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Krauze and the JQ

Last Friday I added a short piece on Spinoza in Mexico Park: a book by the Mexican-Jewish Enrique Krauze that I had just bought. Now that I’ve been reading it, I couldn’t resist the urge to write a critical review of it for The Occidental Observer (TOO). My book review has just been published in…

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The remarkable historiography of David Irving

by Ron Unz   I’m very pleased to announce that our selection of HTML Books now contains works by renowned World War II historian David Irving, including his magisterial Hitler’s War, named by famed military historian Sir John Keegan as one of the most crucial volumes for properly understanding that conflict. With many millions of…

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Don’t transfer your wrath onto Steve!

I have been reproducing most of the text of the article ‘The Holy Hook’. ‘Christianity without the Old Testament?’ is the last section of that essay by Laurent Guyénot. It consists of 900 words. I don’t want to reproduce it here but you can read it in The Unz Review. In that last section, Guyénot…

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True Himmler, chapter 3

  Editor’s Note: Below, excerpts from the third chapter, ‘A Witch in the Family’, of David Irving’s book on Heinrich Himmler (available through Irving’s bookstore here).   ______ 卐 ______   Himmler’s missing 1940 diary appeared on the auction block in Munich in 2006; we were languishing that year in a Vienna prison cell, convicted…

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Metapedia’s articles

Last year I found out about an article of Metapedia on me in German (here). Now, a certain Herman started one on me in English (here).

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The Fame, 7

From The Fame of a Dead Man’s Deeds: An Up-Close Portrait of William Pierce by Robert Griffin   “I’m William Pierce. I’ve been waiting for you.” Pierce looked to me to be around sixty years old. He is a couple inches taller than I am, which would make him about 6’3” or so. He has…

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The Fame, 5

From The Fame of a Dead Man’s Deeds: An Up-Close Portrait of William Pierce by Robert Griffin   As the days and weeks went along, I noticed that Pierce seemed to look forward to our sessions, which were from 7:00 to 9:00 in the evenings after his long workday. It was at his suggestion that…

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The Fame, 4

From The Fame of a Dead Man’s Deeds: An Up-Close Portrait of William Pierce by Robert Griffin   In late 1997 I wrote Pierce a letter broaching the idea of writing a book about him and his ideas. In the letter, I said: I’m not talking about anything authorized, that is to say, where explicitly…

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The Fame, 3

From The Fame of a Dead Man’s Deeds: An Up-Close Portrait of William Pierce by Robert Griffin   In addition to the weekly broadcasts and book-selling activities, Pierce writes the copy for a members-only monthly National Alliance newsletter. There is also the irregularly published glossy magazine, National Vanguard, which the ADL [Note of the Ed.:…

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The Fame, 2

From The Fame of a Dead Man’s Deeds: An Up-Close Portrait of William Pierce by Robert Griffin   In William Pierce’s novel, The Turner Diaries, the events that set off the anti-government terrorist acts of Earl Turner were a series of brutish government raids on gun owners following the passage of federal legislation outlawing the…

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