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Promised Land

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Rousseau’s brave savages
had circled her covered wagon,
leaving vestiges
of life that could have been:

dreams of a promised land,
a son and rag-doll daughter,
a scalped Scottish husband,
and not a drop of water.

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Peaceful, Pastoral, Philosophical:
The American Indian as Naked Naturalist

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Quick Quiz: When the North American Indian killed a buffalo he used every part of the animal.

True or False?  Read more …

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Columbus Day Special
Life Styles: Native & Imposed

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For decades now, African American leaders have been calling for a formal United States apology for the American role in the slave trade, with some even demanding reparations. Indian tribes proclaim their tax-exempt status as something they are owed for a legacy of persecution by the United States. Mexican Americans in the southwest United States seek to incorporate this region, including California, into Mexico, or even to set up an independent nation, Aztlan, that will recreate the glories of the Aztec empire, destroyed centuries ago by the imperialistic Spaniards.  Read more …

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Race in the Early Films of D. W. Griffith

D. W. Grifith, January 22, 1875–July 23, 1948

D. W. Griffith, January 22, 1875–July 23, 1948

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Silent film pioneer David Wark Griffith, a native Kentuckian of Anglo-Welsh descent called by Jewish film historian Ephraim Katz “The single most important figure in the history of American film, and one of the most influential in the development of world cinema as an art,” has long been lionized in racialist circles as pro-white because of his classic The Birth of a Nation (1915). Left-wing critics, in turn, project a lurid image of the director as a sort of satanic “racist.”

I watched a number of Griffith films, including several of his early shorts, to gauge for myself how well the ideological consensus accords with fact. Read more …

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A Fate Worse Than Death

Catherine German

Catherine German

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The little bottle lay on the sand. Nearby, waves lapped softly against the beach. How long the bottle had been laying there no one knows. Whether it was the tide or a storm that placed it, we do not know that either. This much we do know: At some point, someone walking along the sand spotted the bottle and instead of breaking it or hurling it back out to sea, they stooped to pick it up. We also know that when the finder uncorked the bottle he discovered that a note was folded inside. Read more …

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Columbus Day Special
Life Styles: Native & Imposed

2,856 words

For decades now, African American leaders have been calling for a formal United States apology for the American role in the slave trade, with some even demanding reparations. Indian tribes proclaim their tax-exempt status as something they are owed for a legacy of persecution by the United States. Read more …

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Podcast no. 20 
Interview with Charles Upton, Part 2

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Greg Johnson and Michael Polignano conclude their interview with Traditionalist author Charles Upton on his most recent book, Vectors of the Counter-Initiation: The Course and Destiny of Inverted Spirituality Read more …

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Brave No More

Charles Bird King, "Young Omahaw, War Eagle, Little Missouri, and Pawnees," 1821, Smithsonian

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I can’t think of too many English words more positive than “brave.”

The word brave conjures up a man who is bold and heroic. The brave man is no self-indulgent daredevil. He’s not pushy, cocky, or foolhardy. Read more …

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Ethnic Hegemonies in American History, Part 1

Grant Wood, "Parson Weems' Fable," 1939

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Part 1 of 3

Political Philosophy and Human Genetic Diversity

Western political philosophy tends toward moral and political universalism: the idea that norms are valid for all human beings. Read more …

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Race Hustle: The Crying Indian

Iron Eyes Cody Sheds Glycerin Tear

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The White Man as Environmental Malefactor

Older Americans will recall a famous TV commercial known as “The Crying Indian.” The 60-second spot debuted on Earth Day 1971, but ran from 1971–1983. Read more …

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