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The psychology

behind conspiracy theories by Sam Francis Whatever… conspiracy theories prove, their prevalence at certain periods of history invariably shows the impending collapse of public trust in the way things are, a readiness to ascribe to the occupants of a society’s most visible and respected positions of leadership the most villainous purposes and the most ruthless…

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A WN take on 9/11

by James Dunphy Conspiracy theorists believe that since many Jews have profited from 9/11, they were behind it. While Jews may have played leading roles in getting the US to simultaneously invade and invite the world, which resulted in part in 9/11, this doesn’t mean they played a direct role in it. Jews often pursue…

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One honest truther

That the Truthers movement is a religion based on blind faith can be corroborated by an interview that the young Briton, mentioned in my previous posts, did with Charlie Veitch. Okay: Charlie is an archetypical liberal. But these fragments of the interview (starting here and here) are worth watching. For the full documentary on how…

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Mistakes corrected

In the video that I embedded in my previous comment, this young Brit says that out of the thousands who watched his miniseries about the 9/11 attacks, only one stopped believing in conspiracy theories. That is precisely the experience I have had with people I met in a New Age cult and parapsychology: the vast…

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On Ron Unz & 911 truthers

The intelligence of Jews is merely verbal, as Stefan Moly says in this video with another Jew, Dave Rubin. A Jew can have a very high verbal IQ; an Asian or an Aryan may have a very high IQ in spatial intelligence, and at the same time both, Jew and gentile, may be mentally retarded…

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A response to Wolfrein

In this discussion thread today I was told the following: Yes, Cesar, I am from Germany and as a regular reader of your blog I am familiar with your critique of WN. I am not overestimating the Jews but I am also not underestimating them. If the Jews (and their goyim accomplices) are behind the…

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Atwill’s cranked-up Jesus

by Richard Carrier Joseph Atwill is one of those crank mythers I often get conflated with. Mythicists like him make the job of serious scholars like me so much harder because people see, hear, or read them and think their nonsense is what mythicism is. They make mythicism look ridiculous. So I have to waste…

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Spartan nostalgia

In his latest comments, Robert Morgan made a few remarks about why conspiracy theories, so popular in the comment sections of racially conscious whites, bother me so much: Linh Dinh: ‘When your tyrants can’t even be identified, much less found, no coup, uprising or revolution is possible…’ Exactly. Preventing revolutions is the purpose of conspiracy…

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Love Germania. Hate the US. – I

Five years ago, trying to communicate with the commenters of The Occidental Observer, Jack Frost said: ‘Although it might be possible to develop a racist interpretation of Christianity (e.g., what the Nazis tried), I’ve never seen a convincing theological justification of it. The fact that all major churches and 99%+ of all who today call…

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Indictment (1995)

Regarding my list of 50 movies that I recommend, this morning I was tempted to replace Elizabeth (1998) with Indictment: The McMartin Trial (1995). I didn’t because, twenty-two years ago, the beauty of Cate Blanchett (pic above) and the clothing of other women, almost at the beginning of the film, briefly portray the nymphs on…

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