Darkening Age, 5

Celsus and Democritus Note of the Ed.: Celsus was Christianity’s first great critic. The following is an excerpt from Nixey’s chapter ‘Wisdom is Foolishness’:   Celsus did not soften his attack either. This first assault on Christianity was vicious, powerful and, like Gibbon, immensely readable. Yet unlike Gibbon, today almost no one has heard of…

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Annapolis shooting – novelist wanted

Siege’s most recent entry is important. Let’s take a look at Mason’s words: At present the worst enemies of a revolution happening in America are: the unbroken sway of the System’s thought-control, i.e. the mass media; and the continued existence of this economy, as agonizing as it is protracted (and miraculous). Regarding Mason’s second point,…

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Siege, 44

Readying for revolution The mood of much of the population and the state of the economy both indicate that everyone could have a surprise in store for them at practically any time. Belief in the rottenness of the System coupled with the belief in ourselves and in our power to make revolution will guarantee that,…

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What is a youth

Yesterday I saw, after a long time, a film that, as girls, my sisters loved: Zeffirelli’s adaptation of Romeo and Juliet. Older people remember that it was a hit for the adolescents of other times. Nowadays it would be unthinkable that a film of this kind would interest the directors or the degenerated youth who…

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Siege, 43

Survivalism I don’t pretend to be an expert on the art of surviving under very primitive or hostile conditions. Yet, aren’t we all doing that very thing when you really consider it, and more so all the time as this civilization continues to rot away? Despite the erroneous image some have in their minds of…

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The Antichrist § 5

You should not beautify Christianity or try to dress it up: it has waged a war to the death against this higher type of person, it has banned all the basic instincts of this type, it has developed its concept of evil, of the Evil One himself out of these instincts—the strong human being as…

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Siege, 42

Off my case Don’t confuse this with the spectacle of the Right Wing joker who stages a press conference to announce the formation of a secret, underground guerrilla army. This only involves you and nobody else but you. I’ve never been accused of being a paranoid individual, of imagining things which aren’t there. My desire…

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Trust

Today I’ll post a 3,000-word obituary in Spanish in honour of my cousin who died this month. Those who have been soliciting access to my private blog Hojas Eliminadas should know that I only grant access to those who have gained my trust.

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Siege, 41

There was no time to say goodbye You can’t exist it the middle of an embryonic revolutionary movement and expect to live trouble-free indefinitely. We around here never did. At present if the System decided upon one, big midnight raid on all known Movement members, he’d probably make his bag with little difficulty and that…

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Anti-Galilean quote

Thank you so much for this article. Christians are such good liars that many… say… that Jesus wasn’t a Jew and that communism and Christianity have nothing in common because communists in Russia persecuted Christians… I was traumatized growing up being raised Christian. Many of my family members were given Christian (Jewish) first and middle…

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