Excerpts From: Burning Souls by Leon Degrelle

Leon Degrelle was the head of a Belgian militant monarchist and anticommunist Parti Rexiste. Following German occupation of Belgium, Degrelle and his party loyalist enlisted in the Wehrmacht-organized Walloon Legion and fought on the eastern front during World War 2. He was a highly decorated soldier due to his ferocity and extreme bravery.

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A Reading of: Art And Revolution By Richard Wagner

Following his participation in the Dresden chapter of the 1848 revolutions – a populist affair with proto-National Socialist characteristics – Richard Wagner ruminates on the concurrent role of art with social upheavel. The piece encompasses a brief history of European art with particular focus on the triumphs of the Greeks, yet their downfall taking place for reasons concurrent to efforts in Wagner’s time as today to create a stronger, a freer, and a more idealized society. Wagner’s passages invoking the downfall of art to commerce and notoriety demonstrate an extreme prescience to our struggles today as do his prescriptions to remedy in returning to Nature and Identity as the progenitors of true art.

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Conservative or Revolutionary?

The ruling elite, long apprehensive to condemn the neo-liberal thugs terrorizing working class Americans during these many months of rioting have finally found a target worthy of their unanimous condemnation. The brave White American men and women with the audacity to bring the protest to the men who march along to the tune of the elite and toward the destruction of our nation; our establishment political-elite. Like Icarus these brave men and women flew too close to the sun, and they were consequently disavowed by both their own party and the leader they followed there.

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Embers of the Age

“Think upon those sons of ours who will come in future generations, bearing such a blaze as to embolden the whole world. Think then upon whom their thoughts should dwell, as they sail forth among the stars. When they remember back in the quiet of their sacred hours, to the myth and misery of these grim years before dawn.”

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