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Islamism is Less Dangerous than Islam

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IslamismTranslated by Greg Johnson

The opinion proposed here differs from the conventional wisdom of the dominant ideology that sees the world in the short term and through the wrong end of the telescope. Read more …

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On Islam & Zionism

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Editor’s Note:

The following text is a transcript by V. S. of part of Jonathan Bowden’s interview at the Union Jack Club in London on Saturday, November 21, 2009, after his famous lecture/performance on Punch and Judy. The title is editorial.   

Question: Liberals are very afraid of Islam, militant Islam.  Read more …

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Dugin contra el Racismo

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Traducción por A. Garrido.

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Dugin on the Subject of Politics

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A agent of chaos: Alexander Dugin with the chaos star, symbol of Eurasianism[1]

An agent of chaos: Alexander Dugin with the chaos star, symbol of Eurasianism[1]

Dugin’s Social Constructionism

The claim that there is no biological basis for the concept of race, or that it is not useful in explaining contemporary reality, is of course patently false. But Dugin follows postmodern thinkers like Foucault and Althusser in arguing that not only race, but all political subjects are constructs.  Read more …

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Dugin Contra Racism

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Most White Nationalists are aware at this point that Alexander Dugin is not one of us. Dugin has stated that he views race as a social construct. Read more …

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The Battle of Otranto

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Today in 1480 during the Battle of Otranto, Ottoman troops behead 800 Christians for refusing to convert to Islam; they were later honored in the Church.

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La haine née sur le Sinaï :
Moïse l’Egyptien, par Jan Assmann

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Jan Assmann
Moses the Egyptian: The Memory of Egypt in Western Monotheism
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1997

[Tr. fr.: Jan Assmann, Moïse l’Egyptien, Paris, Flammarion, coll. Champs, 2003.]

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El odio nacido en el Sinaí:
Moisés el Egipcio de Jan Assmann

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Jan Assmann
Moises el Egipcio
Translated by Javier Alonso López
Madrid: Oberon, 2003

Cuando leí por primera vez Moisés el Egipcio de Jan Assmann en Junio de 1997, fue una experiencia que cambió mi vida. Read more …

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The Hatred Born on Sinai:
Jan Assmann’s Moses the Egyptian

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Jan Assmann
Moses the Egyptian: The Memory of Egypt in Western Monotheism
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1997

When I first read Jan Assmann’s Moses the Egyptian in June of 1997, it was a life-changing experience. Moses the Egyptian belongs to the rarest genre of academic books: the bold and exciting ones.  Read more …

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“I get my kicks above the waistline, Sunshine” 
Michel Houellebecq’s Sexual Anti-Utopia

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ElementaryParticlesMichel Houellebecq
The Elementary Particles
Translated from the French by Frank Wynne
New York: Knopf, 2000

“I get my kicks above the waistline, Sunshine.”[1]

“The universe is nothing but a furtive arrangement of elementary particles. . . . And human actions are as free and as stripped of meaning as the unfettered movements of the elementary particles.” — Michel Houellebecq, Read more …

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