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Dominion

Yesterday I got the book whose review I reproduced last Sunday: Dominion: How the Christian Revolution Remade the World by Tom Holland (pictured left). I read the preface and a few pages Holland wrote about how Hitler and Himmler had broken with Christian ethics. I found what I read fascinating, and I would like to…

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Reflections of an Aryan woman, 74

One of the earliest epigraphically attested reference to the word arya occurs in the 6th-century b.c.e. Behistun inscription. Moreover, it was not only with the initiates of the Forbidden City of Lhasa (and perhaps with the Dalai Lama himself) that the spiritual elite of the SS Order—which was that of a new traditional civilisation in…

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Staying in the middle

Some issues of this site are being discussed at The Occidental Observer, in the comments section of a recent book-review by Professor Kevin MacDonald. I left a comment and a commenter said yesterday: C.T.: Your central essay is highly educational and leads logically to its conclusion: ‘The Christian church has left nothing untouched by its…

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O Christians!

The quantity of Christians in the racialist right still surprises me, and I’m not just talking about Americans. The last time I saw a video of Keith Woods, it seemed to me that this beardless boy was in the process of abandoning racialism in pursuit of his parents’ religion. Now he interviews an apologist of…

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Sleeping nationalists

(David Ryckaert, Old Man Sleeping, ca. 1640-1642, oil on panel.) Two days ago I wrote ‘TOO cucks Johnson’ and today I visited that discussion thread on The Occidental Observer to see if Greg Johnson was defending himself against the author’s mild criticism. But apparently Johnson is in a semi-depressive stage. He used to argue quite…

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Why is there no axiological revolution?

Today a commenter of Prussian heritage commented: ‘It is because of Christian values and morality that there has not yet been a true uprising over the current order’. This is absolutely true, and we can illustrate it even with the best mind the American continent has produced: William Pierce. After his first novel, in which…

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The origins of white guilt

by Tom Sunic In order to tentatively elicit a convincing answer regarding the pathology of White guilt one needs to raise some rhetorical questions about Christian teachings. Why are White Christian peoples, in contrast to other peoples of other races and other religions on Earth, more prone to excessive altruism toward non-White out-groups? Why are…

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Love Germania. Hate the US. – I

Five years ago, trying to communicate with the commenters of The Occidental Observer, Jack Frost said: ‘Although it might be possible to develop a racist interpretation of Christianity (e.g., what the Nazis tried), I’ve never seen a convincing theological justification of it. The fact that all major churches and 99%+ of all who today call…

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Nietzsche

by Tom Sunic Note of the Editor: Of the intellectuals of contemporary white nationalism, I only have respect for Tom Sunic, who like me is aware of the Christian problem and how capitalism is poison for the fourteen words. The difference is that he speaks in a very polite manner and I in a very…

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The double helix

Tomislav Sunić (a.k.a Tom Sunic) Remember the conference in Hungary where Richard Spencer was arrested for thoughtcrime? In ‘Defying the Budapest Ban: The Rebel vs the Dissident’, on October 2014 Tom Sunic said: Despite the ban by the Hungarian government, the NPI conference did take place in Budapest on October 5, albeit in a truncated…

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