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Race Research in Germany, 1933-1945/45 Comments/in Featured Articles/by Tom Sunic, Ph.D.
“Two souls, alas, dwell in my breast, / each seeks to rule without the other” J.W Goethe, Faust, Part I, lines 1112-1113 It is easier to discuss politics and human behavior with biologists and geneticists than with social scientists. This applies in particular when debating the role of racial heredity and how it affects man’s […]
Mnemosyne and Lethe; The Culture of Remembrance and Oblivion in the Western System/21 Comments/in Featured Articles/by Tom Sunic, Ph.D.
Salvador Dalí. “The Persistence of Memory” (1931) The Culture of remembrance shapes the political foundation of every state in the world. When addressing the culture of remembrance in Germany, what crosses one’s mind immediately is the Allied-prescribed collective memory for the German people installed at the end of World War II. The psychological roots of […]
Joseph Maistre and the Inevitability of Evil/13 Comments/in Featured Articles/by Tom Sunic, Ph.D.
Joseph de Maistre (1753–1821) Note: Below is my article I originally wrote in French for the French-Breton website of the European Identitarians, Breizh-Info. To each of us his own author, to each of us his own interpretation of the author’s work. For several reasons I chose for our discussion today a Savoyard writer and philosopher […]
Damnatio memoriae; the Damned, the Cursed, the Outlawed: Christophe Dolbeau’s Les Parias; Fascistes, pseudo-Fascistes et mal-Pensants/28 Comments/in Featured Articles/by Tom Sunic, Ph.D.
Book Review: Christophe Dolbeau, Les Parias; Fascistes, pseudo-Fascistes et mal-Pensants, p.600, (Akribeia, 2021). The portrayal of the Fascist legacy has been in a full demonizing swing ever since the end of World War II. Despite their claims of objectivity, modern professors of political ideas bear resemblance to ancient Hellenic bards with their surreal mythmaking orations. […]
The Origins of White Guilt/60 Comments/in Featured Articles/by Tom Sunic, Ph.D.
There are several different approaches to the study of the pathology of White guilt, including linguistic, historical and religious. One needs, however, to critically look at this faulty verbal construct first, a construct which first appeared in America several decades ago, and which has been championed in the media and academia ever since. At first […]
A Southern Robert E. Lee Lookalike visits the northern Australopithecus: Review of Tito Perdue’s Love Song of the Australopiths/3 Comments/in Featured Articles/by Tom Sunic, Ph.D.
Tito Perdue, Love Song of the Australopiths, 2020) No one knows the true intent of the nameless character in Love Song of the Australopiths who is about to turn in his latest anti-Semitic report to his elderly associates. His accent and his phenotype, however, point to Lee Pefley, the eternal Southerner, using different aliases in order […]