The fallibility of the Gospels (2)

A chapter from Ian Wilson’s Jesus: The Evidence This method is useful for showing up which episodes are common to all gospels, which are peculiar to a single gospel, the variations of interest or emphasis between one writer and another, and so on. It is immediately obvious that while Matthew, Mark and Luke have a…

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Hunter Wallace on the Jewish Problem

A comment by Wallace on September 21, 2011: As someone who considers Jewish influence an important problem, but not the only problem, and as someone who believes the matter should be dealt with in a reasonable and responsible way, the problem is that the clown movement (which has always overlapped with WN) is constantly sabotaging…

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Quotable quote

“It is our sacred goal to populate the lands of this earth with White people exclusively.” —Ben Klassen

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The fallibility of the Gospels (1)

A chapter from Ian Wilson’s Jesus: The Evidence It is perhaps a reflection of today’s emphasis on a Jesus of faith that most modern Christians, practising and non-practising, are quite unaware of the sort of conflicts that have riven the world of gospel studies during the last century or so. Few realize, for instance, that…

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Gospel Fictions

It seems to me that the etiology of Western malaise is more complicated than what the average nationalist has imagined. While reading MacDonald’s first trilogy study on Jewry I thought that the etiology was, at least, threefold. First: the hardware. As MacDonald and many others have pointed out, whites “have some unique characteristics such as…

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“Once Obama amnesties those wetbacks…”

Rarely do I follow the news in this blog. But the recent Supreme Court decisions against Arizona and for ObamaCare—the Old United States no longer exists: those decisions were the final nail in the coffin—remind me Harold Covington’s scolding of coward conservatives: Note of May 12, 2015: The thoughtpolice at YouTube censored this clip.

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“There is NOTHING wrong with us”

Monocausalism is the simplistic notion that all of our issues are to be laid on the feet of Jews, that “there is NOTHING wrong with us” as the commenter Helvena put it this year at Age of Treason. The problem with those who advocate the single-cause hypothesis of our current predicament is that they have…

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