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by Survive the Jive IN THIS video I look at some pagan temples and statues and mosaics of pagan gods to get an idea of what pagan practice was actually like in Ancient Rome. I visit the Pantheon in Rome and several temples in the Roman town of Herculaneum. The video ends with a visit to the Mithraeum beneath…
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by Angelicus NEARLY forty years ago, a distinguished professor of Classics and philologist who was also a political activist who dedicated his life to fighting the JWO (Jewish World Order) began to talk about “the semantic war.” I was very young then and I never met him; I only learnt about it many years…
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Heidegger by Karl Radl READING THE universally acclaimed German philosopher Martin Heidegger is a pleasure that cannot and should not be underestimated. He was an innovative thinker of the first order and is part of what American ‘conservative’ philosopher James Burnham called the ‘dark’ or ‘irrational’…
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by Douglas Mercer BAKUNIN was on very nearly the opposite side, politically, from National Vanguard. But he nailed it when he said: Jews are an exploiting sect, a blood sucking people, a unique devouring parasite tightly and intimately organized, cutting across all differences in political opinion.…
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Members of the “Greatest Generation” enjoying the “Good War” by defecating on the bodies of recently murdered German prisoners. by Thomas Goodrich EVERY MONTH, it seems, yet another movie is released based upon some real or some fanciful event of World War Two. Invariably, like some stylized Greek…
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The American Dream is dead. Any hopes or illusions about this country’s viability have been shattered by the repressive pandemic lockdown and the horrifying tyranny it’s unleashed. Below are portions of an excellent article published back on May 1st, less than a month before the George
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by Matt Koehl EVERY AGE AND EVERY GENERATION has experienced its share of problems and difficulties. So, what is different about those of the present time? What makes today’s problems special and unique? Very simply, they represent much more than a passing discomfort. They are symptomatic of a systemic…
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by James Harting The Ara Pacis Augustae or “Augustan Altar of Peace” is a stunning piece of architecture from the earliest years of the Roman Empire. It was built as part of the civic religion of ancient Rome. The altar was commissioned by the Roman Senate in 13 BCE and completed and consecrated in 9 BCE.…
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LAST NIGHT I watched The Darkest Hour. I’ve been a despiser of Churchill since even before I was JWoke and it’s certainly interesting that in both this film and, even more, last year’s Churchill, the great man is now being portrayed (accurately) as a kind of doddering, drink-besotted buffoon, lapsing…
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Source citations of White-China essay 3/6/18, part 1 These are the first half of the source citations (second half is here; plain text version is here) for Frank Jamger’s essay, “White Character and Civilization, Compared to Chinese,” which was posted on Frank Jamger’s…
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