Note to the reader on off-topic material published on this website
JSM: As you have probably gathered by now, the main focus of our website is politics, with a special emphasis on Jewish power. However, we started off as a strictly poetry-and-translation website a few years ago and the word “Jew” was never once mentioned in the those days. Our readership was remarkably small; I doubt if we had more than six readers at that time. It is only since we branched out into politics, republishing some of Lasha Darkmoon’s political essays that had already appeared on other websites and been translated into various languages, that our readership grew. This persuaded us to publish less poetry and more politics.
Mindful of our origins, however, we still feel the need to publish occasional poems and translations and other “off-topic” material that has no direct relevance to politics. Our regular readers will therefore, hopefully, pardon us if we publish some of this off-topic material from time to time. Feel free to skip these items if you wish. They are intended mostly for our small circle of friends.This incursion into off-topic areas will not occur too often, I would like to assure you, and may actually appeal to some of you with broader interests, e,g., poetry, music, philosophy, world religions, the paranormal, quantum physics etc. etc. The next item we are about to publish, for example, “Three Sanskrit Poems” by Lasha Darkmoon, is totally off-topic. It will interest very people here except those with specialist interests.
Below we have a short video that will help us to relax a bit and turn our minds to other matters. Strictly speaking, it is not “off-topic”.
This 7-minute satirical skit on political correctness is destined to become a cult classic. Ten years from now we could actually be living in a scary Orwellian world of thought control like this.In fact, we’re almost there now!
— John Scott Montecristo, Editor
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This is the website of Lasha Darkmoon, an anglo-American academic with higher degrees in Classics who lives and works in England. You can read more about Darkmoon here.