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Grammarly review

As I am reviewing the PDFs, I was surprised that the Daybreak articles hadn’t been checked by Grammarly, the syntax checker I use. That means that the current version is riddled with syntax errors, as they are old articles, prior to my use of Grammarly. It will take me a while to go through the…

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On Beth’s Cute Tits – 2022 edition

The following are the first pages of the latest edition: FOREWORD As a Sanskrit saying goes, from the corruption of women all evils follow. And as I have shown in many articles on my website The West’s Darkest Hour, feminism goes hand in hand with a thoroughgoing feminisation of the Western male. Both are two…

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‘Daybreak’ 2022 edition

Here are the first edited pages:   PREFACE The majority of the essays collected here are mine. I place them in the chronological order in which they appeared from the past decade to August 2020 on my website The West’s Darkest Hour (WDH). I wrote them in English as my second language, although I couldn’t…

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My trilogy

Of my trilogy written in my native language the first two books are, once again, available to the public as announced on my site Hojas Eliminadas. I am checking the syntax of the third one before publishing the revised edition, which will be out in May, so I won’t be very active on The West’s…

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Liberalism as a heretical movement

Yesterday I changed the subtitle of this site by replacing the word ‘fourteen’ with ‘sacred’. Thus I also include the four words (to understand the latter the visitor would have to familiarise himself with my eleven books). Yesterday the thought also came to me that liberalism, which is now in its final metastasis in all…

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On wolf-clothed lambs

In Siege, James Mason wrote: In revolution as in any war, actual accomplishment of it primarily involves KILLING and the consequences of that. The sooner the Movement accepts all this as merely par-for-the-course, the sooner things will begin going more in our direction. True, but since Mason wrote that in the 1980s, he hasn’t killed…

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Daybreak’s preface

The other book I compiled, The Fair Race’s Darkest Hour, collects essays by other authors. The vast majority of the essays that I collect here are mine. I put them in the chronological order in which I published them from the past decade to the current year and wrote them with English as my second…

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