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I know that very few visitors have read Day of Wrath (PDF also linked at the end of my previous post): the translation of some chapters of the books I wrote in my native language. But now that I work full time on the complete translation of the first book, I will not be adding…

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Psychoclasses: a vital concept

The video that I embedded in the comments section of my previous post made me think of something. What happens in China (e.g., a toddler on the road is not rescued by any Chinese who casually passes by, and is finally run over, etc., etc.) is not ‘the battle of morality between different cultures’ as…

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On serving two masters

The problem with white nationalists is their damn Christian ethics: a set of moral values shared by even those atheists who live under the illusion of having abandoned our parents’ religion. Christianity not only has a dogmatic facet but an axiological one as we have said so many times. Last week Ramzpaul said in one…

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WDH – pdf 333

Click: here The software converter could not add the image of the video within the article ‘Spencer’s eschatology’, but I’ve embedded it below:

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Poisonous 1917

The Hollywood movie 1917, which I saw today, directed, co-written and produced by Sam Mendes, whose mother is Jewish, is poison to the Aryan race. Of the most notable contemporary racialists, Richard Spencer’s voice is the least bad. I’m not saying it’s a good voice: it’s just the least bad. Let us listen, then, what…

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On trying to be an Austen fan in today’s West

by Mauricio Last year, in May, I went on a coffee date with a young Med woman. Thin (vegan), no tattoos, good manners. No siblings, parents divorced. Lives with her mom, avoids her father. She’s graduating in psychology, can’t speak English (but can read), watches tons of Netflix, and wants to travel the world. I…

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On Norman Spear

Too bad that he got doxxed today. In 2018 I had the opportunity to talk to him through Skype. His ideology was revolutionary, yes; but Spear always maintained his activities without breaking the law. I have written short articles mentioning Spear: here. I wish him well…

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Pride and Prejudice (2005 adaptation)

In the early hours of the day after midnight, I began to watch once again the 2005 film Pride and Prejudice, based on Jane Austen’s novel. I felt really tired and had to suspend the function, already after two in the morning. I left when, advised by Mr. Darcy, Mr. Bingley struggles with himself to…

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H.P. Lovecraft’s letters

‘I’d like to see that Delphic festival. Greece is the third in order of European nations which I would enjoy visiting—England and Italy being the other two. Greece contains some remarkable survivals of classic myth among the peasantry—I heard a highly illuminating lecture on the subject a year ago by Sir Rennell Rodd, a lifelong…

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