Apr 7, 2010

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Contemporary Eugenics: An Interview with John Glad

Russian scholar John Glad is the author of Future Human Evolution: Eugenics in the Twenty-First Century. The book is being translated by volunteers into a number of languages and is available free online at http://whatwemaybe.org. It is the most widely read text on the modern eugenics movement. Curiously, despite a three-decade-long massive media assault on eugenics, it has yet to...

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Mar 29, 2010

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A Warning From the Past: Lothrop Stoddard and The Rising Tide of Color

by James P. LubinskasAmerican Renaissance, January 2000Modern liberals like to praise W. E. B. Du Bois for predicting that race would be the defining issue of the 20th century. But another man, writing at the same time, also made that prediction. Lothrop Stoddard (1883-1950) is not as well remembered as Du Bois and his name is usually paired with words like “racist” and...

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Feb 12, 2010

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Paradise Mombassa –Translated and Introduced by Gilad Atzmon

“They would say: “I want Harpaya, (ejaculation), I would then ask what this Harpaya means and they would answer, ‘not only harpaya but we want it ‘all inclusive’, full sex.’ I used to tell them that we don’t do it and he would reply, ‘Read my lips, ‘the women are all included’, the salesman in Tel Aviv promised us that it’s Akol Kalul!’ Sometimes one of the...

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Feb 3, 2010

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Black Invention Myths

Editor’s Note: Every February — a.k.a., Lies About Black History Month — the Black Invention Myths site is frequently unavailable because its bandwidth is too limited to accommodate all would-be readers. Since this site is such an important resource, I have reproduced the main page below from http://www.archive.org/. The links lead either to external websites or...

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Oct 13, 2009

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Louis Gabriel Ambroise, Vicomte de Bonald

The French statesman, writer, and philosopher, Louis Vicomte de Bonald belongs to the theologist school of the Traditionalists. Bonald was born on October 2nd, 1754 at Monna, near Millau a town in the Rouergue region (Aveyron) of southern France, into an aristocratic family. He studied at the Oratorian Collège de Juilly. As an aristocrat, military service was expected, so in 1773...

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Sep 18, 2009

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Gustave Le Bon’s The Crowd,
Chapter 4: “A Religious Shape Assumed by all the Convictions of Crowds”

Chapter 4“A Religious Shape Assumed by all the Convictions of Crowds”What is meant by the religious sentiment — It is independent of the worship of a divinity — Its characteristics — The strength of convictions assuming a religious shape — Various examples — Popular gods have never disappeared — New forms under which they are revived...

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Sep 11, 2009

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Gustave Le Bon’s The Crowd,
Chapter 3: “The Ideas, Reasoning Power, and Imagination of Crowds”

Chapter 3“The Ideas, Reasoning Power, and Imagination of Crowds”§ 1. The ideas of crowds. Fundamental and accessory ideas — How contradictory ideas may exist simultaneously — The transformation that must be undergone by lofty ideas before they are accessible to crowds — The social influence of ideas is independent of the degree of truth they may...

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Sep 10, 2009

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Gustave Le Bon’s The Crowd:
Chapter 2, “The Sentiments and Morality of Crowds,” continued

Chapter 2“The Sentiments and Morality of Crowds,”Continued§ 3. The exaggeration and ingenuousness of the sentiments of crowds. Crowds do not admit doubt or uncertainty, and always go to extremes — Their sentiments always excessive. § 4. The intolerance, dictatorialness, and conservatism of crowds. The reasons of these sentiments — The servility of crowds...

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Sep 9, 2009

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Gustave Le Bon’s The Crowd:
Chapter 2, “The Sentiments and Morality of Crowds”

Chapter 2“The Sentiments and Morality of Crowds”§ 1. Impulsiveness, mobility, and irritability of crowds. The crowd is at the mercy of all exterior exciting causes, and reflects their incessant variations — The impulses which the crowd obeys are so imperious as to annihilate the feeling of personal interest — Premeditation is absent from crowds —...

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Sep 8, 2009

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Gustave Le Bon’s The Crowd:
Chapter 1

Chapter 1“General Characteristics of Crowds — Psychological Law of their Mental Unity”What constitutes a crowd from the psychological point of view — A numerically strong agglomeration of individuals does not suffice to form a crowd — Special characteristics of psychological crowds — The turning in a fixed direction of the ideas and sentiments of...

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