I have now finished reading the 506 pages of Andrew Fraser’s Dissident Dispatches: An Alt Right Guide to Christian Theology, (Arktos, London, 2017). Obviously enough, there is an enormous amount of material here, and some of it is complex for a simple person like me. The philosophers here will eat it up, but I am sure they will find it a depressing read, because Fraser basically documents the same decay that we see in the universities, in theological colleges. Maybe this out-of-control liberalism is worse, because some of the characters seem to be little more than cultural Marxist Social Justice Warriors, although “wankers” would be a better word for the “W” place. They are the “Communist Party at prayer.”
Fraser, a retired law professor, and author of the ethno-racial treatise, The WASP Question (Arktos, London, 2011), went to study at a theological college because he thought that the study of Christian theology would aid in his understanding of the ethno-pathology, of White Anglo-Saxon Protestants, not supporting their own group interest, but working, either consciously or unconsciously, to destroy their kind.