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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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Messala’s idea

I’m still going through the syntax of Daybreak with Grammarly, and I’m not even halfway through. And I’ll keep going through it until I finish the work without distractions (except for this entry). But why are PDF books important? Unlike other sites, as I said recently, the backbone of The West’s Darkest Hour is our…

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Hitler’s Religion: Chapter 10

On April 10, 1923, Hitler fulminated, “The liberation [of Germany] requires more than diligence; to become free requires pride, will, spite, hate, hate, and once again, hate.” A year earlier, he told a Munich crowd, “Christianity prescribes to us faith, hope and love. Love and hope cannot help us; only faith can, because it begets…

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Embryonic idea

How did Christianity become liberalism? At the core of liberal thought we encounter individualism, egalitarianism and universalism. When European civilisation reached its peak before the decline of ancient Greece and Rome—think of the paradigms of Sparta and Republican Rome—values were not individualistic but social; not egalitarian but aristocratic, not universalistic but ethnocentric. Christianity transvalued such…

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Hitler’s Religion: Chapter 2

(excerpts) by Richard Weikart Who influenced Hitler’s religion? Even as allied bombers reduced German cities to rubble in 1944, Hitler fantasized about his post-war architectural exploits. One of his most grandiose schemes was to transform his hometown of Linz, Austria, into the cultural capital of the Third Reich. A secretary of his remembered this as…

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Byzantine discussions

about Roe v. Wade In the Spanish language, the expression Byzantine discussion means a useless discussion in which each side can never succeed in proving its assertions to the opposing side. It is equivalent to the expression ‘discussing the sex of angels’, as this was the subject that the Byzantines were discussing in a serious…

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A cute postscript

I would like to add a postscript to Mauricio’s words in ‘Responding to Jamie’. There is a litmus test I have devised to see who has, or has not, transvalued his values. Imagine a scenario analogous to The Turner Diaries where revolutionaries come to have control over nuclear missiles in a silo, and use them…

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Responding to Jamie

by Mauricio You need to transvalue your views on Hate and War. Hate is a source of pure, raw power. The best source of Power. Aryans need to re-learn how to tap into that source and use it effectively to destroy their enemies completely, forever. It should be obvious by now, that in order for…

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Beautiful eyes!

It might seem excessive what I did yesterday: using the Führertag as an opportunity to continue badmouthing the white nationalists. But paraphrasing a Ukrainian who used to comment here, the problem with Christian nationalists is that they entertain illusions that their suicidal cuckoldry will get rewarded in an afterlife by a certain crucified Galilean! Just…

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Reflections of an Aryan woman, 82

  Chapter XI: Incurable decadence No longer gigantic, like unto the Spirits, proud and free, But servile, crawling, crafty, cowardly, envious, Frozen flesh where nothing stirs or trembles any more, Man will swarm anew under the skies. —Leconte de Lisle (Qaïn; Poèmes Barbares). An impure air embraces the globe stripped Of the woods that sheltered…

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