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A “final solution” to the Jewish problem

Instead of replying to a comment by Ward Kendall in the latest thread, I better rephrase here something that Larry Auster wrote about Islam in 2008: Commenter 1 and others in this thread argue as follows: “Solution X may be what we need to do for our survival, but the support for X does not…

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Parapsychology

Or: The ten books that made an impact in my life before I became racially conscious 5.- A Skeptic’s Handbook of Parapsychology (autographed inscription 1989) 6.- The Relentless Question (autographed inscription 1990) In “The Sickle” I said this Tuesday that I arrived to the San Francisco airport in 1985. Living in San Rafael the very…

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An open letter to Larry Auster

Note of November 3, 2014: I wrote the below entry in April 2012 and presently am more open, though not a hundred percent convinced, of Linder’s final solution but by then I did not subscribe such views I have ignored you since you started to say that I share Alex Linder’s “exterminationist anti-Semitic” sentiments. But…

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The Red Giant

“In England one must rehabilitate oneself after every little emancipation from theology by showing in a veritably awe-inspiring manner what a moral fanatic one is. That is the penance they pay there. —We others hold otherwise. When one gives up the Christian faith, one pulls the right to Christian morality out from under one’s feet.”…

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The liberal axiom

Today that I translated the below piece to Spanish a sentence caught my attention: “Instead of opposing non-discrimination, [conservatives] oppose multiculturalism and political correctness. But let’s say that we got rid of multiculturalism and political correctness. Would that end… immigration? No. Multiculturalism is not the source of… immigration.” Auster adds that the source of it…

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