The Great Gatsby – The Culturist Review

When I say this will be “The Culturist Review” of the Great Gatsby (2013), I should write “The Culturist’s” review. The first person to earn the label “culturist” was Matthew … Continue Reading →


Shame: The Culturist Film Review

Ironically, the film “Shame” (2011) portrays the shameless life of a sex addict in New York City. Instead of funding this descent into filth, the UK Lottery funds should have … Continue Reading →


Culturism 101: The BJP and Culturist Dynamics in a Democracy

The Indian political party, the BJP, is culturist, in all but name; they stand for the promotion of the traditional majority Hindu culture in India.  Recently, while I was in … Continue Reading →


Thatcher: Still Used as a Scape-Goat for Labour’s Mess, Even Now

Thatcher: Still used as a scape-goat for Labour’s mess even now Margaret Thatcher – a brilliant lady, in my opinion, who made decisions which many politicians were too afraid to … Continue Reading →


Rosie Ward Joins Culturist Young Columnists

I thought I’d best introduce myself before posting on The Culturist Hub. I am Rosie Ward, a resident member of Young Independence (youth wing of UKIP) and a right-wing individual. … Continue Reading →


UKIP Surge Shows Culturist Values Amongst Electorate

This week we’ve seen a real earthquake in British politics. Massive gains for the UKIP and heavy losses for the Tories in local elections means David Cameron will be under … Continue Reading →

Female students on a Carnage UK-organised night out in Brighton.

Since When Did ‘Modern’ Mean ‘Slags and Man-Whores?’

Time and time again, you hear people making references to religion or traditional institutions – suggesting ‘well, it’s the 21st century and things have changed’… Too often do we hear … Continue Reading →


Culturists Celebrate an Election Landslide (In India)

The parade celebrating the victory of the culturist Indian BJP political party, started with a bang – literally.  A “bomb” firework about eight feet from me exploded.  As embers went … Continue Reading →


I Was a Member of the BNP – And it’s Cameron’s Fault

When I first started in college, my interest in politics was relatively new. I was a sixteen year old who saw flaws in society just like everyone else. It was … Continue Reading →

A Muslim man prays during Eid-al-Fitr in the northern Indian city of Allahabad

Crafting State – Nations – The Culturist Review

by Dr John Press “Crafting State – Nations: India and Other Multinational Democracies,” is an academic argument which refutes culturism.  In the academic literature, nation refers to a people; State … Continue Reading →