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I very much enjoy Dugin’s Guideline, and have purchased his book ‘Last War of the World Island’, but have yet to get around to reading it.

Comment on "Dugin on the Election" by Mark Citadel on Saturday, May 28, A.D. 2016

What a harrowing thought that they lost their son. This is true piety, and puts the empty holiness signalling currently going on in some ‘Christian’ circles concerning the ‘rapefugees’ to shame.

Comment on "Seraphim of Vyritsa" by Mark Citadel on Monday, May 9, A.D. 2016

Thanks for linking this!

Comment on "Maria Potapova Remembers Saint John of Shanghai" by Mark Citadel from Kali Yuga on Monday, April 18, A.D. 2016

Here’s a rather sensible post on the subject from a rather surprising place, the Washington Post.  http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/parenting/wp/2015/03/03/would-you-call-911-on-another-parent/

Comment on "Free‌ Range‌ Kids" by Andrew on Monday, March 30, A.D. 2015

Anne,

I apologize for the delay; I have not been on my account for many days. I just checked and found your comment. By coincidence, there is a short relevant recent post from the Orthosphere, a site that I read: “Doubly Mendacious Shepherds.”

The American people are complicit in the seemingly endless lies that inform our public discourse. We accept the lies because we are (1) dishonest ourselves, (2) too cowardly to resist the falsehoods, or (3) both. Hence, we are a craven and lying people.

For an example, let us consider the late Lawrence Auster. A healthy, honest people would have honored such a man—universities would have invited him to lecture, press shows would have interviewed him, and the papers would be full of editorials discussing matters that he addressed in the same robust spirit. In our twilight civilization, however, he was cast to the fringes—his person and his ideas having been long banished from “respectable” circles.

In other news, the Grey Lady’s resident sane opinion writer (Douthat) has now begun using the term cisgendered in his essays. And the average NYT reader doesn’t even pause to marvel.

Comment on "Peter Thiel on the Competition Myth" by Joseph from Arimathea on Saturday, February 28, A.D. 2015

In which ways are Americans a “craven and lying people”?

Comment on "Peter Thiel on the Competition Myth" by Anna on Saturday, February 21, A.D. 2015

90% of Western corporations facilitate anti-Traditional activities. A far cry from the honorable trade guilds of yesteryear. Such companies often have indoctrination ‘seminars’ about how they can ‘help the community’ by forwarding garbage like this ad campaign. SJWs are one of America’s biggest lobbying organizations.

Comment on "Like a Girl" by Mark Citadel on Saturday, January 31, A.D. 2015

“wondering what happened to the American spirit of freedom, inquiry, and expression that is supposed to inform our institutions of higher learning”

Hmmm, was he saying the same thing about the rigid heretical Modernist doxy that infects colleges and forces all students to either be silent, or accept abortion, sodomic marriage, and licentiousness in all its forms? I doubt it.

Comment on "When Artists Fear Their Audience" by Mark Citadel on Wednesday, January 28, A.D. 2015

I’m very excited for this movie to come out!

I thought you might also enjoy this animated short about the life of St. Seraphim.  It’s in Russian with Greek subtitles, but you don’t really need to understand the words perfectly to follow the story.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=avHT6aWCJWo

Comment on "Animated Diveyevo" by Andrew from Cincinnati on Tuesday, January 20, A.D. 2015

Thank you, Mark. Good luck on your journey, fellow wayfarer.

Comment on "One Woman's Crusade against Litter -- Russkie style" by Joseph from Arimathea on Wednesday, October 1, A.D. 2014

I am adding you to my Blogroll, my friend. It is good to find Orthodox reactionaries to engage with around the Orthosphere.

Glory be to God

Comment on "One Woman's Crusade against Litter -- Russkie style" by Mark Citadel on Tuesday, September 30, A.D. 2014

Cornmeal, right? I don’t think I’ve ever tried mush or the carnivore version, scrapple. I’m sure I would like it, though.

We use steel-cut oats in our Goetta. I’ve heard that pinhead oats used in the Cincinnati area are different than steel-cut oats but I don’t know if that’s true.

Comment on "Vintage Cincy" by Bruce from Orlando, Fl on Wednesday, July 16, A.D. 2014

Very interesting. Thanks for sharing.
It’s good to see that there’s conservatives who believe in, well, conservation.

Comment on "Wild Europe" by Bruce from Orlando, Fl on Wednesday, July 16, A.D. 2014

Naturally.

Goetta is one of the few things that I miss after having become a vegetarian in the 90’s. I remember waking up to its aroma on cold school mornings. Deliciously spiced, warm, filling goodness with an enjoyable texture—it smells and tastes like breakfast should!

Does your family eat mush, too? Yum.

Comment on "Vintage Cincy" by Joseph from Arimathea on Tuesday, July 15, A.D. 2014

By the way, we still (occasionally) eat Goetta in my family.

Comment on "Vintage Cincy" by Bruce from Orlando, Fl on Monday, July 14, A.D. 2014

I knew where you meant. Still, it would be quite cool to live in Avalon. Consider my patron saint!

Comment on "Vintage Cincy" by Joseph from Arimathea on Tuesday, May 6, A.D. 2014

Oops. I meant North Avondale.

Comment on "Vintage Cincy" by Bruce on Friday, May 2, A.D. 2014

My grandfather grew up in the North Avalon neighborhood. My great-grandfather sold the house there in the 1960’s I believe.

Comment on "Vintage Cincy" by Bruce from Orlando, Fl on Tuesday, April 22, A.D. 2014

Such a strange coincidence.  I was just thinking about that postcard a couple of days ago.  smile

Comment on "Put Food to Good Use" by Andrew on Monday, December 30, A.D. 2013

What a great insight!

Comment on "Development within the Church" by Ian on Thursday, December 5, A.D. 2013
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