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Die Erweiterung des Patriotismus

Patrick MacDowell, "Europe," Albert Memorial, Kensington Gardens

Patrick MacDowell, “Europe,” Albert Memorial, Kensington Gardens

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Wir wurden entzweit, und wir wurden besiegt. Das ist die tragische Grabinschrift zweier Kriegsgenerationen. Diese Worte allein sollten das Grab der Jugend Europas zieren. Read more …

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Noen tanker omkring Hitler

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“Hitler” som multikulturalist-propaganda

Argumentet som fremmes av enkelte rasebevisste nasjonalister, om at ethvert forsvar for Adolf Hitler, i lys av den fiendtlighet og sågar vemmelse som navnet hans nå vekker, risikerer å fremmedgjøre alminnelige hvite folk er ved første øyekast plausibelt og fortjener å bli tatt på alvor. Read more …

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The Rising:
The Revolutionary Lessons of Michael Collins

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Michael Collins is a must see for any revolutionary, especially those who feel all hope is lost. The film begins with defeat for the revolutionaries, and the survivors hiding like rats in underground tunnels. By the end, they are dictating policy in councils of state. For a White Nationalist, the rise of the eponymous hero is consistently inspiring.

But there is also the fall. Michael Collins shows the pretty rivalries, greed, and political miscalculations that can destroy any movement from within. Read more …

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Greg Johnson, Matt Parrott, & Michael Polignano 
Round Table on Bitcoin

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The Dictates of Survival

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George Bellows, “Stag at Sharkey’s,” 1909

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To oppose the extermination of the white race is not, objectively speaking, an outlandish position. It is quite conservative, even consistent with the tenets of mainstream conservation biology.

More importantly, it is moral. Read more …

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Good Friday Special
On Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ

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There has been a recent upsurge in Google traffic on the following articles, to which I wish to draw your attention:

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Riccardo Zandonai’s Francesca da Rimini

Ary Scheffer, "Francesca da Rimini," 1854

Ary Scheffer, “Francesca da Rimini,” 1854

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In 1902, Gabriele D’Annunzio published Francesca da Rimini, a tragedy based on Boccaccio’s elaboration of an episode in Dante’s Inferno.

Francesca was the Daughter of Guido I da Polenta, lord of Ravenna. Read more …

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Remembering Ernst Jünger:
March 29, 1895–February 17, 1998

Arno Breker’s portrait of Ernst Jünger

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Ernst Jünger was born on this day in 1895.

In commemoration, we wish to draw your attention to the following works published on this site.

First, there are two pieces by Jünger himself:

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The Hollow Empire
Olympus Has Fallen

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“He admires England because she is strong, but does not love her because she is English,” said G. K. Chesterton of Rudyard Kipling. The love of the nation (and the racial roots of any real nation) does not come from rational calculation, but from the mystical impulses behind love, the same kind of love most people feel for their parents or children. Chesterton contended that empire requires rationalization and justification – you can admire an empire, but never really love it.

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A Little Death:
Hegelian Reflections on Body Piercing & Tattoos

Antonio Canova's "Amor and Psyche," 1793

Antonio Canova’s “Amor and Psyche,” 1793, Louvre

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It is safe to say that urban youth culture in the contemporary West is pretty much saturated with hedonism. Yet in the midst of all this hedonism, tattooing and body piercing are huge industries, and they hurt.

It is, moreover, shared pain, broadcast to and imposed upon all who see it. It is natural for human beings to feel sympathy for people in pain, or who show visible signs of having suffered pain. Perhaps this is a sign of morbid oversensitivity, but I believe I am not the only person who feels sympathy pains when I see tattoos and piercings, especially extensive ones. Read more …

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