Category Archives: Literature

The Marxist Attack on Hindu Nationalism

The Marxist Attack on Hindu Nationalism Donald Thoresen 4,011 words Koenraad Elst Return of the Swastika: Hate and Hysteria versus Hindu Sanity London: Arktos, 2015 Hindu nationalism is perhaps the largest and most successful nationalist movement in the world. They … Continue reading

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Support Our Authors: Peer Reviews

Support Our Authors We have many qualified and brilliant Writers, in many different genre’s, it is important that they All be supported by all of us. One way to do this, is to write Reviews (intelligent and comprehensive) for your … Continue reading

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Rise of The West: Countdown Sale on Kindle Now

Rise of The West: Countdown Sale on Kindle Now COUNTDOWN SALE ON KINDLE: $9.99 – 14.00 Click on Cover or Here

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Remembering Rudyard Kipling: December 30, 1865 to January 18, 1936

Remembering Rudyard Kipling: December 30, 1865 to January 18, 1936 Greg Johnson   John Collier, Portrait of Rudyard Kipling, circa 1891 1,401 words Nobel Prize-winning poet and novelist Rudyard Kipling was born on this day in 1865. For an introduction … Continue reading

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Rise Of The West: Maurice Bardèche’s Vision of the Future, Part 1

Maurice Bardèche’s Vision of the Future, Part 1 George F. Held Ph. D. Translator’s Preface to Maurice  Bardèche’s Nuremberg or the Promised Land, edited for TOO Maurice Bardèche’s Nuremberg or the Promised Land was the first extended critique of the Nuremberg … Continue reading

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Rise Of The West: Mors Ante Infamiam

Mors Ante Infamiam H/T Acts of Will Thought must be the harder, heart the keener Spirit shall be more – as our might lessens. There lies our chief all cut down, Good man on the ground; for ever may he … Continue reading

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Escape Into Realism: Arthur Bridgman

Portrait of The Day The Harem Boats ~ Arthur Bridgman ~

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The Birth of Understanding: Intolerance

D. W. Griffith’s Intolerance (1916) Andrew Hamilton 1,158 words I knew I had to watch Intolerance, a classic movie in its own right, in conjunction with The Birth of a Nation because it is invariably described as director D. W. … Continue reading

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Magna Carta: Origins Of A Commonwealth

Background to the Magna Carta Andrew Joyce The first point to bear in mind in that Magna Carta was a document produced by the nobles and presented to the monarch — in this case, King John. In this sense we … Continue reading

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Poetics Of The Day: Brian Taylor

Brian Taylor ~ Poet Brian Taylor is a Poet and philosopher who lives in Cornwall, England and the Far East. [Editor’s Note: We recieved a beautiful poem regarding the person of a recent Post on the Death of Dominique Venner, and … Continue reading

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