Monthly Archives: January 2011

The Ashkenazi Revolution

A commenter, known as “latte island”, brought “The Ashkenazi Revolution” to my attention a while back.  The book was published in Israel in 1964 and was banned there – or, at least, suppressed and condemned.  Today, it is almost impossible … Continue reading

Posted in Jewish stuff and Israel | 25 Comments

Economic hardship takes toll on white shopping

Just recently I entered one of my favorite grocery stores and noticed numerous large signs stating “ALL SALES FINAL”, “WIC COUPONS NOT ACCEPTED” and “CHECKS NOT ACCEPTED”.  My assumption was that these sudden changes of policy had been implemented in … Continue reading

Posted in government/corporate discrimination against whites, pan-nationalism and multi-culturalism, racial differences and how they manifest themselves/race science | 8 Comments

MLK day – a "long weekend"

Errin Haines writes, in an AP story: Many use the King holiday to celebrate King’s life and struggle for human rights. Some choose to honor King by following the Baptist preacher’s example of service to their fellow man. For others, … Continue reading

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Wishful thinking versus reality

Sometimes we fool ourselves and give credit where credit is not due.  While browsing the FCC’s website, I found that they actually link to (among other things) a review of the book “A Manifesto for Media Freedom” by Brian Anderson … Continue reading

Posted in examples of propaganda, freedom of speech issues, government/corporate discrimination against whites, libertarian thought | 3 Comments

The religion of miscegenation and of anti-miscegenation

We are all familiar with the religion of miscegenation; it’s generally a thinly veiled wish for the destruction of whites as a race.  But I now realize that there’s also a religion of anti-miscegenation.  This may seem odd, coming from … Continue reading

Posted in miscegenation, politics and attitudes of the pro-white movements | 9 Comments

Africans in Thailand

Sagat has posted an interesting article about Africans in Thailand.  If the Asians are smart, they’ll nip this in the bud before it gets out of hand: An article in the Bangkok Post details the Thai police’s efforts to crack … Continue reading

Posted in pan-nationalism and multi-culturalism, racial differences and how they manifest themselves/race science | 22 Comments

Why do whites discriminate against blacks?

We often hear tales of discrimination against blacks, and these tales are invariably used to justify the current anti-white status-quo.  Whether the incident makes news headlines or whether it was just a minor personal experience, they tend to accumulate within the … Continue reading

Posted in activism, politics and attitudes of the pro-white movements, racial differences and how they manifest themselves/race science | 17 Comments

Naughty heroes

This is a piece I wrote a while back, but wasn’t sure I wanted to post on the blog – partly because I am not certain I agree with it 100% myself.  But, since I have nothing else lined up … Continue reading

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Mass murders of the 20th century and the Talmud

Somebody posted the following off-topic comment (which I deleted): I know this is off topic but i found a blogspot you might enjoy or might not caesartort.blogspot.com/ The heading reads “The West’s Darkest Hour” and I get the impression, reading through … Continue reading

Posted in Jewish stuff and Israel, politics and attitudes of the pro-white movements | 17 Comments

My first encounter with a "geniza"

The word “geniza” may be familiar to some of you because of the remarkable discovery of the “Cairo Geniza” in the 19th century.  Literally, “geniza” means “a place of burial” – but not of bodies.  It is a place where … Continue reading

Posted in Jewish stuff and Israel | 2 Comments