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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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Christopher Gérard Interviews Dominique Venner

Giampetrino (school of Leonardo), "Diana the Huntress"

Giampietrino (school of Leonardo), “Diana the Huntress”

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Translated by Giuliano Adriano Malvicini

Translator’s Note:

The following is an interview with Dominique Venner from 2001, originally published on the occasion of the release of his book Dictionnaire amoureux de la chasse. It seems fitting, as a last farewell, to let Dominique Venner himself speak.

Christopher Gérard: Who are you? How do you define yourself? A werewolf, a white falcon?

Dominique Venner: I am a Frenchman of Europe, or a European whose mother tongue is French, of Celtic and Germanic ancestry. Read more …

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Animal Justice?

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During a recent trip to the Pacific Northwest, I followed coverage of an incident in which a grizzly bear killed a bear hunter on the Idaho-Montana border on September 18. Read more …

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Open Season on Poachers

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Animal Poachers Should Be Executed

In 2009 the largest deer killed in North America was killed by a poacher in Ohio. After the killer was caught, he was fined over $1,500 and had a restitution fee of over $23,500 imposed upon him. He also lost his hunting privileges for life. Unfortunately, this incident was not the first for this individual. Read more …

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Sarban’s The Sound of his Horn

Johann Heinrich Fuseli, "Nightmare," 1802

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Sarban was the Persian pseudonym of John William Wall (1910–1989), a relatively obscure British diplomat in the Middle East, who wrote five volumes of Gothic stories, short novels, plays, and the like. These were gathered together in the books Ringstones (1951), The Sound of his Horn (1952), The Doll Maker (1953), The Sacrifice (2002), and Discovery of Heretics (2010). Wall wrote relatively little and was a perfectionist who never expected publication. Our main point of departure will be The Sound of his Horn. Read more …

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