Monthly Archives: September 2010

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Whites—Are We Still Worthy?

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Many racially conscious whites of my personal acquaintance have no hope at all of their race regaining any real influence—much less control—of any aspect of American life: political, legal, religious, social, cultural. Some believe we can never even aspire to a seat at the table of power along with the Negroes, Hispanics, Asians, Indians, feminists, labor unions, corporate plunderers, Jews, Muslims, illegal aliens, socialists, pornographers, “free-traders,” environmentalist fanatics, animal-loving lunatics, Read more …

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The Perennial Gale:
Ken Auletta’s Googled

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Ken Auletta
Googled: The End of the World As We Know It
New York: Penguin Press, 2009

Capitalism is by nature a form or method of economic change and not only never is but never can be stationary. . . . It must be seen in its role in the perennial gale of creative destruction . . . Read more …

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The Street

Howard Phillips Lovecraft, 1890–1937

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There be those who say that things and places have souls, and there be those who say they have not; I dare not say, myself, but I will tell of The Street.

Men of strength and honour fashioned that Street; good, valiant men of our blood who had come from the Blessed Isles across the sea. Read more …

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Machete

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I saw Machete on Friday afternoon. It was gross, it was hilarious, and it communicated an important message: Mexico is a filthy, impoverished, backward, corrupt country inhabited by ugly, treacherous, cruel people. Mexicans are invading the United States, bringing Mexico with them. Mexicans corrupt every American who comes into contact with them, and their power to corrupt is so total that they even corrupt the patriots and politicians who oppose them.

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The Vanguard System

Gerhard von Scharnhorst, 1755–1813

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Frank Martell looks to military history for a model for superior political organization

Late in 1916, Lenin told his tiny group of Bolshevik cadres in Switzerland that it was clear to him that they would never be able to seize power in Russia in his lifetime. Nothing could make clearer the way in which even an experienced revolutionary leader cannot know when his time may come. Some great political changes come about within a few years, but most result from struggles which must be measured in terms of decades. Read more …

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Inception

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I finally went to see Inception. I wish I had gone on its opening night. It is one of the best movies I have ever seen. Inception is one of the most imaginative and brilliantly plotted movies ever, and it is also one of the most thrilling and emotionally powerful. Think Vertigo meets The Matrix—but that only just begins to describe it. You have to see Inception on the big screen. So stop reading now, and go see this movie before it leaves the theaters.

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Jonathan Bowden’s Goodbye, Homunculus!

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Jonathan Bowden
Goodbye, Homunculus!
London: The Spinning Top Club, 2009

This volume consists of four stories of approximately equal length. Their titles are “Goodbye, Homunculus!,” “Iron Breath,” “Armageddon’s Village,” and “Noughts are Crosses.” Each one of them deals with extreme takes on the imagination, and the entire book teeters on the edge of various genres.  Read more …

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Aleister Crowley as Political Theorist, Part 2

Aleister Crowley, 1875–1947

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Part 2 of 2. Read Part 1 here.

The Thelemic State

The form of Thelemic government is vaguely outlined in Liber Legis, suggesting the type of corporatism: “Let it be the state of manyhood bound and loathing: thou has no right but to do what thou will.”[1] Contrary to the anarchistic or nihilistic interpretation often given Thelema’s “do what thou wilt,” Crowley defined the Thelemic state as a free association for the common good. Read more …

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Ship of Fools

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Hieronymous Bosch, "Ship of Fools"

What lessons can be learned from the demands and sayings of James J. Lee, eco-martyr? No race or movement is devoid of crazies, including my own. Shit happens. What can be said, though, is that few movements are more ideologically directed toward the extermination of human life than radical environmentalism. Even the homicidal Luddite Ted Kaczysnki rationalized his decades-long killing spree as being an investment in the greater good of humanity. Read more …

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Why the “Ground Zero” Mosque Controversy is Good for White America

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People on the real right are correct to be skeptical of the phony right. The leaders of the phony right are suffered or promoted by the establishment because they do not threaten it.

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Taking Our Own Side

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Translations: FrenchGerman

This is the title essay of Michael Polignano’s book Taking Our Own Side, available for pre-order here.

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Aleister Crowley as Political Theorist, Part 1

No, it is not Winston Churchill. It is somebody far less evil.

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Part 1 of 2. Read Part 2 here.

Aleister Crowley (1875–1947), who styled himself the “Great Beast 666,” is an enduring presence both in the occult subculture and contemporary popular culture. He is hailed by some as a philosopher, magician, and prophet. He is condemned by others as a depraved egomaniac. But, for the most part, he is merely consumed for his shock value and diverting eccentricities.

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Humanflood

Pentti Linkola

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Translated by Harri Heinonen and Michael Moynihan

Introduction by Michael Moynihan:

Is Pentti Linkola posing the most dangerous thoughts mankind has ever considered? Or is he this planet’s only remaining voice of sanity? Living an ascetic existence as a fisherman in a remote rural region of his frigid homeland, the Finnish philosopher has pondered mankind’s position vis-à-vis the earth it inhabits and dares to utter the unspeakable. Read more …

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Miscegenation: The Morality of Death

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Editor’s Note: sheaf

The following unsigned essay appeared in National Vanguard magazine, no. 117 (March–April 1997), 9–12. The pictures have been added. If you know who wrote this article, please let us know.

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Murnau’s Nosferatu

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Czech translation here

A POLYP DEVOURS ITS FEED: Paracelsus Unzipped

An analysis of F. W. Murnau’s film Nosferatu

F. W. Murnau’s 1922 movie Nosferatu, starring Max Schreck, begins with bourgeois sentimentality or its tableau. Yet this comfortable familiarity can be vitiated by intrusion, even obtrusion. Darkness occurs amid light; there is a hint of delirium, as well as madness and despair.  Read more …

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