Tag: ethnic genetic interests
February 27, 2014 Ted Sallis
Intereses Étnico Genéticos
November 18, 2013 Ted Sallis 42 comments
Racial Purity, Ethnic Genetic Interests,
& the Cobb Case
November 29, 2012 Matt Parrott
Forme, fonction, & phénotypes
English original here
Le récent article de Ted Sallis « Anders Breivik & Genetic vs. Phenotypic Interests » est intérieurement cohérent, mais l’accent mis sur les modèles génétiques qui sont le projet de la « Blancheur » lui fait prendre l’arbre pour la forêt. (more…)
September 27, 2011 Matt Parrott 53 comments
Form, Function, & Phenotypes
French translation here
Ted Sallis’s recent article “Anders Breivik & Genetic vs. Phenotypic Interests” is internally consistent, but his focus on the genetic patterns that are the blueprint of Whiteness causes him to miss the forest for the trees. (more…)
September 26, 2011 Ted Sallis 5 comments
Anders Breivik & Genetic vs. Phenotypic Interests
Readers may be aware that I have a strong interest in the concept of “ethnic genetic interests” as formulated by Dr. Frank Salter, and detailed in his magnificent book, On Genetic Interests, which I consider “must” reading for any informed ethnic or racial nationalist. I’ve previously discussed this concept on various forums, and a concise summary can be found here. (more…)
May 10, 2011 Ted Sallis 2 comments
Don’t Eat the Strange Fruit
Strange Fruit: Why Both Sides are Wrong in the Race Debate
There has been some discussion on the Internet about the book Strange Fruit: Why Both Sides are Wrong in the Race Debate by South Asian intellectual Kenan Malik, a book in which the work of Frank Salter is sharply critiqued. (more…)
April 8, 2011 Michael J. Polignano
The Ethics of Racial Preservation:
Frank Salter’s On Genetic Interests
Czech translation here
Originally written in 2005, this essay is from Michael Polignano’s book Taking Our Own Side, available in hardcover, paperback, and PDF download here.
Frank Kemp Salter
On Genetic Interests: Family, Ethnicity, and Humanity in an Age of Mass Migration
New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Publishers, 2007
April 7, 2011 Ted Sallis
Why Was the Understanding of Ethnic Genetic Interests Delayed for 30 Years?
The suicide of the West is far more than a figure of speech. All Western societies — and only Western societies — are voluntarily allowing mass immigration of peoples who are not ethnically connected to historical Europe. Not only are they allowing massive non-White immigration, it is being promoted as fulfilling the lofty ethical goal of increasing ethnic diversity rather than any practical goal such as the needs of the labor force. What this means in the long run is that Europe will cease to be Europe, not only culturally, but also genetically.
April 6, 2011 Ted Sallis
Ethnic Genetic Interests
Spanish translation here
“Mainstream” discussions about immigration, race, and the implications of a multiracial society usually consider only secondary questions such as economics, crime, culture, etc. They ignore the ultimate interest of a people: genetic continuity. No rational person would support policies that would, on the one hand, “enrich” their family while, on the other hand, simultaneously replace their family with strangers. (more…)
March 28, 2011 Ted Sallis 5 comments
Why I Write
The author asked me to include a note with this indicating that although his central positions as stated below are unaltered, his opinions of certain individuals, e.g., “Prozium,” have changed.
I have been asked to contribute to the “Why We Write” series. (more…)
‘Racism’ is certainly a horrible word. Words ending in -ism are normally formed from adjective roots: nationalism, specialism, communism. The correct word is ‘racialism,’ and this was the usual term until the shorter word came in quite recently, at a time when standards of education had decayed sufficiently for people to have lost touch with the patterns of English vocabulary.
September 17, 2010 Anthony Hilton 3 comments
Ragnar Redbeard’s Might Is Right or the Survival of the Fittest
From The Occidental Observer, September 29, 2009
Note: In biology, “adaptive” means (very precisely) promoting the survival and reproduction of an organism’s genes. “Natural selection” is the logical and empirical process whereby forces of nature affect the survival and reproduction of some genes over others. The terms, “natural selection” and “selection pressures” (particular causes of selection) help one think clearly.