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Category Archives: fascism

Trevor Blake: Letter from Simon Sheppard

New readers: here’s my first essay on the Heretical Two, here’s my exhaustive timeline of the Heretical Two. This just in from Simon Sheppard, one of the Heretical Two: Actually there are some interesting aspects of my license conditions on that front.  I have a strong suspicion that they were written by one of the […]

Interview: V. Vale

17 July 1990 interview with V. Vale, publisher of Search and Destroy, co-founder of Re/Search Publications. OVO: What is the main source for the information that you publish? VALE: We never tire of saying that our main influences were surrealism and situationism, and surrealism as you know placed a great deal of influence on objective […]

Trevor Blake: American Renaissance 2011 Conference

American Renaissance: About American Renaissance (31 January 2011) American Renaissance is a monthly magazine that has been published since 1991. It has been called “a literate, undeceived journal of race, immigration and the decline of civility.” We consider it America’s premiere publication of racial-realist thought […] Race is an important aspect of individual and group […]

Martin Luther: Excerpts from The Jews and Their Lies

Protestant Christianity was founded by Martin Luther. What did Luther have to say about Jews? Maybe Luther wasn’t such a great moral leader after all. Maybe these proposals bore fruit in Luther’s country four hundred years later.  The following are quotes from Luther’s book The Jews and Their Lies (1543). I had made up my […]

Trevor Blake: The Bonus Army

President Woodrow Wilson declared war on Germany on 6 April 1917.  The United States joined World War One.  117,465 soldiers and civilians died from the United States alone.  Thousands upon thousands came home disabled.  Samuel Gompers was the founder and a president of the American Federation of Labor.  He was a supporter of WWI and […]