Large numbers of Jews who did not leave after the revolution failed to foresee the bloodthirstiness of the new government, though the persecution, even of socialists, was well underway. The Soviet government was as unjust and cruel then as it was to be in 1937 and 1950. But in the Twenties the bloodlust did not raise alarm or resistance in the wider Jewish population since its force was aimed not at Jewry. (more…)
The Bloody Red Pill: Solzhenitsyn’s Two Hundred Years Together, Part 5
To understand Central and Eastern Europe as they are today, we must go back an entire century to the immediate aftermath of the First World War. As old empires collapsed, newly independent nations fought numerous conflicts for territory culminating in the Polish-Soviet War. (more…)
When I first moved to Eastern Europe, I did not have any friends in the region. Thus, I spent the winter of 2017 in solitude. To avoid any feelings of loneliness, I set a goal to finally read Henryk Sienkiewicz’s trilogy of historical novels. I also set a goal to go for a walk each evening. Whether I was in Lviv, Rzeszów, or Minsk, (more…)
Interview par Jarosław Ostrogniew; English original here
Tomasz Szczepański (Barnim Regalica) est né en 1964 à Szczecin (Pologne). Il est historien (doctorat en Lettres), écrivain, essayiste, et activiste. Défenseur du Zadruga (nationalisme païen polonais) et de la foi slave indigène.
Il a été un activiste anti-communiste depuis 1984, un membre du Parti Socialiste polonais illégal, et un membre de la Confédération de la Pologne Indépendante depuis 1987. De 1987 à 1989 il a dirigé le bulletin clandestin Intermarium. (more…)
The Other Europe:
An Interview on Intermarium
Interview and translation by Jarosław Ostrogniew; French translation here
Tomasz Szczepański (Barnim Regalica) was born in 1964 in Szczecin (Poland). He is a historian (Ph.D. in humanities), writer, essayist, and activist, and an advocate of Zadruga (Polish pagan nationalism) and indigenous Slavic faith.
He was an anti-communist activist beginning in 1984, (more…)
Two Rolls of Toilet Paper
Or, How I Threatened Belarusian National Security
Recently I spent a weekend visiting my colleagues from the Ukrainian Youth Nationalist Congress. Also I participated at the Economic Forum of Young Leaders, which took place in Nowy Sącz, a small Polish town, and later together with other participants of the forum we went to the last-day events of the Economic Forum in the Polish resort of Krynica. (more…)
The Stark Truth
Robert Stark Interviews Alexey Dzermant
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