September 2016 interview

This original canvas signed by Antonio Zucchi (1726-1795) is a landscape in Flemish style, now very near from the desk where I work for this blog. My friend Jake F. interviewed me last year. These are his words: “The below text is of a scripted interview I was to conduct with C.T. of The West’s…

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Hermann

As some of you already know, I am moving the posts from the Addenda to this site respecting the original date when they first appeared in the Addenda. Today it was the turn of William Pierce’s chapter on Hermann (a.k.a. Arminius by the ancient Romans). Hermann is one of the central heroes of the Aryan…

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Three-eyed raven, 8

Indented paragraph is taken from Who We Are by William Pierce: The hard lesson taught by the different results of the European colonization of North America, Latin America, Australia, New Zealand, India, and southern Africa is that the only type of colonization with lasting significance is racial colonization; and that racial colonization can succeed only…

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Three-eyed raven, 7

“The Sanskrit word for caste is varna, which literally means color. The lighter the skin color, the higher the caste.”   The Sanskrit literature of the ancient Aryans is filled with references to the distaste the Nordic conquerors felt for the dark, flat-nosed natives. Poets referred to the dasyus as “the noseless ones” and “the…

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Three-eyed raven, 6

The ultimate downfall of the Nordic conquerors in Asia, just as in the Mediterranean world, can be traced to an economic consideration and to an error in human judgment. The economic consideration was that a conquered population, just like the land itself or the gold and other booty seized by the conquerors, had real value.…

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Three-eyed raven, 5

Or: Ethnosuicidal Spencer   The future 3-Eyed Raven beside the Heart tree at Winterfell.   Generally white nationalists see me as a very rare fellow since, without being Aryan, I proclaim nordicism. They ignore that it is precisely because my ancestors lost their Aryan blood what motivates me to warn others not to lose it.…

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Three-eyed raven, 4

Editor’s note. This is exactly what contemporary white nationalists, unlike those American eugenicists of yore, are still unwilling to acknowledge. This should be the ABC of racial studies, but when will nationalists be willing to travel with the Raven and learn the lessons of the remote past?   As the prosperity of Athens grew, more…

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Three-eyed raven, 3

Indented paragraphs are taken from Who We Are by William Pierce: The Dorians of Laconia organized the Peloponnesian population in a three-layered hierarchy. At the top were the citizens of Sparta, the Spartiates, all of pure Dorian blood, ruled by their kings. At the bottom of the social structure were the Helots, or serfs, consisting…

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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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Three-eyed raven, 1

(The Raven almost seemed to be a part of the tree himself, tangled up in the roots as he was. Being stuck in a tree didn’t seem to matter to the old man much as he could consciously leave the body and make observations, and also have retrocognitive visions at will.)   How guilty are…

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