The White Nationalist Skinhead Movement – A Book Review

It is always a source of great interest and pleasure for me when someone I am acquainted with, and have built up some degree of friendship with, surprises me by doing something remarkable and something that makes them stand out from the crowd for all the right reasons, as a person of substance, and it has therefore been with keen interest that I have recently devoured the kind of book that I would not normally…

Marriage Laws and the Principles of Breeding

Richard Walther Darré, (1895-1953), was head of the department of Rassen und Siedlugsamt [Race and Settlement] in the SS in 1931. He became Minister of Agriculture for the German Reich in 1933, and Reichsbauernführer [Reich’s Peasant Leader] in 1934. This article primarily consists of extensive excerpts from a chapter entitled, ‘Die Grundgedanken der Zuchtaufgaben und die Ehegesetze’ [Marriage Laws and the Principles of Breeding] from a book entitled, ‘Neuadel aus Blut und Boden’ [A New…

Schoolboys at Auschwitz

Imagine a school field trip in which a class of sixteen year-olds is taken to visit the fossil filled coastal cliffs of Dorset near Lulworth and Kimmeridge. As the group of students explore the rock strata composing the cliffs, many of them discover the shells of extinct molluscs and some even find belemnites and ammonites, all of which are labelled and placed in specimen bags to be taken back to their class rooms for further…

“Rhodes Must Fall”

“Remember that you are an Englishman, and have consequently won first prize in the lottery of life.” said Cecil Rhodes, self made millionaire, Prime Minister of Cape Colony, founder of Rhodesia, patriot, imperialist, and creator of the Rhodes Scholarships at Oxford. It is that last achievement which now lies at the centre of a continuing controversy in Oxford, and more particularly at Oriel College which was a major beneficiary of Rhodes’ generosity and now houses…

Yuletide for European Unity

Whether you are made aware of the impending winter solstice by the encroaching cold, the darkening days, the obligatory festive music or the incessant stream of Christmas memes on social media, you will no doubt have an opinion on it. While neo-pagan acquaintances will be sure to insist on the pagan origin of the seasonal celebration, Christian friends will remind you of the birth of Jesus Christ and its importance to our culture. Atheists and…

The Victorian Origins of Feminism

In the second half of the 19th century, women were a legally privileged class in Great Britain. Bax’s analysis destroys the credibility of the puerile feminist narrative of male oppression. Women, at the apex of Victorianism, ruled men with an iron hand. Belfort Bax, a socialist writer the leftist regime has gone to great length to repress, proved through a simple analysis of Victorian law (both statutes and common) showing this thesis, if anything, is…

Intimations of Cosmotheism: Aviation, the Cosmos, and the Future of Man

AVIATION AND ASTRONAUTICS were once my prime interests. As a student pilot, at the age of 20, when aviation was much more dangerous than it is today, I concluded that if I could fly for ten years before being killed in a crash, I would be willing to trade an ordinary lifetime for that experience. In the ’30s, I assisted Robert Goddard, the father of spatial conquests. Standing with him on New Mexico plains at…

Merkelzilla Attacks

Angela is asleep in bed having a terrible nightmare, the same one that has visited her repeatedly ever since she was a small girl. Gas chambers, death ovens, Jewish soap, lampshades made of skin, human experimentation, unprecedented evil on earth committed in the name of her country and people by her country and people. She will always remember that day in school, scalded into her consciousness as permanently as any physical burn could ever be.…

My Honour is Loyalty

As the days draw in around Autumn and move towards Winter, we in Britain, Europe and the Northern Hemisphere begin to think of the way Nature sheds its old forms. Travelling in its inexorable way towards closure, it’s entirely appropriate that we should be reminded of past lives and times, as if by some hidden hand, we also find ourselves commemorating the dead from two world wars. Nevertheless, in recent years a controversy has broken…

Is it Time for the Rehabilitation of National Socialism?

There are many forms of nationalism that have evolved to meet a variety of needs throughout history and depending upon one’s perspective and the circumstances prevailing at the time, they have been variously viewed as: heroic liberating movements, at one end of the scale; as movements of oppression and genocide at the other extreme; and every shade in between. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, as they say. In Germany during the 1930s,…