Apr 15, 2010

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Ethnic Hegemonies in American History, Part 2

Civil War and EmpireSince colonial times Southerners had used imported African slave labor. Consequently they lived symbiotically with the most genetically different of Earth’s peoples.[23] Slavery continued after the Revolutionary War and became increasingly important as commercial cotton cultivation spread westward through the Gulf Coastal region at the start of Scots-Irish...

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Apr 9, 2010

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Virginia: Bob McDonnell & Confederate History Month

Bob McDonnell, Governor of Virginia, has stirred up a national controversy by having the audacity to declare the month of April “Confederate History Month” in the Old Dominion. Jews, White liberals, parasites, and negroes across America quickly began to shriek in horror about the Confederacy’s horrible legacy of racism and slavery. As everyone knows by now, McDonnell...

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Mar 11, 2010

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Southern Homeland

In my commentary on the Northwest Front, I alluded to my own preference for a Southern ethnostate, but I didn’t expand much on this idea. The South has several advantages over the Northwest as the location for the White ethnostate. In the present political climate, I won’t argue that a Southern ethnostate is a realistic possibility, as I find that outcome unlikely to...

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Feb 8, 2010

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Friday Night Lights

My wife and I just finished the first season of Friday Night Lights (the television show, not the movie). The show is a teen drama that follows the ups and downs of the fictional town of Dillon and its obsession with its football team, the Dillon Panthers. Dillon’s fictional locale is somewhere in west-central Texas, about four hours from Austin. I started off the series...

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Feb 1, 2010

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The Road to Disunion

The Road to Disunion: Volume II: Secessionists Triumphant, 1854-1861William W. FreehlingNew York: Oxford University PressIn his second volume of The Road to Disunion, William W. Freehling explores the climax of the secessionist movement in the American South. Secessionists Triumphant, 1854-1861 takes the reader from the Kansas-Nebraska Act, which reignited anti-slavery controversy...

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Sep 29, 2009

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The Fire Eaters

I have long wondered why the Fire Eaters have attracted such little attention from American White Nationalists. For those unfamiliar with the term, the Fire Eaters were a small band of Southern secessionists — the ‘revolutionary vanguard’ of the Confederacy — who succeeded in fomenting a revolution against the United States in 1860/1861. They engineered the...

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