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The human side of chess, 10

Gentile Reinfeld vs. Jew Reti I have said that except for computers the colour of chess is the colour of blood, and that some chess players live more in the world of emotions than in that of cold logic that neophytes observe from the outside. In those emotions, including the thirst to win, the fate…

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Sieg der Waffen – Sieg des Kindes, 6

In allen Gauen des Reiches und in allen germanischen Landern—so zeigen es diese Bilder von Holländern, Norwegern, Dänen und Schweden—tritt uns dieser nordisch bestimmte, germanisch-deutsche Mensch entgegen.

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AmRen’s BS

I recently quoted to Claudius the following sentence from Saturday’s article in American Renaissance: Violence or shrillness will never convince white people who may well have doubts about blacks but think it is immoral to be ‘racist’. Talking about ‘Jews’ as the source of the problem smacks of Nazism—another violent movement that did us great…

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Greg Johnson: racial traitor

by Mauricio Claudius: You don’t consider Johnson an enemy of the White race? Would you take less umbrage if I labeled him ‘Traitor’? He’s a homosexual. He never commended Hitler, Himmler, the SS or National Socialism. He chastises William Pierce and his books. He refrains from promoting hatred against non-Whites; in fact, he downright denouces…

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Day of Wrath’s pdf

Yesterday a new visitor posted this comment arguing that we shouldn’t criticise Greg Johnson so harshly. I pointed out that there were many entries on this site about Johnson and that I had summarised my views about him on pages 9-11 of Day of Wrath (DOW), indicating that my book appeared on the sidebar. But…

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Best Russian film

Those who have read Pierce and Kemp’s books will know of other very dark hours for the white race. But without images or a good novel, like Julian by Vidal, it’s almost impossible to convey what happened with the proper emotions. Since Hollywood is in enemy hands, what is filmed there about the past distorts…

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The human side of chess, 9

‘Why do chess players grieve so much after a defeat?… Because defeat is like a little death’. —Manuel Suárez / Boris Zlotnik What to do after defeat None of the chess fans I know knows that mastery of the game is due to factors that have nothing to do with his will. Only in a…

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SS booklet, 6

Are not this peasant and that farm girl [pics in German booklet] in their simple, straightforward and austere manner, best suited for the SS-man as wife and as mother of many children?   ______ 卐 ______   Editor’s postscript: When I closed the comments section for a while from the first day of January I…

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The human side of chess, 8

5 Tort – Computer HAL 9000 and man I didn’t play this last game with a human being. When I play with my computer it seems as unequal a struggle as competing in arithmetic with a calculator. As mathematician John von Newmann told Jacob Bronowski, chess is not a game: it is a special form…

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