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Our lycanthropic lust

Just as in previous editions of The Fair Race’s Darkest Hour I used to link the Spanish essay on Judea against Rome as the masthead of that book, in On Beth’s Cute Tits the central essay is ‘Our lycanthropic lust’. In the forthcoming PDF edition of that book, I have already corrected the style of…

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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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Quotable quote

I think that the real reason why Michael Jones believes this stuff is because he was bullied at school and has unprocessed trauma. When I had unprocessed trauma, I was a traditionalist Catholic. However, there are better ways to process trauma than Jesus fantasies. —Gaedhal

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Morgan on KMD, again

Kevin MacDonald: ‘Individualism and the Western Liberal Tradition…’ I’ve been flipping through this book, and it’s not as bad as I thought it was going to be. On the positive side, I’m glad to see that MacDonald is evidently of the view that the American Civil War was all about slavery. He says, for example:…

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Christianity’s Criminal History, 166

The butcher of the Saxons While Charles was making his conquests in northern Spain and losing them again—the only defeat suffered by a Frankish army under his command—Widukind, a Westphalian nobleman who had returned from Danish emigration (and who is first named in 777, when he failed to attend the Diet of Paderborn), advanced with…

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Christianity’s Criminal History, 165

– For the context of these translations click here –   A mission along ‘military shock lines’ So now the Saxons not only had to answer for their subordination ‘with all their freedom and property’, but the territory of which they were dispossessed was immediately divided, and in the presence of numerous bishops, between the…

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Latest edition

The Fair Race is an anthology of other authors, and Daybreak is an anthology of my articles. In the new edition of Daybreak, I removed twenty articles from the now obsolete edition (approximately 24,000 words), and edited the surviving articles with DeepL Translator, as English is not my mother tongue, and many of the old…

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Edited preface of ‘Daybreak’

I am the author of the essays collected here. They have all been edited for publication in this anthology and they appear in the chronological order in which, unedited, they were added as blog entries from October 2006 to August 2020 on my website The West’s Darkest Hour (WDH). I wrote them in English as…

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