Degenerate Alt-Right

I don’t want to spend a lot of time on the Alt-Right but every day, when I finish work at midnight, I watch five minutes of television and, as there is usually nothing, I see some new YouTube clips. Yesterday I saw part of the recent talk between Richard Spencer and Styxhexenhammer666, who is not…

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Kriminalgeschichte, 11

Saul of Tarsus, later known as Paul, who in his epistles claims to be Jewish was the true creator of Christianity. In his book Deschner discusses how Paul strongly criticised his co-religionists and then writes: Unsurprisingly, the Jews counterattacked. This fact was very prominent by German Catholics in Hitler’s time, for example in Heilige deutsche…

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A response to Kurwenal

Or: Why am I reproducing excerpts of Zweig’s book? In the other thread Kurwenal asked me: Would it not be more enriching to find out why Rosenberg considered Nietzsche to be one of us rather than to discuss which Jewish author gives a more or less faithful account of Nietzsche’s life and theories. I see…

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Two subjects

At last William Pierce’s last book, the very one which could not reach the printers because he died, has been published. It is available from Lulu. On the Addenda I’ve added images to my abridgement of Who We Are. If you don’t have time to read the printed book, or even my abridgement, skip the…

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Healing Amfortas (cont.)

Further to my previous post. Below, (1) my presentation of Colin Ross’ cornerstone to understand the trauma model of mental disorders; (2) a translation of “Regaining Self-esteem” by Dr. Claus Wolfschlag—original in German here—, and (3) my views on traumatized Germany. 1.- Ross’ trauma model Note of August 25, 2017: Today I will move this…

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A manifestation of an inner degenerated state

“Tell me which music you like and I’ll tell you who you are” Yesterday at the comments section of Counter-Currents about music (here)— Iranian for Aryans said referring to the CC article: Allow me to dissent. Though the general tenor (ha ha!) of the piece (ha ha!) is salubrious, it shows a ignorance towards European…

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