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The Fat of the Land

A Book Review I’m going to do something I haven’t done in a while and talk about a book. The Fat of the Land by John Seymour is a classic “back to the land” memoir in the vein of 10 … Continue reading

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Some Perspective is in Order

Okay let’s get this out of the way right up front. Nazi’s and Racists can go to hell, and while I’m at it Commies can join them. In fact Commies can go first; after all, they’ve killed more people. Firstly … Continue reading

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On Regret

I’m not afraid to admit when I am wrong about something and today I feel like I have been wrong about Trump. I voted for the first time in 12 years this last November because I knew and still know, … Continue reading

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The Alt-Left

There is some really intriguing and important work being done by Hanzi Freinacht at his site Metamoderna.org. There is some real interesting synergy between what he is writing about – the Alt-Left- and the Alt-Right that I am describing. To … Continue reading

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THIS HITLER NONSENSE …

Originally posted on Regie's Blog:
I am not an expert on Hitler. But my father is. He toured post-war Germany extensively in 1957 and ’58 as a child performer. And he often recounts the stories. He befriended  teenage Lebensborn…

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Did Climate Scientists Screw up their Math?

The discussion below is certainly interesting. I will frankly not be surprised if what Monckton says is true. I remain skeptical though, and open to the science and the data, which I think unquestionably shows that global warming exists, and … Continue reading

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Meet the Real Alt-Right

Finding the seeds of an Integral Social Wave in the populist alt-right movement In my last post I made the case that Integral thinkers should find a silver lining in the recent US presidential election. Despite the fact that the election … Continue reading

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