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Pulp Fascism

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Editor’s Note: 

The following text is a transcription by V. S. of a lecture entitled “Léon Degrelle and the Real Tintin,” delivered at the 21st meeting of the New Right, London, June 13, 2009. The lecture can be viewed on YouTube here. (Please post any corrections as comments below.)

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More Aryan than Human:
The Return of Repressed White Wisdom in Rob Zombie’s Firefly Family Films

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“Our bodies come and go, but this blood stays forever” — Otis B. Driftwood

I am not a great fan of the horror film, at least in its current, Judaicly inspired “torture porn” incarnation. I did occasionally enjoy exposure to the “horror core” or “psycho-billy” music that started showing up here and there in New York in the early 90s. Read more …

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Dualism & the Cycles of Time

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French translation here

The moral dogma that has infected European Civilization since its beginning is a Judaic DUALISM inherited from Zoroastrianism and brought in by Christianity. Dualism states that there is a battle being fought in both the spiritual and earthly realms (and even within every individual) between two opposites, “good and evil.” Not only has this Dualism subverted our culture, it has turned the individual into a split personality: this is the result of repressing what is considered “evil” about one’s nature by moral and religious dogmas.  Read more …

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Le dualisme et les cycles du temps

Edward Burne-Jones, "The Wheel of Fortune"

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English original here

« La manière générale imprécise d’observer voit partout dans la nature des opposés là où il y a non des opposés, mais des différences de degré. Cette mauvaise habitude nous a conduits à vouloir comprendre et analyser le monde intérieur, aussi, le monde moral-spirituel, en ces  termes d’opposition. Une quantité indicible de souffrance, d’arrogance, de dureté, de séparation, de frigidité, est entrée dans les sentiments humains parce que nous croyons voir des opposés au lieu de transitions. » – Nietzsche Read more …

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