Julian, 33

Julian presiding at a conference of Sectarians (Edward Armitage, 1875)   Libanius: Yes, I do know. At the beginning, we all had great hopes for Gallus. I recall vividly Gallus’s first appearance before the senate of Antioch. How hopeful we were! He was indeed as handsome as men say, though that day he was suffering…

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Apocalypse for whites • XIII

by Evropa Soberana Caligula In 38, Caligula, the successor of Tiberius, sends his friend Herod Agrippa to the troubled city of Alexandria, to watch over Aulus Avilius Flaccus, the prefect of Egypt, who did not enjoy precisely the confidence of the emperor and who—according to the Jewish philosopher Philo of Alexandria (Contra Flaccus)—was an authentic…

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Kriminalgeschichte, 9

Below, a translated passage from the first volume of Karlheinz Deschner’s Kriminalgeschichte des Christentums (“Criminal History of Christianity”)   The Jewish religion, tolerated by the pagan state But even the masters of Rome were tolerant of the Jews (in whom they found peasants, artisans, workers—at that time they were not yet characterised as merchants), and…

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The face of Classical Europe (II)

Were the Romans blond and blue-eyed?   Translated from Evropa Soberana   Recently I was called names on VNN forum as a result of my criticism of anti-Nordicism in my previous post. Isn’t it ironic that the signature-legend of VNN’s admin states that the Jews must be exterminated while, at the same time, some of…

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The Satyricon

Educated homosexuals like to pull out the old Ancient Greco-Roman card that the liberals use. They project their values onto an idealized past that never existed in order to legitimize their lifestyles today. Judge it by yourself. What could be more decadent in the Greco-Roman world than the homoerotic adventures recounted in a novel written…

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