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A Family of Valor:
The Genealogy of George Lincoln Rockwell

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This essay is part of the George Lincoln Rockwell Centennial series.

George Lincoln Rockwell was assassinated on August 25, 1967 in the parking lot of a northern Virginia laundromat by a former follower named John Patsalos. In many ways, Rockwell’s death was an ironic end to a valorous life. Read more …

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The Eternal Crusade

A fellow officer lays flowers for police officer Keith Palmer, who was killed in Wednesday’s terrorist attack.

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These once-green fields now soaked in blood,
the blood of those here born;
their cries were heard by few in number,
though millions in their heart.
Now comes the time to raise our steel,
the sunbeams of their blades,
to go beyond our homely shores,
forever more,
forever more. Read more …

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Taking a Page from the Opposition’s Playbook:
The Identitarian Food Drive in Budapest

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On Saturday, March 11, I had the pleasure of joining the members of Identitás Generáció (Generation Identity), one of the two Hungarian chapters of the Europe-wide identitarian movement (the other being Identitesz), in their first-ever distribution of food to the homeless in Budapest Read more …

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Plato, Hitler, & Totalitarianism

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Today, Western liberals are ambivalent about Plato. On the one hand, liberals claim they are the heirs of Greco-Roman civilization and philosophy Read more …

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For London: Not a Prayer, Unless . . .

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The waters soon close dark and velvet-heavy
around a stone big enough to smash a skull,
the ripples torpid as in mud or gravy.
What will it take to clarify these dull,
foetid waters, for our men to reject
The notion that wild animals are as tame
as they; our feral women a foul object
one shudders to give credence to, or name.
Read more …

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An Open Letter to the Race Relations Commissioner of New Zealand

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Dame Susan Devoy
Race Relations Commissioner

23 March 2017

Dear Dame Susan,

I am perplexed by the issues you raise in recently reported statements in the news media in regard to the formation of Western Guard. Read more …

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Social Credit & Association

C. H. Douglas, the British Social Credit pioneer.

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There is drawn no boundary,
No hard, wretched earth-clod bars our way,
And we sail across the sea,
And we wander countries far away.

–“Human Pride,” Karl Marx

When President Trump issued an executive order temporarily banning immigrants from seven countries, he quickly found out that the ability to associate with people of one’s choice was not so easy – even for the denizens of a superpower. His order was quickly challenged in court and worldwide demonstrations demanded the right of entry to America for all, even if the Americans don’t want to associate with particular people. Read more …

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What Would the Dulles Brothers Do?

Allen Welsh Dulles & John Foster Dulles

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After decades of blessed obscurity, the Dulles brothers have splashed back into the news of late. There are big books, little books, forthcoming books: all leading to a flurry of newspaper and online articles (notably Alex Beam’s March 8 essay in The Wall Street Journal). 

The two major volumes that have led the way are The Brothers: John Foster Dulles, Allen Dulles, and Their Secret World (2013) by onetime New York Times reporter Stephen Kinzer; and The Devil’s Chessboard: Allen Dulles, the CIA, and the Rise of America’s Secret Government (2015) by David Talbot Read more …

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On the Necessity of Christianity:
A Response to Vox Day

Joseph-Nicolas Robert-Fleury, Galileo before the Holy Office

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It’s not often we find Vox Day making a mistake. In his recent post entitled “Mailvox: The Necessity of Christianity,” I believe Vox makes not one but two when he says that the ancient Greeks did not develop science, and that “any efforts to make America and Europe great are doomed unless they are centered around Christianity.” Read more …

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The Buddha as Spiritual Lawgiver

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Sayings of the Buddha
Rupert Gethin, translator
Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008

Anyone who wishes to promote certain values is faced with the challenge of how to maintain those values over time: throughout one’s life, from one generation to the next, and across the centuries. A people’s adherence to values is likely to wane over time, overcome by lower drives, such as the desires for material comfort and personal self-indulgence. Read more …

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