Sleepless Nights: Short Story

The Sperg Box

A man and a woman lie in bed. Flat on their backs they lie, staring up above. Where there ought to have been pillow talk, or at least sweet nothings, there was instead quiet. That silence was illuminated by the milky grey-blue glow of the crisp moonlit sky as it negligently discharged through the panes of reinforced glass cross their footboard. Their shapes under the plaid blanket were still, almost like a snapshot but for their tired breathing. The woman lay bleary eyed with her pale hands lain limply along her side. And the man lay stiffly, hands folded over his chest, almost contemptuously albeit indirectly fixated on her peaking stress.

“Are we going to be okay?”

The sound of the man grinding his wisdom teeth could be heard quite clearly.

“Are we going to be okay?” She asked again.

The grinding intensified. One of these days he knew he’d…

View original post 477 more words

The Camp of the Saints

The Camp of the Saints


I highly recommend all my readers download the free copy of this amazing novel and share it with people you care about.

It’s eerie how accurate this novel (written in 1973) would be in predicting how neo-liberalism and the “western liberal conscience” would aid in the overt extermination of all things white.


Jocko Reads From two WW2 Classics

Two of the most influential books ever written about combat in the Pacific Theater of Operations in WW2 were written by Marines.

Lt. Commander Jocko Willink, US Navy SEAL (Ret.) reads excerpts from these books below.



From With The Old Breed by Eugene Sledge


The Poem Battle of the Tenaru

(From Helmet for my Pillow by Robert Leckie)



From Helmet for my Pillow by Robert Leckie