web analytics

Two Hundred Years Together

Many people are discussing Spencer J. Quinn’s review of Solzhenitsyn’s second non-fiction book, Two Hundred Years Together that I was talking about yesterday: a review originally published on Counter-Currents in various instalments. The truth is that both Solzhenitsyn and Quinn make so many concessions to Christian morality that neither was able to see the truth:…

Continue reading

Explaining my midnight post

Today I woke up shortly after five in the morning because the topic addressed by an Unz Review columnist made me anxious and I couldn’t go back to sleep. I mean ‘Pro-BLM Demonstrations Sweep Across Europe: We’re all living in Amerikwa’ by Guillaume Durocher. Such collective hysteria (the crucified nigger by evil whites is the…

Continue reading

Love Germania. Hate the US. – II

George Floyd Riots are irrelevant for he who lives under the weirwood. What matters is how the past explains the present in the US. Incidentally, if this site is taken down visit the backup.   1918 With Lenin, in 1918 the Bolsheviks initiated a true Holocaust, a massive genocide that would continue until three years…

Continue reading

Zero-budget movies about the Gulag

From minute 40 to 43 Michael Kingsbury explains exactly what we have been saying this month: Whites need a very specific story, and Kingsbury wisely states which story should it be: a tragic story, like the Gulag that killed dozens of millions of whites. https://youtu.be/aHSsKXFNbhg Decades ago I was very naïve. I could not figure…

Continue reading

The nature of evil:

The self-righteousness of (((Viktor Frankl))) To contextualise this series about psychiatry, see: here. Below, an abridged translation of a chapter of one of my books:   It would seem that in this series on psychiatry I portray psychiatrists as the nurse Ratched in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest: one of the coldest villains, yet…

Continue reading

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.…

Continue reading

Holohoax “hoax”?

In the previous post I linked to an article where Andrew Anglin steamrolled a spineless coward in the white nationalist movement, Colin Liddell. Today Greg Johnson has, again, criticized Anglin. I am tired of this debate but must clarify something about what Johnson said on the so-called Jewish holocaust. Making mock of Anglin’s term he…

Continue reading

Ten books that changed my mind

1. Maxfield Parrish Poster Book 2. The Sickle 3. Laing and Anti-Psychiatry 4. Childhood’s End 5. A Skeptic’s Handbook of Parapsychology 6. The Relentless Question 7. Final Analysis 8. The Gulag Archipelago 9. For Your Own Good 10. The Emotional Life of Nations

Continue reading

The Gulag Archipelago

Or: The ten books that made an impact in my life before I became racially conscious 8.- The Gulag Archipelago (read in 1999) The Gulag Archipelago, The Harvill Press, 1999. Abridged by Edward Ericson. No ellipsis added between excerpts: Foreword to the Abridgement If it were possible for any nation to fathom another people’s bitter…

Continue reading