The Global Nation

The modern era, beginning with Christopher Columbus’ discovery of the Americas, has been characterized by more and more interconnection and blurring between the world’s societies. This phenomenon has only grown in intensity over time with the rise of technologies such as mass transport and telecommunications, but also intellectual developments such as the rise of internationalist and anti-national ideologies. We may define globalism as the tendency, both conscious and unconscious, towards the destruction of distinct and autonomous nations and states in favor, allegedly, of a harmonious global society and polity. Globalism ignores the reality of racial differences and powerful nature of ethnic identity, two factors which are at the root of the inevitable tensions and conflicts to be found in all multiracial and multiethnic societies.

There are powerful material factors favoring the breakdown of national borders. There are efficiency gains in people being able to work and trade across borders. There is furthermore an understandable push by the billions of humans living in the miserable conditions of the Third World to enter our countries so as to enjoy a more comfortable and secure life. A nostalgic conservatism or reflexive inertia is then not enough to stop these pressures. Even Japan, still largely homogeneous, is starting to see significant numbers of phenotypically-distinct immigrants (especially Indians and Filipinos). An Indian man even recently won a local election in Tokyo. Rather, immigration must be opposed with a conscious and principled counter-force in the name of the economic and social well-being of the native— the preservation of their cultural and genetic identity and their sovereignty.

In the wake of the World War II, internationalists quite reasonably sought to limit conflict between states by embedding them in a web of international institutions (such as the United Nations, the World Trade Organization, and the European Union) and trade relations, as well as a common hegemonic liberal-democratic ideology. This, it was hoped, would create a community of interests making war between great nations unthinkable.

The postwar statesmen who established these international institutions, such as Dwight Eisenhower or Konrad Adenauer, did not have in mind the destruction of their respective nations. Rather, following the absolute carnage of ethnic warfare in Eastern Europe, these men generally saw the existence of distinctive, homogeneous nation-states as a factor for peace. The innumerable ethnic conflicts in the Third World, Yugoslavia, or the former Soviet Union, and the intractable tensions and conflicts in all multiracial societies, suggest their attitude was well-founded.

Whatever the merits of postwar internationalism, this ideology has since radicalized into an outright anti-national globalism. In the past, globalist ideology was always, somewhat paradoxically, mediated by national elites. Race-denying ideology, pro-minority legislation, the opening of economic borders, and, most fatefully, mass immigration and multiculturalism were all implemented, within Western nations, by particular national elites in a particular national cultural (notably linguistic) and political context.

Particular national elites, often with significant Jewish participation, most notably in the United States, France, and Great Britain, pioneered such approaches. The most striking examples of this might be Bill Clinton and Tony Blair who, at the high-point of globalist self-confidence in the 1990s, had psychologically already accepted and were promoting a world without any borders and without homogeneous (Western) nations. Alternatively, Western nations have also adopted globalism in imitation of their peers. In particular, Germany and most southern and eastern European countries have imported globalist practices in order to be accepted by other Western nations, whether for reasons to do with economics, geopolitics, or mere prestige and fashion.

In recent years however, there has been a novel development: the existence of globalist elites within particular nations who have stronger ties with each other than the nations they reside in. In the past, globalist elites were educated in their own national language, consumed their own media, and generally worked in their own country. This is no longer the case. There is a rapidly-growing ‘frequent-flier class’ of people who were educated abroad in English-speaking universities, whose work is international and often in English (multinational corporations, science and research, academia, international organizations . . .), whose online media are foreign (such as Netflix which has expanded to around 200 countries), and so on. This class of people is particularly identifiable in every Continental European nation, but psychologically analogous classes exist in Great Britain and the United States, particularly in the metropolitan areas. They form a nation within the nation.

The proverbial “small, rootless international clique” has been replaced by a rather large and growing class of deracinated individuals. In Continental Europe, this class is mostly made up of White gentiles, although I understand that in America Jews and Asians are much more prominent. This class is out of touch of the rhythm of the country they reside in. Their attitude towards provincial, patriotic Whites, who feel some sense of group identity, group interests, and homeland, is one of fear and loathing. They have absolutely no empathy for European nationalists trying to preserve their nation and race, the fruit of generations of struggle by our ancestors resulting in some 50,000 years of autonomous evolution.

This class is in fact extremely important. It is highly educated, has well-paid and prestigious jobs, and commands great influence in the media and political culture. The existence of this class is, in fact, why I am not particularly optimistic about the prospects for southern and eastern Europe, despite the rise of nationalism in these countries.

The fact is that southern and eastern European countries have comparatively low organizational capacity — that is to say, they are typified by poorly-paid and/or not many jobs, poor public services, low performance in science and tech, relatively limited international influence and power projection capabilities, etc. Thus, while I of course laud Hungary’s Viktor Orbán and Italy’s Matteo Salvini in their crushing of illegal immigration and their attempts to increase their national fertility rates, the fact that is the results (especially in the latter area) have been quite limited. Western Europe has comparatively high fertility rates and I am not sure these are entirely attributable to immigrants, but also to the fact that young parents receive much more economic and social support in these countries in general.

Furthermore, there is little indication these trends will be reversed. Southern and eastern Europe’s fertility rates are cripplingly low. The forces vives of southern and central Europe, the more dynamic and enterprising parts of the population, whether these be simple workers or highly-educated doctors and scientists, are bleeding out to Western Europe.

These deracinated, internationalized English-speakers form something a ‘global nation’ in and of themselves. While they are doomed to being a small and alienated population in their host countries, their numbers, interconnection, and collective power will grow. From Washington, London, New York, Silicon Valley, Berlin, Brussels, and Geneva, they may well consolidate into a genuine Transatlantic ruling class.

Interestingly, speaking English means these countries are most prone to being exposed to the most explicit racial ideas, namely those of the English-speaking world, notably with the work of Charles Murray, Philippe J. Rushton, Richard Lynn, Nicholas Wade, or Jared Taylor. It is certainly noteworthy that new Dutch national-populist party leader, Thierry Baudet, has met with Jared Taylor and embraced Europeans’ evolutionary inheritance, saying: “we are the product of three hundred thousand years of evolution. We survived the ice ages, we have slain mammoths.”

Furthermore, the government of Estonia includes the Conservative People’s Party (EKRE), which explicitly defends the interests of “indigenous Estonians.” The 41-year-old finance minister, Martin Helme, has in the past said he wishes to preserve “white Estonia” and that, concerning immigrants, “if he’s black, send him back” —  essentially echoing the sentiments of Winston Churchill who privately said his preferred election slogan would be: “Keep England White.” Meanwhile Ruuben Kaalep, head of EKRE’s youth wing and now a Member of Parliament, has open connections with the Alt-Right and has spoken at Alt-Right conferences. Estonians have a long history of ethnic consciousness stemming from an unfortunate history of conflict with Russian settlers. One wonders to what extent the English-speaking Alt-Right has influenced Estonian nationalists to channel this ethnocentric energy towards a productive pan-European racial consciousness which may preserve our breed of humanity.

There are plenty of negative trends. We should be under no illusions as to the gravity of the situation. The national-populist wave which has spread across the West is encouraging but, for now, completely insufficient to preserve our kind. The ‘global nation’ is here to stay and will for the most part work against us. However, we should also be on the lookout for opportunities. Sometimes, essentially negative historical trends can, in dialectical fashion, rebound in unexpected ways and yield positive results.

25 replies
  1. Chauke Stephan Filho
    Chauke Stephan Filho says:

    Friends, respond, please: in which sites i could publish texts of the Occidental Observer in portuguese ? Thank you!

    • Diego
      Diego says:

      Hi, friend. I have a Project in Brazil called “O Sentinela”, a third-way blog which we post things like what is published here (sorry for the bad english). If you have interest, please enter in contact in

      • Chauke Stephan Filho
        Chauke Stephan Filho says:

        Dear Diego

        I am, yes, interested in publishing my translations in “A Sentinela”. By the way, the texts will be published right here, in The Occidental Observer, in the section of our beautiful Portuguese language. I will send the texts to you, at the e-mail address you indicated.

        In fact, a newspaper in my city (Cuiabá) published, a few days ago, a text of my own, entitled “Os jacarés do Haiti”. If you want, you can publish this article in your media.

        Thank you!

  2. PaleoAtlantid
    PaleoAtlantid says:

    The present globalist paradigm will collapse due to the inherent instability it generates within cultural and economic flows. At present a system of positive feed-back, namely ‘no brakes’, is operating to push the whole life of nations on a path increasingly distant from any natural equilibrium. Balancing a pencil on its flat end is not too difficult but what the globalists are attempting is to balance the pencil on its tip; possible in theory, but almost impossible in practice and sensitive to the slightest disturbance.

  3. Richard B
    Richard B says:

    “There is furthermore an understandable push by the billions of humans living in the miserable conditions of the Third World to enter our countries so as to enjoy a more comfortable and secure life.”

    We can rewrite this to correspond to two events that had an important impact on our social-institutions, particularly our educational and economic institutions, and then use that rewriting to give us another perspective on the idea of a The Global Nation.

    1. Raising the school-leaving age; which led to the construction of high schools across the United States after WWI.

    2. Making university education available to more Americans after WWII.

    The rewriting would then be;

    There is an understandable push by the millions of Americans to enter our educational-institutions so as to enjoy a more comfortable and secure life.

    The school-leaving age was raised at the insistence of union leaders at a time of massive unemployment so as to remove some of the adolescents from the labor market.

    What was interesting about this is that the government was willing to oblige for two political reasons.

    First, the unions had become powerful enough to play both a threatening and a supporting role in relation to the stability of the government.

    Second, lots of unemployed youth had two predictable consequences. a randomness of behavior and emergence of support for rival ideologies (recent results in Europe at the time had shown these results only too clearly). Both of which could seriously destablize the government itself, not to mention the social-institutions government attempts to control.

    Of course, the reasons given were “humanitarian” and “egalitarian.”

    Also, it was an excuse for bigger government and all that implies.

    In other words, it was asserted that raising the school-leaving age would improve the skill and competence of the young, thereby improving their employability and ability to contribute to the economic resources of the country and “enjoy a more comfortable and secure life.”

    This was propaganda (the wide-scale dissemination of an ideological redundancy in order to justify a political act).

    The result was what a lot of educators predicted – the deterioration of the quality of teaching in our high schools (except in private schools for the rich, though even those would suffer later; but more on that some other time).

    And now we get to the heart of the matter….

    • Richard B
      Richard B says:

      We can put the heart of the matter in question-answer form.

      Q: What accounted (and accounts) for the deterioration of teaching and learning in our high schools (and universities)?

      A: The ability to learn in school depends first of all upon the ability to sit still in one place for considerable stretches of time and to do what you’re told to do (by competent, knowledgeable teachers).

      Note the distincitvely pre-Identity Politics ring to that straight-forward answer.

      The primary task of our educational institutions is to provide replacement and growth personnel for our other social-institutions. The kind of institutions upon which a Global Nation depends.

      The problem was that from, let’s say 1929 on (the start of The Great Depression), more and more Americans (White Americans) found this behavior to be beyond the limits of their control, interest, or ability.

      And that’s just high school. Forget higher education, which was roundly dismissed by most Americans (and later Europeans) as “Elitist.”

      These were the Original Snowflakes that started it all and led to what many have only just begun to recognize (though, not surprisingly, don’t see how they contributed to it, of course).

      By the way, it’s worth pointing out that Ortega’s masterpiece The Revolt Of The Masses was published that same year.

      In any event, at about this time White America experienced a population explosion of people who were simply unsuitable for the social-institutions in which such behavior is the first requirement.

      This problem repeated itself thirty years later when a combination of the baby boom and technological development threatened massive unemployment.

      The “humanitarian” and “egalitarian” propaganda mill was set in motion once again, followed by the predictable deterioration of our teaching-learning institutions. This time all the way to the Phd.

      And now we see the common thread tying what happened starting nearly a hundred years ago with the high schools and what happened fifty years ago with the universities to what is happening now on a far more massive scale with migrant crisis – because the pattern is the same.

      The Pattern: in one form or another the masses threaten the stability of our social-institutions, the egalitarian propaganda mill is set in motion to justify the action taken, followed by the deterioration of our social-institutions, resulting in cultural impoverishment and further disintegration of stable social-interaction.

      Concluding Moral

      Egalitarian Redemptionism as a Salvation System is the #1 Reason why we shouldn’t laugh at the dinosaurs for getting themselves extinct. After all, they lasted a lot longer than we have so far.

    • Guillaume Durocher
      Guillaume Durocher says:

      Well said. Democracy’s egalitarian tendency destroys everything it touches. Indeed, we had to extend “education” to the masses, supposedly useful to them, in order to sustain the myth (lie) of universal upward social mobility and the “knowledge economy” (in fact, only a tiny minority requires such technical knowledge). That and we are too dishonest to admit our high schools and universities are glorified day-care centers, allowing the parents to work instead of.. parenting.

  4. Joshua Laskin
    Joshua Laskin says:

    It will be interesting to observe the future development of the ‘local food’ movement, which overlaps with the political Left, in rebellion against corporate farming and the corporate global food industry. It’s a non-racial localism. The new young farmers mostly don’t come from farming families, so don’t have a traditional connection to the local land. To a degree, they represent the global (or at least, anywhere-suburban) elite’s children, who reject their parents’ generation’s globalization of food sourcing; to return to a more real, healthier connection to the soil. Unfortunately, almost all local farmland has been lost, to suburban development; which limits this new anti-globalist cultural-elite’s ability to transform society. Still, it’s not inconceivable that they could eventually shift politically toward a more exclusive immigration, favoring applicants sharing their (cultural-elitist) green values.

    • Alan Donelson
      Alan Donelson says:

      Joshua, I really think you ought to check out the work of Joel Salatin before you utter such vast, and wrong, generalizations. Check out also “community supported agriculture” (CSA). My wife and I do “local food”, though hardly at a profit! I expect a day to come when “local food” is all you have to eat.

      • Joshua Laskin
        Joshua Laskin says:

        I should have specified, I was describing the local-food scene where I’m experiencing it, in the Northeast. It does make sense that in the South, with its roots in Agrarianism, the local-food movement would manifest within long-term-farming families. Salatin’s farming does look pretty great. I agree that the era of cheap hauled-in food will come to an end, before too long; so we’d best tend to the fertility of the soil right beneath our feet.

  5. milan
    milan says:

    For the history buffs among us a few pertinent quotes about what really started us down this road to the ‘global nation’ the creation of
    the atomic bomb:

    “The only escape from total destruction of civilization will be a world government, or we will perish in a war of the atom.”
    —Harold Urey

    “In the field of atomic energy, there must be set up a world power.”
    —Robert J. Oppenheimer

    “World government has become inevitable.”
    —Arthur Compton Cantelon

    “One world Government is in the making. whether we like it or not, we are moving toward a one-world government.”
    —Dr. Ralph Barton Perry of Harvard

    “Either we will find a way to establish world government, or we will perish in a war of the atom.”
    —Raymond Swing to Albert Einstein

    “The secret of the bomb should be committed to a world government, and the USA should immediately announce its readiness to give it to a world government.”
    —Albert Einstein

    “Sovereignty must go, that means also the interests which sovereignty protects must be recognized as outmoded in character and dangerous in operation.”
    —Professor Laski of Oxford

    “We shall have a world government whether or not we like it. The only question is, whether world government will be achieved by conquest or consent.”
    —James Warburg, February 17, 1950 before the U.S. Senate

    “It is necessary to discover a head capable of directing it, endowed with an intelligence surpassing the most elevated human level.”
    —H.G. Wells

    “Let that man be a military man or a layman, it matters not.”
    —Paul Henry Spaak, first president of the Council of Europe, planner of the European Common Market, president of the United Nations General Assembly, and one-time Secretary-General of NATO

    “Strong, one-man civilian control of America’s giant military establishment is vital to the nation’s wellbeing. The concentration of authority is inevitable.”
    —Roswell Gilpatrick, Deputy Secretary of Defence

    and it ends where is the really big question? The economist Michael Hudson says that the world is now fracturing and the reasons for it has got nothing to do with the mixing of races. I recommend his talk highly for an understanding of the geo-political repercussions of what Trump is doing.

    Beyond that energy and oil is another big what if I’m afraid. For more on that see Gail Tverberg here

    • Joshua Laskin
      Joshua Laskin says:

      The consequence of not having a unified world-government, has turned out to be, not global nuclear war, but the massive squander of national wealths, on useless, mutually-assured overkill weaponry.

      But now, we face a similar problem, under threat of global climate-degradation. Without a world-government, the nations face the classic conundrum, of the ‘tragedy of the commons.’ A nation that cuts its carbon emissions, is disadvantaged in the global economy; so, we’ll all sprint toward doomsday. Thus, it seems likely, a day will come, when a global Green Fascism will be seen as the only path of Human civilizational survival.

      But speaking of Green authoritarian world-domination: The Nazis had that whole blood-&-soil, mystic-connection between Folk and Land, going on. They saw Jews as the essential embodiment of global-rootlessness, manifest in both Capitalism and Communism; and so, they saw war against Jewry, as Humanity’s fight to save the natural Earth from destruction by the unrooted; with the magnitude of threat overriding normal ethical considerations.

      The Star Trek episode, ‘The Conscience of the King’, contains the story of a man named Kodos, known as “The Executioner”, who had been governor of an Earth colony in Space. The colony had run out of food; and, facing mass starvation, Kodos took the drastic step of massacring 4000 colonists, to save the rest. However, as a supply-ship did arrive shortly thereafter, the massacre turned out to have been unnecessary. We’re left with the impression that, if Captain Kirk had been in Kodos’ place, he would have let everyone starve, because that would be the ethically-correct thing to do. But we also know that Kirk wasn’t so great in the face of no-win scenarios. He famously cheated on the Kobayashi Maru test, at Starfleet Academy, by reprogramming it, to avoid the no-win conundrum. So we’re left with the dark suspicion, that were we in Kodos’ shoes, we too are capable of massacring innocents, for the greater good.

      As we face the possibility of climate chaos resulting in global crop failure, it’s unclear whether we’d be better off with, or without, one world government.

  6. Edward Harris
    Edward Harris says:

    The jew side of my family contacted me because I was jewd by my mother.The contact was by means of a former ADC to a Governor General.
    He told me he was called a useful peasant in the real world. He said the upper class in the UK consisted of 5,000 people with 200 deciding everything. So I guess the USA upper class is 25,000 strong with 1,000 deciding everything.The two upper classes are very inter marrried.
    He also told me the Bank of England funded Lenin. Wall St. funded Trotsky. Stalin lived in London like Lenin so he could have been funded by the Bank of England?
    My grandfather and great uncle attended the London Congress of Russian Deocratic Labbour Party in 1907. I saw this on the internet but have forgotten the details of what I was told.
    I assume the article was discussing the useful peasants.

  7. Tom
    Tom says:

    Well, when it became apparent that economic socialism was a disaster and that the vast majority of the proletariat was quite happy in living with free enterprise capitalism, regardless of whether the leftist stupidity known as economic “equality” was ever achieved, one would have thought that the leftist enterprise would have collapsed and become extinct. But instead, the Left persevered. And for that, leftists deserve credit since they obviously are riding high now on a wave of racial/sexual socialism that seems to be winning completely. Almost hilariously, racial/sexual socialism is co-opting the corporate capitalist world in a way that economic socialism never could. Go figure.

    The aim of Leftism is to socialize or communize anything and everything in civil society. Anything private, distinct, and outside of state control is evil, “disturbing”, and “offensive”. So, when leftists failed to communize economic relations, they settled on racial/sexual socialism as the next best thing. Forget about class distinctions, the leftist gravy now involves ridding civil society of any objective sexual and racial distinctions by making deviance and miscegenation fashionable – and in some cases making it mandatory. So far, it’s working. How to get back to sanity?

    Some would argue that racial/sexual sanity is just around the corner and that just a little propaganda in that regard will convince the masses to opt for the return of distinct nations and sexes. For example, Norman Lowell of Malta was convinced several years ago that the elections for the EU would usher in a rightist majority. Uh….no such luck. What is needed is to de-fang the role of the state in civil society. The Left is presently powerful because the state is allowed to meddle in everyone’s private’s business – from mandating ridiculous bathroom arrangements to forcing bakers to associate with customers they deem undesirable. The only antidote to any type of socialism is Liberty and that ought to be political priority number 1 on all levels of political action.

  8. milan
    milan says:

    “The ‘global nation’ is here to stay and will for the most part work against us.”

    Catherine Austin Fitts calls it livestock management where ‘those in power are looking to not only destroy political sovereignty but individual sovereignty as well.’ Basically what they want to do is chip all of us and mind control us through cell towers and what not. 36 minute mark

    and the yews, the chabadniks anyway, guess what, think they have the answer to it all through the prophecies of a coming king? lol
    A new type of robin hood who will pull off what is surely the greatest wealth redistribution ever seen thus gathering to himself the worlds poor but will exact upon all obeisance as a god if not the very god!!!.

    the story of the ages is coming to a conclusion.

    “Let that man be a military man or a layman, it matters not.”
    —Paul Henry Spaak, first president of the Council of Europe, planner of the European Common Market, president of the United Nations General Assembly, and one-time Secretary-General of NATO

    • Poupon Marx
      Poupon Marx says:

      EVERY socialist, collectivist of any label, means the opposite of what they infer and imply. When the elite, governing/ruling authority socialist/central control/collectivist says “Wealth (re)Distribution”, they are not lying!

      What they mean is, they will sequester the great majority of wealth and power for themselves and EQUALLY DISTRIBUTE the rest to the “masses”, IOW, everybody else, the 95th percentile on down. Furthermore, they will EQUALLY DISTRIBUTE THEIR share EQUALLY.

      Think of it as a pizza. One twentieth slice is equally divided among the prols,

      I was in the Ukraine in the 1970s and was invited by a Party Member (an engineer like me) for a sleep over. She and her roommate (one bedroom, below what I was able to afford as a college student working part time) showed me the factory where they worked. When we walked down the street, took a cab, the “regular folks” averted their eyes. They knew. 2% of the population were Party Members. They had their own stores that were for them only.

      Anybody who saw and experienced what I did, and STILL believed in collectivism and the Benevolent State, should automatically be classified as a mental defective, disordered, and cognitive malfunction.

      • Joshua Laskin
        Joshua Laskin says:

        Clearly, Human nature is a big obstacle to a well-functioning socialism. However, in periods of crisis, some form and degree of social unity, or coordination, is required. Any social form, can be done either poorly or well. I assume that socialism attempted in a country with a long democratic tradition, would work better, than in a country without much democratic experience. But the key, is not assuming that it’s historically inevitable for an inherently-cooperative species like ourselves. Such delusionism certainly asks for trouble. Anyway, our laissez-faire capitalism is resulting in a drastic and every-increasing wealth-gap between haves and have-nots, which is inherently socially unstable. So something’s got to give. Maybe an open-eyed socialism shouldn’t be left entirely off the table. Still, forewarned is forearmed; so, thanks for your witness.

  9. Poupon Marx
    Poupon Marx says:

    Here’s a refresher of what used to be. If something is something, then it has more meaning when compared to another object or process.

    8th Grade Final Exam: Salina, Kansas – 1895

    This is the eighth-grade final exam* from 1895 from Salina, Kansas. It was taken
    from the original document on file at the Smoky Valley Genealogical Society
    and Library in Salina, Kansas and reprinted by the Salina Journal.

    Grammar (Time, one hour)
    1. Give nine rules for the use of Capital Letters.
    2. Name the Parts of Speech and define those that have no modifications.
    3. Define Verse, Stanza and Paragraph.
    4. What are the Principal Parts of a verb? Give Principal Parts of do, lie, lay and run.
    5. Define Case, Illustrate each Case.
    6. What is Punctuation? Give rules for principal marks of Punctuation.
    7-10. Write a composition of about 150 words and show therein that you understand the practical use of the rules of grammar.
    Arithmetic (Time, 1.25 hours)
    1. Name and define the Fundamental Rules of Arithmetic.
    2. A wagon box is 2 ft. deep, 10 feet long, and 3 ft. wide. How many bushels of wheat will it hold?
    3. If a load of wheat weighs 3942 lbs., what is it worth at 50cts. per bu, deducting 1050 lbs. for tare?
    4. District No. 33 has a valuation of $35,000. What is the necessary levy to carry on a school seven months at $50 per month, and have $104 for incidentals?
    5. Find cost of 6720 lbs. coal at $6.00 per ton.
    6. Find the interest of $512.60 for 8 months and 18 days at 7 percent.
    7. What is the cost of 40 boards 12 inches wide and 16 ft. long at $.20 per inch?
    8. Find bank discount on $300 for 90 days (no grace) at 10 percent.
    9. What is the cost of a square farm at $15 per acre, the distance around which is 640 rods?
    10.Write a Bank Check, a Promissory Note, and a Receipt.

    U.S. History (Time, 45 minutes)
    1. Give the epochs into which U.S. History is divided.
    2. Give an account of the discovery of America by Columbus.
    3. Relate the causes and results of the Revolutionary War.
    4. Show the territorial growth of the United States.
    5. Tell what you can of the history of Kansas.
    6. Describe three of the most prominent battles of the Rebellion.
    7. Who were the following: Morse, Whitney, Fulton, Bell, Lincoln, Penn, and Howe?
    8. Name events connected with the following dates: 1607, 1620, 1800, 1849, and 1865?
    Orthography (Time, one hour)
    1. What is meant by the following: Alphabet, phonetic orthography, etymology, syllabication?
    2. What are elementary sounds? How classified?
    3. What are the following, and give examples of each: Trigraph, subvocals, diphthong, cognate letters, linguals?
    4. Give four substitutes for caret ‘u’.
    5. Give two rules for spelling words with final ‘e’. Name two exceptions under each rule.
    6. Give two uses of silent letters in spelling. Illustrate each.
    7. Define the following prefixes and use in connection with a word: Bi, dis, mis, pre, semi, post, non, inter, mono, super.
    8. Mark diacritically and divide into syllables the following, and name the sign that indicates the sound: Card, ball, mercy, sir, odd, cell, rise, blood, fare, last.
    9. Use the following correctly in sentences, Cite, site, sight, fane, fain, feign, vane, vain, vein, raze, raise, rays.
    10.Write 10 words frequently mispronounced and indicate pronunciation by use of diacritical marks and by syllabication.

    Geography (Time, one hour)
    1. What is climate? Upon what does climate depend?
    2. How do you account for the extremes of climate in Kansas?
    3. Of what use are rivers? Of what use is the ocean?
    4. Describe the mountains of N.A.
    5. Name and describe the following: Monrovia, Odessa, Denver, Manitoba, Hecla, Yukon, St. Helena, Juan Fermandez, Aspinwall and Orinoco.
    6. Name and locate the principal trade centers of the U.S.
    7. Name all the republics of Europe and give capital of each.
    8. Why is the Atlantic Coast colder than the Pacific in the same latitude?
    9. Describe the process by which the water of the ocean returns to the sources of rivers.
    10.Describe the movements of the earth. Give inclination of the earth.

    [How many or what percentage of COLLEGE STUDENTS could pass this test with 70%??

  10. ATBOTL
    ATBOTL says:

    “One wonders to what extent the English-speaking Alt-Right has influenced Estonian nationalists to channel this ethnocentric energy towards a productive pan-European racial consciousness which may preserve our breed of humanity.”

    This is a strange passage. The Estonian nationalists I have encountered want America to fight a war with Russia. I don’t consider that productive. They have no immigration to their country, so their opposition to black immigration is hypothetical and without the pressures of an existing multi-racial society that nationalists in a country like France or the UK have to deal with. Because their country is being used as a geopolitical pawn, they are given space to make these kinds of statements without repercussions that would come to anyone else talking like this.

    • Guillaume Durocher
      Guillaume Durocher says:

      It is important to oppose non-European immigration, as a point of principle, before it even happens. This is fundamental. I suspect Estonia will do quite well economically, perhaps eventually even converging with Finland, among the best performers in Europe, so without principled opposition the arrival of non-Europeans would only be a matter of time. I certainly oppose any hostility between the Russians and the Balts in general.

  11. Chauke Stephan Filho
    Chauke Stephan Filho says:

    Dr. MacDonald, my hero, how are you?

    What about my translations, Doctor? Don’t forget to publish the translations of Benjamin Villaroel’s texts about Chile in the Portuguese language section of your wonderful The Occidental Observer, please! OK? Thanks!

    Greetings from Brazil !

  12. pj dooner
    pj dooner says:

    “Jewish participation”? LOL
    The jews aren’t participating, they control all these white traitors. And I never knew that Winston Churchill was actually a great defender of the white race LOL

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