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Adolf Hitler’s birthplace, photographed in 1938 by Martin Kerr HITLER WAS RIGHT: The more enormous and preposterous a lie is, the quicker it captures the public’s imagination and is believed, and the harder it is to dispel. “[S]ince the great masses of people at the very bottom of their hearts tend to…
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This is the foreword to a children’s book I picked up in an antique store. — Blake Hood by James Baldwin
from The Story of Siegfried (1931) WHEN THE WORLD was in its childhood, men looked upon the works of Nature with a strange kind of awe. They fancied that everything upon the earth, in the air, or in…
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by James Harting Introduction SOME 73 years have now elapsed since the end of the Second World War and the freewill death of Adolf Hitler. An enormous body of literature has been written since that time on the National Socialist period in European history, including its origins and aftermath. The amount…
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On 4 October 1936, Marxists and Jews organized a protest to Sir Mosley’s British Union’s planned march through East London. The disruption of the planned march after violence was transformed into a myth of working class and minority resistance to fascism. by Organon tou Ontos ON 13 October…
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ANOTHER CLEVER video from Murdoch Murdoch takes on the shallow myths of the World War 2 generation. Many millennial Whites will get this immediately, but older Whites — those whose parents or grandparents fought in the Bad War — will feel resentment at having their myths exploded so quickly…
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MYTH IS a gateway to action. Christmas is a gateway to gift-giving, putting up trees, and enjoying Christmas carols. Thanksgiving is a gateway to gathering together with family in formal feast. Halloween is a gateway to dressing up in costumes and trick-or-treating. Easter prompts the action of…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver (pictured) ‘MYTH’ would be too pretentious a word for what I have in mind, so I have taken the Greek diminutive, “mythidion,” which I first learned from Lucian and, appropriately, from his dialogue, Philopseudes, in which he discusses the origin and prevalence…
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Classic Essays

The progress of science — indeed of all positive knowledge — depends on the courage of Thoreau’s “majority of one” in the face of nearly unanimous error. by Garrett Hardin (pictured) “MYTHS,” said Salustios, are “things that never happened but always are.” Though distinguishable from…
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