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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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How the Woke Monster originated, 2

by Tom Holland Holland’s book in my bedroom—Editor. For the first instalment of this abridged series see here.   Mission AD 19: Galatia Only the Jews, with their stiff-necked insistence that there existed just a single god, refused as a matter of principle to join in acknowledging the divinity of Augustus; and so perhaps it…

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The Holy Hook, 5

by Laurent Guyénot Christianity as controlled opposition ‘Inside every Christian is a Jew,’ stated Pope Francis. That is the simplest and the deepest truth about Christianity. Most Christians are not aware of this Jew inside them, yet he commands a large part of their worldview. Meditating on this truth can be a mind-opening experience, radiating…

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How Yahweh conquered Rome, 4

by Laurent Guyénot   The foundation of the Roman church under the Flavian dynasty In 70, newly proclaimed emperor Vespasian and his son Titus brought to Rome about 97,000 Jewish captives (Josephus, Jewish War vi, 9), as well as members of the Jewish nobility rewarded for their support in the war in Judea—Josephus being the…

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How Yahweh conquered Rome, 1

Editor’s note: With the subtitle ‘Christianity and the Big Lie’, this 12,400-word essay by Laurent Guyénot was published in The Unz Review at Christmas 2020. It will be republished here, excerpted, in five parts.   ______ 卐 ______   The People of the Lie Primo Levi, Italian author of If this is a man (1947)—‘a…

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The Jesus Hoax, 5

CHAPTER 5: RECONSTRUCTING THE TRUTH To recap, I am reconstructing the likely sequence of events, based on a total picture and complete analysis of the situation. Just as Paul’s life was ending, war broke out and the great Temple was destroyed. We can only imagine the distress and outrage of the Jewish community. Their hatred…

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The Jesus Hoax, 2

  CHAPTER 2: JUST THE FACTS… We are fairly confident that a people called “Israel” existed, thanks to the discovery of the Merneptah Stele—an engraved stone created around 1200 BC. It is the earliest known reference. The stele includes this line: “Israel is laid waste and his seed is not.” This sentence has some interesting…

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The most recommended article on ‘Daybreak’

This Monday I am still in the process of correcting the syntax of Daybreak, a task I will finish this week. Just as the previous collection of essays, The Fair Race, has a ‘masthead’—the struggle between Judea and Rome that a Spaniard wrote and we translated for this site—so Daybreak has its central essay. I…

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The forbidden Nietzsche

‘Ignore [normie studies about the philosopher] and read only Nietzsche himself; not the academic or intellectualised interpretations because they never understand him and because since 1950, his thought has actually been forbidden in fundamental ways’. —Husafell. Want to get a taste of the real philosopher? Read some Nietzsche quotes on pages 84-90 of the masthead…

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Aelia Capitolina

Or: Jew-wise priests vs mere anti-Semites Imagine what would happen if an ethnostate wiped Israel off the map and in the place of Tel-Aviv founded a new city filled with statues depicting the beauty of the Aryan race: a city that Jews would be forbidden to enter. What astronomical levels of resentment would diaspora Jews…

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