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SS vs. racialists

I just removed this image from my Monday post because I changed my mind and now I want to use the below image of José Raúl Capablanca on the cover of the Spanish version (an image of Alexander Alekhine will appear on the cover of the English translation). Note the size of the pieces with…

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Chess is brutal

Today I got the proof copy of my chess book that I was talking about on Monday. Before publishing the English version, I will have to read this copy in the original language to see if it contains errors. In the emails they send me I found out that a visitor to this site likes…

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Christianity’s Criminal History, 138

– For the context of these translations click here – Use and abuse of slaves as livestock From Gregory himself we know that many bishops did not care for the oppressed or the poor. On the occasion of the appointment of the defensor romanus as rector, he wrote to the coloni of Syracuse: I therefore…

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Reliable talks

There are two German editions that are reliable transcriptions of Hitler’s after-dinner conversations. The English translation is based on unreliable manuscripts, something we figured out three years ago. This video featuring David Irving and Richard Weikart explains it all in a few minutes.

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Castilian intolerance

When in December I closed the comments of this site for a couple of months, I put a link to this notice: I am a very busy person and do not have a moderator who is approving or censoring comments. If the visitor is not someone whose personal religion is virtually identical to the ideology…

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Hitler & Christianity

by Perkunas In the article ‘Are the table talks genuine?’, the question was raised: ‘Christian disingenuously ask why, if this was his real opinion, didn’t he put it in Mein Kampf or mention it in any of his public speeches?’ Actually, Hitler did do that. There is a specific passage in Mein Kampf where Hitler…

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Christianity’s Criminal History, 137

– For the context of these translations click here – Saint Gregory the Great by Francisco Goya. ‘The property of the poor’ The same man who prophesied the calamitous end of the world and the impending divine judgment carried out an ecclesiastical property policy as intense as if that divine judgment were never to come.…

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Jared & Kevin

Since I was disappointed with American racialism I have only occasionally been visiting The Occidental Observer and American Renaissance. But even in these sites we can see the extreme level of feminisation of the white male of today. Recall Himmler’s brief preface to the pamphlet I have been quoting, Sieg der Waffen – Sieg des…

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Semitic tail in National Socialism

In this morning’s post we saw that Karlheinz Deschner used the word ‘Gentiles’ not to refer to the Jewish-Gentile dichotomy, but in the context that Pope Gregory despised unconverted whites, ‘Gentiles’. We also translated a phrase from Deschner’s book like this: ‘And in 598 he ordered Agnelo of Terracina to seek out the tree worshipers…

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