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The Zombie Chronicles: A comprehensive overview of this blog’s history

“In that direction,” the Cat said, waving its right paw round, “lives a Hatter: and in that direction,” waving the other paw, “lives a March Hare. Visit either you like: they’re both mad.” “But I don’t want to go among … Continue reading

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Why Conservatism cannot save Science Fiction from the depths of idiot moral relativist PC Leftism in which it is ensnared

The town was peopled with sleepwalkers, whose trance was broken only on the rare occasions when at night their wounds, to all appearance closed, suddenly reopened. Then, waking with a start, they would run their fingers over the wounds with … Continue reading

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A commentary on the deafening silence in response to anti-Semitism in the genre community in comparison to the unabashed banter in response to Samuel Delany’s 1998 NYRSF essay ‘Racism and Science Fiction’. Contrasts & disturbing impressions

This essay repeats much of the same themes or oh so taboo motifs that I covered in this article over here, although from a different angle or perspective entirely. Samuel Delany is a well-known and award winning African-American SF writer, … Continue reading

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Winding down…

Yes this blog is winding down, that is. I have pretty much written about what I intended to write about, when I first started this blog back in April 2011, and I have no need or the tiniest shred of … Continue reading

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Bits and Pieces: On coincidences pertaining to this blog, its themes and controversies and the wolf motif in the SF blogosphere

Upfront I admit that this posting is kinda strange and something of a change of pace and tone. Lighten things up a bit… I gotta say – quite unashamedly – that I am one of these people who loves to … Continue reading

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UPDATED 2015 The huge and heated fall-out to the Genevieve Valentine/René Walling Readercon alleged sexual harassment incident in contrast to the deafening silence, denials and worse in response to vicious anti-Semitism from genre pros

Scroll down to the bottom of the page for the 2015 update, and why it is all even worse than I let on, in the original article. Relatively recently, there has been a lot of heated discussion, accusations and counter-accusations … Continue reading

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Sir Victor Gollancz, famous socialist and Zionist Jewish publisher, the name behind the most prestigious British Science Fiction Imprint. What would he make of the pervasiveness of liberal anti-Zionism and its psychopathology today?

In my first Hal Duncan article, in which I detailed Duncan’s obscene foul-up, where he equated Zionism with fascism and Muslim extremism on an old Night Shade Books Discussion Forum thread from 2005, the self-same thread where liberal Aussie writer … Continue reading

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Liberal Brit genre writer Hal Duncan who equates Zionism with fascism and Muslim extremism, reveres the staunch Zionist Jew, the late Lawrence Kohlberg, as a leading light on moral philosophy Part 2

This is the second and final article in my series on liberal Brit genre writer Hal Duncan. In my first article I detailed how Duncan equated Zionism with fascism and Muslim extremism, at the old Night Shade Books Discussion Forum … Continue reading

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Liberal Scottish SF writer Hal Duncan equates Zionism with fascism and Muslim extremism in harebrained ‘progressive’ style on self-same 2005 NSB forum thread wherein Anna Tambour ‘outed’ herself Part 1

Hal Duncan is a Scottish SF writer, author of Vellum: The Book of All Hours and its sequel Ink, among other stuff and of a definite liberal political persuasion, naturally enough. Duncan is openly gay and the themes of homosexuality … Continue reading

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The boiler-plate liberal anti-Semitism of British genre writer Ken MacLeod

Ken MacLeod is a British Marxist/communist genre writer, who has received considerable acclaim for his science fiction. MacLeod to be blunt and to get to the point is a run-of-the-mill caricature of the Jew-hating progressive communist who pretends he ain’t … Continue reading

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