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‘What Shall We Do With the Negro?’

Paul Escott, “What Shall We Do With the Negro?” Lincoln, White Racism, and Civil War America, University of Virginia Press, 2009, 304 pp., $29.50 Paul Escott, who teaches history at Wake Forest University has written a fascinating account of Civil-War-era racial attitudes and how they influenced the conduct of the war. This is not a happy account of crusading abolitionist heroes; instead it is a serious attempt to understand what white people thought about race and how that affected their actions. Prof. Escott puts Lincoln under the microscope, and makes no apologies for dispelling the rosy illusions many Americans have …

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The Reactionary Report – Episode 7: Pretending To Care About Healthcare

https://media.zencast.fm/reactionary-report/7.mp3 Greetings loyal listeners, the triumvirate returns with special guest Giest to discuss the recent wealth of Orwellian information leaked by Wikileaks, Ryan(Obama)Care-Lite: REDUX, Trumps immigration reform bill, the unrivaled autistic power of our greatest NEETs, and another triggering installment of The Anti-White Report. All that and more in episode 7 of The Reactionary Report.

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The Stupidity Of Intelligence Signaling

This is great article by Bruce Charlton, a must-read, because it explains so much about post-America shitlibbery. (For a complementary thread on the topic, try here.) Executive Summary: what liberals have in IQ they lack in common sense. It’s an evolutionary trade-off. In short, it has often been observed that high IQ types are lacking in ‘common sense’ – and especially when it comes to dealing with other human beings. General intelligence is not just a cognitive ability; it is also a cognitive disposition. So, the greater cognitive abilities of higher IQ tend also to be accompanied by a distinctive …

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Black Slavery in the Middle East

It is common to call the enslavement of black Africans “America’s original sin”—the uniquely devastating evil from which all American failures have flowed. In fact, American slavery was benign compared to the much more extensive, vastly crueler practice of slavery in the Middle East. Because there are so few people in the region with black features, it would be plausible to assume that hardly any black slaves were brought in. Nothing could be further from the truth.

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Rebel Yell 206: Tomislav Sunić & Graf Rudolf

This is Rebel Yell – a Southern Nationalist podcast of the Alt-Right. I’m your host Musonius Rufus. Joining me are my cohosts Mencken’s Ghost and Ryan McMahon. For our 57th episode of Rebel Yell, Cathedral Princess joins us as we talk to Tom Sunić for our first interview, and then we interview Graf Rudolf about Germany.

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General Flynn Dindu Nuffin Wrong

Here we are, barely a month into the Trump presidency, and the war party in D.C. is in full dander over those pesky Russians. If the globalists had souls or even a smidgen of humanity, one could almost feel sorry for them. After all, we were supposed to be in the opening rounds of WWIII by now. “Madame President” was ready to extend the previous administration’s policy of escalation and provocation, deploying troops and missiles along Russia’s border and engineering color revolutions in her former territories. Pussy Riot was all but booked to play the Clinton Inaugural, and the great …

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IQ & academic success

According to a recent meta-analysis, the correlation between IQ and school grades in the general population is nearly 0.55. Meanwhile the correlation between IQ and years of education in the U.S. is also 0.55.  Given the similarity between these two correlations, we can think of them both as just the 0.55 correlation between IQ and academic success.

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Immigrant Crime Rates in Germany

One of the problems critics of mass immigration face is that there aren’t that many concrete statistics on their crime rates (substantially thanks to European institutions being in the habit of forbidding the gathering of said race/ethnicity data). But things do leak through every now and then and more often than not they tend to confirm the hateful stereotypes.

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Why Re-Colonization? Future Orientation

Each day, the Kung San walked long distances to the mongongo groves to collect their fruits.   Once he asked a tribesman why nobody had ever made an attempt to grow mongongo trees near some of the permanent water holes where the tribe resided.  “You could do that if you wanted to,” he replied, “but by the time the trees bore fruit, you would be long dead.” –Anthropologist Richard Lee

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The Tsar is Far

No sort of philosophy of history, whether Slavophil or Westerniser, has yet solved the enigma,  why a most unstatelike people has created such an immense and mighty state,  why so anarchistic a people is so submissive to bureaucracy,  why a people free in spirit as it were does not desire a free life?  –Nikolai Berdyaev, 1915 The sky is high; the tsar is far.  –Russian proverb Two things have mystified the Francis Fukuyamas of the world about non-Western peoples and their way of ‘adopting democracy.’  One is these peoples’ annoying propensity to produce rulers who stuff urns, crack heads, and …

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Chalk and cheese

“Our Italian colleagues from University of Rome Tor Vergata and University of Parma proposed  an idea that [as far as] public feelings of security and trust in the judicial system, southern and northern Italy should be treated as two separate countries.  In their view, they are as different as chalk and cheese: in the northern part, the sense of necessity in terms of obeying the rules and moral condemnation of corruptive conduct in authoritative organs is much higher than in the South.”   (E.U. Ethics Standardization Team member)

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MORE THAN A BAN

Why is the Establishment so fearful and emotional about Trump’s temporary travel ban on seven countries? After all, Obama had a similar temporary ban on travel from Iraq. And Jimmy Carter even deported students from Iran with legal visas. So Trump’s actions on the surface are not really much different. But when Trump does it, they say “American ideals” are under attack. In a way, I would agree that they are right!

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Ethnocentrism: A Finer-Grained Look at How It Happened

In my earlier entry, we saw that the thing that made the difference between WEIRD Northwestern Europeans and their more clannish neighbors was the selective pressures that each underwent during their histories – particularly since the fall of Rome until the present. This era in time established the conditions in which different sorts of individuals survived and reproduced, eventually leading to the modern world as we know it. As before, it is to be understood that these differences have a genetic basis. That is, they are heritable. This means that genetic differences between different peoples lead to differences in their …

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Who’s Afraid of Affirmative Action?

Meritocracy is rare indeed, however far back in history we may look.  Member-of-my-family-ocracy, on the other hand, can be found almost everywhere.  Political dynasties are as old as time.  Ancien régime France let state posts be passed down from father to son, like a house. In clannish Arab lands today, one’s spot in college, the army, or the civil service is largely determined by the power of one’s relatives. David Pryce-Jones on Arab society: To take the everyday matter of wanting to obtain a job, a young man approaches the head of his family or clan, his patron.  The head …

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Why Every Warrior Should Own a Firearm

Excerpted from the book, A Masters Guide to the Way of the Warrior By Stefan H. Verstappen Better to have a gun and not need it, than to need a gun and not have one. While many martial arts schools teach a variety of ancient weapons, which is an exciting if quaint pursuit, to live like a warrior in the modern age, and not as a slave, you need to own a firearm.

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Megyn Kelly goes to NBC

After which the God-Emperor Ascendant sent her to NBC, shorn, dishonored, unwanted, and unloved. From the Carlos Slim blog: Megyn Kelly, who arrived at Fox News 12 years ago as a television news neophyte but rose to become one of its two biggest stars, has decided to leave the network to take on a broad new role at NBC News for an undisclosed amount, people briefed on the negotiations said on Tuesday.

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