Day of Wrath, 16

The Boasian regression Human beings tend to idealize their parents and carry the burden of the sins of the world: Passover lambs for the unrecognized ills of the parent. This self-reproach for supposed wrongdoing is due to the perennial problem, still unresolved in our species, of the attachment to the perpetrator. The mantras the cultural…

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MacDonald on nordicist science

Adapted and abridged from Kevin MacDonald’s foreword to the 2011 book Raciology by Vladimir Avdeyev (read MacDonald’s entire review here or here). Philippe Rushton once commented that science moves forward, continuing to gather data and refine its theories—with one important exception. A century ago, there was a robust Darwinian science of race differences, from differences…

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On pre-Hispanic Amerinds, 1

  Recently I was in the bookstore of the Museo Nacional de Antropología (MNA), which I had not visited for years, and the cover of a DVD for sell caught my attention. Although it was about human sacrifice in pre-Columbian America, the back cover of this BBC documentary claimed that “women had more rights” in…

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The Sin against the Holy Ghost

O splendour of the flesh! O ideal splendour! O love renewed, triumphant dawn aurora, Where, at their feet the Gods and Heroes, Callipyge the white and her little Eros, Drowned in the snow of rose-petals, press Women and flowers beneath their feet’s caress! —Rimbaud Since English roses are the Crown of the Evolution, that Nature…

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Grand Orc of the Crap Arts!

It is true that the video-series by Roger Scruton (“Why Beauty Matters”) and Scott Burdick (“The Banishment of Beauty”) expose today’s charlatanism in the Art world. But both series are marred by the constant presence of non-whites. We need an identical message but this time filmed by someone like Craig Bodeker. This said, what Scruton and…

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