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The Oh-So-Familiar Conflict of 1492

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Salvador Dalí, The Discovery of America by Christopher Columbus, 1959

James Reston, Jr.
Dogs of God: Columbus, the Inquisition, and the Defeat of the Moors
New York: Anchor Books, 2006

When reading James Reston, Jr.’s highly entertaining book about the final Spanish push against the Moors, one is struck by just how remarkably similar that conflict was to the oh-so-familiar violent divides of today. The Spanish Reconquista story parallels the smoldering West vs. Islam conflict that is the Global War on Terror as well as the sharp ethno-domestic conflicts in the United States. Read more …

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Greg Johnson Interviewed
on Beyond the Wall

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Last week I was interviewed on Beyond the Wall, a podcast of White Nationalists from Latin America. We discuss white identity and White Nationalism in the Latin American context. You can listen here. I want to thank Beto, Cavernario, and Tercio for this opportunity.  Read more …

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Madison Grant’s The Conquest of a Continent

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In honor of Banned Books Week, we are pleased to publish James Dunphy’s article on Madison Grant’s The Conquest of a Continent, a book targeted by the Anti-Defamation League to be stifled, lest it give white Americans “nativist” ideas.  

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Lawrence Dennis: 1893–1977

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December 25, Christmas Day, is also the birthday of one of the most exotic and courageous thinkers ever to stride across the American political stage: Lawrence Dennis.

Now, there are three basic facts everyone learns about Mr. Dennis at the outset.

One: he was a leading Right-wing economic and political theorist of the 1930s and ’40s—an American fascist if you will. Read more …

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1492: The Clash of Civilizations & the Grey Legend

Salvador Dalí, The Discovery of America by Christopher Columbus, 1959

Salvador Dalí, The Discovery of America by Christopher Columbus, 1959

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In Latin America, the voices that seek to give a poetic tinge to the past so as to legitimize their chosen future decided to name Columbus Day, October the 12th, Día de la Raza, the “Day of the Race.”

Expressions and meanings are not always univocal, and what in Iberia could be understood as the presence of the same race both on the peninsula and on the other side of the sea, in America came to carry a brand new meaning. Anything could result from the clash of one culture against many, as well as the interaction between two races, but never a race, Read more …

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The Vatican’s Not-So-Occult War in Latin America

Statue of Jose Maria Escriva, Founder of Opus Dei in a niche of St. Peter’s Basilica. His rapid canonization reflects the lobbying power of his movement and Pope Benedict’s approval of their impact.

Statue of Jose Maria Escriva, Founder of Opus Dei in a niche of St. Peter’s Basilica. His rapid canonization reflects the lobbying power of his movement and Pope Benedict’s approval of their impact.

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Shortly after reading Greg Johnson’s article, “Metapolitics and Occult Warfare,” I saw a Chilean documentary about Opus Dei. I am no expert in Latin America, but from the outside it seems that the Vatican has actively kept pace with Marxism and Americanism on the metapolitical terrain of Latin America. They have done this not through direct confrontation, but rather by hemming closely to the ideological force with the most wind at its back at the moment. They do this while maintaining their core values.

I do not believe that all members of the Curia are actively and cynically playing both sides. There are passionate opponents on both sides who would be happy to hear that the other side has left the Church. Read more …

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A Mexican Lesson for Americans:
An Excerpt from José Vasconcelos, A Brief History of Mexico

Father Miguel Hidalgo leading the multi-racial Mexican populace in rebellion against Spain (Mural by Juan O'Gorman)

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Translated by César Tort

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Interview with Jean Thiriart, Part 5

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Questions by Gene H. Hogberg

Translated by Dr. David Wainwright

Part 5 of 6. (For the rest of the interview, click here.)

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