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Gruesome Harvest is a book by Ralph Franklin Keeling that was the first of its kind. It makes a strong dual moral and geopolitical case for the good treatment of Germans after the war. It did so in 1947 during the Morgenthau Plan, when most Americans had no idea what was happening in Germany, and …

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In response to this image, Morgoth’s Review says: “The desecration of Tolkien reveals that modern script writers have no understanding at all of power which isn’t purely material and physical. All they know is ”Galadriel is powerful” and think ”That means she can fight like a man”. This then undermines the crass feminism of the …

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There is a review of The Populist Delusion on this web site: https://www.conservativewoman.co.uk/has-democracy-had-its-day/ It’s a nice review. I’m going to review the comments. Lyn N says: “The ‘choice’ we’re offered on our ballot paper is bogus, the argument goes. The system is designed so that any result suits the ruling elite.“ True. Given the cancel …

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This edition of Book Notes will cover The Years of Great Silence by J. Otto Pohl. You can buy the book here: https://cup.columbia.edu/book/the-years-of-great-silence/9783838216300 You can find the author on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGDA_3w0-mqywO9MS-eq1Gg You can also find interviews about the book here and here: The first three chapters describe the research processes used to create the …

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The Distributist articulated very well my initial reaction to hearing the possibility of Roe v Wade being overturned. My initial reaction was “Oh no. This is going to undermine our narrative.” The Distributist made a similar comment shortly after this timestamp: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fED-O5cd83o&t=2800s “And in many ways, it creates a huge narrative problem for us.” It’s …

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The Nick Fuentes clique is currently experiencing a meltdown in which many of the key figures in his organization are dissociating from Fuentes. Since I’ve commented negatively on Fuentes to some extent, it is worth writing a bit about my perspective on Fuentes and America First. Anyone who has followed me for even a little …

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The Virus House is a book by David Irving that chronicles the atomic research program of the Third Reich in detail. I was inspired to read this book after a reference to it appeared in this poast: THREE SEVEN MAFIA The ARMAGEDDON Fraternity This author has – avid subscribers to these platforms as well as …

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Elon Musk completed his purchase of Twitter, which is now a private company owned entirely by one individual. Elon Musk is an interesting man, because he is a capitalist, a true “captain of industry,” as opposed to a mere executive and manager. The capitalist with both great personal wealth and direct control over an important …

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Ukrainian Nationalism is a 2019 book by Matthew Raphael Johnson, a PHD former professor and Russian Orthodox nationalist. First, I must say that the book is not particularly well written. The author provides an excuse in the introduction, but beyond the egregious spelling mistakes, the book is barely edited at all. Whereas Snyder’s book had …

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The Reconstruction of Nations is a book by Timothy Snyder, a libtard and philosemite, whose book nevertheless offers interesting insights on the development of nationalism in the Eastern European countries of the former Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. The core idea of the first part of the book is that linguistic (ethnic) nationalisms based on pre-modern… Read more