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A Comic View of History

Hal Foster’s Prince Valiant, June 19, 1937, page 2.

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I always enjoyed reading newspaper comics as a kid. Whether I was learning to read or developing my appreciation for surreal humor, I looked forward to each week’s new strips. Some series even sparked my interest in European literature and history. Just as history repeats itself, I have started taking an interest in comic strips again. From brave princes to humorous frogs, the Dissident Right can use comic artwork to promote our history, culture, and identity. Read more …

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Pinocchio: The Face of Fascism

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Extraordinary! There are three—maybe four—Pinocchio films now in development or newly released. They all promise to reveal dark, hitherto unexplored aspects of the famous marionette’s saga. One is a Robert Downey Jr. project that’s been hemming and hawing since about 2012. Initially Downey was planning to play both Geppetto and the title role. Now he’s older, so he’ll just play Geppetto. A new live-action Pinocchio premiered last month in Italy. Read more …

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Now in Audio Version!
The Angry Birds Movie

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When the West was great, our children were raised with stories and sagas, folk tales and common prayer. Today, they are raised by corporate franchises, worship SJW superheroes, and experience reality through a screen. Read more …

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“Je ne suis pas Charlie”
(Spanish Translation)

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Como todos los demás comentando en la Masacre de Charlie Hebdoi  no sé casi nada de aquella publicación excepto por la publicidad que ha recibido desde el ataque. Por lo que puedo observar parece sobresalir en dibujos satíricos de una desatinada y tremendamente no divertida variedad.  A pesar del hecho de que estaría en contra de la mayoría de sus puntos de vista editoriales todavía siento que lo que pasó en parís el 7 de enero es terriblemente triste. Read more …

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“Je ne suis pas Charlie”

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charlie-hebdo-une-14309_w1000Translations: CzechNorwegianPortuguese, Spanish

Like almost everyone else commenting on the Charlie Hebdo massacre I know next to nothing about that publication save for the publicity it has received subsequently. From what I can gather it appears to excel in satirical cartoons of a rather blunt and not terrifically funny variety. Despite the fact that I would be opposed to most of its editorial viewpoints I still feel that what happened in Paris on January 7th is terribly sad. Read more …

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The Archaic Future

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In Archeofuturism, Guillaume Faye envisions a future world that simultaneously embraces both the latest advances in science and technology, and the values and worldview of Homer and ancient myths. A world that is profoundly inegalitarian, in which might makes right, but in which might now includes the powers of science. Read more …

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