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Exchange at the Observer

The quote above in the sidebar, ‘In committing the matricide of Europe, Anglo-Americans heaped up their own funeral pyre’, is from Junghans, with whom I had been discussing amicably years ago. After years of not discussing with him, on Tuesday I mentioned to Junghans at The Occidental Observer comments thread my usual mantra about miscegenation…

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On Alberto Athié

How Christianity is transmuted into liberalism: a textbook case   In my post the day before yesterday (also mentioned at the end of yesterday’s post), I tried to see liberalism as a movement heretical to traditional Christianity. These days I have also been watching many YouTube videos where we can see the Mexican Alberto Athié…

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Why I hate Christianity

In 2019 I wrote: A few days ago some Santería practitioners ritually sacrificed a poor chicken and they came to throw the decapitated corpse at the corner of my house in Mexico City. In the winters I usually walk around the streets a lot to warm my feet and hands. I just saw another decapitated…

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Reflections of an Aryan woman, 12

The question arises, however, as to the boundary between the two intolerances, or rather, between acts and gestures hostile to the order dreamed of by the legislator and ‘thoughts’, deep-seated convictions, attachment to values that contradict the basic propositions on which this order is based. It is certain that gestures, unless they are purely mechanical,…

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Columbus statue

The statue of Christopher Columbus that was removed last year in Mexico City’s most famous avenue will be replaced by a statue of an Amerind woman. The most disturbing thing is that those Mexicans who phenotypically look Spanish don’t give a damn about this change. What happens in the neighbouring country to the north with…

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Mexico in a nutshell

Mesoamerica’s Amerindians from the Olmecs to the Aztecs (2,500 b.c.e. to 1521 c.e.) were true bastards: a culture of serial killers even of their own children—see the middle of my book Day of Wrath. When the silly Spaniards arrived in the 16th century—the least racially conscious among Europeans—the first thing they did was cross-breed with…

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Not demo-cracy but media-cracy

The reason I don’t like to comment on the news is that just commenting on it validates the System. For example, commenting on recent elections in the US validates democracy. And if you hate democracy you can afford not to comment on any of the elections in any Western country. But what happened yesterday is…

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Devlin postscript

I would like to clarify something about what I recently said in ‘On Roger Devlin’. Last week I visited the home of the Catholic family that I referred to in that article and, now I realise, what I wrote is inaccurate. While it is true that the woman who sent her husband to the asylum…

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Nobody wanted to listen, 6

A humanitarian analyst Once again, I will be told that I chose the wrong people: that the Escobars were unfortunate cases and that in the world there are professionals capable of understanding a tragedy for what it is, a tragedy and call a spade a spade. Let’s now see what happened to me with the…

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Nobody wanted to listen, 5

The opinion of psychologists ‘Where are the men?’ the little prince at last took up the conversation again. ‘It is a little lonely in the desert…’ ‘It is also lonely among men’, the snake said. —Antoine de Saint-Exupéry It may be assumed that Tere simply followed the dictates of traditional morality, but that if I…

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