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Great personalities defend eugenics, 9

by Evropa Soberana Alfred Rosenberg (1893-1946), member of the Thule Gesellschaft, National Socialist ideologue, head of the NSDAP Foreign Affairs Service, and head of the Reich Ministry for the occupied Eastern territories, was hanged at the Nuremberg trials of 1946. The Vatican has once again become known as the bitterest enemy of the improved reproduction…

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Passage

Imagine a world in which war had not killed Hitler. The man was even a year younger than my granny Mecho. Had Uncle Adolf died of natural death at the age my long-lived granny died, in 1988 I would have shared thirty years of my existence with his! I can’t imagine a bigger crime against…

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Great personalities defend eugenics, 8

by Evropa Soberana Nuremberg Congress of 1934 The world was dying of Judaism and that disease of Judaism that is faith in Jesus; We teach it the violence and faith of the sword. —Jorge Luis Borges, Deutsches Requiem.   The Third Reich Hitler’s Germany was the culmination of all the processes we have seen, and…

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Jonathan Revusky: “Oh, c’mon. The real history of all that is much more murky and complex.” Complexify and obfuscate all you want, but what it comes down to is either the preservation of the white race is important to American whites or it isn’t. The incorporation of negroes into post-Civil War America on equal footing…

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Great personalities defend eugenics, 7

by Evropa Soberana   José Ortega y Gasset (1883-1955), Spanish philosopher and writer. Perhaps because he studied in Germany, we can read ideas in the eugenic line from a philosophical point of view. If Spain wants to resurrect, a formidable appetite of all perfections must take hold of her. The great misfortune of Spanish history…

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American Civil War – Round 2

Above, first Archivist of the United States R.D.W. Connor receiving the film Gone with the Wind from Senator Walter F. George of Georgia (on the left) and Loew’s Eastern Division Manager Carter Barron, 1941.   Two years ago the System ambushed the first comparatively massive demonstration of white advocates, in the American city Charlottesville. The…

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Great personalities defend eugenics, 6

by Evropa Soberana   Theodore Roosevelt (1858-1919), twentieth President of the United States, descendant of the Dutch aristocracy, cowboy, man of extraordinary vitality, father of six children, banned immigration from China, Japan and the Philippines for considering it of inferior quality to that of northern Europe and received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1906 for…

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The ‘Red Giant’ revisited

I have just re-read ‘The Red Giant’, also linked in my post yesterday, after years of not reading it and I am surprised about the level of my naïveté ten years ago. I have complained that white nationalists largely ignore this site. But a quick window to my own past, such as my discussion with…

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Julian, 74

Julian Augustus After the victories described, I went into winter quarters at a pleasant town called Sens whose particular virtue was that it kept me at a proper distance from Florentius at Vienne and Marcellus at Rheims. During those months Helena kept much to herself. She had several ladies with her from the court at…

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