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The fallacies of hope

The best way to realise that it is we rather than the Jews who are responsible for white decline is simply to listen, very carefully, to the great communicators of Western culture. In my post on Tuesday, in which I reproduced an angel painted by da Vinci, I alluded to Kenneth Clark: who from the…

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PDFs for the time being

Since Lulu Printing cancelled my account in January, and WordPress cancelled the old incarnation of this site last month, some problems have arisen. For example, some entries (not many) from the old incarnation of The West’s Darkest Hour couldn’t be exported to this new incarnation. Also, the software in this new incarnation indents the quotes…

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Christianity’s Criminal History, 150

  For the context of these translations click here The Ascension of the Carolingians   ‘…with the help of Christ, King of kings and Lord of lords.’ – Chronicle of Fredegar ‘Soon the Franks attacked with ships and darts, riddled them in the waters and killed them. Thus the Franks finally triumphed over their enemies…

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The ironies of history

I’ve been watching some videos by Gonzalo Lira, a Chilean-American formerly known by the pseudonym Coach Red Pill, who currently resides in Ukraine. In one of his videos, Lira advised viewers living in Western democracies something I believe myself: to move to ‘a poor, underdeveloped country’ because of the ‘totalitarian’—his word—mandates of first-world Covid vaccines.…

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On the series ‘European beauty’

In the 17th photograph of our ‘European beauty’ series, which I uploaded to this site today, we see a mountain backdrop in northern Italy (see my exchange yesterday about the locations that the photos represent). That Italian mountain may well have inspired Leonardo da Vinci for some of his drawings of the Holy Family, or…

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The Führer’s monologues, 2

For the context of these translations click here, for this monologue in German, here. Führer Headquarters 5/6 July 1941, 11.30 a.m. – 1.50 a.m. Conversation with [Nicolaus] v. Below[1] about whether we wouldn’t do well to publish pictures of the large-calibre gun, which had not yet been shown, now for once, for the moral shaking…

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