Leonardio Heredia (Telegram, YouTube) was Nick Jeelvy‘s guest on the latest broadcast of The Writers’ Bloc, explaining the racial and demographic situation in Argentina and offering his speculations on the Scythian origins of white people, a link between Basques and Armenians, and the presence of Norsemen in pre-Colombian Argentina. (more…)
May 13, 2022 Spencer J. Quinn 11 comments
Remembering Hinton Rowan Helper
Hinton Rowan Helper was a curious and fascinating figure from nineteenth-century American history. Although mostly forgotten today, he was one of the most important and discussed men in the nation during the lead-up to the Civil War. As an unswerving race realist and white patriot at a time when whites were by far the dominant racial group in North America, he was (and probably still is) ahead of his time. (more…)
June 10, 2021 Travis LeBlanc 2 comments
The Evolution of the Anti-War Film, Part Two: The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse is in the public domain. You can watch it here.
The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse is best remembered today for being the film that launched the career of Rudolf Valentino. (more…)
September 28, 2016 James Dunphy 9 comments
Madison Grant’s The Conquest of a Continent
In honor of Banned Books Week, we are pleased to publish James Dunphy’s article on Madison Grant’s The Conquest of a Continent, a book targeted by the Anti-Defamation League to be stifled, lest it give white Americans “nativist” ideas.
October 10, 2014 Alex Fontana
Ezra Pound on Endless Trial
The Genealogy of Demons: Anti-Semitism, Fascism, and the Myths of Ezra Pound
Evanston, Ill: Northwestern University Press, 1988.
Robert Casillo’s The Genealogy of Demons is unique in Pound studies because the explicit purpose of it is to give critical insight into Pound’s anti-Semitism, and it accomplishes this by way of multiple techniques, which it must employ, because Pound’s anti-Semitism is prismatic. (more…)
English original here
Die Südspitze Südamerikas durchquert Chile, Argentinien und Uruguay, die Landschaften und Klimazonen aufweisen, die denen in Europa und Nordamerika sehr ähnlich sind.
Ebenso ist die Südspitze auch die Heimat vieler Europäer. Obwohl Chile mehrheitlich nicht-weiß (mestizisch) ist, sind Argentinien und Uruguay vor allem europäisch, insbesondere spanisch geprägt. (more…)
German translation here
The Southern Cone of South America encompasses Chile, Argentina, and Uruguay, which have landscapes and climates much like those of Europe and North America.
The Southern Cone is also the home of many Europeans. Although Chile is majority non-white (mestizo), (more…)