 2,000 BC, and possibly older.  And we can be sure […]

  • Irresponsible Immunocompromised

    The Occidental Observer - Apr 10th 2020 10:54am EDT (Archive)

    In our inverted ‘reality’, any of the overwhelming majority of immunocompetent who deviate even slightly from the extreme protocols—such as crossing the 6′ barrier —and thus threaten the small minority of immunocompromised, are considered irresponsible and even hated for causing potential agonizing death to innocent people. Let’s assume that a tiny minority of the tiny […]

  • Thoughts from a Leather Couch About COVID-19

    The Occidental Observer - Apr 8th 2020 9:01am EDT (Archive)

    Note: I wrote this article on March 30th.  After I finished it, I thought, “You’re ancient and losing it and unqualified to be writing about this topic.  Everybody is on board with how to come at this COVID-19 pandemic and there has to be something wrong with you.”  I set the article aside.  It’s now […]

  • Globalism, the Elites and COVID-19

    The Occidental Observer - Apr 6th 2020 11:12am EDT (Archive)

    The world is in the midst of another pandemic. The virus responsible, COVID-19, is a respiratory illness linked to the unsavory culinary habits of the Chinese. It was traced to a wet market in Wuhan, China, which sold rats, bats, snakes, cats, dogs and other “exotic” food items. Virologists have determined that COVID-19 is a […]

  • Coronavirus: Consequences of Staggering Magnitude

    The Occidental Observer - Apr 4th 2020 11:13am EDT (Archive)

    Excerpts  from the interview, April 2, 2020; translated by Tom Sunic. Coronavirus : des conséquences de première grandeur ..A few years ago I wrote that only in a state of emergency one can take full measure of somebody. Now we know where we are at. A statesman makes decisions, gives orders and requisitions. Macron, however, […]

  • The Coronavirus and Galileo: An Interview with a Italian Nano-pathologist Dr. Stefano Montanari

    The Occidental Observer - Apr 4th 2020 10:35am EDT (Archive)

    Editor’s note: I am posting this not as a claim that Dr. Montanari’s ideas on the virus are correct—I do not have knowledge in this area— but only that his views should be aired. We are living in a time when science has become politicized and the claims of establishment scientists have become political orthodoxy […]

  • Semitophobia

    The Occidental Observer - Apr 2nd 2020 10:28am EDT (Archive)

    The greatest mass fear in the US is not Islamophobia. It’s not homophobia. It’s not even xenophobia. It’s Semitophobia. Fear of the Jewish Power Cabal. No other group comes close at provoking as much fear in almost the entirety of the population as Jews. Even the slightest suggestion that anyone is saying anything mildly questionable […]

  • When Minorities Are Mighty: How Tiny Genetic Differences Can Have Huge Cultural Consequences

    The Occidental Observer - Mar 31st 2020 10:41am EDT (Archive)

    Which single invention has contributed most to our understanding of reality? Appropriately enough, it’s easy to overlook one of the best candidates: the microscope. It revealed whole new worlds existing not merely under our eyes, but actually within our eyes and every other organ of the body. The microscope taught humanity that the minute can […]

  • COVID-19 timeline

    The Occidental Observer - Mar 30th 2020 9:55am EDT (Archive)

    The story begins in the final days of 2019. December 30 Li Wenliang, an ophthalmologist working at Wuhan Central Hospital, sends urgent messages on to colleagues in an online chat group, drawing attention to seven cases of pneumonia in Wuhan that he thought appeared similar to the severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) coronavirus that emerged […]