On the Turin Shroud, 1

‘A love letter from God’ From personal experience I know that, when one is immersed in the dogma of a pseudoscience, the believer swears that it is real science. A typical believer in a classical pseudoscience, such as the study of UFOs or parapsychology, ignores that there is a litmus test to distinguish between false…

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Mill’s quote

Or: Conspiracy theories in white nationalism   This is a postscript of what I said yesterday about Richard Spencer and friends on the subject of John F. Kennedy’s assassination by Oswald—and by Oswald alone. My trouble with white nationalists is not only that they are inferior to the National Socialists on all counts. Many of…

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Spencer on Las Vegas massacre

In the first section of today’s podcast (here), Richard Spencer and his friends talk about the Las Vegas massacre last Sunday. It’s not a bad segment but I would still like to take issue with some of the things they have said. When Spencer talks about sterilizing people like Stephen Paddock, claiming that his father…

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On 9/11 “truth”

• part 1 of 7 – Free fall and how the towers collapsed • part 2 of 7 – Nano-thermite found in the WTC dust • part 3 of 7 – Thermate, thermite and glowing aluminium • part 4 of 7 – How did World Trade Center 7 collapse • part 5 of 7 –…

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Most whites are stupid

This is a 2013 threaded comment in this blog: The average human being in any walk of life, irrespective of class, sex, faith, culture, education, etc., can only grasp facts through an extremely summarized, simplified prism. In other words, the overwhelming majority of people can only think in terms of platitudes and clichés—the few ones…

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Disagree with Ronin

“A Short History of the RPN”: A radio podcast interview of Sebastian Ronin. – July 27, 2014   I agree and disagree with Sebastian on quite a few points. I agree with most of Sebas’ criticism of American-style white nationalism and that Covington is mainly a writer, not an actual politician. But… somewhere during the…

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On conspiracy buffs

by Gerald Posner The response to the hardcover publication of this book [Case Closed: Lee Harvey Oswald and the Assassination of JFK] surprised both me and my publisher, Random House. We were initially worried that the book might be lost in the publicity surrounding the publication of other books espousing convoluted theories. But we had…

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On paleologic nationalism

I find it a little pathetic that some regulars are trying to post pro-conspiracy comments in my recent post on John F. Kennedy’s assassination after I said that I’d shun all debate if they had not done their homework. I made an exception with a commenter from Germany because I believe that Germans, who have…

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On JFK and the prolefeed

Gregory Hood’s nice article on the American left’s chutzpa about John F. Kennedy’s assassination, and the fact that in the current System “you are allowed to say that everyone killed Kennedy except the person who actually killed him (a Communist),” moves me to say something. Most white nationalists don’t have the IQ of Magnus Carlsen…

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What tipped my apothecary scale?

Or: Stephen Dalton’s point Another way to see the difference between bicausalism type-A and type B is through the thought experiment of who would you blame the most, the anthropophagous Morlocks or the suicidal passivity of the blond Eloi in H.G. Wells’ The Time Machine? Those who focus on Jewry blame the Morlocks of course.…

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