Liberalism, 10

Spread of liberalism Abolitionist and suffrage movements spread, along with representative and democratic ideals. France established an enduring republic in the 1870s, and wars in the United States ensured the formation of a nation and the abolition of slavery in the south. Meanwhile, a mixture of liberal and nationalist sentiment in Italy and Germany brought…

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Uncle Adolf’s table talk, 141

  8th June 1942, at dinner The role of coming generations—Extension of the Germanic idea—A new name for the Reich capital—Youth should lead youth—Influence of the National Socialist youth within the family—Propaganda—The role of the Press in national education.   During dinner photographs were passed round, showing the Reich Youth Leader in the company of…

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Alex on Kevin

The great questions of the time will not be resolved by speeches and majority decisions—that was the great mistake of 1848 and 1849—but by iron and blood. Otto Von Bismarck No one has yet commented on my previous Linder post. Anyway, these are other comments of the same thread: Alex Linder said: Kevin MacDonald confuses…

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“Building a Life”

From Faith and Action (1938) by Helmut Stellrecht for the Hitler Youth: Life begins in youth. It reaches its high point in the man and the woman. It sinks like the sun into old age. § One must see life as a whole, as a natural process, which is perfected in each moment. There is…

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The Führer’s way is the only way

Or: Niflson responds to Linder Last month during the second hour of Carolyn Yeager’s radio show, Severus Niflson convincingly rebutted Alex Linder’s libertarian stance against fascism and, although Niflson didn’t mention it, I believe his critique also applies to Greg Johnson’s “New Right” philosophy. I cannot write shorthand, so forgive me the errors in the…

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The US: the greatest threat to the white race

Michael O’Meara’s long 2004 article in The Occidental Quarterly, “Boreas Rising: White Nationalism and the Geopolitics of the Paris-Berlin-Moscow Axis,” has been published online at Counter Currents (here, here and here). I’m reproducing only some basic excerpts. No ellipsis added between unquoted paragraphs: For a half century, we nationalists stood with the “West” in its…

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