Lars Holger Holm

The Siege of Constantinople

The battle between Islam and Christianity precipitating the fall of Constantinople was an event that for ever changed the course of history. Breathtakingly rendering the internal struggle of the Byzantine capital under deadly constriction, and the occult high-stake political game surrounding it, The Owls of Afrasiab also tells the story of the dangerous passion uniting the Genoese commander leading the city's defence with Hadije, one of the wives of the late Sultan Murad, determined to avenge herself for the murder of her baby boy ordered by the young and lethally ambitious Sultan Mehmet II.

Guillaume Faye

New Right Communitarianism — a Purely Intellectualist Product

Allow me to explain the reasons behind the erroneous positions adopted by the communitarian intellectuals of the New Right. This is what I think: this ideological nonsense does not necessarily stem from a calculated change of direction nor from a shift of position, but is due to both an exaggeration and an extremisation of the polytheistic and organismic worldview, a worldview that I otherwise agree with completely, but one that eventually turns against its own initiatives, just like any system of thought whose principles are taken too far.

Peter Heft

A Conversation Between Peter Heft and Brett Stevens

The Alt Right exploded onto the political scene and then hesitated as its inner conflicts became real. We might see the Alt Right as the Right which refuses to limit its speech to what is politically correct, but at heart, it is a realist movement against the past seventy years of entirely conjectural ideology.

#35 The Year We Almost Got Tired of Winning

In the 35th episode of This Alt-Right Life, Davis Aurini, the Bechtloff and I look back on the great year that was 2016, the triumph of the alt-Right and the defeat of the Left, what the new year has in store for the West, and more.

Guillaume Faye

Collaboration with the Settlers

Our church parishes, most political parties, countless institutions and associations, as well as the world of show business have all been advocates of migrant residency, of open borders and of keeping the migrants in place for years on end.

Guillaume Faye

An Extraordinary Object — An Archeofuturistic Short Story

In the course of her research, Prof. Giana Vortt, of the Historical Institute, had made an astonishing discovery, but she didn’t dare speak of it much. The archeological dig she had undertaken on a site near the Ocean seemed to back up her theory that the mysterious civilisation of which the legends spoke had actually existed, and disappeared more than thirty centuries ago. Some of the rumors said it was only twenty centuries before, others ten. In reality, no one knew, exactly.

Eugene Montsalvat

Avoid “racializing” the victory of Donald Trump — An Interview with Alain de Benoist

So the majority of whites voted for Trump, but that does not mean his victory is solely due to the ethnic factor. The truth is that it was the working class Whites, the popular and middle classes who chose Donald Trump (among the Whites without diplomas, he collected 67% of the vote), while the elite Whites, those who profit from neoliberal globalization, mostly turned out for Hillary Clinton. From this point of view, the vote in favor of Trump is also a class vote.

Roderick Kaine

Autism and the Extreme Male Brain

Cambridge university autism researcher Simon Baron-Cohen, the cousin of comedian Sacha Baron-Cohen, advances the idea that Autism Spectrum Conditions (ASC) including Asperger’s syndrome can be at least partially explained as being the expression of an “extreme male brain” (EMB) that results from unusually high concentrations of testosterone during fetal development.
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