Yellow vests

‘With the yellow vests, France has arrived at a pre-revolutionary state’, said Alain de Benoist in a recent interview translated by Greg Johnson. Also, Andrew Anglin is now titling his Daily Stormer as ‘Vive la France’. Compare these two webzines with some words in Hunter Wallace’s article about Macron: ‘No, I am not endorsing violence’.…

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From the Great Confinement of Louis XIV of France to a Chemical Gulag (part 1)

Above, French psychiatrist Philippe Pinel releasing so-called ‘lunatics’ from their chains at the Salpêtrière asylum of Paris in 1795. Below, a Spanish-English translation from my site critical of psychiatry. Since it is a chapter within an online book I’ll be adding explanatory brackets after some sentences.   ______ 卐 ______   Aristotle said that to…

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Guide to investing in gold & silver, 2

by Mike Maloney   Chapter Two: The wealth of nations In studying monetary history to identify cycles, it is necessary to examine both sides of the coin so to speak. The temptation is for people to blame all their woes on their government. Certainly governments are often at fault when it comes to inflation through…

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If Marine Le Pen loses…

by Andrew Anglin Last year, when white nationalists were still on the Trump train, I saw things differently and wrote “Trump cucks—Our turn!” This is what Anglin posted today on The Daily Stormer (please note that we need a little more than what Anglin calls in his article a Stormer Book Club):   I don’t…

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The Aryan problem

Or: Are commenters ahistorical simpletons? There’s already another post under the title “The Aryan problem” but in addition to a snapshot that I’ll try to take to the whole discussion thread on The Occidental Observer, I’d like to post here my replies to those nationalists who still believe in the religion of our parents (indented…

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Uncle Adolf’s table talk, 12

  2nd August 1941, evening National Socialism not for export.     It’s important that we should shape Germany in such a way that whoever comes to visit us may be cured of his prejudices concerning us. I don’t want to force National Socialism on anybody. If I’m told that some countries want to remain…

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Uncle Adolf’s table talk, 51

  30th November 1941, evening   What has happened in our midst is something unique—inconceivable in France, for example. And the French will never have a chief like the Duce.

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Liberalism, 10

Spread of liberalism Abolitionist and suffrage movements spread, along with representative and democratic ideals. France established an enduring republic in the 1870s, and wars in the United States ensured the formation of a nation and the abolition of slavery in the south. Meanwhile, a mixture of liberal and nationalist sentiment in Italy and Germany brought…

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Uncle Adolf’s table talk, 80

  31st January 1942, evening Possibility of collaboration with France—The era of Italian Fascism— The birth of the SA.   The Jew is so stupid that he himself saws through the branch on which he’s sitting. In 1919 a Jewess wrote in the Bayrischer Kurier: “What Eisner’s doing now will recoil upon our heads.” A…

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Liberalism, 5

Era of enlightenment The development of liberalism continued throughout the 18th century with the burgeoning Enlightenment ideals of the era. This was a period of profound intellectual vitality that questioned old traditions and influenced several European monarchies throughout the 18th century. In contrast to England, the French experience in the 18th century was characterized by…

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