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by Lucas Hood “Grab life by throat and make it give us what we desire”— the thief Valeria from Conan the Barbarian BE JUBILANT. It goes without saying that our times are tough, perhaps tougher than ever before. Being born into this age is the greatest gift of fate that we could have. We were given the…
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Originally entitled “From the Oak Tree to Certain Victory” by Wilhelm Steckelings from Nazi Culture by George Mosse (1966) CAN YOU SEE the Oak tree over there atop the bald hill? Proudly the strong trunk carries the mighty crown. Centuries have passed over it. Legend tells us that the Swedes, as early…
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BACK IN THE “aughts” I was a leftist — a sincere, back-to-the-land, anti-capitalist, anti-globalist leftist. My main concerns at that time were globalization and peak oil. I was a “peaknik” and a “doomblogger” desperate to extricate myself from the economic Titanic. Sometime after 9/11 a sizable…
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by Lucas Hood IN THE aftermath of the recent action in New Zealand and the resulting outrage from the System politicians and the System’s media, the typical person on the street is much more apathetic than usual. This is good. The System’s moralizing and outrage-mongering has now run the…
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selected by Blake Hood HE CONFESSED TO Else in June 1923 that he felt that he did not fit into this world. She, too, was becoming disheartened. She had written at the end of April that it was awful “the ways these bleak, grim times, unremittingly weigh us down, making you so disconsolate, so miserable.”…
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by Hadding Scott THE MEANING of the German word Volk is of great consequence. Sometimes the interpretation of this single word makes all the difference between whether a particular statement from somebody like Heinrich Himmler does or does not appear to represent an intention to kill all Jews. In…
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