On the white sharia meme

I don’t use the white sharia meme but in my soliloquies I constantly say to myself in humorous vein: “Lo más importante de todo en la vida es que las mujeres sean lindas Caperucitas” (Most important of all in life is for women to be cute Little Riding Hoods). Yesterday Irmin Vinson, the author of…

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On Greggy’s review of Rogue One

Editor’s note: Irmin Vinson, the author of an important book on Hitler, has commented on the latest Star Wars film, recently reviewed by Richard Spencer and Greg Johnson (here and here). Italicized sentences come from Johnson himself. Vinson wrote:   On Spencer! On Johnson! My inclination is to vote for neither, and to avoid watching…

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On the Third Reich

“In almost any war one side can be dishonestly demonized even by a truthful enumeration of its crimes, if the crimes of its adversaries are suppressed.” —Irmin Vinson

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Holohoax “hoax”?

In the previous post I linked to an article where Andrew Anglin steamrolled a spineless coward in the white nationalist movement, Colin Liddell. Today Greg Johnson has, again, criticized Anglin. I am tired of this debate but must clarify something about what Johnson said on the so-called Jewish holocaust. Making mock of Anglin’s term he…

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Twelve must reads

How could I have forgotten Irmin Vinson’s book in my lists (see e.g., here)? Perhaps because I only have read Vinson online, including all the articles eventually gathered by Counter-Currents Publishing for a book. Now there are twelve books of my must-reads, including also Roger Devlin’s already published articles in scholarly journals that merit a…

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Best essays on Hitler

Shelter in Fournes ca. 1915 by Hitler Listen here three pieces about Hitler from Counter-Currents Radio. Or if you prefer to skip the music breaks, below the written version of the same essays: William Pierce’s “The Measure of Greatness” Irmin Vinson’s “Some Thoughts on Hitler” Greg Johnson’s “The Burden of Hitler”

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Léon Degrelle’s “The Enigma of Hitler”

Léon Degrelle was a Belgian Rexist leader, SS officer, decorated combatant on the Eastern Front. Of the first eight hundred Walloon volunteers who left for the Axis campaign against the Soviet Union and Stalinist Marxism, only three survived the war—one of them Degrelle. He died in 1994, while still in exile in Spain. “Hitler—you knew…

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What is the best Hitler biography?

by Andrew Hamilton I’m not a National Socialist, but… I have read a few books on Hitler. Regarding Hitler, I agree with Irmin Vinson: I consider Hitler less a model to be followed than an avalanche of propaganda we must dig ourselves out from under. Never in human history has a single man received such…

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Irmin Vinson on the Holocaust

If nationalists continue to be reluctant to debunk the postwar narrative about Hitler and the holocaust, and by this I don’t mean to deny that several genocides were committed against various ethnic groups in the twentieth century (including Jews), the white people won’t see the light. Ever. Irmin Vinson’s articles on Hitler and the holocaust…

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A nationalist reading of the “Holocaust”

  The chosen image for Irmin Vinson’s site Good articles about the so-called Holocaust are extremely difficult to find either in mainstream media or in the tiny white nationalist scene. Counter-Currents’ most recent article, “Holocaust Commemoration” by Irmin Vinson is the best introduction to this thorny subject I have read so far. It is a…

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