Monthly Archives: March, 2013

Letter to the ADL re Merlin Miller and the American Freedom Party

American Freedom Party 9811 W. Charleston Blvd. Suite 2-441 Las Vegas, NV 89117       National Chairman: William D. Johnson, Esq.  Executive Director: Don Wassall, Esq. Board of Directors: Kevin MacDonald, Ph.D. Tom Sunic, Ph.D. Dr. Adrian H. Krieg Virginia Abernethy, Ph.D. James Edwards Alex Carmichael, Esq. Harry Bertram  Membership Coordinator: Jamie Kelso   […]

The War on Easter

Editorial Note: This article is a slightly edited version of an article that appeared last year at Easter.  A teaching that does not come out of Nordic blood and carry Nordic spirit cannot spread itself among Nordic races. Since Christianity had become a successful religion for two thousand years only among Nordic races (not among Jews) […]

Jewish groups endorse immigration amnesty/surge

The fact that Jewish groups are in favor of amnesty for illegal immigrants is about as newsworthy as a report that the sun rose in the east today. But the wording of a letter organized by the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society and sent by over 100 Jewish organizations to President Obama and Congress bears mentioning. Specifically, it notes that “American […]

Review of Paul Gottfried’s War and Democracy

War and Democracy Paul Gottfried London: Arktos Media, 2012; 167pp. Available at Arktos Media and Amazon. Paul Gottfried is an important voice on the right. War and Democracy, a collection of his essays published between 1975 and 2012, bears that out. Dissident History Perhaps what struck me the most is his grasp of history and his ability […]

Psychological Mechanisms of White Dispossession

I discuss three mechanisms basic to the psychology of White dispossession — runaway displays of White guilt and abasement, social learning, and being a member of a moral ingroup. Self-interest is often front and center, or at least in the background. For example, it’s pretty clear that many if not most Whites who make effusive declarations of allegiance to […]

Profiting from Eugenics: The case of Shabazz Muhammad

Eugenics has always verged on common sense for evolutionists. Recently evolutionary psychologist Geoffrey Miller commented on China’s policy of taking eugenics seriously by “creating the world’s highest-quality human capital in terms of the Chinese population’s genes, health, and education.” As a result, the Chinese now have invested in cutting edge genetic research and are moving […]

Flight of the Dragon

Editors’s Note: Michael Colhaze’s articles reminds us once again that the Spanish Civil War represents one possible scenario of the future. Previously on TOO, Jonas De Geer recounted this “successful nationalist revolution,” noting that the standard narrative has long been that of a military coup against a democratic government and the noble Spanish people, supported by foreign idealists, heroically fighting […]

Ian Tattersall on Stephen Jay Gould

The great thing about being a liberal/radical academic is that even falsifying data isn’t enough to seriously tarnish one’s reputation. Franz Boas’s finagling of his data on the skull shapes of immigrants in pursuit of his ethnopolitical agenda certainly hasn’t hurt his reputation, and Ian Tattersall’s remembrance of Stephen Jay Gould in the current issue of Natural […]

Was soll man lesen? (Teil 2)

Was soll man lesen? (Teil 2) Charles Krafft, “NVA Dinner Set,” 2012 2,022 words Übersetzt von Auziwandilaz Literatur: Harold Covington Lassen wir die politische Plausibilität oder den post-historischen Wahrheitsgehalt von Covingtons Romanen, die vom weißen Unabhängigkeitskrieg zu Beginn des 21. Jahrhunderts im pazifischen Nordwesten handeln, beiseite. Was wichtig ist, aus Covingtons Prosa herausgehoben zu werden, […]

Giving away the farm. Why?

A frequent preoccupation of our ilk (TOO) is why Europeans and N. Americans of Euro stock have so easily allowed Europe and N. America to be invaded by so many immigrants from around the world.  After all, it’s not as though they first sent armies to conquer us, à la Genghis Khan. The Indians were […]

Lawrence Auster on the Role of Jews in the Dispossession of White, Christian America

Lawrence Auster is one of those rare Jews (Paul Gottfried is another) who seems to have an appreciation for the traditional people and culture of America and an understanding of the role of Jews in White dispossession — not that Auster and I haven’t had our disagreements (“Lawrence Auster gets unhinged”).  Auster recently posted a […]

Review of Kerry Bolton’s “Revolution from Above”

Revolution from Above by Kerry Bolton Arktos Media 2011, 258 pages, $27 Available from Arktos Media and Amazon Why is it that the ”Left” in its various guises — Communists, anti-fascists, feminists, advocates of multiculturalism and other enemies of traditional European civilization — have, as a rule, considerable resources at their disposal? Why are such […]

Ron Unz on Janet Mertz

It is likely dawning on Ron Unz that writing a solid, well researched article that conflicts with Jewish interests is fraught with peril. If nothing else, there will be no end of carpings and criticisms — assuming it’s not completely ignored. The minimal goal in such attacks is to render the article in question “controversial” so […]

Napoleon Chagnon and the Struggle for Scientific Anthropology

Evolutionary anthropologist Napoleon Chagnon’s new book, Noble Savages: My Life Among Two Dangerous Tribes—The Yanomamö and the Anthropologists, is creating a considerable stir because it (gasp!) reiterates his findings that the behavior of the Yanomamö tribe  of the Amazon basin was a good fit with an evolutionary model. In his review, Nick Romeo summarizes the central […]

Pariah to Messiah: The Engineered Apotheosis of Baruch Spinoza — A Postscript on the Acceptance of “Jewish Genius” by Non-Jews

Go to Part 1. It’s interesting that the emphasis on Jewish identity and origins in the case of Spinoza is quite the opposite of that found among the intellectual movements discussed in The Culture of Critique, doubtless because the theories were promoted within a scientific framework in which ethnic interests and identifications would be seen as illegitimate.— […]

Pariah to Messiah: The Engineered Apotheosis of Baruch Spinoza, Part 3 of 3

Go to Part 1. The Apotheosis of Baruch Spinoza Influenced by the sentiments of their own people, the majority of Jewish academics have long held and advanced a view of Spinoza strikingly at odds with that held by non-Jewish academics. Over time, however, the internal intellectual consistency and dedication of a core of Jewish academics […]

Pariah to Messiah: The Engineered Apotheosis of Baruch Spinoza, Part 2 of 3

Go to Part 1. The Jewish Reclamation of Spinoza To understand the shift in Jewish attitudes to Spinoza, one must take into account the birth of the concept of the ‘secular Jew,’ and the corresponding development of surrogate intellectual and cultural movements in which ‘Jewishness’ was divorced from Judaism and yet survived and thrived post […]

Pariah to Messiah: The Engineered Apotheosis of Baruch Spinoza, Part 1 of 3

A recurring theme here at TOO has been the monitoring of ethnic networking in efforts to establish Jewish figures in positions of scientific, academic, artistic or cultural pre-eminence. Erudite studies by several writers, particularly Kevin Macdonald (a major theme of The Culture of Critique) and Brenton Sanderson, have shed light on individual cases (e.g., Boas, […]

The Misplaced Minister: Ireland and Israel’s Alan Shatter

For the past two years Ireland’s immigration policy has been in the hands of Alan Shatter, a Jew and an outspoken partisan of Israel. Alan Shatter, born and bred in Dublin of Jewish immigrants from Eastern Europe, has made it Irish policy to increase Third World immigration to the Emerald Isle. As Minister of Justice, […]