Monthly Archives: May 2009

Smoking Out Auster

At VFR, Lawrence Auster chides a Randroid for his failure to ”appreciate what I am trying to do” which is articulating a “modus vivendi” that will prevent “the non-tribal ideal (from going) down the tubes.” So, after all his bloviating about liberalism and … Continue reading

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Raimondo, Libertarians, and Paleos

Feel free to cross post this elsewhere. As I pointed out to Evan McLaren last night, the disabling of the comment section at Takimag was about more than simple irritation with Captainchaos and friends trolling multiple threads. Justin Raimondo, John … Continue reading

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Blood and Politics

My copy of Leonard Zeskind’s Blood and Politics: The History of the White Nationalist Movement from the Margins to the Mainstream arrived via UPS this afternoon. So far it doesn’t seem to be generating much attention in the mainstream press … Continue reading

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White Nationalism at Takimag

Richard Spencer writes: What’s most important is that whites have instituted the PC regime on themselves (and rigorously enforce and maintain it). No alien power or coalition of disgruntled minorities have forced whites to act is such stupid ways and … Continue reading

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I haven’t seen any evidence that your “product” has fared any better in the “marketplace” than the racialist standard fare at Stormfront, Majority Rights, VNN, etc. In this way, you remind me a lot of Ian Jobling: he is also … Continue reading

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Inglourious Basterds

I saw the preview to this last night while watching the new Star Trek movie. I expect your reaction will be the same as mine. In Nazi-occupied France during World War II, a group of Jewish-American soldiers known as “The … Continue reading

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Fading Away

… my interest in online media such as blogs and forums. I haven’t posted seriously anywhere for almost a year now; more so in recent months than ever before. That’s not likely to change anytime soon. It seems like everything … Continue reading

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