Uncle Sam wants you dead

I won’t add new posts over the weekend. But I’d like to note that the US government is now prosecuting four more pro-whites for the events of Charlottesville last year selectively, that is, ignoring the antifa that caused the violence in the first place. Sooner or later pro-white Americans will realise that John F. Kennedy…

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Revolution

‘Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable’. —John F. Kennedy This month will be one year after the event in Charlottesville, which incidentally happened on my birthday: an ambush on the white nationalists of the United States in which the government of the state of Virginia colluded with the antifa and…

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Spencer on Las Vegas massacre

In the first section of today’s podcast (here), Richard Spencer and his friends talk about the Las Vegas massacre last Sunday. It’s not a bad segment but I would still like to take issue with some of the things they have said. When Spencer talks about sterilizing people like Stephen Paddock, claiming that his father…

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Liberalism, 20

Americas In North America, unlike in Europe, the word liberalism almost exclusively refers to social liberalism in contemporary politics. The dominant Canadian and American parties, the Liberal Party and the Democratic Party, are frequently identified as being modern liberal or centre-left organizations in the academic literature. In Canada, the long-dominant Liberal Party, colloquially known as…

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On conspiracy buffs

by Gerald Posner The response to the hardcover publication of this book [Case Closed: Lee Harvey Oswald and the Assassination of JFK] surprised both me and my publisher, Random House. We were initially worried that the book might be lost in the publicity surrounding the publication of other books espousing convoluted theories. But we had…

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On JFK and the prolefeed

Gregory Hood’s nice article on the American left’s chutzpa about John F. Kennedy’s assassination, and the fact that in the current System “you are allowed to say that everyone killed Kennedy except the person who actually killed him (a Communist),” moves me to say something. Most white nationalists don’t have the IQ of Magnus Carlsen…

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March of the Titans

The following passages of one of the last chapters of March of the Titans: The Complete History of the White Race by Arthur Kemp caught my attention: “Civil rights” The forty five years following the end of the Second World War were dominated by three issues: the decolonization process; the development of the concept of…

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Kemp on the United States

Excerpted from March of the Titans: A History of the White Race by Arthur Kemp: Although the United States did not emerge as a separate country until the end of the 18th Century, it assumed a massive, perhaps even dominating, role in world history from that time onwards. North America became as important as Europe…

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