Taki Theodoracopulos

Taki Theodoracopulos is a writer living in New York, London, and Gstaad. In addition to his long-running High Life column in The Spectator, Taki writes Under the Black Flag for each number of Chronicles, and publishes Taki’s Magazine, a webzine.

Latest by Taki Theodoracopulos in Chronicles

  • Word Games in the NFL
    December 2021

    Word Games in the NFL

    The NFL's phony "values" have it expressing shock when Coach Jon Gruden utters some bad words. Meanwhile it ignores the rampant immorality and degeneracy of its players and entertainers.

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  • Beethoven’s Skin-Tone Poem
    November 2021

    Beethoven’s Skin-Tone Poem

    Beethoven and classical music are just expressions of Western white supremacy. Or, was Beethoven secretly a black man?! In that case, nevermind, he's one of the good guys. Whites, however, better be very careful what they say and do...

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  • Uncle Sam's Obituary
    October 2021

    Uncle Sam's Obituary

    If America survives in its current form, years from now people will wonder how society was enslaved by a minority of privileged people who would surrender and give up their mother at the first sign of an attack.

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  • The Spartans and Simone
    September 2021

    The Spartans and Simone

    Sports people outing themselves as suffering from mental health problems is turning from a trickle into a steady flow. What would the ancient Spartans think of our modern-day athletes?

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  • An Especially Unethical Hack
    August 2021

    An Especially Unethical Hack

    Princess Diana went to her death thinking the royals were out to get her, all based on lies invented by an especially unethical practitioner of modern journalism, one who would not stand out at The Washington Post or New York Times.

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