Kevin MacDonald Interview: “I’m not optimistic about the future of the West”

By Kevin MacDonald
The Occidental Observer
May 21, 2020

PUBLISHED ON TRUTHSEEKER, May 27, 2020

Reposted from Demokracija , an influential Slovenian political weekly, this interview with Kevin MaDonald provides an excellent insight into MacDonald’s seminal work and career. The interview concludes with the ominous suggestion that “there may be a civil war brewing in the United States”. 


“I’m not optimistic about the future of the West. Unless something drastic changes, the West as we know it will be destroyed.” Read More

The Architects of Evil

Brief Notes on Cultural Marxism and Political Correctness
(includes a 28-minute video on the Frankfurt School)

The main aim of this subversive school of thought  was to destroy traditional moral values and “make life impossible” for everyone, ushering in a new age of nihilism and sexual decadence.

The Frankfurt School of Cultural Marxism was predominantly a Jewish movement established in Germany in 1923 during the heyday of the Weimar Republic. This was when Germany was at its weakest and most sexually decadent after  the catastrophe of WWI and the iniquitous Treaty of Versailles. This had turned the country not only into a  vassal state of the Western powers but into a stomping ground for Jews who owned vast amounts of property here and ruled the roost in almost every profession.   Read More

Mind Death: Western Civilization on the Skids (Video, 17 mins)

LD:  When one views the state of Western civilization, one is reminded of Mahatma Gandhi’s witty comment: “What do I think of Western civilization? I think it would be a very good idea.”
This frantic video, frothing with rage at the rockbottom level we have now reached, sees the Western world as little better than a madhouse: a hospital for the criminally insane in which the doctors are all political psychopaths and sexual degenerates and the nurses are all celebrity sluts, whores, and mentally deranged feminists.
I can’t help sympathizing with this viewpoint. Because I know it’s true.

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