Why Beauty Matters

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Because Google and BBC is asshole, I can only find this documentray from Roger Scruton on Vimeo now: https://vimeo.com/128428182, I downloaded a copy using youtube-dl. (I mean, clearly this is a threat to the Globohomos otherwise it wouldn’t have been scrubbed from YouTube.)

It’s an hour long, if you haven’t seen it already, watch it. If you have, watch it again.

Here’s a shorter video touching on the same topics by a different fellow https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5QywPkUWjF0

I bring these up in counter to this article: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-11379207/Winnie-Pooh-Blood-Honey-director-plans-horrifying-childrens-classic-Peter-Pan.html

While it’s important to decry and mock these degenerate freaks and their hell-inspired works, we also need to keep in mind what we are fighting for and why.


  1. I watched the short video, I agreed on everything except the Darwin part. I would just say God created those animald to like beauty too.

    I like how he concluded that some modern art artists were actually explicitly trying to drstroy Christian Culture, some are just so full og Lies and Wickedness (the opposite of Truth and Goodness) that Ugliness naturally finishes off rheir triangle.

    I’ll have to watch the lomger video later.

    It reminds me of E. Michael Jones “Tue Dangers of Beauty.”

    Also the article about a horror Winnie the Pooh and Peter Pan was disgusting. Horror movies are satanic.

  2. What rubs me the wrong way is a nose piercing on a woman, but admittedly some women manage to be attractive even with one. Why do they do that?

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