March of the Titans

In one of the addenda of WDH, Chechar’s, I reproduced chapter excerpts of Arthur Kemp’s monumental history of the white race but started from the last chapter, so that when clicking on this link the reader would not find himself in the awkward position of reading the book backwards.

Starting tomorrow I’ll repost those excerpts here but in reverse order; that is, starting from the Prologue.

For white nationalism, an elemental history of the white race is exactly like my studying the capital letters A-E-I-O-U during my first classes of Elementary School when I was a six year-old kid. But since Kemp’s book has been unfairly criticized by people who have not even read it, I’d like to quote a couple of comments that I discovered in the blogosphere:

It was about ten years ago when I discovered it online [March of the Titans: The Complete History of the White Race, now only available in printed form]. I read it three times in a row, looking for historical errors and inaccuracies. There were very few!

It turned my world upside down… I had never considered history from a racial perspective. Within two years I purchased a hard copy as an essential addition to my library.

The above is my genuine unsolicited opinion.

—Anonymous reviewer

This book has attracted criticism largely from do nothings possibly due to envy that someone has the energy and dedication to produce an all-encompassing history of our race. It is of course a “work in progress” and the author will be pleased to hear of any errors spotted by readers.

—Tony Hancock

6 Replies on “March of the Titans

  1. @Chechar, a bit off topic:

    Have you ever read (or read about) Carl Schmitt? I think you would really enjoy him as a right wing political theorist.

    1. My apologies, I see that you do know of him, from the sidebar; I just wanted to point out the brilliance of this man’s refutation of the liberal-capitalist state in relation to the above book.

      Schmitt brings into focus the question of the only alternative to universalism; imperium. And of course, imperialism has been a moral taboo since WW2 when the Western powers gave up their colonies out of a moral sense of shame and universalism.

      Schmitt is intellectual dynamite; he provides a legal and political justification for the contents of this book.

    2. You mean justification for Kemp’s book? The thesis of both Kemp’s and Pierce’s respective histories of the race is almost identical: you should not exploit non-whites as second-class citizens or slaves because that leads to an imperium gluttony (cf Rome) that after some centuries degenerates into miscegenation and the decline of the empire. In other words, we gotta separate definitively from non-whites and do the dirty work ourselves.

      1. Agreed, I’m merely pointing out that the racial-homogeneity thesis as the basis for civilization, as asserted by Kemp, inevitably will lead to an ordered relation of and between non-white and white peoples. I don’t see evidence that most white colonization ‚enslaved‘ non-whites or forced the ingenious people to do dirty work (the Americas with black slaves are the exception) which did not also benefit the natives.

        Unless you want to cut off all economic ties between the white and non-white world, there will always be empire and colonies (I don’t see a problem with this whatsoever). For instance, if whites go to Mexico and miscegenate, so what? That’s a foreign land.

        There is no evidence that reverse-colonization is a threat to white peoples (this is the result of Marxist-Jewish brainwashing, not the colonization itself).

      2. That’s why I will start adding the Kemp excerpts today, because like most white nationalists you got it all wrong. The Iberians for example started to miscegenate in America, yes, but it soon metastasized into the Iberian Peninsula itself, and many Portuguese have in their blood a Negro gene, which means that they are forever lost for our cause. (Something similar happened throughout all white history, as you’ll see, which is why Pierce said that the mess started right after the invention of agriculture.)