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The Ukraine war

In his today’s article on Counter-Currents, Greg Johnson wrote: How to end this war? If there were justice, Russia would go back to its 2013 borders, pay reparations, and put Putin’s head on a spike on the Kremlin wall. Wow, just compare it not only with what Andrew Anglin writes these months about Russia and…

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The situation in the Ukraine is an historical event of immense magnitude

by Andrew Anglin Recently, some readers have complained to me that we are covering the Ukraine situation too closely, saying they are bored with the topic. Mitch McConnell was right when he said the most important thing happening in the world is the Ukraine conflict. He was right for the wrong reasons, but he was…

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The Führer’s monologues, 1

For the context of these translations click here, for this monologue in German, here. Part One: Table talks # 1-74 – 5 July to 31 December 1941 –   Führer Headquarters Saturday, 5 July 1941 What we lack, he said, is a clear presentation of the will to live, the way of life of der…

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Yockey on the United States

Editor’s note: The following is my abridgement of Francis Parker Yockey’s chapter on his country, the United States, from Imperium: The Philosophy of History and Politics. I recently speculated that William Pierce didn’t include a chapter on the US in his history of the white race because he didn’t want to put it in a…

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Lavrov v. Uncle Sam

by Andrew Anglin Editor’s Note: When I first became involved in the issue of defending the West against the programme of soft genocide through mass migration, I noticed on anti-jihad forums that conservatives, many of them Christians, were spearheading the fight. So why do I insult Christians so much? As one begins to deduce from…

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Putin vs. Murka

by Michael O’Meara Editor’s note: In yesterday’s post I mentioned Michael O’Meara. While it is true what I said about his Christian sympathies, as can be seen in the article below, this piece by O’Mearea from nearly a decade ago is surprisingly topical, and helps us understand what is going on these turbulent days. Originally…

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‘Der Feind’ – The Enemy

Editor’s Note: The following is Kerry Bolton’s introduction to the upcoming new edition of Francis Parker Yockey’s The Enemy of Europe, to be published by Centennial Edition.   ______ 卐 ______   The Second World War ended with Europe under the domination of two extra-European powers: the United States and Soviet Russia. Most of the…

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Why the West is principally responsible for the Ukrainian crisis

by John Mearsheimer The war in Ukraine is the most dangerous international conflict since the 1962 Cuban missile crisis. Understanding its root causes is essential if we are to prevent it from getting worse and, instead, to find a way to bring it to a close. There is no question that Vladimir Putin started the…

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Clueless Ukrainians

Before I resume reading Deschner’s book on the true history of Christianity, I would like to say something about the recent debate between Michael Jones and Greg Johnson. I was surprised that the latter said that Tucker Carlson had been influenced by Moscow propaganda, precisely what the MSM claims! Johnson also said that Russians and…

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On music education

Two years ago, during the pandemic and lockdowns, I recommended half a hundred films. And about ten years ago an Australian asked me in the comments section of this site what pieces of classical music I would recommend for him to suggest to his daughters. But music is not like films. One can watch typical…

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