Day of Wrath, 12

The return of Quetzalcoatl If until recently westerners represented the zenith of civilization in the world, presently New Guineans and the headhunters of Munduruku in Brazil represent the nadir. The psychoclass of the poorest strata of Latin America lies at the middle of both extremes. In contrast to most nations, Mexico City gave her name…

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Three-eyed raven, 2

Indented paragraphs are taken from Who We Are by William Pierce: The four centuries between the Dorian invasion and the flowering of the literate Classical civilization are referred to by most historians as “the Dark Age,” for much the same reasons that the period between the fall of Rome, more than fifteen centuries later, and…

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Uncle Adolf’s table talk, 53

  13th December 1941, midday SPECIAL GUESTS: RIBBENTROP, ROSENBERG, GOEBBELS, TERBOVEN AND REICHSLEITER BOUHLER Time to solve the religious problem—Condemnation of the organised falsehood—The SS and religion—Negro taboos and the Eucharist —The Mussolini makes a mistake.     The war will be over one day. I shall then consider that my life’s final task will…

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Uncle Adolf’s table talk, 88

  Night of 19th-20th February 1942 The perversity of education—Regrets for the help given to Spain.     No sooner do we land in a colony than we install children’s crèches, hospitals for the natives. All that fills me with rage. White women degrading themselves in the service of the blacks. On top of that…

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Liberalism, 2

Etymology and definition Words such as liberal, liberty, libertarian, and libertine all trace their history to the Latin liber, which means “free”. One of the first recorded instances of the word liberal occurs in 1375, when it was used to describe the liberal arts in the context of an education desirable for a free-born man.…

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Solitude

Below, my comments of the ten threads about Nietzsche’s prologue to Thus Spoke Zarathustra in a single entry: 1 Visitors will be surprised to learn that a Spanish edition has more detailed endnotes than the academic English translation of Nietzsche’s magnum opus. This is because Spaniards are fed up of Catholicism. North Americans have a…

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On snatched Iberians

and Criollos I get almost zero intelligent feedback in the ramification of this site, La Hora más Oscura. And even here, and as a result of my quest in the Spanish Metapedia, I gather that, apparently: Throughout more than 1,300 years, no notable Spanish or Portuguese has ever criticized the interbreeding that started since the…

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Uncle Adolf’s table talk, 138

A Saint is promoted to the rank of General!   5th June 1942, at dinner A report was submitted to the Fuehrer, according to which the Caudillo had decided, in a decree dated 22nd September 1941, to award the full honours of a Field-Marshal to Saint Funicisla, the patron saint of Segovia, in recognition of…

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Uncle Adolf’s table talk, 139

  7th June 1942, midday A new revolution in Spain would spell ruin—all traitors should be shot—settling with “Bible students.” During discussion about the Blue Division—the Spanish Division serving on the Eastern front—the conversation turned once more to the internal situation in Spain. Reichsleiter Bormann remarked that the increasing swing in favour of a monarchy…

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Uncle Adolf’s table talk, 140

  7th June 1942, at dinner A procession at Barcelona—harassing the Falange—distrust of Serrano Suner—superior resistance of Italians to Church heresies—German emperors and the Church—Requiem mass for the protector of Bohemia and Moravia. The Fuehrer was informed that on the occasion of the Corpus Christi procession in Barcelona, the Governor of the town forbade by…

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