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Western Civilization is dying. This death began thousands of years ago when individualism, or the idea that individual choices and desires are more important than reality, became socially acceptable. Since that time, individualism has morphed into equality through collectivized individualism.

Equality states that people must be accepted regardless of the quality of their contribution. People like equality because it is essentially pacifism, or a removal of the internal conflict needed to maintain hierarchy. But with equality, quality is destroyed and society unravels, resulting in manic consumerism.

To fix this problem, the following steps are necessary:

  1. Unite natural leaders on a goal.
  2. Reverse Leftist policies, laws, regulations and institutions.
  3. Replace dying ideas and institutions with new versions of their original forms.
  4. Disenfranchise the voters, exile the bad people and repatriate the non-indigenous.

This is a more extreme viewpoint than you will find on any other conservative site, simply because it is common sense taken to its logical conclusion. As a result, it is never popular, and people conspire against it because they fear what would happen in a functional society.

Join us… we are the future!

Brett Stevens
Editor

21 Responses to “About”

    • I believe, that Jesus taught this very doctrine openly and even radically. I’m amazed when so called Christian leadership rejects the obvious. Why go to the trouble of making more wine, to prove that you are divine? Why go to the trouble of actually dying, to save Mankind? Because there is no separation from the two realms, physical and Spiritual. They are one in the same and conclusions can be made from either with the same result. Love it Bro. William

  1. G.W. Rees says:

    Hi,

    Do you review or post music? I see that you reviewed some music by Winglord a few years back.

    Thanks.

  2. Pavol Horvath says:

    Hi.
    Are there any contant details to the writters, especially Brett? Thanks. Pavol

  3. Pavol Horvath says:

    There used to be a list of books that you recomended on the old website. Would it be posible to get it somehow? Maybe republish/add again. Thanks.

  4. Lucian Lafayette says:

    I’ve been reading your blog with interest. Is it possible to receive updates via e-mail?

  5. proJAY viJACK says:

    I see you advocating for Monarchism more than once. Is it something you advocate for America, becuase America has a tradition of Republicanism since its inception, and if so how do you conciliate this with Nationalism since American nationalism is linked to the aforementioned Republicanism.

  6. Ben says:

    Is it possible to download the old Corrupt Radio episodes somewhere these days?

  7. missy says:

    Thank you for breaking down this problem, well done! I totally agree!

  8. Francesco says:

    hello from Italy, I would like to submit a short article, could you write back to my email? thanks
    Francesco

  9. B.R says:

    Hello,

    Sorry to bother you but I just tried to send an e-mail on Penttilinkola.com and it didn’t work because of ” Internal Server Error (…) “. Then I remembered that you wrote an introduction to Can Life Prevail ? so I took the liberty to come here.

    Do you know the owner of this website ? How can I contact him ? It’s about some french translations I made of his website : I have some moral and legal questions to ask him !

    Thank you in advance for your response,

    Have a good day ! ( And keep on the good work ! )

  10. Sofia says:

    Hi Brett,
    It’s Sofia from Australia heregood to see you’re keeping up the good work. Those bloody left wing liberals! Is Alex still about?

  11. Perdurabo says:

    Hey Brett,
    Thanks for the invite. Interesting stuff, Couldn’t agree more about the reversal of Leftist policy. I will probably differ on certain points, but for the love of equality who could blame me;)

  12. Wolf says:

    Hello, there is no CONTACT page on your site.
    How can I contact you?

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