W.G. Simpson on Christianity

The Occidental Observer has just published ‘William Gayley Simpson on Christianity and the West’. I have no objection about the article. But the Observer’s comments section is usually plagued with clueless Christians who forfeit their homework. I was tempted to link in that thread the relevant literature to enlighten those Christian nationalists. But I know…

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Edwin’s arrows

  On Guillaume Faye Guillaume Faye outlines a compelling vision to the immigration problem in the last chapter of his book Archeo-Futurism. This is presented in the form of a utopian dream, and should be seen in part as a reaction against the doom and gloom despair of the French New Right. I might also…

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William Gayley Simpson

(1892-1991) Last year a friend recommended me the great work of William Gayley Simpson, Which Way Western Man? that can be read online. Simpson lived 99 years and wrote that huge work, of 775 pages, throughout most of his life. I have read some chapters of Which Way Western Man? and was impressed that, before…

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