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Robert Stark Interviews Greg Johnson on Eco-Fascism

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treesThe following text is the transcript by V. S. of a conversation with Robert Stark first published at the Voice of Reason network on April 2, 2012 but no longer online there. To listen in a player, click here. To download the mp3, right-click here and choose “save target as.” To subscribe to our podcasts, click here Read more …

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To Cut Up a Mockingbird:
Harper Lee’s Go Set a Watchman

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Harper Lee
Go Set a Watchman: A Novel
Nashville: Thomas Nelson, 2015

“I almost don’t care what the critics say as long as I can write another one.”[1]

Mockingbird is a classic, but you’ve probably read it before, and it’s no more relevant to your future legal career than 12 Angry Men is to picking a jury. Read more …

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Por qué la raza no es una “Construcción Social”

Leonardo da Vinci,Study of a skull, between 1510 and 1511

Leonardo da Vinci, Estudio de un Cráneo, entre 1510 y 1511

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Traducción por A. Garrido. Enlace original aquí

El realismo racial es uno de los fundamentos intelectuales del Nacionalismo Blanco. El realismo racial es la tesis de que las diferencias raciales son hechos objetivos de la naturaleza, que pre-existen a la conciencia humana, a la sociedad humana, e incluso a la raza humana misma – ya que hubo diferentes especies y subespecies antes de que la humanidad emergiese. Read more …

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Why Race is Not a “Social Construct”

Leonardo da Vinci,Study of a skull, between 1510 and 1511

Leonardo da Vinci, Study of a skull, between 1510 and 1511

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Spanish translation here

Race realism is one of the intellectual foundations of White Nationalism. Race realism is the thesis that racial differences are objective facts of nature, which pre-exist human consciousness, human society, and even the human race itself—since there were different species and subspecies before mankind emerged. Read more …

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Analyzing the Effectiveness of Politically Motivated Mass Murder in the US

Iconic street sign posted around South Armagh at the time of the 1993 Sniper Campaign

Iconic street sign posted around South Armagh at the time of the 1993 Sniper Campaign

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I see no use for violence in our movement. I am not a pacifist, nor do I believe that the current ruling class does not deserve it. But a brief comparison of the use of violence for political purposes throughout the last 100 years should make it clear why this is not the right choice for us, and such acts and their perpetrators should be expressly condemned. Since potential mass killers are probably not swayed by moral considerations, my argument against such violence is purely pragmatic.

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Atticus in Bizarro World:
Harper Lee’s Go Set a Watchman

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Harper Lee
Go Set a Watchman: A Novel
Nashville: Thomas Nelson, 2015

As nearly everyone knows by now, Atticus Finch, that steadfast attorney from Maycomb, Alabama, led the local Citizens’ Council in the 1950s. When agitators from the NAACP and Communist Party came south to stir up trouble after the Supreme Court’s 1954 Brown decision, he fought the good fight for segregation. Read more …

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Albion’s Hidden Numina
The Falling

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TheFallingWatching Carol Morley’s new film, The Falling, I found myself wondering, slightly obsessively, exactly which year it was set in. I settled on 1970 because the visual cues in the home of the main character, Lydia, suggested that strange point in time where hallucinatory sixties psychedelia ossified into lurid home furnishings. Subsequent googling revealed that it was set in 1969. Read more …

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Mussolini & Racism, Part 4
Racism & Other “Horrors”

Tullio Crali. prima che si apra il paracadute, 1939. Casa Cavazzini, Galleria d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea di Udine.

Tullio Crali, Before the Parachute Opens, 1939.

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I will take a recent episode of a personal nature as a starting point for the clarification of certain ideas. This clarification might be useful to those who, within the Right, are not only concerned with problems related to the more contingent forms of political struggle. The episode is the following. In Rome, an organisation of the MSI [Movimento Sociale Italiano][1] was planning to dedicate a conference to the ideas that I defend. Read more …

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“The Betrayed” and Other Poems

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The Betrayed

England asked us and we answered. Without
A second thought. We had no fear, no doubt,
No worries; we were English, we would go,
We’d fight for her—for glory, not for show—
And for love of our own people, our stout
And sturdy race. Our folk is worth about  Read more …

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Robert Stark Interviews Greg Johnson on Populism, Elitism, & Economics

Frans Francken the Younger (Antwerp 1581 - 1642), "Death and the Miser"

Frans Francken the Younger (Antwerp 1581-1642), Death and the Miser

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The following text is the transcript by V. S. of a May 2013 conversation with Robert Stark. To listen in a player, click here. To download the mp3, right-click here and choose “save target as.” To subscribe to our podcasts, click here..

Robert Stark: Hello, everyone! This is The Stark Truth with Robert Stark. I’m joined here with Greg Johnson. Hey, Greg! It’s nice having you on.  Read more …

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