We on the dissident Right hold that demographics is destiny in regards to race. If so, then it is natural that the same can be said for sub-racial genetic characteristics such as extremism, conscientiousness, and so on. Due to the fact that various waves of Europeans traveled across the Atlantic, the baseline for certain genetic traits among American whites is different from that which is found in our homeland of Europe. (more…)
Tag: blood and soil
Mildred Walker (1905-1998) wrote a series of books considered Western regional, and was compared to Willa Cather. Walker, however, has a sensibility all her own, and Winter Wheat (1944) was a book that impressed me from the first page. In it, people are tied to the land and the wheat it produces.
It begins in an office by the storage silo in Gotham, a village of 75 that hardly lives up to its pretentious name. (more…)