E. Michael Jones. Full discussion

Baader Meinhof - In Love With Terror (BBC Documentary)

Red Army Faction

The 1st G6 summit took place on 15–17 November 1975, in Rambouillet, France. The venue for the summit meetings was the Château de Rambouillet near Paris.

The Group of Six (G6) was an unofficial forum which brought together the heads of the richest industrialized countries: France, West Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States. This summit, and the others which would follow, were not meant to be linked formally with wider international institutions; and in fact, a kind of frustrated rebellion against the stiff formality of other international meetings was an element in the genesis of cooperation between France's President and West Germany's Chancellor as they conceived the first summit of the G6.



McFeels and Halberstram. Fash the Nation Week 86: GOP Bugmen


Populism and Brexit 2016

Houellebecq on Elections

Michel Houellebecq provokes France with story of Muslim president

Credo; A Nietzschean Testament (Jonathan Bowden)

Xurious - Men Among The Ruins

Audio from Frank Salter Red Ice Interview

Jonathan Bowden's talk 'Lilith Before Eve'

Positivism: a philosophical system that holds that every rationally justifiable assertion can be scientifically verified or is capable of logical or mathematical proof, and that therefore rejects metaphysics and theism.

Personalism: a system of thought that maintains the primacy of the human or divine person on the basis that reality has meaning only through the conscious mind.

Nominalism: a theory that there are no universal essences in reality and that the mind can frame no single concept or image corresponding to any universal or general term

Dr Matthew Raphael Johnson discussing Heidegger and Marx in full:

Jonathan Bowden on Heidegger:

Carl Jung, Approaching the Unconscious:

Roger Scruton on consumerism

Scene from B-Movie 'Run for the Sun' (1956) with Richard Widmark and Trevor Howard. Howard plays a character loosely based on William Joyce aka. Lord Haw Haw.

'One of Poland’s most popular weekly magazines has splashed a graphic depiction of the rape of Europe’s women by migrants on its front cover. The image may be one of the most politically incorrect illustrations of the migrant crisis to date.' Breitbart London

Image: Rape of Europa


The European anthem. The melody used to symbolize the EU comes from the Ninth Symphony composed in 1823 by Ludwig Van Beethoven, when he set music to the "Ode to Joy", Friedrich von Schiller's lyrical verse from 1785.

Alex Kurtagic 'Masters of the Universe'


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