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Sunday, November 2, 2014

The Destruction of the People

The problem only begins where one locks together two, three, four or more different and incompatible cultures in the same country, so they are crammed together, but do not belong together. 

A translation of a speech given in 2012 by German center-right political activist Manfred Kleine-Hartlage.

It is not automatic, and it does not happen by chance, that people indeed manage to live together peacefully and orderly; it is an astonishing wonder that they do. Every culture is a fine network of thousands and thousands of largely unwritten rules, values, shared memories, shared beliefs. Every culture is a unique, specific answer to the question of how people do it, and when I say “unique”, then that means inevitably these answers vary: there are cultures in which the family clan and its unconditional cohesion is the basis of society, which protects individuals, and there are on the other hand individualistically-influenced cultures like ours, in which you trust the state and the laws to provide this protection, and which relies on everyone else doing the same. There are cultures in which the ability and willingness to use force has prestige value, and there are cultures like ours in which violence is outlawed. There are cultures in which yielding is considered a sign of weakness, and there are cultures like ours, in which conflicts are regarded as mere differences of opinion, which are at best discharged discursively and at worst in court. 

Might Whites Have Interests Too?

White Americans, decedents of the historical founders, need to realize that however much they resist it or hide it, they are a people too. And like any people, have interests. For starters, what they’ve inherited is with worth preserving, nay, worth fighting for.

Silly seasons, they are upon us again. This is not in reference to the gripping midterm elections. I am referring to the succession of holidays that close out the end of the year: Halloween, Thanks Giving, and Christmas. Once celebrated widely and enthusiastically, our American holidays have become targets of the iconoclasts, multicultural, politically correct forces that are allowed to shout down the majority. And even the most innocent and silly holiday has come under fire.

Saturday, April 26, 2014


Essay by Michael McGregor 
White identity is the biological and cultural heritage of Europe – not the cultural heritage of '90s cartoons and boy bands. Being White means sharing ancestry with the men who discovered the stars, created the greatest works of art known to humanity, and conquered the known world.

There is little doubt that an authentic, White identity is the greatest taboo in modern Western society. But there is one form of inauthentic White identity, intrinsically tied to popular culture, that is allowed by polite society—because it mocks Whites for being uncool and out of touch.

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Has Obamacare bent the healthcare "Cost-Curve?"

The claims made by the President and his administration were hasty, superficial, and questionable.

Last week at a press conference at the White House, the President took a" moment" to revel in the apparent success of Obamacare by touting the number of new sign-ups and the decrease in medical spending that has been taking place over the past few years. Of course, full credit was auspiciously given the Affordable Care Act.
The first open enrollment period under this law ended a little over two weeks ago. And as more data comes in, we now know that the number of Americans who’ve signed up for private insurance in the marketplaces has grown to 8 million people -- 8 million people. Thirty-five percent of people who enrolled through the federal marketplace are under the age of 35. All told, independent experts now estimate that millions of Americans who were uninsured have gained coverage this year -- with millions more to come next year and the year after.

We’ve also seen signs that the Affordable Care Act is bringing economic security to more Americans. Before this law added new transparency and competition to the individual market, folks who bought insurance on their own regularly saw double-digit increases in their premiums. That was the norm. And while we suspect that premiums will keep rising, as they have for decades, we also know that since the law took effect health care spending has risen more slowly than at any time in the past 50 years.

Monday, April 21, 2014

Christianity Is Destined To Change China

 Roman history could be prologue to China’s future.
While academics and the policy wonks in the US attend their regularly scheduled meetings on how to contain and peacefully coexist with China, some citizens in China meet regularly too. If we use history as our standard, this group of Chinese citizens is likely to have more of an effect on the future of China than a thousand Kissingers. 

Sunday, April 13, 2014

The Birth of Prudence (A Novel about Western Man and His Identity and Civilization).

The Birth of Prudence is that rare product of the Dissident Right—something that addresses the core questions of our collapsing world without coming off as shrill, hysterical, or inhumane. Instead, the book treats life as it is—messy, paradoxical, and difficult. But despite all that—it’s uncompromising.

It’s not just that the personal is political. It’s that the personal determines the political.

First-time author Ryan Andrews attacks some of the most difficult questions facing Western Man in The Birth of Prudence—just published by Books ($19.99). This is a novel that is going to make you uncomfortable, uneasy, and maybe even outraged. But it’s a story that cannot be ignored.

The eponymous Prudence is a Korean-American university student who identiļ¬es with the glory of Western Civilization. She is a perfect example of what Establishment conservatives would consider the ideal—a foreigner who has come to identify with the West as a concept, as an abstract construct. And of course, there is much legitimacy to her approach—after all, as Prudence says, beyond the questions raised by the great minds of Greece and Rome, “there is nothing more worth knowing.” 

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

A Sidewalk Encounter

“There have always been more fools than teachers in this world.”

Once there was a young man who felt blessed to be living in the time that he was. Every day he was thankful that he was a part of what truly was the early beginning of a new era. His instructions at the university taught him many new things that heretofore had been unknown. With new knowledge and understanding, his perception and awareness of the world went through profound changes. He made it a point to teach and share to all this new knowledge and understanding.

One day, the young man was walking through town and noticed an old man sitting beside the sidewalk. This wasn’t the first or the second time he noticed the old man. This particular time he pitied him more than at any one before.

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