Uncle Adolf’s table talk, 170

20th August 1942, midday The morale of a people depends to a large extent on the activity of their judges. Every war gives rise to a species of selectivity in reverse; the finest and fittest perish by the thousand. In time, then, there remains only the rascal living in peace and security. If I fail…

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Quotable quote

“To live alone one must be a beast or a god, says Aristotle. Leaving out the third case: One must be both: a philosopher.” —Nietzsche, Twilight of the Idols

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Uncle Adolf’s table talk, 171

20th August 1942, evening A ’plane is a ’plane, and I detest those people who suddenly go all sporting! I hate all that type of bravado; the Duce is very foolish in this respect—he’s not the type for bravado! People sometimes ask me why I play no games? The answer is simple—I’m no good at…

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Most whites are stupid

This is a 2013 threaded comment in this blog: The average human being in any walk of life, irrespective of class, sex, faith, culture, education, etc., can only grasp facts through an extremely summarized, simplified prism. In other words, the overwhelming majority of people can only think in terms of platitudes and clichés—the few ones…

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Uncle Adolf’s table talk, 172

  1st August 1942, midday Events have shown that journalism demands a style of its own. Real journalistic jargon came into being, I think, in the Völkischer Beobachter during our electoral campaign in 1932. Rosenberg feared a landslide. I am quite sure that at the time he despaired of humanity, and his contempt for mankind…

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On Paul Kurtz

It is true that I have praised Paul Kurtz, who died in 2012 and I used to call a “mentor” for his work debunking precisely the pseudosciences that made me lost many years of my life. The photo in the Wikipedia article on him (also at the left) was uploaded by me after I requested…

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Uncle Adolf’s table talk, 173

22nd August 1942, evening The Mexicans, indeed, indulged in extensive human sacrifice, and, when the spirit moved them, would sacrifice as many as twenty thousand human beings at a time! In comparison, Cortés was a moderate man. There is no need whatever to go rushing round the world making the native more healthy than the…

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Quotable quote

“Every single man who has fought and bled in the service of the victors of 1945 and their inheritors has fought and bled in the service of evil.” —Rollory

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Uncle Adolf’s table talk, 174

22nd August 1942, evening Had he been given the time, Stalin would have made of Russia a super-industrialised monster, completely contrary to the interests of the masses, but justified by demagogic pedantry and designed to raise the standard of life for his own particular partisans. His final objective would have been the absorbing of the…

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The Day!

  Feminized western males in the pro-white movement freak out when confronted with what William Pierce called “The Day of the Rope.” But the absolute need for retribution is understood when pondering upon the history of the Iberian Peninsula: what happened when Gothic values were replaced by Christian values. It is impossible to understand the…

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