Heisman’s suicide note, 11

Or: A key to understanding the ethnosuicidal United States I had said in the previous post that I would not read beyond page 500. But a friend on Facebook suggested that I read what Heisman says about the Norman Conquest and I have found oil. I wonder if those white nationalist scholars in the history…

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Heisman’s suicide note, 3

Rupture: How Christ hijacked the moral compass of the West The English word “virtue” is derived from the Roman word virtus, meaning manliness or strength. Virtus derived from vir, meaning “man”. Virilis, an ancestor of the English word “virile”, is also derived from the Roman word for man. From this Roman conception of virtue, was…

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The Story of Philosophy, 3

The context of Plato In 490-470 B. C. Sparta and Athens, forgetting their jealousies and joining their forces, fought off the effort of the Persians under Darius and Xerxes to turn Greece into a colony of an Asiatic empire. In this struggle of youthful Europe against the senile East, Sparta provided the army and Athens…

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Edwin’s arrows

  On Guillaume Faye Guillaume Faye outlines a compelling vision to the immigration problem in the last chapter of his book Archeo-Futurism. This is presented in the form of a utopian dream, and should be seen in part as a reaction against the doom and gloom despair of the French New Right. I might also…

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Revaluation of values

“The Cathedrals were built to the glory of God; New York was built to the glory of Mammon.” —Kenneth Clark In this site I’ve insisted a lot about the need of a Nietzschean ‘transvaluation of all values’. But only by quoting and rephrasing Francis Parker Yockey I’ll convey the idea of what it means: Materialist…

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W. B. Yeats

“Puritanical anti-Europe has become exactly what it set out to become: New Zion,” wrote Sebastian Ronin a couple of years ago referring to the US. Regular visitors of this site know that from my point of view the etiology of white decline is, in order of importance: (1) materialism, (2) Christian ethics and (3) Jewish…

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Liberalism, 8

Radicalism The radical liberal movement began in the 1790s in England and concentrated on parliamentary and electoral reform, emphasizing natural rights and popular sovereignty. Thomas Paine’s The Rights of Man (1791) was a response to Burke’s conservative essay Reflections on the Revolution in France. An ensuing revolution controversy featured, among others, Mary Wollstonecraft, who followed…

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Was the Second Klan “cuckservative”?

From an essay of The Fair Race’s Darkest Hour:   On a more fundamental level, the problem of the Second Klan Era was metapolitical in nature, which is to say that they ceded the parameters of discourse which predetermined the sorts of policies and tactics they adopted. [my emphasis—like today’s cuckservatives!] Accepting the paleoconservative notion…

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Uncle Adolf’s table talk, 176

  28th August 1942, midday   Budapest and Vienna —The new capital of the Reich.   The Hungarian aristocracy has predominantly German blood in its veins; all the original aristocracies of Europe belong, fundamentally, to one single international community. The Reich must get a worthy capital. At the moment Budapest is the most beautiful town…

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Nordish Hellenes: the aristocracy of ancient Greece

As can be seen in my first comment of the last thread, a white nationalist has no idea of what nordicism is. Stubbs said in a VNN exchange that I included in The Fair Race, “Nordicism has come to refer the recognition that some parts of Europe have undergone significantly more mongrelization than others.” It…

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