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Stalin, Palestine, and the Zio-Soviet Split

Sovietism and Zionism, despite undeniable intersection, were ultimately not identical or of a single purpose. At stake in Zio-Soviet relations during the 1940s was the question of whether the Israeli … Continue reading

November 10, 2018 · 20 Comments

Democratic Nativism Yesterday and Tomorrow

One can hardly open an internet browser these days without immediately being confronted with some ridiculously earnest opinion piece about the threat that Trumpism poses to American “democracy”. Some of … Continue reading

November 4, 2018 · 28 Comments

The Anti-Nazi Fascist Nationalism of Gabriele d’Annunzio and Italo Balbo

History inextricably links and almost equates Benito Mussolini’s Fascism with Adolf Hitler’s National Socialism, but the Pact of Steel that obligated their military alliance was far from an inevitability. The … Continue reading

October 20, 2018 · 8 Comments

Hoffman contra the Hitlerites

Revisionist History publisher Michael Hoffman stirred a trollstorm this past summer when, in issue 97 of his newsletter, he published an article titled, “Hitler Never Had a Snowball’s Chance in … Continue reading

October 13, 2018 · 161 Comments

Rhodesia’s Crippled Eagles: America’s Soldiers of Fortune

As highlighted previously at Skynet, many Americans during the 1970s took more than a casual interest in the plight of embattled Rhodesians, seeing in them brother defenders of a free … Continue reading

July 8, 2018 · 15 Comments

Soros, the CIA, and Black Devils: The Truth About Tiananmen Square

In March of this year, Aryan Skynet spotlighted the race-based resentment engendered by the presence of African students in the Soviet Union. As an article published today at The Unz … Continue reading

May 30, 2018 · 10 Comments

Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev: Boar-Hunting Pan-Europeanist Shitlord

Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev – synonymous with “stagnation” in mainstream history – was always more of a Russian than a communist ideologue. Usually – but with exceptions – a man … Continue reading

April 7, 2018 · 25 Comments

A British Lady Politely Permits Herself to Notice Something

The novelist Pamela Hansford Johnson, who was assigned in 1966 to cover the trial of murderer Ian Brady and his accomplice Myra Hindley for The Sunday Telegraph, later published a … Continue reading

December 26, 2017 · 43 Comments

How a Secretive “Free Trade” Deal Endangers Romania’s Forests

“Since the TTIP has failed, the EU just had to think up a new monstrosity: JEFTA, an agreement on free trade with Japan that is about to be finalized and … Continue reading

September 4, 2017 · 13 Comments

The Lone Ranger Considered as Cold War Propaganda

The western genre is often celebrated by its admirers as an expression of expansive American confidence in a singular national destiny – and also chastised for precisely this reason. The … Continue reading

July 29, 2017 · 48 Comments