Day of Wrath, 21

Four years ago I had posted this chapter here but now, that I’ve used engines to check the grammar, I realised the old text was plagued with syntactic inaccuracies. Although I feel it is greatly improved (see below) I can never be sure as English is not my native language. Now that the revision is…

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On myopia and perspectivism

After Nietzsche became insane, his sister and a friend of the philosopher assembled some of his loose writings in a book she published. §481 of that book that Nietzsche never intended to publish, The Will to Power, contains this sentence: ‘In so far as the word “knowledge” has any meaning, the world is knowable; but…

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Ten films I recommend

1. Hamlet (1948)  2. Sleeping Beauty (1959) 3. Andrei Rublev (1966)  4. 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) 5. Planet of the Apes (1968) 6. Death in Venice (1971) 7. Iphigenia (1977) 8. Sense and Sensibility (1995)  9. Artificial Intelligence (2001) 10. Pride and Prejudice (2005)

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Absolute relevancy

I have noticed that people are not interested in my recent entries on Nietzsche and the New Testament (and my next entry will be none other than Karlheinz Deschner’s introduction to his ten-volume Criminal History of Christianity). Why I believe these topics are relevant for the cause? Let’s put it this way. If inspired by…

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A postscript to my prolegomena

Further to what I said yesterday. A deeper response to the questions raised by Stubbs would imply reminding my readers that, at the end of his Critique of Practical Reason, Kant said that there are two universes: the empirical universe and the subjective universe. Karl Popper comments that he who doesn’t believe in the second…

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Dies Irae

For a few years I have been reading racialist literature and have come to the conclusion that William Luther Pierce ought to be considered the central intellectual figure of American racialism (George Lincoln Rockwell on the other hand was perhaps the noblest individual on this side of the Atlantic). Besides his superb essays Pierce inaugurated…

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Beneath Ridley Scott’s planet

In my Hojas Susurrantes I recount how I liked Planet of the Apes (1968) the same year I watched Kubrick’s magnum opus on the big screen. When I learned as a child that they were filming the second part of the Planet, I loved the idea and thought it would be a fascinating film that…

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A manifestation of an inner degenerated state

“Tell me which music you like and I’ll tell you who you are” Yesterday at the comments section of Counter-Currents about music (here)— Iranian for Aryans said referring to the CC article: Allow me to dissent. Though the general tenor (ha ha!) of the piece (ha ha!) is salubrious, it shows a ignorance towards European…

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