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Christmas Special 
Frohe Weihnachten, Ungläubige!

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Es war vor etwa zwanzig Jahren, als ich erstmals bemerkte, daß der Gruß „Merry Christmas“ durch das fade, neutrale „Season’s Greetings“ und „Happy Holidays“ ersetzt wurde.

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Parteinahme für unsere Seite

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Postmodern Challenges:
Between Faust & Narcissus, Part 3

Jean-Paul Sartre, 1905–1980

2,063 words

Part 3 of 3

Translated by Greg Johnson

The Babbitt with the Sartrean Paradox

In 1945, the tone of ideological debate was set by the victorious ideologies. We could choose American liberalism (the ideology of Mr. Babbitt) or Marxism, an allegedly de-bourgeoisfied version of the metanarrative. Read more …

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Against Nihilism:
Julius Evola’s “Traditionalist” Critique of Modernity

Julius Evola

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With the likes of Oswald Spengler, whose Decline he translated for an Italian readership, and Jose Ortega y Gasset, Julius Evola (1898–1974) stands as one of the notably incisive mid-Twentieth Century critics of modernity. Like Spengler and Ortega, Evola understood himself to owe a formative debt to Friedrich Nietzsche, but more forcefully than Spengler or Ortega, Evola saw the limitations – the contradictions and inconsistencies–in Nietzsche’s thinking.

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Why Conservatives STILL Can’t Win

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Recently I re-read William Pierce’s classic 1971 essay “Why Conservatives Can’t Win.” Like Pierce, if forced to choose between liberals and conservatives, I would side with conservatives. Conservatives have the indispensable political realism necessary for the preservation of any civilization. Liberalism, I will grant, does attract the best brains, blood, and spirit of our race. But though liberal idealism and imagination may adorn the heights of our civilization, they are undermining its foundations.

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Why Conservatives Can’t Win

William Pierce

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Some of my best friends are conservatives. I sincerely like them and I admire them for their genuine virtues: for their sense of propriety and personal integrity in an age of corruption, for their independent spirit and their willingness to stand on their own feet in an increasingly paternalistic society.

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Kevin Trudeau on the DREAM Act and its consequences

Don't be silenced.

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One of the challenges White Nationalists face is a lack of money. Kevin Trudeau is both a master salesman as well as one of the exceedingly few wealthy (>100 million USD) Whites who openly opposes the ruling clique in America.

The message he presents here is valuable and easily digestible. He openly acknowledges the low IQ of illegal aliens and provides an accurate assessment of the impact that passing the DREAM Act would have in America.

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D. H. Lawrence on Fenimore Cooper’s Leatherstocking Novels

Andrew Wyeth, The Last of the Mohicans, 1919

5,821 words

Chapter 5 of Studies in Classic American Literature

In his Leatherstocking books, Fenimore is off on another track. He is no longer concerned with social white Americans that buzz with pins through them, buzz loudly against every mortal thing except the pin itself. The pin of the Great Ideal.

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Amy Biehl:
A White Liberal on the Dark Continent

Amy Biehll, 1967–1993

2,618 words

Translations: French, German

News events and political interpretations of news events rarely coincide exactly. Life is generally messy and complicated, whereas political analysis aims, often legitimately, to simplify life’s complexity into a coherent pattern with a convincing political meaning.

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D. H. Lawrence on Fenimore Cooper’s White Novels

James Fenimore Cooper, 1789–1851

3,806 words

Chapter 4 of Studies in Classic American Literature

Benjamin Franklin had a specious little equation in providential mathematics:

Rum + Savage = 0. Awfully nice! You might add up the universe to nought, if you kept on.

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