Category Archives: Christianity

Abolition and Racial Equality

New England Here’s an excerpt below from Paul Goodman’s Of One Blood: Abolitionism and the Origins of Racial Equality. I’m really enjoying this book. There is a lot of good stuff in here – really, too much to post highlights … Continue reading

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Who Is Professor Steven Lance Stoll?

Florida Merry Christmas! – Google Search Results SNN has a new article on Professor Steven Lance Stoll, a Jewish homosexual from Akron, OH, who is a sociologist at Florida State College and who led the fight to rename Nathan Bedford … Continue reading

Posted in American South, Anti-Racism, Anti-White, Christianity, Diversity, Dixie, History, Homosexuals, Negroes, PC, Politics, Progressives, Race Relations, Racism | Tagged , | 13 Comments

Hanging Out With White Mormons, Part II

Illinois I’m currently in Nauvoo, Illinois, the sacred Mississippi River town of the LDS – Latter Day Saints, the Mormons. There is lots of history, pageants, wholesome musical shows, and lots and lots of White people, easily 1,000 here. Everything … Continue reading

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Can Christianity Save Us?

Dixie Over at Counter-Currents, Matt Parrott and Gregory Hood are debating the merits of Christianity to the project of saving the White race. Naturally, I see this issue through the lens of Southern Nationalism, and I have explained on many … Continue reading

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Florida League Protests American Atheists Monument

Florida SNN has a podcast about the Florida League’s protest in Bradford County this weekend. The Blaze also has some coverage of this. “We reject outsiders coming to Florida—especially from outside what we refer to as the Bible Belt—and trying … Continue reading

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Atheism Forever

California H/T Trad Youth As Mark Thomey said this weekend, “they just ain’t like us”: Note: I’m still not sure what to make of religion, but I know this much, this guy does not share my culture. For all the … Continue reading

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Amurrica Series: Washington, DC Churches Celebrate Demise of Christian Marriage

District of Corruption This is worthy of the Amurrica Series: “WASHINGTON (CBSDC/AP) — The National Cathedral is pealing its church bells, along with some other Washington churches, to celebrate the Supreme Court’s decisions on gay marriage. Cathedral spokesman Richard Weinberg … Continue reading

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Review: America Aflame

United States, 1834-1876 David Goldfield’s America Aflame: How The Civil War Created a Nation is a sweeping antiwar take on the Civil War era and a throwback to Avery Craven’s “blundering generation” thesis. Goldfield sets the “Civil War” with the Confederacy … Continue reading

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Review: The Other Irish

Dixie Karen F. McCarthy’s The Other Irish: The Scots-Irish Rascals Who Made America is a sweeping social history of the Scots-Irish that focuses on their contributions to American culture. The story begins in northern Ireland during the Dark Ages when a … Continue reading

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Scots-Irish Project: Religion and the Frontier Experience

Dixie Here are some excerpts from The Other Irish: The Scots-Irish Rascals Who Made America which sheds light on how Scots-Irish Presbyterians evolved into Baptists and Methodists in America: “When they came swarming across the sea, embittered by religious bigotry of … Continue reading

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