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Archive for December, 2007

3-year old Finnish girl on the show Ennätystehdas (Record Factory) knows the flags of 190 countries. She truly puts others to shame.

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Money as debt is a DVD made by Paul Grignon that brings to us the story of the modern global economy, focusing on the international banking system in particular, in an easy to understand format. The video is about 47 min long and recommend it to everyone, who wishes to know more about the sheer [...]

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I recently came across the interesting musical group that is Mes Aïeux (My Forefathers). They have some very thought-provoking and interesting songs, that address many of the problems we face in this day and age.
Here is what wikipedia has to say:
Mes Aïeux (My ancestors) is a folk music group from Quebec, founded in 1996.
Although they [...]

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Varmasti monen mielestä joulun yksi mielyttävimmistä rituaaleista on lahjojen antaminen ja tietenkin niiden saaminen. Välillä on kuitenkin vaikea keksiä, mitä kenellekin antaisi ja samasta syystä myös saadut lahjat ovat välillä vähän ohi osuneita valintoja.
Törmäsin vastikään online-kirjakauppaan nimeltä Integral Tradition Publishing (löytyy myös linkkilistalta). Lafka myy mitä mielenkiintoisinta kirjallisuutta kansallismielisestä näkökulmasta katsottuna, sillä aineisto on keskittynyt [...]

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Courtesy of Sampolit Film, The Estonian Legion

Sampolit makes absolutely wonderful movies, most with a World War II axis theme or themes from Estonian history. Here are a couple of other films by Sampolit which I would recommend.
First, two short movies about two major Baltic cities that both underwent dramatic changes under the course of the [...]

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Suomen pitäisi jotenkin saattaa kansainväliseen yleissivistykseen ja maailman tajuntaan se fakta, että suomalaisella hakaristilla on erilainen menneisyys ja merkitys kuin Hitlerin vastaavalla. Halonen voisi seuraavan kerran puhuessaan vaikka jossain YK:n missä lie kokouksessa lisätä puheensa loppuun:
And just a short off-topic notice: the Finnish Swastika carries none of the historical and moral burden of its German [...]

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One often comes across the notion that Anarchism is explicitly against nationalism, that Anarchism would do away with human races through a reformation of socio-economic hierarchies, because as social constructs, they would cease to exist with the society that constructed them. In general, the idea that Anarchists are diametrically opposed to all and any nationalism [...]

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The pre-Christian spiritual relic of Vottovaara, in the Republic of Karelia (Russia), is in danger. The Finnish pagan society, Taivaannaula, has started a campaign to save the ancient Finnic site.

Petition to save the ancient cult place of Vottovaara!
In Finnish
The old Pagan cult place in the Republic of Karelia (part of the Russian Federation) is in [...]

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In the early hours of the 9th of December of the year 2000, a 17-year old Swedish boy, Daniel Wretström, was murdered in the suburb of Salem, near Stockholm. This murder has since then become a milestone of Swedish society. The event and its aftermath is very much a textbook example of what is wrong [...]

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You can always be sure that Italy will be at the forefront of radical politics. It has been so in the past, it is so now, and I’m sure it will be so in the future. My last post was about Autonomous Nationalists in Germany, so I guess I’m continuing on the same theme as [...]

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