Day of Wrath, 19

The infanticidal psychoclass: references Wikipedia has the problem that many of its editors and administrators are either white traitors to the West or Jews like those of deMause’s journal. Although some scholars contribute to editing it, there is always an anti-westerner who censures the passages opposing the anti-white zeitgeist. For example, regarding the articles on…

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Summer, 1945

Summer, 1945: Germany, Japan and the Harvest of Hate A book review by Thor Magnusson Sometimes a book comes along that changes the way we think. Sometimes a book comes along that changes the way we act. Sometimes a book comes along that changes the way we think and the way we act. Such a…

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Uncle Adolf’s table talk, 84

  6th February 1942, evening   For the first time, we have on our side a first-rate military power, Japan. We must therefore never abandon the Japanese alliance, for Japan is a power upon which one can rely. There’s one thing that Japan and Germany have absolutely in common—that both of us need fifty to…

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The New World Order:

Free trade, and the deindustrialization of America by William Pierce   Every regular television news watcher has heard the expression “New World Order” often enough now to be familiar with it. George Bush really popularized the expression during the last two years of his administration. Prior to that one heard only occasional veiled references to…

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March of the Titans

The following sentences of March of the Titans: The Complete History of the White Race by Arthur Kemp caught my attention: Race War in the Far East Portuguese explorers were the first Whites to arrive by sea in China, landing in 1514. By 1557, they had acquired a trading station at Macau and by 1570,…

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On Buddha & Evola

Or: “The existence of Buddhism should scare the White Nationalists who can’t think of anything but Jews” by Cesar Tort In a previous post I talked about my golden rule: never read those authors or philosophers who write in obscure prose. I confess that, in the past, when I was researching the pseudoscience called psychiatry,…

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