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The return of the Blond Beast

Or: Against Pierce and Laje In our latest translation of the preface to a reliable edition of Hitler’s after-dinner talks, we came across this passage: The defeat of 1918, he thought, and the harsh terms of the peace treaty so wounded the national pride and self-confidence of the German people that they exerted all their…

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On hypocrisy

by Robert Morgan Kevin MacDonald: ‘This could possibly turn out well. Civil wars are messy and disastrous in many ways, but we have reached the point where compromise and discussion are impossible’. It’s good (I guess?) to see KMD talking out of the other side of his mouth about this for once. But how to…

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Charlottesville without stars or stripes

Or what does the word transvaluation mean in my mouth There is something that I must add to what I said yesterday in the context of the current approach among race realists, which can be summed up in the already quoted words of Michael O’Meara, ‘The historical course offered by myth, in contrast to the…

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The transvaluation explained

Stefan Molyneux was recently expelled from YouTube and his thousands of videos, deleted. Yesterday, they also kicked him out of Twitter. For one thing, that’s fine, as Moly, whose mother was Jewish, was always a gate-keeper on the Jewish question. And it is impossible to understand what happens to the West unless someone expands the…

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On Barton Fink fans

There is something I want to say about the recent discussion thread of Savitri Devi’s article. Some things can be told rhetorically on a blog and other things cannot be said rhetorically. Exterminationism, ‘the religion of the 4 words’, is one of the things that cannot be said rhetorically. It is a subject that requires…

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Andy Donner and premature violence

Of his quintet, I fully read Harold Covington’s first four novels at a time when I had some correspondence with him, and I still recommend The Brigade to everyone who visits this site. But I distanced myself from Covington when I learned that he suffered from terrible character flaws, such as the defamation of other…

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What’s wrong with these guys?

In the abstract of the YouTube video ‘The Death of Europe, with Douglas Murray’ we can read: In this episode of Uncommon Knowledge, Peter Robinson is joined by author and columnist Douglas Murray to discuss his new book The Madness of Crowds: Race, Gender and Identity. Murray examines the most divisive issues today, including sexuality,…

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Pseudoapostates

Or: It all starts at Level 6 Hitler said that National Socialism could not be exported. If technically we cannot call ourselves ‘National Socialists’, this explains that a few years ago I started using another expression, ‘priests of the fourteen words’. The priest of the 14 words does not even have to be pure Aryan…

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What ‘The Turner Diaries’ is all about

by William Pierce It is important for us to understand that one person is not a Methodist and another a Catholic and a third a Marxist as the result of any rational process—at least, not in the vast majority of cases, although there are individual exceptions. That is, one is not a Methodist because one…

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Brad’s way or Will’s?

On Occidental Dissent Brad Griffin writes: We’ve also been sued for $10 million in a civil suit for allegedly causing James Fields, Jr. to crash his Dodge Challenger into that crowd of folks in Charlottesville. I had never heard of James Fields until I saw him on the news. I wasn’t even in Albemarle County…

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