World chess champions, Aryans and Jews

Magnus Carlsen just succeeded today to defend his crown title in a very tough match against the challenger, the Italian-American Fabiano Caruana. A conventional list of the world chess champions always starts with the Austrian Jew Wilhelm Steinitz. But my unconventional list starts with the American Paul Charles Morphy that could have beaten Steinitz but,…

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Julian, 46

Editor’s note: I am relocating the below post, already published last Sunday, to this Sunday to make a point. Gregory of Nazianzus was a ‘saint’ that has been mentioned several times in this site, especially in Karlheinz Deschner’s historical series. But scholarly writing lacks the vitality of a literary recreation of an epoch. That is…

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The Last Jedi

For boomers like me Star Wars was never the epic film that has been for younger generations. For me the master film was 2001: A Space Odyssey, which exerted a tremendous influence on my life, especially because of its philosophical implications. The Star Wars saga lies not in the serious science-fiction league. Rather, it resembles…

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Annapolis shooting – novelist wanted

Siege’s most recent entry is important. Let’s take a look at Mason’s words: At present the worst enemies of a revolution happening in America are: the unbroken sway of the System’s thought-control, i.e. the mass media; and the continued existence of this economy, as agonizing as it is protracted (and miraculous). Regarding Mason’s second point,…

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Pierce quote

“The race’s last chance to overcome its problems in this relatively painless manner died in January 1943, at Stalingrad.” —William Pierce

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Sample chapter

by Tom Goodrich As we’ve come to appreciate with each passing year, World War Two was the most evil manifestation in human history. No other conflict even comes close in matching that war for its vast and unspeakable crimes. Mass murder of surrendering soldiers, mass starvation of helpless civilians, mass rape of women and children,…

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Summer, 1945

Summer, 1945: Germany, Japan and the Harvest of Hate A book review by Thor Magnusson Sometimes a book comes along that changes the way we think. Sometimes a book comes along that changes the way we act. Sometimes a book comes along that changes the way we think and the way we act. Such a…

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Faith of the Future, 5

by Matt Koehl   V. The Tragedy of 1945 The fall of Berlin to the Eastern hordes in 1945 represents a decisive turning point in the history of the world. Very few have yet grasped its real import, although many have argued the hypothetical possibilities of a different denouement to that fateful conflict. Unfortunately, the…

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The Holocaust of German people

On what used to be the Addenda of this blog, in 2014 I posted this: The best-kept secret in modern history! Listen to Kyle Hunt’s interview of Tom Goodrich about an unheard of Holocaust concealed from the public view by those who wrote recent history. But YouTube nuked that account since then (click on the…

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William Dudley Pelley

Is there a history of American white nationalism for sale, one not written by Jews? I say this because, had it not been for this recent interview, I would not have known about the existence of William Dudley Pelley (1890-1965): whom the country of the First Amendment imprisoned for supporting Germany during the war.

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