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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Radio Nordfront Interview: Frank L. DeSilva

Radio Nordfront  Interview

 

Frank L. DeSilva

 

Interview of the History, Meta-politics, and Spirituality of the European Peoples. The Silent Brotherhood is discussed. The American Elections, Donald Trump, Syria, Russia, Putin, and much more.

A Western Rationale: Post-Modern Reflections

A Western Rationale:

Post-Modern Reflections

Frank L. DeSilva

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The slow, ineluctable demise of Traditionalism, will always usher in the desperate 14370405_1827204880846988_6120395156362018165_ncries of the revolutionary Nationalist.

The preceding centuries of Western evolution have presented a unique view into the political biology of organic life-cycles, of political experimentation, moral generation and degeneration, stratagems, tactics, zealots, revolutionaries. Philosophers and their unique philosophies. Statesmen and their own unique combination of personal world-views. Moreover, this evolutionary experience has presented to the Men and Women of the West, an incalculable model of reasonable and direct appreciation of the ways and means of political thought. We, of the West, have the greatest legacy of political thought in history.

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The Neocon Hunger for Universal Empire

The Neocon Hunger for Universal Empire


Embracing the Dark Side for their Galactic Ambitions

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October 27, 2015 Dan Sanchez


When Bill Kristol watches Star Wars movies, he roots for the Galactic Empire. The leading neocon recently caused a social media disturbance in the Force when he tweeted this predilection for the Dark Side following the debut of the final trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

Kristol sees the Empire as basically a galaxy-wide extrapolation of what he has long wanted the US to have over the Earth: what he has termed, “benevolent global hegemony.”

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On Magic: A No Bullshit Primer on Working the Will

Breaking Rules:
Paul Waggener’s On Magic

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Lynchburg,Virginia: Operation Werewolf: 2015 (e book)

There are very few writings that deal with genuine magic in a straight forward way. Hocus pocus, if you will, permeates every aspect of magical instruction—from the mainstream Law of Attraction books to Esoteric Runology tomes based upon initiatory occultism. Those who persevere past the pages of self-important obscurantism offered up by most magical authors are those who will, in all likehood, be dedicated enough to become magicians themselves. Of course, those who are willing to accept and wade through these hyperbolic haystacks in search of true magical needles are typically the kinds of people who are willing to do just that, the kind who go on to write their own haystack-like books for other needle searchers to accept and cast about in, not the kind who will go out and actually use magic. (Or, as Crowley notes “The boy who prides himself on his school knowledge is in danger of becoming a college professor.”)[1] It’s a terrible shame. A self-perpetuating climate is not a place where any true change, any real will to real power, comes from. How could it?

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The Franco-German Rivalry: A Recent Conflict

The Franco-German Rivalry:
A Recent Conflict

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Translated by Guillaume Durocher

Translator’s Note:

The following is translated from Dominique Venner’s Histoire de la Collaboration

(Paris: Gérard Watelet/Pygmalion, 2000), 151-54. The title is editorial.

In The Birth of Two Peoples, the great medievalist Carlrichard Brühl demonstrated the extent to which the consciousness of a common origin [between Frenchmen and Germans] was still felt at the time of Saint Louis.[1][2]

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Thoughts on the Debate on Christianity

Thoughts on the Debate on Christianity

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Recently, the text of a debate between Greg Johnson and Jonas De Geer appeared in these pages. Here following is my commentary on the thoughts expressed by both of the parties in the debate.

I find myself agreeing with points made by both men, and also disagreeing with both on some other issues raised here in this excellent and very civil discussion.

Both parties agree that present day Christianity is in a sorry state. There is not much to debate here, and I find myself in full agreement with this position.

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Gretta Duisenberg, Mark Steyn, & Anti-Racism

Gretta Duisenberg, Mark Steyn, & Anti-Racism

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Gretta Duisenberg
Gretta Duisenberg

Although a title to an article normally suggests that the author claims, reliably or not, some expertise in the subject, I know next to nothing about Gretta Duisenberg. I haven’t consulted her website, which is presumably in Dutch, and don’t know whether Gretta is smart or deranged. I first learned about her from a recent Mark Steyn column, and several minutes later acquired the bulk of my limited knowledge from her brief Wikipedia entry.

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Karl Jaspers, the Axial Age, & a Common History for Humanity

Karl Jaspers, the Axial Age, & a Common History for Humanity

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Karl Jaspers, 1883–1969
Karl Jaspers, 1883–1969

From the nineteenth century through the 1960s and ’70s, World History books did recognize the varying accomplishments of all civilizations in the world, but most authors and teachers took for granted the fact that Europeans deserved more attention particularly in view of their irrefutable influence on the rest of the world after their discovery of the Americas, development of modern science and global spread of modern technology.

But this Western-oriented teaching was increasingly rejected by historians who felt that all the peoples of the earth deserved equal attention. A major difficulty confronted this feeling: how can a new history of all humans — “universal” in this respect — be constructed in light of the clear pre-eminence of Europeans in so many fields?

It soon became apparent that the key was to do away with the idea of progress, which had become almost synonymous with the achievements of the West. The political climate was just right, the West was at the center of everything that seemed wrong in the world and in opposition to everything that aspired to be good: the threat of nuclear destruction, the prolonged Vietnam War, the rise of pan-Arabic and pan African identities, the “liberation movements” in Latin America, the Black civil rights riots, the women’s movement.

More than anything, the affluent West was at the center of a world capitalist system wherein the rest of the world seemed to be systematically “underdeveloped” at the expense of the very “progression” of the West. Millions of students were being taught that the capitalist West, in the words of Karl Marx, had progressed to become master of the world “dripping from head to foot, from every pore, with blood and dirt.”

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