Essays

Selections from Hitler’s Table Talk I THINK THE MAN who contemplates the universe with his eyes wide open is the man with the greatest amount of natural piety: not in the religious sense, but in the sense of an intimate harmony with things. At the end of the last century the progress of science…
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by Andrew Joyce I’VE NOW spent more than fifteen years researching the Jewish Question and the impact of Jewish influence on the West. During that time I’ve encountered and documented a number of Jews who almost single-handedly encapsulate and characterize the Jewish modus operandi, as well as the…
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Classic Essays

INTERPRETATION, the element that give a particular flavor to music, can be the difference between a good and a bad performance. When the interpretation is distorted for whatever reason, a wholesale alteration of the composition occurs. There are built-in constraints to distortion in instrumental…
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by Michael J. Polignano RECENTLY I WENT to the San Francisco Opera’s new production of Richard Wagner’s The Flying Dutchman (Der Fliegende Holländer), and I thought I would share my reactions, since they relate to larger issues. (ILLUSTRATION: Richard Wagner (1813-1883).) It was…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

by Josiah Nott JEWS, AS A GROUP, oppose beauty. In the many modern cultural movements that have spread an all-pervasive decadence upon our Western lands this one truth is evident. (ILLUSTRATION: bust of Nathalie Osborn by Margaret French Cresson) In the early nineteenth century this did not yet appear…
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by B. John Zavrel
Originally published in: Arno Breker: Divine Beauty in Art “Who in all his work sees God,
He in truth goes unto God:
God is his worship, God is his offering,
Offered by God in the fire of God:”
— The Bhagavad Gita THOUGHTS FLY OFTEN back to that memorable evening when…
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