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Category Archives: judaism

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 […]

Trevor Blake in The Freethinker

“Cutting,” “abrasive,” “sarcastic,” offensive” … These are just some of the words used to describe the Freethinker magazine, which was launched in Britain in 1881 and has continued publishing without a break ever since. But it was the word “blasphemous,” dropped from the lips of a hostile judge, that that got its founder and first […]

Trevor Blake: How Many Dead Babies Does It Take to Make a Debate?

Liz Robbins, Baby’s Death Renews Debate Over a Circumcision Ritual: Prosecutors are investigating the death of a newborn boy who died in September after contracting herpes through a controversial practice of ritual circumcision, reviving a debate in New York over safety and religious freedom. [...] The cause of death of the 2-week-old boy, who died […]

Peter Lamborn Wilson – Back to 1911 Movement Manifesto: Photography

Everything has already been said about photography. We have it here in 1911 but even now we can see how it may have been a big mistake. The Byzantine Iconoclasts were no mere smashers of idols – their arguments ran deep, subtle & profound. They claimed that the Image colonizes the Imagination – other people’s […]

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 […]