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Northumbrian Sunrise

John Varley I, Bamborough Castle from the Northeast with Holy Island in the Distance, 1827.

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I recently traveled to Northumberland to visit the Holy Island of Lindisfarne and Bamburgh Castle. Before visiting these sites, I woke up early each morning to take a walk along the beach at sunrise. During my walks, I thought about my life and all things I want out of life. As I look back on my time in Northumberland, I realize that we must always say what we want before we can achieve the things we want. Read more …

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Memories of Transylvania

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I have always wanted to visit Transylvania and Bran Castle, known throughout the world as Dracula’s Castle. Although having little connection to Vlad the Impaler or Bram Stoker’s Dracula, the myths behind the castle have inspired countless horror films and heavy metal songs. Read more …

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The Youthful Spirit of Revolution

W. Trentsensky, Cavalry skirmish during the Battle of Komárom, 1849.

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When I was living in Hungary, I took my girlfriend on a day trip to the border town of Komárno, Slovakia. Despite having a nice meal and a scenic walk around the town, I ended up complaining and arguing about trivial matters. Near the end of the day, we saw a memorial to Mór Jókai, the famous Hungarian writer Read more …

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The Path of Lāčplēsis

Lāčplēsis

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On my way to a heavy metal concert last year, I had a layover at the Riga Airport. While having a beer and a shot of Black Balsam at the airport bar, I was talking online to a Latvian woman that also liked heavy metal. I told her that I had always wanted to visit Riga Read more …

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Made in Norway

Hans Gude, Likferd Pa Sognefjorden, 1853.

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I watched American History X with my roommate last night. Watching the film brought back memories and nostalgia for my teenage years. When I first saw the movie as a teen, I was obsessed with Scandinavia due to my passion for heavy metal and my own Danish roots. Read more …

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Here I Go Again On My Own

Christian Krohg, Leif Eriksson Discovers America, 1893.

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After being stuck in the US for the last five months during the COVID-19 pandemic, I am finally back in Europe. Thanks to my friends in the Dissident Right, I get to spend the next few months in a small town that is overwhelmingly white. Reflecting on my travels this week reminded me of the many European historians and explorers Read more …

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The Life of the Wanderer

Stephen the Great.

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Some might consider me a wanderer. I have spent most of my adult life living and working in various US states and European countries. Since the spread of COVD-19 this year, travel restrictions have forced me to stay in the US longer than originally planned. I have spent a lot of time these last few months reminiscing on my travels and adventures. For some reason, I keep thinking about my adventures in Moldova. Reflecting on my time there has given me insight on myself, my life, and my goals as a white nationalist. Read more …

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Hope & the Red Dragon

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I have always wanted to visit Wales. Ever since I was a kid I was fascinated with the Welsh flag, known in Welsh as “Y Ddraig Goch,” which means “the red dragon.” The red dragon on the Welsh flag has become a symbol of Wales and all things Welsh. Read more …

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Ruminations on Racial Differences

Louis Farrakhan, leader of the Nation of Islam

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It has been said that money spent on travel is never wasted. Travelers expand their knowledge of the world, acquire memories that last a lifetime, broaden their minds and, if lucky, have fun. Since I have the good fortune to work in a field that allows me to travel frequently to many parts of the world, I can attest to the truthfulness of the above precepts. Read more …

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Friendship in a Time of Uncertainty

John William Waterhouse's painting A Tale from the Decameron, 1916.

John William Waterhouse, A Tale from The Decameron, 1916.

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The Decameron is a novel that is often overshadowed by The Canterbury Tales despite sharing many similarities. Both were written in the 14th century and have a similar narrative structure of various short stories being told by a group of characters. Read more …

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A Conversation with Craig Bodeker

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GJ: In A Conversation About Race, you explain how you came to be a believer in “white guilt.” How did you come to be a disbeliever? How did you become racially-conscious?

Craig Bodeker: By traveling. From my early experiences in the American South and in Hawaii. I was able to see firsthand the differences between racially homogeneous areas — like Minnesota in the 1970s, and these more racially diverse areas. Read more …

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