Oct 8, 2011

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The Forbidden Identity

The Forbidden Identity

I met Jared Taylor again recently at the National Policy Institute’s 2011 conference in Washington D.C., where we were both speakers.We then coincided at a brunch that was held the morning after the event. As I was to take a flight back to the United Kingdom in the afternoon, and as his base is on the way to the airport, he suggested I take an early cab and stop by for a visit...

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Sep 24, 2011

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White Preservationism is Dead

White Preservationism is Dead

The case for the White racialist Right is often made in terms of racial or cultural preservation. A civilisation, the argument goes, is inextricably linked with the genius of a race, and, because the Western civilisation was created by the White race, and Western civilisation is unique and an asset to humanity, the race must be preserved so that the civilisation may continue. A...

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Apr 10, 2010

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Paranormal Activity

I recently watched the 2009 film, Paranormal Activity. This is a haunted house horror film that employs a hyperrealist approach reminiscent of The Blair Witch Project, where the actors do their own filming using a digital video camera, the acting is virtually improvised, and the result is presented as “found footage.”The story is simple: a twenty-something suburban couple,...

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Apr 3, 2010

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Black Metal: Conservative Revolution in Modern Popular Culture, Part 3

Black Metal and the Return of Völkisch Thought How did völkisch ideas resurface in popular culture? By the 1960s Christianity had entered a phase of decline in the West, following a long period of growing skepticism as well as hostility from political ideologies from both Right and Left. As has been the pattern in the West since the fourth century,[1] the decline of the dominant...

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Apr 2, 2010

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Black Metal: Conservative Revolution in Modern Popular Culture, Part 2

Völkisch Thought and the Conservative RevolutionSome of the most fascinating aspects of Black Metal are its parallels with the ideas and sensibilities of the Conservative Revolution and the wider völkisch (populist) movement that swept Germany in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. These similarities are so striking that Black Metal may well be considered, if not the...

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Apr 1, 2010

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Black Metal: Conservative Revolution in Modern Popular Culture, Part 1

Black Metal: Conservative Revolution in Modern Popular Culture, Part 1

From the viewpoint of racial nationalism, the musical genre known as Black Metal is one of the most significant popular culture phenomena of the last two decades. Yet it has been seldom discussed by politically congenial scholars and commentators. This is surprising, since Black Metal runs counter to the post-World War II trends toward the progressive marginalization, condemnation,...

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Mar 28, 2010

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The Golden Thread

El Cordón Dorado: Hitlerismo EsotericoMiguel SerranoBogota, Colombia: Editorial Solar, 2001As far as I am aware, this is the first published review in English of The Golden Thread: Esoteric Hitlerism, the first volume in Miguel Serrano’s Esoteric Hitlerist trilogy. Having woven a shadowy conspiracy of Esoteric Hitlerists into my dystopian novel Mister, and having recently...

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Mar 22, 2010

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Defiance

Defiance: The Prison Memoirs of Savitri DeviSavitri DeviEd. R. G. FowlerThe Savitri Devi Archive, 2007One feature of my recent novel, Mister (Iron Sky Publishing, 2009), that has stirred up a ferment of discussion and questions is the shadowy conspiracy of “Esoteric Hitlerists” that runs like a golden thread through the labyrinth of the plot.As much as I would like to take...

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Mar 3, 2010

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The South Pole: An Account of the Norwegian Antarctic Expedition in the Fram, 1910-1912

The South Pole: An Account of the Norwegian Antarctic Expedition in the Fram, 1910-1912Roald AmundsenLondon: Hurst & Company, 2001(First Published in 1912 by John Murray)Having reviewed Apsley Cherry-Garrard’s account of Robert Falcon Scott’s Terra Nova Expedition, and having over the Yuletide read Scott’s diaries from the latter, I deemed it opportune to read Roald...

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Feb 18, 2010

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The Art of Jonathan Bowden, Vol. 2: 1968-1974

The Art of Jonathan Bowden, vol. 2: 1968-1974Jonathan BowdenLondon: The Spinning Top Club, 2009Last time I saw Jonathan Bowden, I asked him how he was. His answer, delivered with bared teeth and so typical of him, elicited peals of laughter from Bowden himself, “I am always superb and getting stronger!” Bowden, you see, loves an audience, but he is quite able to...

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