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Poznámka Grega Johnsona:
Následuje přepis části rozhovoru Jonathana Bowdena v londýnském Union Jack klubu ze soboty 21. listopadu 2009, který následoval po jeho dnes už slavném vystoupení o fenoménu Punch and Judy. Titulek je redakční.
Otázka: Liberály velice znepokojuje islám, militantní islám.
Jonathan Bowden: Ano, to máte pravdu. (more…)
A widespread debate made the rounds of the broader Dissident Right some time ago on the subject of whether the primary enemy grouping should be called ZOG (Zionist Occupation Government) or a new term, originating from the MAGA and post-MAGA space. The new term was GAE (pronounced “gay”): Globalist American Empire.
The divide was as predictable as it was tiresome. Commentators who minimize the enemy’s Jewish and Zionist character strongly favored GAE. Pro-Russian commentators, ever willing to demonize America and Anglo-Saxon peoples in general, merrily jumped on the GAE bandwagon. (more…)
Imagine that you’re an organic dairy farmer in Pennsylvania, as trad as can be. One day, while you’re supposed to be milking the cows by hand, someone catches you at your side gig. Specifically, you’re working on your cloud-hosted Hyper-V cluster, adding a DNS reverse lookup zone to the Active Directory domain controller so the DHCP server can assign PTR records when it leases IP addresses. Obviously, your Amish brethren won’t cotton to that. They might shun you for apostasy, and perhaps stack one count of felony TCP/IP administration onto your sentence. Still, luckily for you at least the Amish Ordnungspolizei won’t put out a contract on you. (more…)
Paul Beaumont, compiler
Serviam: The Political Ideology of Adrien Arcand
Quakertown, Pa.: Antelope Hill Publishing, 2022
“Serviam,” or “I will serve,” was said to be the answer to Lucifer from the Archangel Michael when Lucifer told God that he would not serve. Serviam was also the motto of Adrien Arcand’s Christian national-corporatist movement before and after the World War, as well as the name of his post-war magazine. (more…)
Note: This essay is occasioned by the new Imperium Press edition of Sorel’s Reflections on Violence, which is required reading.
Like Jack London, Georges Sorel (1847–1922) was a Left-wing writer whose primary influence today is on the Right. Sorel’s most influential book is Reflections on Violence, written in 1905–1906. (more…)
What about the Freemasons?
This is where I describe groups often cited as participants in the more conspiratorial aspects of globalism. Feel free to skip straight down to the comments section to throw rocks at me for saying too much or too little about your favorite cabal. (more…)
On July 12, 2022, TV One News aired a feature on “the rise of online anti-Semitism.” It might be supposed the item was produced to accelerate the introduction of the “hate speech laws.” (more…)
When I’m trying to gauge whether a person is a friend or an enemy, I usually ask him to describe to me his victory state — which is to say, what will the world look like when he has won and no longer has to engage in politics (or at least, that of the radical revolutionary kind)? (more…)
South African Hunter Mistakes Black Woman for Hippo, Shoots It
If you search the name “Ramokone Linah” on Google Images, you’ll see several pictures of hippopotami but zero snapshots of the black South African woman named Ramokone Linah, who was shot by a white Afrikaner because he mistook her for a hippopotamus. (more…)
J. J. Sefton
The End of America: 100 Days that Shook the World
Washington, DC: The Calamo Press, 2021
J. J. Sefton’s recent book, The End of America, while not exactly a dissident volume, retains much value for the Dissident Right for several reasons. Best known as the author of The Morning Report, a column appearing on the Ace of Spaces HQ blog, Sefton amasses dozens of news stories every weekday for Ace’s right-of-center “Moron Horde,” while offering key quotes and cracking wise before the links. (more…)
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موريس فان دي كامب
إنهم يجرؤون على الحديث: الناس والمؤسسات يواجهون اللوبي الإسرائيلي
ويستبورت، كونيتيكت: لورانس هيل وشركاه، 1985
كان عضو الكونغرس الراحل بول فيندلي (1921-2019) عضواً جمهورياً في الكونغرس من إلينوي. مسقط رأسه كانت جاكسونفيل. مثل العديد من سكان الغرب الأوسط الآخرين، كان أسلافه مزيجاً من اليانكيز وسكان بنسلفانيا الذين أنشأوا حضارة في البرية. (more…)