World chess champions, Aryans and Jews

Magnus Carlsen just succeeded today to defend his crown title in a very tough match against the challenger, the Italian-American Fabiano Caruana. A conventional list of the world chess champions always starts with the Austrian Jew Wilhelm Steinitz. But my unconventional list starts with the American Paul Charles Morphy that could have beaten Steinitz but,…

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Boring team White!

Further to my today’s post ‘WDH radio nuked’ and also to my yesterday’s chess metaphor. Commenting about today’s chess game of the World Chess Championship 2018, grandmaster Peter Svidler (pic below), after 2:32 of this video said: It is extremely dispiriting to have what has been happening in this match, happen day after day after…

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Team White vs. team Jew

I would like to answer what commenter Highrpm posted in my previous post, ‘The bondage of groupthink’, with a whole new entry. The problem, Highrpm, is that not every single nationalist was so badly mistreated by his parents. Why do white nationalist Christians are still addicted to their Jewish drug? Because of the bondage of…

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Revolution

‘Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable’. —John F. Kennedy This month will be one year after the event in Charlottesville, which incidentally happened on my birthday: an ambush on the white nationalists of the United States in which the government of the state of Virginia colluded with the antifa and…

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World Chess Champion kid

A couple of months ago I predicted that the Norwegian chess player Magnus Carlsen would beat the Indian Viswanathan Anand. Until today, Anand had been the undisputed World Champion since 2007. Although he had won the title for the first time in 2000, he failed to defend it in 2002 but then won again the…

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Chess from the racial perspective

“I am a Jew by blood, Russian by culture, Soviet by upbringing.” —Botvinnik I used to be a chess fan but have only participated in a single official FIDE chess tournament in 2004, which gave me a provisional rating of 2109; a rating I might improve if I played more FIDE tournaments. However, after my…

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Botvinnik’s advice

After finishing the first volume, I have started to read Volume II of Garry Kasparov’s My Great Predecessors, especially the long chapter devoted to Mikhail Botvinnik, the world champion of chess from 1948 to 1963 (second from left to right on the book cover). While reading Kasparov’s lead paragraphs to that chapter some of his…

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