Carrying the cross

by Jack Frost You have to be completely blind to the essence of Christianity not to see that its most basic message is one of unlimited self-sacrifice. In damaging themselves to help racial aliens, whites are just taking the moral paradigms of their religion to their logical conclusion. Immigration is their cross to bear, and…

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Orwellian rewriting of History

Or: Portugal and the one-drop rule Below, (1) my abridgement of Ray Smith’s The Black Man’s Gift to Portugal from “The Best of Attack and National Vanguard Tabloid,” Ref: Issue No. 6, 1971; (2) Arthur Kemp’s more recent views on Portugal in March of the Titans; (3) the comments of John Martínez whose native language…

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St Martin & the Beggar

The racial divisions emerge This famous painting, left, by El Greco, (1548 -1614), Saint Martin and the Beggar, is a vivid depiction of the emerging division of Spain into those who had mixed with the non-White Muslims and those who had not. Saint Martin is portrayed as completely White. The beggar is clearly of mixed…

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Imperium excerpts, chapter 2

A book dedicated “To the hero of the Second World War” The 20th Century Historical Outlook The Two Aspects of History No ellipsis added between unquoted paragraphs: Men are thus differentiated also with regard to their capacity for understanding History. There is an historical sense, which can see behind the surface of history to the…

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