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Somebody’s Spreading the STDs

I was standing in the express line (twelve items or less) at Food Lion, one of the South’s low to mid-tier grocery chains. I prefer Food Lion over Kroger and Whole Foods because it’s genuinely quicker to get in and out when running errands – the bourgeois and intolerable SWPLs and organic-only non-GMO fanatics swarm the two stores and make the experience more than unpleasant. There is a tradeoff for shopping at Food Lion though, you’ll experience a mixed (and colorful) bag of humanity. On one hand, you’ve got your salt of the Earth – country folks, rednecks and blue-collar …

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Raid on Eben-Emael

I was chatting with a normie “history buff” recently while attending a company happy hour. In normie conversations, typically those at work events, the usual talking points revolve around sportsball, Netflix original series, vapid happenings on social media and dull watercooler gossip. After about twenty minutes of disingenuous engagement, I’m either ready to increase my alcohol intake (to deaden my senses to the prattle concerning LeBron James) or hit the road. As I was about to leave, the “history buff,” who had spent the majority of our time together discussing the HBO series Westworld, abruptly changed the subject and asked …

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Zulu – Men of Harlech!

On January 11th, 1879, Lord Chelmsford led an invading British army into Zululand and raised the ire of the Zulu nation, perhaps one of the most vicious of Africa’s savage tribes. His army crossed the Tugela River the same day at Rorke’s Drift, a small river crossing and mission station that connects British Natal and Zululand. A small supply depot was built at the ford and then garrisoned by the brave lads of B Company, 2nd Battalion, 24th (2nd Warwickshire) Regiment of Foot (2nd/24th) under Lieutenant Gonville Bromhead.

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Rebel Yell 146: William S. Lind & Silas Reynolds

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 46th episode of Rebel Yell, we have two interviews. In our first, we speak to William S. Lind about 4th Generation Warfare. In our second, we speak to our own Silas Reynolds who has just returned from NPI.

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The Fall of the South’s Long Gray Lines

“For almost all of VMI’s more than a century and a half of existence, its single sex status reflected the uniform practice for government supported military colleges. Another famous Southern institution, The Citadel, has existed as a state funded school of South Carolina since 1842…the tradition of having government funded military schools for men is as well rooted in the traditions of this country as the tradition of sending only men into military combat. The people may decide to change the one tradition, like the other, through democratic processes; but the assertion that either tradition has been unconstitutional through the …

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The Rise of Weimerica’s Legions

“Senators were apparently discouraged from serving – a policy that became permanent about half a century later under Gallienus; Italian-borne men, except in moments of great emergency, practically disappeared from the rank and file (although they still held higher commands); the old praetorian guard, the exclusive reserve of Italians, was disbanded and then refashioned using the best legionnaires from the frontier. This weakened the central tenet of the imperial army: Rome’s dominance. Yet the citizen-soldier ideal would be renewed in 312 A.D. when the next emperor, Caracalla (Septimius’ son), extended citizenship to all freeman within the Roman Empire. By extending …

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Normalizing a Nigger Nightmare

The calm, deliberate composure with which he spoke of his late deeds and intentions, the expression of his fiend-like face when excited by enthusiasm, still bearing the stains of the blood of helpless innocence about him; clothed with rags and covered with chains; yet daring to raise his manacled hands to heaven, with a spirit soaring above the attributes of man; I looked on him and my blood curdled in my veins. – The Confessions of Nat Turner, Thomas R. Gray, 1831

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Marijuana – For Losers and Degenerates

Weed, dope, ganja, chronic, 420, etc. It doesn’t matter what the jiggaboos, wiggers and hippies call it--its consumption is the mark of a loser degenerate. And no, I’m not referring to the sixty-five year old woman with cancer, whose doctor prescribed it to her. Every person I’ve ever met that smokes (not tried) marijuana has been a worthless failure. I know folks don’t make the best decisions when they’re young, but if you’re over twenty-five and still smoking dope, chances are you have a dead-end job (if you even have one), look like a dirty slob and are a directionless disappointment. In other words, you’re a (((Seth Rogen))) character.

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Dirty Harry: Fascist Medievalism

“When you’re making a picture with Clint Eastwood, you naturally want things to be simple, and the basic contest between good and evil is as simple as you can get. It makes this genre piece more archetypal than most movies, more primitive and dreamlike; fascist medievalism has a fairy-tale appeal.” – (((Pauline Kael)))

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Why We Can’t Have Nice Things

In a White enthnostate, I’d have a hard time arguing against universal healthcare. As a recovering paleoconservative, historically, I had much disdain for the idea of tax subsidized healthcare–let the proles suffer or, I would ask, “Are there no prisons, and are there no workhouses?” I’ve “evolved” since then, but only with respect to a White people–the old, young, pregnant women, mentally handicapped and those suffering from a major condition. The rest of the races can sod off.

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