Christianity’s Criminal History, 86

Saint John the Evangelist, a painting by the Italian Baroque painter Domenichino. The problem with the splendid Christian art is that the painters have Nordicized the Semites of the 1st century. Had photography existed in the 1st century of our era, the Aryans would never have projected their beautiful physiques on the ugly rabble of…

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Kriminalgeschichte, 66

Sant’Agostino nello studio by Vittore Carpaccio (1502)   ‘Genius in all fields of Christian doctrine’ [Augustine] often dictated at the same time discussions to several writings: 93 works or 232 ‘books’, he says in the year 427 in his Retractationes (which critically contemplate, so to speak, his work in chronological succession), to which we must…

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The Story of Philosophy, 6

The Republic The last words of Will Durant in the previous entry of this series: ‘Let us study The Republic’. But in this post I will not quote any passage from Durant’s book. I will give my opinion on this classic work that bequeathed us historical Greece. In the first place, it must be recognised…

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War of the sexes, 14

Update: The following text is rough draft. The series has been substantially revised and abridged, and the section by the YouTube blogger Turd Flinging Monkey is available in a single PDF: here. ______ 卐 ______   The traditionalism cycle “The worst form of tyranny the world has ever known is the tyranny of the weak…

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Ethnosuicidal nationalists

Henry Wallis: The Death of Thomas Chatterton. The subject of the painting was the poet who died after he poisoned himself.   ______ 卐 ______   “‪Even the pro-white ‘movement’ seems beholden to this irresistible death-wish.‬” —‪Joseph Walsh The revelation has come to me that liberals, conservatives and white nationalists are, ultimately, on the same…

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Uncle Adolf’s table talk, 42

  29th October 1941, evening Stupid pedagogical system— The monuments of Paris.     It’s all wrong that a man’s whole life should depend on a diploma that he either receives or doesn’t at the age of seventeen. I was a victim of that system myself. I wanted to go to the School of Fine…

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Motherhood

“Everything about woman is a riddle, and everything about woman has a single solution: that is, pregnancy.” —Nietzsche          

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Uncle Adolf’s table talk, 57

  Night of 23rd-24th December 1941 The Museum at Linz—Belittling of great paintings by Jewish critics—Incompetence of the bourgeois leaders— The Venus of Bordone.   It occurs to me that already Linz Museum can bear comparison with no-matter-which museum in New York. In the years 1890 to 1900, one could still form great collections. After…

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Uncle Adolf’s table talk, 67

  Night of 15th-16th January 1942 A woman of genius —The Arts must be protected.     It’s claimed that women have no creative genius. But there’s one extraordinary woman, and it irritates me that men don’t do her justice. Angelica Kauffmann was a very great painter. The most illustrious of her own contemporaries admired…

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Uncle Adolf’s table talk, 103

  27th March 1942, midday Jewish influence on German art —Painting in Germany.   It’s striking to observe that in 1910 our artistic level was still extraordinarily high. Since that time, alas! our decadence has merely become accentuated. In the field of painting, for example, it’s enough to recall the lamentable daubs that people have…

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