Heisman’s suicide note, 8

Americanism is really a form of Judaism Years after the death of his comrade, Karl Marx, and only about a year before his own death in 1895, Frederick Engels, co-founder of the communist movement, published an essay called “On the History of Early Christianity”. It began: The history of early Christianity has notable points of…

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Why Europeans must reject Christianity, 18

by Ferdinand Bardamu   Karl Marx, chief interpreter of the “Protestant Aquinas” Marxist ideology is neither rationally explicable nor empirically verifiable. This means that Marxism is not subject to revision when its prophecies fail to materialize, or its cardinal doctrines are disproven; instead, like the Christian religionist, the Marxist ideologue is forced to engage in…

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Why Europeans must reject Christianity, 17

by Ferdinand Bardamu   The Christian origins of modern liberalism and socialism The “anticipatory” consequences of spiritual equality meant social and economic equality for the church, leading to the establishment of formal communism in the early Christian communities. This was not just philanthropy, but a highly organized social welfare system that maximized the redistribution of…

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Liberalism, 17

Execution of Torrijos and his men in 1831 by Antonio Gisbert. Spanish King Ferdinand VII took repressive measures against the liberal forces in his country.   Criticism and support Liberalism has drawn both criticism and support in its history from various ideological groups. For example, some scholars suggest that liberalism gave rise to feminism, although…

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SS Pamphlet

Der Reichsführer Heinrich Himmler SS/SS-Hauptamt (1943?)   The development of German culture has not followed a steadily rising course. Decades of no growth are followed by periods of slow but steady progress, then new ideas suddenly appear that transform our culture in fundamental ways. A new view of the world opens up, giving us entirely…

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Esau’s Tears

Excerpted from Esau’s Tears: Modern Anti-Semitism and the Rise of the Jews (Cambridge University Press, 2009); a book that could have been subtitled “Jewish takeover (‘rise’) and Gentile reaction (‘anti-Semitism’)”. Preface That I have devoted many years of study to anti-Semitism underlines how important I think it has been and is. Expressing irritation with Jews,…

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Kemp on the Jews

Excerpted from March of the Titans: A History of the White Race by Arthur Kemp: The saga of the European Jews Anti-Semitism—or, more accurately, anti-Jewishness—was not an invention of Hitler nor of his National Socialist German Workers’ Party. Anti-Jewish sentiment has always stalked the Jews, where-ever they went: it seems as if their very presence…

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Whites’ deadliest enemy

Or: “No Jews, no Arabs, no communists have done so much damage to the White gene pool as Whites themselves” The above is a quotation from Tom Sunic’s 2010 essay, “Race and Religion: Awkward Friends of the White Man” published in three parts at The Occidental Observer (here, here and here) where he also analyzes…

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