In the latest example of a seemingly never-ending torrent of abuse directed towards Aryan American history Reuters is reporting that: ‘Workers on Wednesday dismantled a towering statue of President Theodore Roosevelt from outside New York City's American Museum of Natural History. The "Equestrian Statue of Theodore Roosevelt," commissioned in 1925
Magna Carta – first composed and signed in England in 1215 – is famously the foundation of much of the Constitution of the United States of America. (1) What isn’t usually acknowledged however is that while Magna Carta was to ‘enshrine fundamental liberties in law’ and created a proto-democratic legal precedent.
The role of jews in the anti-Apartheid and pro-Communist movements, particularly the African National Congress (better known as the ANC), in South Africa has largely been ignored by those who seek to challenge the present genocidal ‘government’ of South Africa. To write a longer exposition of the significant jewish overrepresentation
When it comes to pointless and self-defeat storms in a teacup then jews really are in a league of their own. The latest ‘anti-Semitism’ bit of hysteria surrounds the jewish-owned and run Instagram app because – according to Juliet Norman at the ‘New York Post’ – of the following: ‘“Old School,” which
Diodorus Siculus is a name largely lost in the swirling mists of history; forgotten to almost all except scholars and specialists but yet Diodorus is one of the most important historians of Western civilisation before the advent of Imperial Rome. For example, we derive much of our textual knowledge of
The murder of the Tsar Nicholas II of Russia and his family on the 17th July 1918 was one of several epoch-defining moments that occurred in the 20th century the murder was that acted as motivational element for nationalists across Europe: in particular in Germany where the nascent National Socialist
By J. Pound Ressentiment, slave morality, inversion of values – Nietzsche’s concepts clearly define the predominating values of Western media, cultural institutions, academia, and subcultures. I first read Nietzsche’s 'Genealogy of Morals' as an undergraduate student, and the irony of it is that Nietzsche was loved and promoted by