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The Communist Cell at Cambridge University, Part 2

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Guy Burgess

Guy Burgess

Edited by Alex Kurtagić 

Part 2 of 2

Editor’s Note: 

The following is an excerpt from Jonathan Bowden’s Vermin.  Read more …

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The Communist Cell at Cambridge University, Part 1

Spy Kim Philby honored on Soviet postage stamp

Spy Kim Philby honored on Soviet postage stamp

3,017 words

Edited by Alex Kurtagić 

Part 1 of 2

Editor’s Note: 

The following is an excerpt from Jonathan Bowden’s Vermin. The book was written sometime between 1990 and 1991. The text has only been lightly edited for punctuation, spelling, and capitalization.

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Os Teóricos do Ocidentismo

Aleksandr Zinoviev

1,594 words

English original here

Quando ele chegou na Alemanha em 1978, Aleksandr Zinoviev havia trabalhado por anos nos campos da lógica e da metodologia científica aplicadas a sistemas sociais. Sua pesquisa e experiência pessoais no mundo soviético lhe permitiram publicar muitas obras dedicadas a seu país e ao sistema comunista. Read more …

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The Theorists of Occidentism

Aleksandr Zinoviev

1,740 words

Translated by M. P.

Portuguese translation here

When he arrived in Germany in 1978, Aleksandr Zinoviev had worked for years in the fields of logic and scientific methodology applied to social systems (models). Read more …

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Stalin’s Willing Executioners:
Jews as a Hostile Elite in the USSR

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A persistent theme among critics of Jews—particularly those on the pre-World War II right—has been that the Bolshevik revolution was a Jewish revolution and that the Soviet Union was dominated by Jews. This theme appears in a wide range of writings, from Henry Ford’s The International Jew, to published statements by a long list of British, French, and American political figures in the 1920s Read more …

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Naftaly Aronovich Frenkel
Architect of the Gulag System

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for Robert Conquest

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Each day Naftaly greets a prison train.
Two days ago: spies and reactionaries,
yesterday: kulaks from Ukraine,
this morning: counter-revolutionaries.

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Tikkun Olam

120 words

Tikkun Olam*

(Ekaterinburg, Russia, 17 July 1918)

His mouth agape, as though still asking questions,
the Tsar lies at the end of his long reign.
(Blue lips almost struggle to explain,
caught in the halfway realm of last expressions.) Read more …

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Eté 1942, hiver 2010 : un échange

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English original here

Durant l’été 1942 – alors que les Allemands étaient au sommet de leur puissance, totalement inconscients de l’approche de la tempête de feu qui allait transformer leur pays natal en enfer – le philosophe Martin Heidegger écrivit (pour un cours prévu à Freiberg) les lignes suivantes, que je prends dans la traduction anglaise connue sous le titre de Hölderlin’s Hymn “The Ister”: [1] Read more …

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Two Reflections

Lorenzo de Medici, by Michelangelo

1,239 words

Edited by Kerry Bolton

Editor’s Preface:

The first of these reflections was written in June of 1950. It shows that Yockey had already adopted a “neutralist” position for Europe vis-à-vis America and Russia during the “Cold War.” Read more …

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Summer 1942, Winter 2010: An Exchange

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French translation here

In the Summer of 1942 — while the Germans were at the peak of their powers, totally unaware of the approaching fire storm that would turn their native land into an inferno — the philosopher Martin Heidegger wrote (for a forth-coming lecture course at Freiberg) the following lines, which I take from the English translation known as Hölderlin’s Hymn “The Ister”:[1] Read more …

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