Apocalypse Now, Part 3

Apocalypse Now, Part 3

Fenek Solère

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Part 3 of 3 (Part 1 here, Part 2 here)

Then, after a while, there were too many poor. Altogether too many. Folk you didn’t even know . . . Swarming all over . . . spreading through cities, houses and homes. Worming their way by the thousands, in thousands of foolproof ways. Through slits in your mail-boxes, begging for help, with their frightful pictures bursting from envelopes day after day, claiming their due in the name of some organization or other. Slithering in. Through newspapers, radio, churches, through this faction or that, until they were all around you, wherever you looked. Whole countries full, bristling with poignant appeals, pleas that seemed more like threats, and not begging now for linen, but for checks to their account. And in time it got worse. Soon you saw them on television, hordes of them, churning up, dying by the thousands, and nameless butchery became a feature, a continuous show, with its masters of ceremonies and its full time hucksters. The poor had overrun the earth . . .

— Jean Raspail, The Camp of the Saints (1973)

For decades our governments, without any form of democratic approval, have created the predicament we now find ourselves in through false-flag wars, regime-change charades, and by blurring distinctions between legal and illegal immigration. They’ve thrown open our borders and welfare systems to manic insurgents, opportunist chancers with an eye for our women, and anyone with a high degree of melanin and a low work-ethic. They are given promises of pecuniary incentives, provided that sufficient numbers of them vote the right way, giving the social engineers the raw organic material to create their Frankenstein-like monster of a multicultural utopia. These marauders then set about advocating endlessly for their own personal, familial, and tribal benefit, using every artifice at their disposal of supposed past injustices like “colonialism” and excuses such as “white privilege” to exploit our misplaced philanthropy and misguided generosity.

What Are The Tenets Of White Nationalism?

What Are The Tenets Of White Nationalism?

Frank L. DeSilva

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Over the last Year, many have come to me, asking me what, exactly, are the ‘tenets’ of White Nationalism.

Firstly, I ask if they have read the complete Work. Mostly, these individuals have only read excerpts, here and there.

It is not a good idea, with any work, to take bits and pieces, put it together, and then introduce it to the public so, with that in mind, below is partial presentation of the 25 Points, as constructed in this Work.

The Reader should recognize, at the outset, that these ’25 points’ are, like all presentations of this type, workable and valuable, as seen by those who, collectively, added to the corpus. Likewise, as I have said before in the above Work, this collective effort is but a ‘watermark’, and as the future progresses, the final Edit, as it were, is yet to be penned.

Taken as a whole, however, these elements will not be modified in any significant way.

In case anyone who is reading this presentation or idea, for the first time, it should be noted that White Nationalism is not a rhetorical concept, and that this ideology is intended to become the foundation of a Political process, indeed, has become the foundation of a political movement. The implementation of this process is, as always, up to those spirits who have the insight and courage, to create and present this to the world.

For now, digest and reflect.

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The Silent Brothers ~ Legacy of Defiance Chapter I

The Silent Brothers ~ Legacy of Defiance

[Over the last several Months, we have had an upsurge in requests for more information and material on a written Work that, for many, has much historical and persistent value about the state of our European ethos; more specifically, our American ethos.

We have highlighted this Author before, and Frank L. DeSilva is known by many as a comrade of Robert J. Mathews and David Eden Lane, and has written extensively on Philosophy, race, and Social sciences. He has begun to tell the story, the True Story, of the Silent Brothers or Bruder Schweigen, in which so much of this Story has brought us all to where we are, today. With so much going on today, with so many articulate and young spokesmen and women, it is always important to maintain a certain continuity, a memory, a Legacy if you will, so that one will always be able to gauge where, or how far, we have all come, in this continuing story of a Future West.

We are not sure how much material we will be highlighting, but whatever the amount, We here, at Foundations, have enjoyed every word. The Staff]

Frank L. DeSilva

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Chapter I

On a cool and windy morning, in the deep canyons of Arizona, a whisper of voices carried, hauntingly, across the undulating river; irregular outcroppings of massive rocks protruding through the icy-blue waters, adding the weight of years and memory and adding, also, to the majesty that was the Grand Canyon. It was my first prolonged trip to this area of my homeland, although I had driven through it many times; it was now that I found myself amongst some of the oldest of memories – the great canyon, made by extreme force, pressure, and violence was now peaceful, tranquil, and created a sense of beauty and harmony.

The year was 1980.

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The Great Purge: The Deformation of the Conservative Movement

Where Conservatism Went Wrong:
A Review of The Great Purge: The Deformation of the Conservative Movement

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Paul E. Gottfried & Richard B. Spencer (eds.)
The Great Purge: The Deformation of the Conservative Movement
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All political movements need a history, and such histories, if well-constructed, almost always coalesce into myth. Once mythologized, a movement’s past can inform its present members about its reason for being, its need for continuing, and its plans for the future. And this can be accomplished quickly – and without the need for study or research – in the form of what Edmund Burke called “prejudice.” “Prejudice,” Burke says, “is of ready application in the emergency; it previously engages the mind in a steady course of wisdom and virtue, and does not leave the man hesitating in the moment of decision, skeptical, puzzled, and unresolved.”

Prejudice is a time-saver, in other words, and it puts everyone on the same page. These are two invaluable things for any movement which aims to effect political change. For those who wish to participate in any of the various factions of the Alt Right and learn its history and myth, they do not need to go much farther than The Great Purge: The Deformation of the Conservative Movement.

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Spencer Quinn: My Top Three Non-Alt Right Books

My Top Three Non-Alt Right Books

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Sharing books, in my opinion, does more than almost anything to keep cultures vibrant. Thanks in part to the ascendancy of Donald Trump, we on the Alt Right are at present experiencing an uptick of culture which is both exciting and a bit daunting. Several years ago, I had written off many of the goals of white nationalism, but now, I am not so sure. It’s a good time to be on the Alt Right. 

As we all know, a wide range exists on the Alt Right regarding opinions or beliefs on important matters. This is how it should be. On the other hand, unanimity prevails when it comes to our three core issues: 1) race differences are real and significant, 2) whites need to attain a positive racial identity, and 3) whites must reclaim ethnocentric homelands for ourselves if we wish to survive in the long run. For us, this is clearly not just the best way forward, but the only way forward. Reading material, of course, helps keep us on the same page regardless of whether we agree or disagree on certain issues. Many Alt Right websites publish books, and, of course, many of us are familiar with them. Further, many sites like this one publish historical authors and reviews of historical works whose perspectives jibe well with the current Alt Right zeitgeist.

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Kevin Beary’s Savaged States of America

Kevin Beary’s Savaged States of America

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Kevin Beary

Thomas Hart Benton, Cradling Wheat
Thomas Hart Benton, Cradling Wheat

Savaged States of America: A Futuristic Fantasy
In Qua Urbe, 1998

“Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.”—Lewis Carroll, the White Queen, Through the Looking Glass 

“Modern life’s absurdities render the satirist’s role redundant.”—Anon.

“Experience keeps a dear school, but fools will learn in no other”—Benjamin Franklin, Poor Richard’s Almanac

 “The urge to save humanity is almost always a false front for the urge to rule.”—H. L. Mencken

Kevin Beary’s dystopian novel about mid twenty-first century America is one of the better latter-day efforts directed at white nationalists, and it is surprising to me that it is not more popular with its target audience. Beary is a natural-born fiction writer; he has the uncanny ability to paint with words as all of the memorable novelists have been able to do.

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Kerry Bolton’s Perón and Perónism

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Kerry Bolton
Perón and Perónism
London: Black House Publishing, 2014

Perón and Perónism is an excellent resource on the political thought of Argentina’s three-time president Juan Domingo Perón. It places him firmly among the elite ranks of Third Position thinkers. His doctrine of Justicalism and his geopolitical agenda of resistance to both American and Soviet domination of Latin America have demonstrated enduring relevance. Influenced by Aristotle’s conception of man as a social being and the social teachings of the Catholic Church, Perón proved to be an insightful political philosopher, developing a unique interpretation of National Syndicalism that guided his Justicalist Party. While his career was marked by turmoil, he pursued an agenda of the social justice, seeking the empowerment of the nation’s working classes as a necessary step towards the spiritual transformation of the country. Perón’s example stands as a beacon to those who seek the liberation of man from the bondage of materialism, and the liberation of the nation from foreign domination.

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Kerry Bolton: Early Reactions to Imperium

Early Reactions to Imperium

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Editor’s Note:

Francis Parker Yockey
Francis Parker Yockey

Kerry Bolton’s ongoing research for a new and definitive biography of Francis Parker Yockey and a complete collection of Yockey’s shorter writings and correspondence continues to turn up new and previously-thought-to-be-lost materials, including issue no. 4 of Yockey’s Frontfighter newsletter, containing one of Yockey’s lost works, which included in the following article.

When Francis Parker Yockey, Anthony Gannon, and Guy Chesham of Union Movement’s overseas liaison office, and over 140 others, departed from Sir Oswald Mosley’s movement in bitter circumstances, Chesham had written to Mosley that Imperium had already been accepted among advanced political thinkers. Imperium did appeal to advanced thinkers. Major Gen. J. F. C. Fuller, father of modern tank warfare, who had been Mosley’s military adviser in the British Union of Fascists; and Captain Basil Liddell Hart, official British military historian of World War I, who had been involved in the pro-Mosley milieu before the war in the June Club, both gave Imperium enthusiastic endorsements. Fuller called Imperium the most prophetic book since Spengler’s Decline of The West. Liddell Hart referred to it as “a work of genius.” Gannon states that Yockey met Fuller and Hart in person and “emerged well from such meetings.”[1]

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The Islamization of the Teaching of Western Civilization

The Islamization of the Teaching of Western Civilization

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In the United States today only two percent of colleges offer Western Civilization as a course requirement. I teach Western Civ in two parts, but they are not required, and I had to change the title to “Sociology of Western Civilization” for approval. Since I decided to teach this subject ten years ago, I have detected in new texts, and in newer editions of older texts, a growing emphasis on Islam in their narration of the cultural history of the West.

A well-established older text is The Western Heritage, by Donald Kagan, Steven Ozment, and Frank Turner. This is a relatively conservative text by the standards of today. I have the tenth edition at hand, published in 2010 (a new 11th edition has just come out). I can’t say when this text began to include sections on “the Western debt to Islam,” cute captions on topics such as “European Embrace of a Black Saint” or an alleged “Multicultural Book Cover” from Carolingian times. But it is clear that the 2010 edition, in comparison to the first editions, with the first going back to 1979, has felt the impact of political correctness. The Wikipedia entry on the first edition(s) of this text observes:

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The Jew as Citizen: Raymond Aron & Civic Nationalism, Part 1

The Jew as Citizen:
Raymond Aron & Civic Nationalism, Part 1

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Raymond Aron
Essais sur la condition juive contemporaine
Paris: Éditions Tallandier, 2007, originally Éditions de Fallois, 1989

Raymond Aron
Memoires: 50 ans de reflexion politique
Paris: Éditions Julliard, 1983

Introduction

 (1905–1983) was a French Jewish political scientist and commentator. He is remarkable for being one of the most eloquent advocates of civic nationalism – calling the culturally homogeneous nation-state “the political masterpiece” – and a critic of Jewish ethnocentrism. Drawing from Aron’s memoirs and a posthumously published collection of his writings on Jewishness, I hope to show the limits of his national ideal: even he, in an off-hand way, would occasionally recognize that the possibility of ethno-racial kinship, differences, and solidarity. Indeed, his passionate attachment to Israel’s existence–something which I believe even surprised him and led to his harshest writings, against President Charles de Gaulle, no less, and which he somewhat regretted–also showed that for all his intellectual defense of the French Republic, the bonds of blood meant what he called “a particular love”  for Israel. There is a fascinating dialectic between his reason as a French citizen and his passion as a Diaspora Jew, a tension which led him towards and I believe can only be fully resolved with ethnonationalism.

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