The following is a fine piece of writing by my friend Rusty. I’m sharing it here with his permission. ~ Mickey Henry Last week after leaving work I was in a very good mood and had finally gotten a little bit into the Christmas spirit. The traffic was terrible (at least from a country boy’s point of view) and I was anxious to see the city limit sign that greets me every week day on my way home from work. When I see that sign it means that I’m on a four lane highway and can set my cruise control […]
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The Kinist community has been watching with great interest the fallout from the public revelation of Doug Phillips’ marital infidelity. While I in no way celebrate the damage done by his sins, I am nevertheless rejoicing in the downfall of a man whose public and private actions have done so much harm to Christendom. Phillips never injured me personally, but let’s just say I find high-functioning pathological narcissists to be intellectually interesting. Plus, a number of my friends were not left unscathed, and Kinists tend to be very protective of their kith & kin from outside attacks. A social order […]
From Ross Douthat’s generally excellent introduction to Robert Nisbet’s The Quest for Community: What was Nisbet’s insight? Simply put, that what seems like the great tension of modernity—the concurrent rise of individualism and collectivism, and the struggle between the two for mastery—is really no tension at all. It seemed contradictory that the heroic age of nineteenth-century laissez faire, in which free men, free minds, and free markets were supposedly liberated from the chains imposed by throne and altar, had given way so easily to the tyrannies of Mussolini, Hitler, Stalin, and Mao. But it was only a contradiction, Nisbet argued, […]
Non-Christian thought is a bottomless pit, and one can easily consume himself in its study. Nevertheless, while it is better to comprehend the truth, it is foolhardy to remain ignorant of our enemies. Towards that end, I’ve found the following to be an extremely useful guide when comparing esoteric traditions like Freemasonry, Theosophy, the New Age movement, Kabbalahism, Mormonism, etc. From The Western Esoteric Traditions, by Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke: Taking the Renaissance concordance of Neoplatonism, Hermeticism, and Kabbalah, along with astrology, alchemy, and magic, Faivre deduced six fundamental characteristics of esoteric spirituality. The ﬁrst four of these he described as intrinsic […]
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Join us on October 5th at 10pm, EST as Robert Fingolfin lays out everything you need to know about special forces and operations. Robert’s previous Tribal Theocrat Live interviews: One | Two | Three | Four
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Mickey Henry will join us on 09-21-2013 @ 10pm EST to discuss the topic of envy. Topics to be discussed include: 1) What Envy Is, and How it Differs from Jealousy 2) Racial Equality, Inferiority, and Superiority 3) Biblical Teaching on Envy 4) Destroying the Superior Through Envy 5) Envy-Avoidance and the Fear of Self-Improvement 6) Racial Envy as Necessitating Ethno-Nationalism 7) Envy as a Driver of Socialistic Wealth Redistribution 8) Black Magic, the Third World, Sibling Rivalry, and Other Topics
Nathanael Strickland of Faith & Heritage interacts with a 1960 sermon from Bob Jones: Kinism is often accused of being a new invention by our multiracialist Alienist opponents. Our response is that, while the name may be new, our beliefs are the same as historical Christianity; we are forced to take on a new name for ourselves due to the Marxist hijacking of modern Christianity. While they may sit in control of the denominations and speak for what passes as Christianity at present, it is their views which are the new invention. We are the true heirs of the Christian […]
From Gonzalo Fernandez de la Mora’s Egalitarian Envy: The Political Foundations of Social Justice: Marxist egalitarianism is not only political and economic (“to each one according to his needs”) it is anthropological. The subject of the communist society is not the individual, but generic man. This is the famous text: “When the real, individual man will retake possession of the abstract citizen, when in his empirical life, in his individual work, and in his individual relations he becomes transformed into generic being; when man recognizes his own strength as the strength of society…only then will he attain human emancipation.” This […]
From Antony Sutton’s Wall Street And The Bolshevik Revolution: From these unlikely seeds grew the modern internationalist movement, which included not only the financiers Carnegie, Paul Warburg, Otto Kahn, Bernard Baruch, and Herbert Hoover, but also the Carnegie Foundation and its progeny International Conciliation. The trustees of Carnegie were, as we have seen, prominent on the board of American International Corporation. In 1910 Carnegie donated $10 million to found the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, and among those on the board of trustees were Elihu Root (Root Mission to Russia, 1917), Cleveland H. Dodge (a financial backer of President Wilson), […]
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Tune in on September 7, 2013 @10pm EST as Tim Harris discusses the real Holy Catholic Church and our duty to it. Which protestant churches are formally legit and which are dead branches? What makes one legit: proper succession, orders, “marks” of the church The process of leaving a church: (i.e., elders being booted out for gospel orthodoxy) What is are duty to a corrupt, valid church? Was Protestantism a Jewish revolution/subversion? Is Eastern Orthodox part of the HCC?