10 thoughts on “Realpolitik

  • July 30, 2020 at 11:50 PM

    By any chance does any one have a copy of the two mannerbund episodes of The Cocktail Hour With John Q Publius?

  • July 31, 2020 at 8:25 PM

    Great stuff, love hearing an intelligent conversation about the problems facing our nation.

  • August 1, 2020 at 6:08 PM

    Great conversation and analysis.

  • August 3, 2020 at 6:40 PM

    Could you share a link to the songs?

  • August 8, 2020 at 4:44 PM

    Great stuff. Love to hear it. Thanks you.

  • August 10, 2020 at 11:02 AM

    Nam is exactly right.
    I live in one of these heavily immigrant communities that Unz talks about with regard to a lack of rioting.
    I knew early on that the protests and marches would be quickly stemmed because there is nothing to be gained by whipping them up. Whites here are toeing the line whether they acknowledge their displacement or not. If they do acknowledge their racial identity, they’re making plans to move. The takeover is near total and there was no need to foment violence and destruction.
    The city instituted a curfew and started blasting people with beanbags the first night of the curfew.

  • September 8, 2020 at 12:11 PM

    Hey gentlemen, what do you know of the apocalyptic death struggle between the Aryan-European Romans and the jews? The apocalyptic zero sum wars that annihilated the world of classical antiquity?

    Dare you to find out!
    “Rome versus judea; judea versus Rome” masterful historical essay below


    Excerpt below:

    “The Near East or the Levant—what today are Turkey, Lebanon,
    Syria, Iraq, Israel, Palestine, Jordan and Egypt—has been a very
    important geostrategic zone of confrontations between the Europe of
    the forests, the snows, the rivers, the mists, and the deep
    East of the dry, jealous, sterile and inhospitable spirit of the desert.

    In this area there have been, from time immemorial, ebbs and flows
    from both Europe and Asia and Africa, and crystallised in the
    appearance of the Neolithic and the first civilizations of the world.

    Paraphrasing Nietzsche, we would say, ‘If you stare at the
    desert for a long time, the desert will also stare at you’. If there is a
    natural selection environment radically different from that of the
    glaciations, it is undoubtedly the desert: monotonous and infinite
    environment like the laments of the songs now preached from the
    minarets of the mosques. Immersed in this type of landscape for a
    long time, it is easy for a man to have visions and see illusions and
    distorted reflections; to hear voices that, according to oriental
    folklore, come from evil spirits and, finally, to lose one’s way and sink
    into despair and madness, and let your mind take a journey into
    darkness, from which it will never return.
    The deserts are the places where the total absence of the
    fecundating power of heaven—represented by rain and lightning, and
    by typically European gods such as Zeus or Jupiter—has propitiated
    the triumph of the Earth, and therefore the death of Nature and the
    levelling, the devastation, the equalisation of the horizons and the lack
    of permanence of the same floor that is stepped on. It is totally
    imprudent to think that all these elements do not leave a deep mark
    on the idiosyncrasy and collective imagination of a people.”

    You can find the free pdf of the essay on Archive.org by searching, “Rome contra judea.”

    How can we fix a problem we mostly refuse to even consider, much less even acknowledge is a problem?

    The jews *will* fully defeat us if the leaders of the Aryan revolution fail to face this bitter medicine.


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