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Wladimir W. Putin: Eine politische Biographie (Vladimir Putin: A Political Biography)
Neuruppin Landt Manuscriptum 2021, 565 pp. (more…)
English original here
Ve své argumentaci v debatě s E. M. Jonesem o válce na Ukrajině jsem tvrdil, že nacionalisté na Západě — a vlastně na celém světě — by měli podporovat Ukrajinu proti ruskému agresorovi. Podle Jonese bychom Ukrajinu podporovat neměli.
Jones začal dějinami Židů a jejich činnosti na Ukrajině, zřejmě v přesvědčení, že jakmile se někde objeví Židé, nemůže na tom být ani zbla dobrého. Následně se snažil ukázat, že se ve skutečnosti nejedná o válku Ruska s Ukrajinou, ale Ruska s Amerikou. (more…)
Czech version here
In my debate with E. Michael Jones on the Ukraine war, my opening statement argued that nationalists in the West — and indeed, around the world — should support Ukraine against its invader, Russia. E. Michael Jones argued that Westerners should not support Ukraine.
Jones began with the history of Jews in Ukraine, apparently assuming that if Jews are involved with anything, it can’t be good. Then he argued that the war is really not between Russia and Ukraine but between Russia and America. (more…)
In the middle 1960s, the geo-strategic position of the United States was not unlike what it is today: America and Western Europe were locked in a confrontation that was economic, military, and ideological with the Soviet Union (i.e., Russia) and communist China.
Up until that point, the communist world had moved from success to success, in part because of considerable American support. (more…)
If you read the mainstream media, it’s all over for white America. The forces of the Great Replacement are unstoppable. Our cities are forever destined to be “revitalized” by refugees. COVID-positive illegal immigrants will be flown from the border to the interior by the Biden regime in midnight flights via Crooked Hillary’s Central Soviet of Multiculturalism. Cultural objects that have been destroyed will not be remade. Books by dead white males will be thrown into bonfires while Obama-sons dance around it, wielding their assegais. Martin Luther King’s dream will haunt our sleep forever. (more…)
If I ruled the world,
Every day would be the first day of Spring
–Tony Bennett, “If I Ruled the World”
When I was a child, I spoke as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things.–1st Corinthians, 13:11
One at times has to marvel at the hordes on the Left. They cling tenaciously to adolescence; never do they grow up and come to terms with reality. (more…)
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What was life like during the Third Reich? An accurate picture is fairly difficult to arrive at, given the propaganda saturation persisting generations after the fact. Watching Hollywood movies won’t provide a balanced take, for obvious reasons. Neither will reruns of Hogan’s Heroes on late-night cable TV. War fever tends to fade as time goes on. Throughout the 1970s, I never heard anyone exhorting anyone to “Remember the Maine!” as if the Spanish-American War had ended yesterday, for example. (more…)
I came across David Cronenberg’s Videodrome relatively late in my arc of movie-viewing enthusiasm. It went well past the high school-aged fascination with low-brow horror (the original Friday the 13th or Nightmare on Elm Street) or college-years serial killer obsession (American Psycho or any movie derived from Ed Gein mayhem). (more…)
Back in mother USSR, we used to play a game called “hide the thimble.” The interesting thing about that game involved the requirement that the player hide the thimble in plain sight for all to see. — A Look Inside the Playbook, Anthony Napoleon & Yevgeni Yevtushenkov (more…)
Czech version here
Every musician that Shostakovich was at the Moscow Conservatory with in one particular year was shot. Every one, on Stalin’s orders. And when he asked . . . why he’d been spared, Stalin said, “Shostakovich can write film music. We need film music. Because we need film. (more…)
David Lean’s epic anti-Communist romance Doctor Zhivago (1965) is a great and serious work of art. Doctor Zhivago was initially panned by the critics — probably not because it is a bad film, but because it was very bad for Communism. Nevertheless, it was immensely popular. It is still one of the highest-grossing movies of all time, adjusted for inflation. It also won five Oscars — for Best Adapted Screenplay (Robert Bolt), Best Original Score (Maurice Jarre), Best Cinematography (Freddie Young), Best Art Direction, and Best Costume Design. (more…)