Civilisation’s „Heroic Materialism“

Originally I posted this article on April 25, 2012. But now that I have been postulating that the One Ring of greed and power—that we might start calling “the Aryan Problem”—could be the main factor in the West’s darkest hour, I am moving it at the top of this blog. Below, some excerpts of “Heroic…

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The One Ring

“In ancient Rome, as in modern America, the economic system and its imperatives are treated as absolute and fixed, whereas the people are treated as liquid and fungible.” —Greg Johnson “After all, the chief business of the American people is business.” —President Calvin Coolidge Yesterday I listened Tom Sunic’s interviews of Andrew Fraser, author of…

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Quotable quote

“A people of good race which has too few children has a sure ticket for the grave, for insignificance in fifty to a hundred years, for burial in 250 years.” —Himmler

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On feminism

Some time ago John Thames wrote, and quoted, the texts below: Woman, to a very real extent, is the “natural born Jew” of the universe. She thinks that man exists to serve her the same way the Jew thinks that the gentile exists to serve him. To my enlightened female critics: Since you do not…

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Nacoland

Or: For those who still don’t believe that the dollar will crash Rarely I read newspapers in Spanish. My contempt for those who mixed their blood, and even for those who have not do it but who see nothing wrong with such mixing, is infinite. So much so that I have not a single friend…

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Brave, Brazilian New World

Friday, July 12 Hey John, I am increasingly concerned about the coming currency crash. If I don’t convince my family to allow me sell the real estate at market price, I am screwed. The collapse may happen this year or the next one… How is life going on in Brazil by the way? Chechar Sunday,…

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Pride & Prejudice

It took Will Durant more than three decades to write the monumental The Story of Civilization. After finishing the ten volumes of the Story, it followed the essay The Lessons of History, which reflect both Durant’s erudition and his accumulated wisdom. I read The Lessons of History while living in the States and would like…

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The Sin against the Holy Ghost

O splendour of the flesh! O ideal splendour! O love renewed, triumphant dawn aurora, Where, at their feet the Gods and Heroes, Callipyge the white and her little Eros, Drowned in the snow of rose-petals, press Women and flowers beneath their feet’s caress! —Rimbaud Since English roses are the Crown of the Evolution, that Nature…

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Kemp on the United States

Excerpted from March of the Titans: A History of the White Race by Arthur Kemp: Although the United States did not emerge as a separate country until the end of the 18th Century, it assumed a massive, perhaps even dominating, role in world history from that time onwards. North America became as important as Europe…

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Orwellian rewriting of History

Or: Portugal and the one-drop rule Below, (1) my abridgement of Ray Smith’s The Black Man’s Gift to Portugal from “The Best of Attack and National Vanguard Tabloid,” Ref: Issue No. 6, 1971; (2) Arthur Kemp’s more recent views on Portugal in March of the Titans; (3) the comments of John Martínez whose native language…

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