hyperb0rean:

Yes.

hyperb0rean:

Yes.

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allthingseurope:

Château de Chillon, Switzerland (by FriskaCiska)

allthingseurope:

Château de Chillon, Switzerland (by FriskaCiska)

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So when my preachy pampered lefty friends tell me white people won’t do certain jobs, I say this honky begs to differ. I did tons of dirty, dangerous, low-paying shit work alongside Guatemalans, Mexicans, El Salvadorans, blacks, and whites of all different sizes and shapes. The only thing we had in common was poverty. When you say white people won’t dig ditches or mow lawns, you’re basing that on the educated gay couple with the frosted tips you just finished brunch with. Not me, Chris, and Ray in the early eighties.

We can’t get our people to turn off the propaganda…

(A complete boycott of movies and TV would be a quixotic and futile gesture… If I boycotted movies and TV, I would be the only one. Nobody would join me, and if anyone did join, they would cheat. They would enjoy warm feelings of righteousness for a few minutes, then reach for the remote.)

…We can’t create anywhere enough of our own television and movie propaganda to counter the establishment’s. But we can teach our people to see through the propaganda. And all it takes is a few perceptive and talented writers, the cost of Netflix and a few movie tickets, and a few dollars a month to host a website. Yet for that small investment, we can negate the propaganda churned out by legions of enemies with billions in capital. This is asymmetrical cultural warfare at its best. Our power is limited only by our readership. But on the web, that can grow very quickly.

Furthermore, I don’t just talk about specific movies and TV shows. I also illustrate the general principles of anti-white propaganda, teaching my readers how to decode propaganda in general. This has two profound effects.

(1) Whenever a brainwashed person is exposed to propaganda, it reinforces the establishment message. However, when we teach people to see through propaganda, then each new exposure reinforces our message instead. Imagine a young man who stumbles across one of my reviews because he is reading up on a movie he wants to see. He might like my interpretation or hate it. He might even reject my claims about the propaganda content of the film. But if he is bright, he will carry away a template for viewing other films, and he will begin to see the same patterns again and again. Gradually, the establishment’s power over his mind will fade, and the nagging little voice of Trevor Lynch will get louder and louder.

(2) When people learn to see through anti-white propaganda, they are often shocked by its omnipresence. It is one thing to see propaganda here and there. It is another thing to see it everywhere. Even I am still shocked when I visit friends who have cable. The anti-white message is everywhere: in every cooking program, every cute animal show, every house makeover program. You can’t escape it, and that’s no accident. When you see the omnipresence of the lie, you have a concrete experience of the system’s totalitarian nature and genocidal intent.

imagine some televangelist in 1992 saying that pedophiles would some day become a victim class

imagine everyone laughing at him for being looney tunes, come on that will never happen

now imagine it’s 2014 and guess what

european-traditionalist:

Was this the girl who’s boyfriend ended up dismembering her?

european-traditionalist:

Was this the girl who’s boyfriend ended up dismembering her?

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scientificillustration:

archivalia:

f-featherbrain:

booksnbuildings:

thezeka:



marsiouxpial:



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Hastings Book of Hours from late 1470s.
Among the plants are the speedwell and the periwinkle. The butterfly is Aglais utricae. The Latin text is a devotion to Saint Christopher.







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archivalia:

f-featherbrain:

booksnbuildings:

thezeka:

marsiouxpial:

via upload.wikimedia.org

Hastings Book of Hours from late 1470s.

Among the plants are the speedwell and the periwinkle. The butterfly is Aglais utricae. The Latin text is a devotion to Saint Christopher.

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nomen-incognita:

By far one of the most effective rhetorical flourishes of liberalism is posturing at counterculture in a world where it has become a faux pas to voice objections to illegal amnesty or gay marriage in polite, upper-middle class circles.

On the one hand our opponents acknowledge this complete predominance of liberal though, as evidenced in the words they use to attack us: “irrelevant”, “dead ideology”, “against history”. On the other hand, they imagine their opponents, in an abstract sense, as all-powerful billionaires (see the articles on climate change “denialism” and the Koch Brothers). It’s a cognitive dissonance that works extremely well in winning over the youth with its pseudo-rebellion whilst also maintaining control of the chattering classes with its insinuations of refinement and upper-middle class existence.

The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn’t exist.

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gloriousvaldis:

legionnaire-chan:

babushka-nipples:

collowrath:

whiskeyandspentbrass:

*cough*

I CAN’T STOP LAUGHING

Why

Well, okay.

Oh.

Sex, according to the philosophers of the Sexual Revolution inspired by [Wilhelm] Reich, is to be the panacea for all society’s problems: the new opium of the people. If people cannot have bread, let them eat cake. If they cannot have jobs, security, fulfillment, and a valid purpose in life, let them have sex as a substitute. If nothing else, recreational sex will provide a useful distraction and give people something to do.
–Lasha Darkmoon

gloriousvaldis:

legionnaire-chan:

babushka-nipples:

collowrath:

whiskeyandspentbrass:

*cough*

I CAN’T STOP LAUGHING

Why

Well, okay.

Oh.

Sex, according to the philosophers of the Sexual Revolution inspired by [Wilhelm] Reich, is to be the panacea for all society’s problems: the new opium of the people. If people cannot have bread, let them eat cake. If they cannot have jobs, security, fulfillment, and a valid purpose in life, let them have sex as a substitute. If nothing else, recreational sex will provide a useful distraction and give people something to do.

–Lasha Darkmoon

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A feminist movement that respected the achievements of women in the past would not disparage housework, motherhood or unpaid civic and neighborly services. It would not make a paycheck the only symbol of accomplishment. … It would insist that people need self-respecting honorable callings, not glamorous careers that carry high salaries but take them away from their families.

This blog is about the many innovations, inventions, creations and discoveries made by white people throughout history.

This isn't about hate, violence or racial supremacy. I love my people and I hope you love yours.

That said, if you say moronic things that can be proved wrong in 3 minutes on bing, don't expect to be handled with kid gloves.

NOTE: I'm not updating this blog very much at the moment. I have enough posts queued up to keep it running for the next couple of years, but I don't log in or check it regularly. Feel free to browse the archives though if you want answers to some questions.