Uncle Adolf’s table talk, 167

  12th August 1942, midday Marriage is a holy act, the binding into one of two human beings of different sex; less moving, perhaps, for a man than for a woman, but still a most solemn occasion. * * * The purging of all foreign elements in Germany, introduction of compulsory military service, reconstitution of…

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Uncle Adolf’s table talk, 184

  6th September 1942, midday Racial mixtures—Sailors on leave.     What a fine race the Dutch are! The girls are splendid and very much to my taste. The blemishes in the Dutch are due to interbreeding with the Malays, and that, in its turn, is the result of sexual urge and the lack of…

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Civilisation’s „Romance and Reality“

For an introduction to these series, see here. Below, some indented excerpts of “Romance and Reality,” the third chapter of Civilisation by Kenneth Clark, after which I offer my comments. Originally I posted this entry on April 15 of the last year, but now that I posted another entry about Spain’s Teresa of Ávila I…

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Sparta – X

This specific chapter of Sparta and its Law has been moved: here. If you want to read the book Sparta and its Law from the beginning, click: here.

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Hello Chechar,

First, thank you for your website, it is one of the most informative WN sites that I read on a daily basis. Second, I wanted to share this link [admin’s note of 2016: link no longer working] with you concerning the recent debate about homosexual marriage. The point that Greg Johnson misses (purposely or not)…

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Greg Johnson on homosexuality

by Hunter Wallace In a new article he will probably later regret writing, Greg Johnson has waded into the gay marriage thicket at Counter-Currents. Here’s my response: 1.) It is natural and normal to marry and reproduce with someone of the same race, but the American elite promotes miscegenation because it hates White Christian America,…

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Europe’s vagina

I had posted this entry on February 5 but want to repost it so that it may be read along with my previous entry on Nietzsche’s very traditional views about what used to be our most sacred institution before Western man committed racial suicide: Marriage. The subject of the virtual abolition of Marriage is, to…

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Nietzsche on the institution of marriage

F. Roger Devlin’s views on marriage made a fairly deep impression in my worldview. So deep in fact that nothing has aroused more my emotions in the last few months than watching over and over both the British television series of Pride and Prejudice as well as the 2005 movie adaptation of the same novel,…

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Homo debate continues

After James O’Meara told me at The Occidental Observer that “Only the Jews have demonized all forms of male affection” I responded:   So what’s your model society? Yesterday I watched Pride and Prejudice (the 1995 TV series) and experienced great emotion at the very end during the double marriage of Elizabeth Bennet with Mr Darcy and…

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Chechar’s ten must-reads

1. Hellstorm (excerpts here) Hellstorm is the first book in my list for the reasons explained below this post. Whites will not regain a proper self-esteem unless and until the big lies of omission about the Second World War are exposed with all our heart and being. If the Allied crime is not understood, assimilated…

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