Historical novel vs. liberal fantasy

Most of the content of this site is non-fictional. Rarely I recommend novels—although not the liberal novels by George R.R. Martin upon which Game of Thrones is based (see “Beware of Game of Thrones”). Last Sundays I added passages from Gore Vidal’s most fascinating novel, a recreation of the life of my favourite Roman Emperor,…

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JP in a single article!

Divided for publication at The Occidental Observer in three parts this Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, Andrew Joyce has published a magnificent article explaining the Jewish Problem under the title: “The Jewish Question: Suggested Readings with Commentary.” I would like to quote a few passages from Joyce’s piece; the first one about Richard Wagner: When Europeans…

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On Carl Sagan’s “Cosmos”

In these hard days for me I’ve tried to distract myself with my favorite television series when I was much younger: the thirty episodes of The Champions and the thirteen of Cosmos by Carl Sagan. Since I wrote about those TV series I’ve changed my mind. For example, I now see with respect the efforts…

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War of the sexes, 30

Freedom’s daughters   Harold A. Covington is a neonazi and a novelist. He advocates the creation of a new nation, a white Republic in the Pacific Northwest region of the US as a sanctuary to prevent the extinction of whites. Covington’s five novels present a fictionalized account of the rise of a future Northwest American…

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Anglin & feminism

Michelle Dockery, the English rose who plays the role as Lady Mary Crawley in ITV drama series Downton Abbey. Andrew Anglin has penned another article explaining feminism. While I vehemently share his anti-feminism I don’t have time for a long post. I will limit myself to state that, like most white nationalists, he blames Jewish…

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Why I Write

by Roger Devlin   I came late to the issues characteristically discussed in The Occidental Quarterly. I had no interest in politics during my early adult years, a circumstance for which I am now grateful. Like most Americans, I assumed that “politics” meant electoral contests between hardly-distinguishable parties. In early adulthood I encountered The Gulag…

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Ex Libris

The Wikipedia article on liberalism that I edited for this site can now be read from the beginning at Ex Libris: here. Yes: Wikipedia is a liberal, anti-white online encyclopedia. I reproduced it because it shows that liberalism has old, native roots in our Neo-Christian, ethno-suicidal culture and modern zeitgeist.

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Liberalism, 21

Other regions In Australia, liberalism is primarily championed by the centre-right Liberal Party. The Liberals are a fusion of classical liberal and conservative forces and are affiliated with the conservative International Democrat Union.   Impact and influence The fundamental elements of contemporary society have liberal roots. The early waves of liberalism popularized economic individualism while…

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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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