Category Archives: Race Realism

The Casey Report

Wisconsin Food for thought: because of the crippling legacy of racism, slavery, and segregation, a recent study found that Wisconsin is the worst state in the country for black children, followed by Mississippi, which is followed by Michigan. “A new … Continue reading

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Europeans Have Grown Whiter In Past 5,000 Years

Europe I was under the impression this was impossible. The anti-racists have told us that we are exactly the same as other races. We are “equal” to them in every measurable way. Evolution stopped in the human species at an … Continue reading

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Caribbean Project: Review: Haiti’s Bad Press

Haiti Haiti’s Bad Press: Origins, Development, and Consequences by the anthropologist Robert Lawless can be summed up as another one of the “rose-tinted accounts of the civilization and progress of Hayti” mentioned by Sir Spenser St. John. In this case, Lawless … Continue reading

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Caribbean Project: African-American Colonization In Haiti

Haiti There are few topics more dear to the heart of White Nationalists than the dream of colonizing African-Americans in a foreign country. I’ve spent the last month researching Haiti which was founded as the world’s first black republic in … Continue reading

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Caribbean Project: Review: Hayti, or, The Black Republic

Haiti Even today, Sir Spenser St. John’s Hayti, or, The Black Republic still enjoys a reputation as the most negative book ever written about Haiti. Spenser St. John served as the British consul in Haiti for thirteen years in the 1860s … Continue reading

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Caribbean Project: Who Is Mats Lundahl?

Haiti There comes a point in every critical investigation when you either admit failure or strike pay dirt. In the course of OD’s Caribbean Project, we have drilled through the leftist apologies, the pop histories, eye witness accounts, regional histories, … Continue reading

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Caribbean Project: Review: One Island, Two Peoples, Two Histories

Haiti In racialist circles, Jared Diamond is known for his bestselling 1999 book Guns, Germs, and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies which attempts to explain the rise of Europe and the stagnation of black Africa through environmental determinism. Until recently, … Continue reading

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Caribbean Project: Review: Where Black Rules White – A Journey Across and About Hayti

Haiti Hesketh Prichard’s Where Black Rules White: A Journey Across and About Hayti is a travelogue written by a British explorer who set out in 1899 to become the first European to cross the interior of Haiti since the defeat of the … Continue reading

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Black History Month 2014: The Plain of Cul-de-Sac

Haiti The year is 1899. Hesketh Prichard, a British explorer, adventurer, and travel writer, has arrived in Haiti to see with his own eyes the land where “the law of the world is reversed, and the Black man rules.” It … Continue reading

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Caribbean Project: Review: Haiti: The Tumultuous History – From Pearl of the Caribbean to Broken Nation

Haiti Philippe Girard’s Haiti: The Tumultuous History – From Pearl of the Caribbean to Broken Nation is easily the best of the most recent popular histories of Haiti in the English language. Although it is a shorter book, Girard’s concise treatment … Continue reading

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