Essays

AMONG THE interesting benefits of writing a blog like this, focusing as it does on the end of industrial civilization, are the opportunities it routinely affords for a glimpse at the stranger side of the collective thinking of our time. The last few weeks have been an unusually good source of that experience,…
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Essays

A whole genre of this nonsense has been fostered by the publishing industry. by William Grimstad
(A review of The Occult Roots of Nazism, by Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke) ALTHOUGH THE gas chamber mythos has been the center-piece of ongoing Establishment efforts to diabolize the Third Reich, there has…
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Commentary

WHAT IS a ‘digital Iron Curtain’? It is when Big Digital, as Professor Michael Rectenwald terms these “Western” Tech Goliaths, become ‘governmentalities’, using a word originally coined by Michel Foucault to refer to the means by which the ‘governed’ (i.e. ‘we the people’) assimilate,…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver AS I WRITE, a new book by Dr. Kamal Salibi of the American University in Beirut has not yet been published in this country, and I owe notice of it to Der Spiegel, which will publish portions of it in German translation, and to an article by Jim Muir of the Sunday Times, an English newspaper…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver (1987) THERE IS A neatly ironic symmetry behind the current scandal, which was precipitated by the disclosure that the Jews were using their American subjects to supply and subsidize the Iranians in their war against Iraq, a nation whose territory the Jews intend eventually to occupy…
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Essays

A local resident defending the Baden-Powell statue in Poole, Dorset THE ASSAULT on British history continues, with Lord Baden-Powell (founder of the Boy Scouts and Girl Guides) the latest target. Locals in Poole, Dorset, rallied in defence of the Baden-Powell statue, and the local council announced…
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Essays

by Colin Jordan WITH THE gigantic catastrophe of 1945, the greatest setback to human evolution in recorded history, still close behind us, its chilling and choking memory still omnipresent, and before us difficulties and disadvantages so gigantic as to deny us any immediate or early prospect of gaining…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver A FAIRLY LONG article, “The Emergence of Maya Civilization,” by Professor Norman Hammond of Rutgers University was published in the Scientific American for August 1986. It describes many vestiges of Mayan culture, many of them recently discovered, including, for…
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Essays

Below is a condensed version of Richard McCulloch’s modern classic The Racial Compact: A Call for Racial Preservation, Racial Independence, Racial Rights and Racial Good Will. This series of essays calls for “a new concept of racial relations that promotes the continued existence,
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Classic Essays

Below is a condensed version of Richard McCulloch’s modern classic The Racial Compact: A Call for Racial Preservation, Racial Independence, Racial Rights and Racial Good Will. This series of essays calls for “a new concept of racial relations that promotes the continued existence, independence
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