Anti-charlatanry

Last September Greg Johnson did not let pass the following comment, my response to a commenter: Most mainstream intellectuals are just ignorant. They don’t even know that the decline and fall of the Greco-Roman World was caused by miscegenation and blood mixing. If I am allowed to be frank let me say that, like the…

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Politically-correct English

Languages never stay still. In one key dialect of modern English, meaning can be conveyed by the absence of adjectives. It happens with the nouns “man” and “men”, though you’ll also see it with nouns like “youth/s”, “teen/s”, and so on. Mentions of “men” are often men-shuns, because the media avoid describing the “men” any…

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The Brigade excerpts, chapter I

by Harold Covington “I’ve Had Enough of What Ain’t Right!” “I’ll do it,” said Zack Hatfield. “Do what?” asked his friend Charlie Washburn. “Kill them,” said Hatfield. “I’m going to kill both of those bitches.” The two of them were sitting on plastic-upholstered armchairs in the musty living room of Zack’s cheap furnished apartment in…

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Bowden (1962-2012)

Jonathan Bowden was the best orator of white nationalist circles. Excerpted from a long transcript of 11,000 words, below I reproduce only a few sentences of a relatively recent speech of Bowden in California. It resonates with what another Briton, Kenneth Clark, said in his Civilisation series: that what kills civilisations is, above all, lack…

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Porphyry on Christianity

From the dust jacket of Porphyry’s Against the Christians: The Literary Remains, translated by Joseph Hoffmann (Prometheus Books, 1994): Throughout its first three centuries, the growing Christian religion was subjected not only to official persecution but to the attacks of pagan intellectuals, who looked upon the new sect as a band of fanatics bent on…

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