Against Spencer et al

by Edwin Edwin’s February 24, 2016 piece hits the nail about what is wrong with race realism, American southern nationalism, the Alt-Right, white nationalism (and I would say, even the speakers of the recent Erkenbrand 2017 Conference).     The ethno-nationalist question needs to be handled with a certain degree of intricacy and delicacy. Goethe…

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Being and the 14 words

An old comment of Michael O’Meara:   This [Johnson’s book-review of Covington’s Quartet] is an extraordinary article on an extraordinary subject. I am constantly amazed by the fact that the Quartet has been virtually ignored in our community. Part of this, I imagine, is due to the fact that the present generation of racialists, like…

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Derrida, the Jews and the battle for Europe

by Manu Rodríguez (translated from Spanish) Derrida is, without doubt, the greatest Jewish thinker of late. I speak of what constitutes the whole Jewish “intelligentsia” of the past century. The “letters,” the “humanities”: Kafka, Freud, Lukacs, Benjamin, Arendt, Adorno, Marcuse, Levinas (the list is not exhaustive, of course). Derrida learned from all of them the…

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After AD: Before and after the Führer

In the thread on Judeo reductionism, Roger commented today: Think of the fall of Byzantium. This may have been seen as a great calamity for Europe but on reflection, this helped concentrate power in western Europe and reinvigorated it. Likewise, the utter destruction of America may be the best thing for the White Man… but…

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O’Meara interprets Heidegger

The Anglo-Saxon world of Americanism has resolved to annihilate Europe, that is, the homeland, and that means: [it has resolved to annihilate] the commencement of the Western world. In annihilating the commencement (the origins or breakout of European being)—and thus in annihilating the people whose blood flowed in American veins—New World Europeans, unknowingly, destroyed the…

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Beneath Ridley Scott’s planet

In my Hojas Susurrantes I recount how I liked Planet of the Apes (1968) the same year I watched Kubrick’s magnum opus on the big screen. When I learned as a child that they were filming the second part of the Planet, I loved the idea and thought it would be a fascinating film that…

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America’s unpardonable crime

Note of April 16, 2013. Just because the photo of that lovely German town with a blue background does not combine with the reddish framework of this blog, today I moved this article: here.

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