Monthly Archives: January 2016

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The Zombie State

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Translated by Guillaume Durocher; Greek translation here

Translator’s Note:

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From Ásotthalom to Custodela
European Solidarity in Hungary

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László Toroczkai

László Toroczkai

On the 19th and 20th of December, 2015, I attended a nationalist gathering in Ásotthalom, a small Hungarian town on the Serbian border and a crisis point in the Middle Eastern/African invasion. I first heard about the gathering from the mayor of Ásotthalom himself, László Toroczkai, as I stood among tens of thousands at the conclusion of the Warsaw 2015 Independence Day march on November 11th. Read more …

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How I Became a Socialist

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It is quite fair to say that I became a Socialist in a fashion somewhat similar to the way in which the Teutonic pagans became Christians — it was hammered into me. Not only was I not looking for Socialism at the time of my conversion, but I was fighting it. I was very young and callow, did not know much of anything, and though I had never even heard of a school called “Individualism,” I sang the paean of the strong with all my heart.

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Expertos & Vendedores

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De acuerdo al libro de Malcom Gladwell The Tipping Point (discutido aquí y aquí), los Conectores –la gente con amigos y conocidos en una variedad de mundos sociales – son cruciales en lograr viralizar la información. ¿Pero de dónde sacan esta información?  Read more …

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Cuadernos Negros de Heidegger:
Los Diarios de un Nacional Socialista Disidente

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En diciembre de 2013, la prensa francesa y alemana empezó a reportar que los Cuadernos Negros (Schwartze Hefte) de Heidegger, por aparecer como los volúmenes 94 a 96 de su Gesamtausgabe (Edición Completa), contiene pasajes que constituyen un “sangrante cuchillo” antisemita (o tan sólo un cuchillo de cocina).

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Recordando a Martin Heidegger:
26 de septiembre de 1889–26 de mayo de 1976

Martin Heidegger

Martin Heidegger

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Martin Heidegger es uno de los gigantes de la filosofía del siglo veinte, tanto en términos de profundidad y originalidad de sus ideas, y en el aliento de su influencia en la filosofía, teología, ciencias humanas, y la cultura en general.

Heidegger nació el 26 de septiembre de 1889, en la ciudad de Meßkirch en el distrito de Sigmarignen en Baden-Württemberg, Alemania. Murió el 26 de mayo de 1976 en Friburgo y fue enterrado en Meßkirch.  Read more …

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El Fin de la Globalización

Graphic by Harold Arthur McNeill

Gráfico por Harold Arthur McNeill

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El mercado es una institución inherentemente global. El mercado es no-racista, no-nacionalista, y no-religioso, puesto que las decisiones son tomadas meramente en términos monetarios, la raza, la nacionalidad, y la religión de los compradores y vendedores simplemente no importa. A menudo, son completamente desconocidos.

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Το τέλος της Παγκοσμιοποίησης

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Μετάφραση/απόδοση για το Ιδεάπολις, του Ανδρέα Βαβάτση; English original here

Η αγορά είναι ένας, εκ φύσεως, παγκόσμιος θεσμός. Είναι μη ρατσιστική, μη εθνικιστική και άθρησκη. Όσο οι αποφάσεις λαμβάνονται μόνο με βάση χρηματικούς όρους, η φυλή, η εθνικότητα και η θρησκεία των καταναλωτών και των πωλητών δεν έχουν καμία σημασία. Συχνά, είναι παντελώς άγνωστες.  Read more …

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Introducing the Alt Left

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Several months ago I noticed a guy following me on Twitter with the username, “A Clockwork Green.” In his bio, he identified as “AltLeft, racially aware white.” He deactivated his account, and I have no idea what ever happened to him. Shortly before he disappeared though, he had expressed his distaste for a lot of the rhetoric of the AltRight and seemed somewhat disillusioned. I began to wonder how many others there were like him. How many white progressives have begun to reject the politically correct narrative and secretly venture into thought crime circles on the web? Read more …

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Capitalism, Socialism, & Dysgenics

Evgenii Vuchetich, We Shall Beat Our Swords Into Plowshares, 1957

Evgenii Vuchetich, We Shall Beat Our Swords Into Plowshares, 1957

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Editor’s Note:

The following text is Jack London’s essay “Wanted: A New Law of Development,” from his book The War of the Classes (1905). The subject of this essay is eugenics and dysgenics, although London does not use those words. So one can better follow his argument, I have edited out passages where he adduces example after example from the news of the day. 

Evolution is no longer a mere tentative hypothesis. Read more …

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Bowie’s Blackstar

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David Bowie
Blackstar
Columbia, 2016

Blackstar will inevitably serve as Bowie’s last will and testament whether he meant it to or not. Certainly the writing of much of the material would have preceded his awareness of his terminal illness and his confrontation with imminent death. Read more …

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Roy M. Griffis’ By the Hands of Men

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Roy M. Griffis
By the Hands of Men, Book One: The Old World
CreateSpace, 2013

Roy M. Griffis
By the Hands of Men, Book Two: Into the Flames
CreateSpace, 2015

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Remembering Yukio Mishima:
January 14, 1925–November 25, 1970

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Spanish translation here

Yukio Mishima was one of the giants of 20th-century Japanese literature. Read more …

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Egalité Potemkine

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En 1787, le comte russe Grigori Aleksandrovitch Potemkine organisa une tournée pour Catherine la Grande dans les territoires récemment annexés en Crimée. Partout où alla Catherine, elle vit des villages remplis de paysans joyeux et prospères et conclut que tout allait bien. Read more …

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Tapiola:
Sibelius et le Dieu des Bois

Jean Sibelius, 1865–1957

Jean Sibelius, 1865–1957

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Tapiola est la dernière œuvre majeure composée par Jean Sibelius. Elle fut  commandée par le chef d’orchestre de New York, Walter Damrosch, au début de 1926, et fut jouée pour la première fois le lendemain de Noël de la même année. Damrosch avait demandé un poème symphonique, le choix du sujet étant laissé au compositeur. Pour trouver l’inspiration, Sibelius se tourna, comme il le fit si souvent,  vers le Kalevala, le recueil de folklore finnois qui transparaît si souvent dans son œuvre.  Read more …

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Drop Your Ego & Do What is Necessary

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RapistsWelcomeI intended to write about the recent shooting in Philadelphia, but my train of thought took me to an unexpected destination. The specifics of this shooting were especially important to me because the shooter, who was a Black Muslim, openly admitted to shooting a white man, a police officer who was just sitting in his car at the time of the incident. Read more …

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Freemasons, Jews, & Romanian Nationhood

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Neagu Djuvara
A Brief Illustrated History of Romanians
Bucharest: Humanitas, 2014

I recently came across a very pleasant read in the form of Neagu Djuvara’s A Brief Illustrated History of Romanians.[1] The book is in fact a series of transcribed lectures meant to introduce young Romanians (or, in translation, the curious foreigner) to the broad sweep of Romanian history. Read more …

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It’s Not Always Good to be King:
The Folk Horror of Philip Loraine’s Day of the Arrow

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Day of the Arrow (1964)
By “Philip Loraine” [Robin Estridge]
UK: Collins, 1964; US: Morrow, 1964
US reissue: Valancourt, 2015

Eye of the Devil (1966); aka 13
Directed by J. Lee Thompson and others
Screenplay by Robin Estridge
Starring David Niven, Deborah Kerr, Donald Pleasance, David Hemmings, Edward Mulhare, and “introducing” Sharon Tate.  Read more …

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2015: Das Jahr für den Weißen Nationalismus  

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Übersetzung: Frank Miller, English original here

2015 war ein sehr gutes Jahr für den Weißen Nationalismus, den Ethnonationalismus sowie verbündete Bewegungen und ich habe jeglichen Grund für die Hoffnung, daß es 2016 sogar noch besser werden wird.  Read more …

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Til forsvar for fordomme

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En ven fortalte mig, for år tilbage, en lignelse om en art hominider der ikke overlevede til at arve Jorden. Disse hominder betragtede hvert evig eneste væsen og tilfælde som aldeles enestående. Når en tiger sprang ud af mørket, og slog klørene i en af dem, førte dette ikke til nogen generaliseringer angående tigre som gruppe. Når en ny tiger begyndte at luske rundt i skyggerne omkring lejrbålet, blev den således ikke vurderet på baggrund af den anden tigers adfærd. Read more …

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David Bowie, 1947–2016
Loving the Alien

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It is hard to say exactly how David Bowie will be remembered, as he was defined by his ability to constantly reinvent himself, both musically and visually.  Read more …

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1944

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1944 is the masterpiece of the small Estonian film industry and will most likely remain so for many years to come. Released in February 2015, it is a story of Estonian men who fought in the battles of World War II that became crucial for their country. Based on the authentic accounts of veterans and filmed with the help of military experts, 1944 can be a good starting point for non-Estonians who want to learn more about the history of Estonia — and perhaps all Baltic countries. Read more …

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Remembering Jack London:
January 12, 1876–November 22, 1916

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Jack London was born John Griffith Chaney in San Francisco on January 12, 1876. An adventurer and Jack of all trades in his youth, London achieved fame and fortune as a fiction writer and journalist. But he never forgot his working class roots and remained a life-long advocate of workers’ rights, unionism, and revolutionary socialism. (See his essay “What Life Means to Me.”) Read more …

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The King Holiday & Its Meaning

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On August 2, 1983, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill creating a legal public holiday in honor of the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. Although there had been little discussion of the bill in the House itself and little awareness among the American public that Congress was even considering such a bill, it was immediately clear that the U.S. Senate would take up the legislation soon after the Labor Day recess. Read more …

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Unnatural Order:
The Corporation as Parallel State & Culture

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Most of us are familiar with the anti-white policies of the corporate world. From affirmative action and diversity promotions to termination for thought crimes and anti-white advertisements, big business happily accepts the dictates of the Jewish narrative in all its guises.  Read more …

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Sunday Morning

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We stand and watch, faith almost wavering,
hunger looking out of childish eyes,
daddy so tall, holding the frightened thing,
head on the block just as the hatchet flies,
falling . . . fallen by the empty pen,
taking the longest count, as red wings rise,
free at last, and we are saved again.

 

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Reflections on My Life as a Eugenicist, Part 4

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Richard Lynn

Richard Lynn

Part 4 of 4

Richard Lynn   

I have no recollection of when I first got in touch with Richard Lynn except to say that it was a very long time ago. I remember mailing him various papers and clippings that I thought might be helpful to him at least as early as 1980. I’ve always felt it was my “civic duty” to help Richard in any way I can, because he was, and is, the world’s foremost eugenicist.  Read more …

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Islamisme, violence, et théocratie mondiale

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Roxanne L. Euben and Muhammad Qasim Zaman, eds.
Princeton Readings in Islamist Thought: Texts and Contexts from al-Banna to Bin Laden
Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2009

Parmi les gens préoccupés d’une manière ou d’une autre par l’islam, il y a une tendance à recourir à divers enseignements et citations coraniques choisis intentionnellement pour démontrer que l’islam est « bon » ou « mauvais ». Read more …

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Jewish Hypocrisy:
An Idle Speculation

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A hypocrite is someone who professes specific moral convictions, while violating his professions by his actual behavior. A hypocrite resembles, as Charles Dickens tells us, “a direction-post, which is always telling the way to a place, and never goes there.”

A preacher who condemns prostitution but patronizes prostitutes is a hypocrite, as is a bank president who embezzles from his bank but rages against bank robbers. Read more …

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Remembering Anthony M. Ludovici:
January 8, 1882–April 3, 1971

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Anthony Mario Ludovici was born on January 8, 1882.

Ludovici was one of the first and most accomplished translators of Nietzsche into English and a leading exponent of Nietzsche’s thought. Ludovici was also an original philosopher in his own right. In nearly forty books, including eight novels, and hundreds of shorter works, Ludovici set forth his views on metaphysics, religion, ethics, politics, Read more …

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