On Pieter Bruegel the Elder

Pieter Bruegel the Elder (c. 1526/30–1569) was a Flemish artist whose life remains shrouded in mystery. When and where he was born is unknown and he painted no confirmed self-portraits.…

“The High King of Ireland” (Part II)

The following is part II of a chapter in the forthcoming book Irish Folklore: Cú Chulainn and the Ulster Cycle (3,400 words). Read part I here. https://www.whitepeoplepress.com/product/irish-folklore-cu-chulainn-and-the-ulster-cycle/ While he and…

Iron Hans

The following tale, "Der Eisenhans" ("Iron Hans" or "Iron John") is tale number 136 from the Grimm Brothers' famous collection Kinder- und Hausmärchen (Children’s and Household Tales), and appears in…

“Racism Against Whites Doesn’t Count”

From The Guardian: Prominent academics and student leaders have criticised the government’s equalities watchdog for including prejudice against white British students in its inquiry into racism in UK universities. They accused the Equality…

The End of “Racism”

One glorious day few alive now are likely to see, the word “racist” will carry as much weight as the word “witch” did after 1653. For white people reading this…

The White People’s Weekly Rundown

White people are becoming increasingly conscious of themselves and their group interests due in part to the now impossible-to-ignore effects of immigration into Western countries. It’s all around us; we…