This is a piece written by Karl Nemmersdorf at Occidental Observer. Besides reproducing the text of the article in full below, I am supplying the link below: https://www.theoccidentalobserver.net/2019/12/10/ethnos-needs-logos-and-genos/ Like Mr Nemmersdorf, I greatly admire E Michael Jones. And also Like Mr Nemmersdorf, I wish Dr Jones could be just a little bit better on the… Continue reading Ethnos Needs Logos (and Genos)
This is a piece written by Robert Hampton at Counter Currents. Besides reproducing the text of the article in full below, I am supplying the link below: https://www.counter-currents.com/2018/12/christianity-and-nationalism-a-cautionary-tale/ I find this to be an excellent presentation of the difficult relationship between the Church and White nationalist movements. As I have mentioned elsewhere, a number of… Continue reading Christianity & Nationalism: A Cautionary Tale
LIONS VERSUS HYENAS The other day, somebody suggested I watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a5V6gdu5ih8 It really is loaded with meaning and lessons that are especially pertinent for us. For all the truths that may be said about a lion's great strength, cunning, and ferocity, for all the talk about it being the "King of Beasts" and… Continue reading Lessons From Nature (I)
I'm going to make the case here that "freedom" is bullshit. Specifically, the elevation of "freedom" as an ideal, as some end in itself, is ugly and insane and ultimately suicidal. In contrast with freedom, I will make the case that Discipline is the superior ideal. If a people shall have any chance of extricating… Continue reading Free-dumb: An Illusory Concept Which Only Brings Degeneracy and Death
Not long ago I returned from spending about a month in Poland and Prague. In some respects, this post might seem to stray a bit from the usual scope of things here, but there is a justification to it. I'll explain later. Part of this trip to Poland was due to attending to some family… Continue reading Globalization, Consumerism, and my Recent Stay in Poland
In my book, Human Sunset, I use a lot of screenshots that pertain to loneliness and the deterioration of relationships. I think it’s really important to unpack this – and truly, there is a lot going on as far as this particular aspect of tech goes. You can find Part 1 of this series, dealing with friendships in… Continue reading Technology and Relationships (III), Nationalism or Consumerism?