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Kriminalgeschichte, 13

Below, abridged translation from the first volume of Karlheinz Deschner’s Kriminalgeschichte des Christentums (Criminal History of Christianity)   ______ 卐 ______   Chapter 3: First malicious acts of Christians against Christians ‘No heretic is a Christian. But if he is not a Christian, every heretic is a devil.’ ‘Cattle for the slaughter of hell.’ —St…

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Jesus’ slaves

Further to my ‘Yin empire’ (pay special attention to the discussion with Joseph Walsh in the comments section of that post).   I cannot afford that luxury (cf. Walsh’s second comment in that thread), as whites are the only ones capable of making that my religion of the 4 words flies in the future. If…

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Three-eyed raven, 7

“The Sanskrit word for caste is varna, which literally means color. The lighter the skin color, the higher the caste.”   The Sanskrit literature of the ancient Aryans is filled with references to the distaste the Nordic conquerors felt for the dark, flat-nosed natives. Poets referred to the dasyus as “the noseless ones” and “the…

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Revaluation of values

“The Cathedrals were built to the glory of God; New York was built to the glory of Mammon.” —Kenneth Clark   In this site we have focused on the need of a Nietzschean ‘transvaluation of all values’. But only by rephrasing Francis Parker Yockey we’ll convey what it means:   Materialist values must be transvalued…

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Siege, 18

Strike Hard, Strike Deep I am compelled at this time to add my voice to those few who have demanded that such things as “Phase One” type activities must STOP. Simply such nonsense as trying to “make headlines”, “confront the enemy”, or “rally the White masses” won’t work, never has worked, and almost always results…

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Day of Wrath, 6

Silvano Arieti and schizophrenia Paradoxically, if something had been impeding the collective form of suicidal psychosis that the West self-inflicts today, the massive migration of inferior psychoclasses, it was Christianity. But Christianity is in crisis and westerners lack a new myth that bestows on them a self-image for social cohesion. Jaynes wrote: In the second…

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Axiological revisionism

‘Whenever referring to modern history the line is drawn: we live in the post-war period. For the most part the lines on the maps, the institutions and more importantly how we define our era as a society—all find their origins in World War II’ said a vlogger in a video I embedded here last Thursday.…

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Julian, 11

Julian presiding at a conference of Sectarians (Edward Armitage, 1875)   We were nominally in the charge of Bishop George of Cappadocia who lived at Caesarea. He visited us at least once a month, and it was he who insisted that our education be essentially Galilean. “Because there is no reason why you should not…

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Kriminalgeschichte, 12

A month ago I wrote that the oldest Christian texts are a treat if we compare them with the version of Christianity that conquered the United States: the worst Christianity of all times. I also said that it’s the worst precisely because it transmuted the anti-Semitism of the early theologians into the philo-Semitism brought to…

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KD Rebel, 2

  Chapter 1: The First Day Lights dimmed in the garish nightclub except for those illuminating the stage. A disembodied voice proclaimed, “And now the Palace is proud to present the featured act of the evening, the most erotic spectacle ever seen by mortal man!” Two stunningly beautiful young women entered the stage, a statuesque…

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