Category Archives: post-Christian rationalism

Ponies, Politics, and the Eternal Romance

This brings us to the necessity of concluding that the upholders of mere dialectic, whether they appear in this modern form or in another, are among the most subversive enemies of society and culture. They are attacking an ultimate source … Continue reading

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Counter-Revolutions Start in the Hearts of Men

Welcome be your sentence–I am weary of your yoke of iron. A light beams on my soul. Wo to those who seek justice in the dark haunts of mystery and of cruelty! She dwells in the broad blaze of the … Continue reading

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European Pietas

I believe in the validity of my racial identity and treasure the continuity of my national traditions. I believe in, and honour, all those time-hallowed values and factors which have led us to greatness in the past, and which if … Continue reading

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The Satanic Core of the Liberals’ ‘Niceness’

It is a dreadful part of the example, that infernal malevolence has had pious apologists, who read their lectures on frailties in favour of crimes; who abandoned the weak, and court the friendship of the wicked. To root out these … Continue reading

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Sacred to the Memory Of

Home! That was what they meant, those caressing appeals, those soft touches wafted through the air, those invisible little hands pulling and tugging, all one way! Why, it must be quite close by him at that moment, his old home… … Continue reading

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White Skins – White Souls

After many, many years there came a king’s son into that land: and an old man told him the story of the thicket of thorns; and how a beautiful palace stood behind it, and how a wonderful princess, called Briar … Continue reading

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The Day Is Ours

Blessed be the Lord my strength, which teacheth my hands to war, and my fingers to fight– -Psalm 144 For many years, from 1917 to 1956, whoever was head of the Russian Communist Party was the liberals’ pope and Russia … Continue reading

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