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Rhodesia’s Dirty Underwear

“The nationalist not only does not disapprove of atrocities committed by his own side, but he has a remarkable capacity for not even hearing about them,” according to George Orwell1. … Continue reading

October 21, 2017 · 9 Comments

Yukio Mishima Revives the Dead Language of the Muscles

Yukio Mishima was one of Japan’s most popular novelists and playwrights of the twentieth century. A homosexual and a flamboyant exhibitionist in addition to being a nationalist, Mishima was also … Continue reading

September 29, 2017 · 2 Comments

Soviet Nostalgia

I am nearly finished reading Dan Kovalik’s recent book The Plot to Scapegoat Russia: How the CIA and the Deep State Have Conspired to Vilify Putin, which I had seen … Continue reading

September 8, 2017 · 33 Comments

Invasion of the Culture Snatchers

Last year, Shout! Factory rereleased Philip Kaufman’s 1978 Invasion of the Body Snatchers remake through its Scream Factory label. Included on the stacked Blu-ray are interview extras imported from the … Continue reading

September 2, 2017 · 69 Comments

The Chickens, the Bulls, “The Skull”, and the Jews: Did Israel Own J. Edgar Hoover?

J. Edgar Hoover, it is now generally recognized, was a woefully compromised public servant who allowed organized crime to prosper under his auspices – all while pursuing chimerical communist bogeys … Continue reading

June 9, 2017 · 78 Comments

Holocaust as License and Media Mandate to Exterminate Sexual Decency

In preparing a future post about the Jewish involvement in a particularly nasty New York criminal enterprise, my researches led me to consult Taylor Branch and Eugene Propper’s 1982 book … Continue reading

June 3, 2017 · 45 Comments

Out of the Ghetto: The Jews Who Killed the King

Many casual fans of Elvis Presley will be familiar with his Christian faith and affection for gospel music. Fewer are aware of his interest in Judaism, theosophy, yogic practices, and … Continue reading

May 20, 2017 · 19 Comments

The Line in the Sand

History repeats itself in Syria. Now, as decades ago, the peoples of the Middle East find themselves the beneficiaries and the victims of a renewed theater in the Cold War … Continue reading

April 14, 2017 · 28 Comments

Brothers in the Struggle: Muammar Gaddafi and African Liberation Movements

Muammar Gaddafi’s primary objectives in implementing his 1969 revolution were, firstly, Libyan political and economic sovereignty and, secondly, pan-Arab unification. He considered these problems, however, within the context of a … Continue reading

March 18, 2017 · 14 Comments

The Supranational Question and the Pan-Arabist Precedents

Richard Spencer, in his 2013 lecture “Why We Need Europe”, observes that “for some time now, the traditionalist right in Britain and on the continent has been animated by opposition … Continue reading

February 17, 2017 · 28 Comments