Jamie Kelso, Jul. 29, 2011

July 29, 2011


Jamie Kelso’s themes in his July 29, 2011 radio show are all derived from the prophecies and ponderings of the January 1992 issue of Instauration which Kelso has just put online at, and further discusses at There was a pro-White political party back in that year of 1992. It was the Populist Party. Thanks to the usual intra-movement backbiting that was taking place then the Populist Party collapsed. But the man fighting to save it, Don Wassall, the chairman of the Populist Party from 1988 to 1992, did not collapse. He’s helping in the instauration (restoration) of that political effort as Executive Director of the new American Third Position party ( Kelso is the Membership Coordinator in this current effort to stoke the pro-White political fires, eager to hear from you at the A3P hotline: 561 351-4424.

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Announcing the VoR Video Project

July 28, 2011

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Here is a short, low resolution snippet of Paul Fromm speaking* on the free speech issue at the Dark Ages Conference in Feb. 2011:

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This video and the accompanying Flash player code is hosted entirely on VoR’s Web server. Note that no editing or production went into the video. It’s simply a test for a proof of concept.

The VoR Video Project is potentially a game changer. VoR’s video hosting capability will put our voices outside the reach of the terms of service of YouTube and similar hosting services. It will also enable us to post videos of indefinite size and length.

We are going to need additional storage space and Internet bandwidth in order to move forward on this. If you would like to see this project move forward, please consider giving a generous donation.

* Incidentally, the Paul Fromm speech can be watched in its entirety on YouTube.

The European American Hour: Norway is Noway

July 28, 2011

Anders Behring Breivik

Stan discusses Anders Breivik’s maniacal killings within the framework of Zionism’s influence on European peoples world wide.

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The Orthodox Nationalist: Khazaria

July 28, 2011

Svjat I Kyiv

Matt Johnson discusses:

  • The Khazar empire;
  • Khazaria and the Talmud;
  • Khazar economy based on slavery;
  • The reason the Khazars converted to Talmudism;
  • The reasons for the fall of Khazaria;
  • Khazaria and Anti-Christ.

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Visit Matt’s VoR program page, for books, essays and articles.

The Fighting Side of Me: The Comic and the Tragic

July 28, 2011

[This week's Fighting Side of Me was delayed two days due to a power outage on Tuesday. Also see last week's show just recently posted.]

David Wu

Paul Fromm:

  • Marvels at Philistin (“Crazy”) Paul the Haitian gangster jailed because he couldn’t shoot straight;
  • Wonders about recently resigned Congressman David Wu, accused of forced sex with a campaign donor’s teen daughter. Wu is undergoing psychiatric treatment. He e-mailed people with pics of him in a tiger suit;
  • Reports from Nanaimo, British Columbia on the inquest into the October, 2009 police shooting of White Nationalist Jeff Hughes. At least a dozen shots were fired by some officers who raided Hughes’ apartment after a noise complaint. Hughes was allowed to bleed out for 20 minutes. No one in the squad of 10 armoured and armed officers dared approach the wounded man as a fellow officer kept saying, “I don’t see the weapon,” they would later claim he had. [An unfired flare pistol was later miraculously discovered on his body.]

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Jamie Kelso, Jul. 28, 2011

July 28, 2011

Cover of book 'Beyondism' by Raymond Cattell

Raymond Bernard Cattell (1905-1998) was one of the greatest psychologists, maybe the greatest, to devote his genius to the well-being of his race. He wrote dozens of books and hundreds of articles. The greatest of his books appeared in 1987 under the title “Beyondism: Religion from Science”. Cattell’s importance was recognized by Wilmot Robertson (1915-2005). Kelso has put online the issues of Robertson’s magazine, Instauration, which saluted Cattell’s achievement, here: and discussed at Kelso’s July 25, 26, 27 and 28, 2011 radio shows are based on readings from Cattell’s book “Beyondism”.

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The Mark Weber Report: The Enduring Legacy of Rudolf Hess

July 27, 2011

Rudolf Hess

The grave site of Hitler’s deputy had become such a popular shrine that authorities recently had the dead man’s bones dug up and cremated, with the ashes then strewn at sea. In this review of Rudolf Hess’ life and legacy, Weber explains why so many honor his memory, and regard him as a prisoner of peace and a victim of a vindictive age. In the aftermath of World War II, the Allied powers condemned Hess to life imprisonment for “crimes against peace,” even though he had risked his life in a daring attempt to end war between Britain and Germany. His treatment underscores the vindictiveness and hypocrisy of the victors, and especially the injustice of the inter-Allied Nuremberg Tribunal. In the final portion of this broadcast, Weber talks about a new book by American scholar, John Mearsheimer, “Why Leaders Lie,” which explains why leaders in the US and other mass democracies so often deceive and mislead the public.

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The Stark Truth: Interview with “Iranian for Aryans”

July 27, 2011

Persepolis griffons

Robert Stark interviews “Iranian for Aryans”, a pro-Western Iranian blogger, born in Iran and now living in Arizona. Topics include:

  • Iranian for Aryans’ personal experiences in Iran and America;
  • How those experiences shaped his outlook on politics and race relations;
  • Relationship between Iran and the West; Muslims in Europe;
  • The racial makeup and culture of Iranians.

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Jamie Kelso, Jul. 27, 2011

July 27, 2011

Raymond Cattell, age 15

Raymond Bernard Cattell (1905-1998) was one of the greatest psychologists, maybe the greatest, to devote his genius to the well-being of his race. He wrote dozens of books and hundreds of articles. The greatest of his books appeared in 1987 under the title “Beyondism: Religion from Science”. Cattell’s importance was recognized by Wilmot Robertson (1915-2005). Kelso has put online the issues of Robertson’s magazine, Instauration, which saluted Cattell’s achievement, here: and discussed at Kelso’s July 25, 26, 27 and 28, 2011 radio shows are based on readings from Cattell’s book “Beyondism”.

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On Events in Syria: Media Control, Ideology and the State

July 27, 2011

By Matt Johnson

Bashar al-Assad

There is no such thing as a spontaneous uprising. In fact, such a thing is generally impossible. In today’s political world, political movements must be well organized and financed in order to function. Demonstrations, campaigns, media blitzes, events, rallies, communication, funding and all the other elements of serious reform movements take time and much money to put together. These require faxes, mobile phones, computer networks, elite support, and dozens of other important and expensive variables rarely considered by the Western press in dealing with “spontaneous” uprisings. None of this can happen without organization and planning.

The “Russian” revolution was not spontaneous; neither was the French, British or American. All were based on money, power, competent leadership, foreign funding, crucial elite support, a coherent agenda, and, as always, abstract and vague sloganeering that could be interpreted in any number of ways. They, as well, also all claimed to be speaking for “the people.” Syria is no exception.

The facts are very clear. Israel and the United States are the only elements that stand to gain from the overthrow of the social nationalist government in Syria. Syria is a country that was well on her way to economic development and regional significance out of proportion to her size. A strong government is always necessary to keep all Arab, Islamic and Christian factions apart. Lebanon and Iraq are clear examples of this.

The script is all too familiar: a “despotic” government (almost always an enemy of Israel and liberalism), finally gets its “comeuppance” from “oppressed and heroic” people who just want “democracy” or some other vague demand. The American media have maintained the same script from Belarus to Egypt; from El Salvador to China; from Russia to East Timor. Nothing has changed.

The Islamic Committee in Russia, as well as the Russian government, has blamed the violence in Syria on Israel and the U.S., two countries seeking to control the world’s resources and manipulate its politics. The Islamic banking movement now has assets of over $1 trillion. All the states that have been the victims of “spontaneous revolution” are supporters of this new banking movement, one independent of both the European and Jewish banking cartels.

All the “peaceful demonstrations” reported by the biased Western media have been infiltrated with terror cells of all backgrounds that have fired at police. Only then was the army called out. Here are the facts:

  • There is nothing going on in Syria or in its government that is not daily fare in Israel and the occupied territories.

  • The Ba’ath party has engaged in substantial economic and political reforms for about a decade. These include freeing prices and stabilizing the currency. Bureaucratic and corporate level reforms have been legislated since the late 1980s. None of these are mentioned in the Western media.

  • The banking sector has been streamlined and so has the tax system. In fact, the IMF has praised Syria for her reforms since 2000, if not before.

  • The Ba’ath party government since the late 1970s has engaged in land reform that has given land to the peasants who till it. As a result, the farming class is strongly behind the Ba’ath movement.

  • The Syrian GDP since 2000 has more than doubled in size under the Ba’ath party.

  • The highest 10 percent of the Syrian population control only 28 percent of the wealth. In the United States, the top 10 percent control about 71 percent of the wealth. The Syrian system has worked—it has created strong growth plus a great degree of equality. The American system has not worked.

  • The state bank is actually owned by the state, which means that the Syrian pound is relatively immune to Western manipulation.

  • The U.S., in its occupation of Iraq and Afghanistan, banned any and all political parties that were anti-Western.

  • The Ba’ath government since 2000 has spent billions to repair the infrastructure, services and security in the cities.

  • Pro-government rallies far surpass the numbers of of the anti-government ones, both in the number of participants as well as their geographic dispersion, including the large Syrian community in Lebanon.

  • Syrian life expectancy is about 74, which is a first-world figure.

  • Syrian literacy stands at about 90 percent.

  • According to some figures, Syria was set to grow at about 10 percent a year prior to the violence.

  • The Syrian government has consistently asked the opposition groups to meet for talks. They have all refused.

  • Assad promised to lift all emergency laws, but as soon as the announcements had been made, more violence was imposed on the country. In other words, someone seems to need this “crackdown” to continue.

  • Russian FSB units, long active in Syria, reject the idea that these armed groups are anything other than Israeli-armed terror cells that represent no one but themselves and their sponsors.

  • Syrian farmers bringing food to the major cities have reported being fired upon by anti-government terror units.

  • Foreign media are not permitted into Syria. Thus, all Western reporting on the country is highly suspect, since none of it can be verified.

  • Many Western media “reports” allegedly coming out of Syria use pseudonyms, hence conveniently making it impossible to trace the source of any information.

No one can deny that the Ba’ath party has been a success in Syria. In a few years, the Ba’ath party took this impoverished, former colony of France and turned it into a regional power both in a military and an economic sense. Yet, this is precisely the problem. The Ba’ath party under Saddam in Iraq and under the Assads in Syria were on the cusp of becoming important, first-world powers. It was right around this time that they were branded as “evil” states in need of sanctions. Iraq, Iran and Syria have been growing at a great pace not just in terms of economics, but education, literacy, heath care, high-technology, infrastructure, banking, military and foreign affairs. Israel was not going to sit by and let its three greatest enemies become Middle Eastern versions of South Korea.

Some of the most damning indictments of the American academic and journalistic elites have come from Belgian professor Pierre Piccinin of the European School of Brussels. He has made himself clear, to the detriment of his own career, that the Western media “lack professional integrity” in their present coverage of the violence in Syria.

For example, Piccinin holds the Western media responsible for taking close-up shots of small protests and claiming that these represent “millions” of anti-government activists. He was at the anti-government demonstration in Hama, with, in his estimation, numbered about 15,000 people. The Western press without exception reported the numbers to be over 500,000 and a “broad cross section” of the Syrian population.

Former British Member of Parliament George Galloway was reported as saying that the “only reason” Syria is under foreign attack is that they “have supported the Palestinian and Lebanese resistance and rejected any surrender to Israel.” The Minister of State in Lebanon, Ali Quansu, said the same.

Here is just one example, from the BBC, of the biased reporting of the West in dealing with the Syrian protests. The title of the piece is “Syria’s Spontaneously Organized Protests.” The title itself is proof of the laughable bias of the BBC here, a long opponent of Syrian anti-Zionism. The very fact that the BBC needs to title the piece this way strongly suggests they are well aware that the truth is precisely the opposite. It’s like telling everyone how much you love your wife as you are cheating on her. The author of the piece is based in Beruit, and hence, is relatively far from the action. She writes:

Just like the revolutions in Egypt and Tunisia, the protests in Syria are a grassroots movement, with no real leaders but with a number of prominent activists who keep things going.

How many errors and verbal cues can you find in this paragraph? The use of the term “revolution” is strange, since apparently, these are just “grassroots” people who just want “democracy.” Revolution implies radicalism. If there are no leaders, then there is no articulated agenda, and hence, no way to figure out if they are “revolutionary” or not. How can something be spontaneous and organized at the same time? There is no proof—and none is offered—that this is just a “grassroots movement.” The use of this cliché, among many others, suggests a script rather than an actual report. What does “no real leaders” mean? Who is articulating demands, then? Who are these “prominent activists?”

One of these “prominent activists” who has been feeding information to the Western media is the “dissident” Ammar Abdulhami of Silver Spring, Maryland. Among other things, he has worked at the “Saban Center for Middle East Policy” at the Brookings Institution as a “research scholar.” Haim Saban, of course, is the Jewish media mogul who created this “Institute.” He is a right-wing Zionist worth about $4 billion. He controls most cartoon TV for kids in America. The “Institute” was headed by AIPAC head Martin Indyk for a time. Indyk was also U.S. ambassador to Israel as well, where he was stripped of his security clearance for leaking sensitive documents to the Zionist state. Predictably, it was restored to him by the Jewish Zionist Madeline Albright.

In addition, Abdulhami was instrumental in founding HAMSA, a left-leaning group which is identical to the American Islamic Congress (even their websites are the same). The members of the board of the AIC are very instructive. One is Hillel Fradkin, the Jewish head of the “Center for Islam” at the Hudson Institute. Another is Harriet Fulbright of the infamous “Fulbright Center” from whence come the money for the Fulbright Scholarships. Sa’ad Eddin Ibrahim worked for the Woodrow Wilson Institute. Not surprisingly, this group also as a branch in Cairo. The point is that this set of “prominent activists,” no different from Amnesty International or dozens of other “human rights” groups, turns out to be a mere front for the rich, well-connected, suburban, liberal SUV set.

Even more chilling is that this “dissident” group has partnered with the International Relief and Development Agency, financed by U.S. taxpayers, to, in their words, “service provider training, media, advocacy, and mobile unit service delivery, and will be implemented with and through local partners such as The American Islamic Congress, Erbil Emergency Hospital and Burn Unit, Childhood Care and Sponsorship Organization, Psycho-Social, Education, Treatment and Consulting Center, Kurdistan Institute for Political Issues, and Heartland.”

In one of the more outrageous acts of the concerted Western press, major media sources claimed that physician Dr. Golan al Rifaei was imprisoned by Syrian security forces. The corporate funded “human rights” organizations such as Amnesty International mobilized their university supporters to demand his release. They created expensive dinner parties, hit up the Ford Foundation for money and set up rallies on college campuses to agitate for his release. He was used as a symbol for the “tyranny” of the Syrian government. Unfortunately for these groups, the doctor had been living in Russia since 2006, and remains a supporter of the government. They simply chose his name, as if out of a hat, and invented a story about him. This, unfortunately, is not atypical of the media in this regard.

The spectacle of endless, a-critical and laudatory reporting on the “lesbian girl” in Syria was both comical and saddening. In hopes of mobilizing the corporate-financed, multibillion homosexual movement in America and Europe in favor of intervention in Syria, the American media helped create and invent the “Gay Girl in Damascus,” which turned out to be an American man, Thomas McMaster. McMaster spun a tale about being kidnapped by the tyrannical Syrian government and tortured because of “her lesbianism.” It was widely reported, used as an example of “Ba’ath tyranny,” and, again, turned out to be a crude fake.

On May 29 of 2011, The Russia Times wrote this about Syria:

And yet against this supposedly inauspicious backdrop, one can walk alone in Damascus at any time, day or night. There is no overt military or police presence on the streets. Not long ago, Syria was one of the safest countries in the world. No checkpoints on the roads, patrols, road-side inspections or other signs of a militarized society. Even now, Syria does not look much like the “bloody dictatorship” described by the foreign media.

The Times also makes clear that, in unbiased media reports from the area, the disturbances are exclusively coming from one group in the country, the radically Islamic Salafi groups. Salafi movements are strong in the Gaza Strip, and have received money from the IDF because they are seen as a counterweight to Hamas and—and as a result—both Iranian and Syrian influence in the area. These armed gunmen are the main focus of the “anti-government” movement in Syria.

In fact, the pro-Syrian Hamas broke up some Salafi demonstrations in and around Israeli settlements in Gaza. Mossad is very active in using the Salafi and sympathetic Brotherhood members to destabilize all the Islamic and secular governments in the area. Mossad support for Islamic radicals used for destabilization purposes, needless to say, is nowhere to be found in the Western press.

Ilan Chaim Grapel, an American Jew in the pay of the Mossad, goes by the name of “Illanhu Akbar,” and speaks fluent Arabic. He was a speaker in several Egyptian mosques prior to the eruption of the violence in that country. Several Arab media outlets had this to say:

Grapel also gave a speech at the Al-Azhar mosque in Egypt, in which he demanded that the Egyptian worshipers should target the military and to resist against them at Al-Tahrir Square and generally incited the audience to engage in violence. He gave other “Islamic” speeches in the Hussein area and at Tahrir Square and in front of Maspero. He recorded the events, his speeches and the audience in video and he even managed to recruit some young people and convince them to attack the armed forces who were at al-Tahrir Square securing the demonstrators.

Left-wing journalist Joyce Chediac, no friend of the Ba’ath Party, wrote this in May of 2011:

The Syrian government-run media is not saying much, while the Western corporate media as well as Al Jazeera have been accused of exaggerating both the protests and the Syrian government repression. Russia Today on April 30 quotes a travel agent living in Syria who says pro-Assad rallies were called “anti-Assad” by Al Jazeera; anti-government protests reported by Al Jazeera and Reuters did not take place; and protest footage from other countries has been attributed to Syria.

While front-page articles give the impression that most of Syria has taken to the streets against Assad, most establishment Middle East pundits admit that the Syrian government, at this point, is supported by most Syrians.

Press TV, a multilingual news source specializing in the Middle East, writes in June of 2011:

Hundreds of Syrian civilians have also crossed the northern border into Turkey after the Turkish government announced that its doors are open to those seeking refuge.

The developments come as the US Central Intelligence Agency Director Leon Panetta recently visited the border between Syria and Turkey in a secret visit to Turkey. The United States and some regional countries support civil war in Syria.

Syrian army units on Monday restored security and tranquility to the city of Jisr al-Shaghour after clearing it from the armed groups that terrorized locals, attacked public and private properties, and wrought havoc in the city.

In the latest attempts, Washington and Tel Aviv are hatching plots to reignite the flames of unrest in Syria through smuggling weapons into the Arab country via the autonomous Kurdish region in northern Iraq.

A young doctoral student in Middle Eastern studies, Vanessa Newby, spoke of her visit to Damascus as the riots began:

As I walked the streets of the city, I got the sense that demonstrators were looking for a fight. There was more than a whiff of aggression in the way they yelled out to me and in their demeanour. They were predominantly young men. It was discomfiting and I was glad to return to my home and get off the streets.

The media until recently, attributed the lack of revolutionary spirit in Syria to the popularity of the President. The large pro-government protests that I witnessed demonstrated to me that, in some parts of the country, this is true. The President has continued to resist US efforts to encourage him to abandon Syria’s links to Hizbollah and Hamas and he refuses to make peace with Israel over the Golan Heights. This certainly makes him popular with some locals.

The simple fact is that these “revolutions” have been financed by the same people. Both the U.S. government through its “Institute for Peace,” as well as billionaire investors, fronted by such groups as the Albert Einstein Foundation, the Ford Foundation and “Humanity in Action” have all been operating in Syria, Egypt and Tunisia for many years. The “International Crisis Group” and various fronts created by George Soros have also been involved with training cadres for rebellion in countries considered inconvenient by the U.S. Government and global capitalism.

Jafaria News, a pro-Islamic news source, writes:

At the outset, the White House and the Tel Aviv regime provoked anti-government protests in Syria’s southern city of Daraa near the border with Jordan.

There is now clear evidence that weapons, cell phones and terrorists from Jordan were transferred into the city to further complicate the situation on the ground, analysts say.

The Syrian army began withdrawing its forces from Daraa in early May after arresting scores of heavily-armed people and confiscating large amounts of sophisticated weapons and ammunition.

The US and Israel then sparked revolts in the cities of Baniyas, located on Syria’s Mediterranean coast, and Talkalakh near the Lebanese border.

Outfitted with one of the strongest militaries in the region, armed rebellion against the Syrian government makes no sense, unless there are mercenaries, trained in advanced weaponry, at work in Syria.

Nothing makes sense, as always, about the Regime’s reporting on the Syrian riots. The Syrian economy has, by both regional and global standards, has been doing well and was predicted by the IMF to do better in coming years. The new president Bashir al-Assad came into office promising all manner of reforms, and was always considered, by the same Western press now condemning him, as a reformer. The Ba’ath party’s “no surrender” to Israel made it perennially popular. Bashir has repaired all ties with Russia, bringing in much Russian investment, money and technical experts in the high-tech sector.

Like it or not, slogans about “democracy” in Syria make about as much sense as democracy in Iraq. These countries are deeply divided by race, religion and ethnicity. In all likelihood, political parties, as in Iraq, Afghanistan or Bosnia, will develop along these lines. If so, Israel, Turkey, the U.S., Georgia and numerous other pro-Western states have an interest in arming all of them, so as to turn Israel’s enemy #1 into another Lebanon.

The Sunic Journal: The Norway Killing, the Failure of Multiculturalism, and White Trash

July 26, 2011

Anders Behring Breivik

Tom discusses the political, psychological and racial implications of the recent massacre carried out by the white Norwegian gunman, Anders Behring Breivik. By tying in the Norwegian massacre to the liberal practice of multiculturalism, and by bringing up the case of the failed Yugoslav experiment in multiculturalism, Tom’s prognoses about the future of the West are bleak.

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Jamie Kelso, Jul. 26, 2011

July 26, 2011

Raymond Cattell

Raymond Bernard Cattell (1905-1998) was one of the greatest psychologists, maybe the greatest, to devote his genius to the well-being of his race. He wrote dozens of books and hundreds of articles. The greatest of his books appeared in 1987 under the title “Beyondism: Religion from Science”. Cattell’s importance was recognized by Wilmot Robertson (1915-2005). Kelso has put online the issues of Robertson’s magazine, Instauration, which saluted Cattell’s achievement, here: and discussed at Kelso’s July 25, 26, 27 and 28, 2011 radio shows are based on readings from Cattell’s book “Beyondism”.

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The Heretics’ Hour: Outrage and Violence in Europe

July 25, 2011

Rudolf Hess's grave

Hess grave before and after

Rodney Martin joins Carolyn for the second week to comment on the grave robbing of Rudolf Hess in Wunsiedel, Germany and the Oklahoma City-type bombing in Oslo, Norway, along with the gunning down of scores of teenagers at a island campground near Oslo. We know who is responsible for the first event but we’re not sure yet about the Norway massacre. Who is Anders Breivik really and who benefits from what he did? Time will tell.

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Jamie Kelso, Jul. 25, 2011

July 25, 2011

Instauration, 1989 Jun.

Raymond Bernard Cattell (1905-1998) was one of the greatest psychologists, maybe the greatest, to devote his genius to the well-being of his race. He wrote dozens of books and hundreds of articles. The greatest of his books appeared in 1987 under the title “Beyondism: Religion from Science”. Cattell’s importance was recognized by Wilmot Robertson (1915-2005). Kelso has put online the issues of Robertson’s magazine, Instauration, which saluted Cattell’s achievement, here: and discussed at Kelso’s July 25, 26, 27 and 28, 2011 radio shows are based on readings from Cattell’s book “Beyondism”.

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How true to life is Wiesel’s description of Buchenwald in Night?

July 24, 2011

By Carolyn Yeager

Ken Waltzer wrote in his comment on this blog on June 27th:

“More important, Elie Wiesel’s commentary in Night bears fairly close resemblance to the actual experiences he had at Buchenwald—as recorded in camp documents.” (my italics)


What are we to make of the words “fairly close resemblance?” According to Waltzer—and to Wiesel—Wiesel is writing down his own experience. “Every word is true!” Wiesel has said of his book Night. Thus it should exactly resemble the actual experience he had. I’m going to examine closely what is written in Night about Buchenwald to see if that is the case.

It’s not too difficult because the newest English edition of Night1—a new translation by wife Marion Wiesel which changes (corrects) some of the more blatant “boo-boos” found in the original 1960 edition—comprises only 115 pages. Of that, Wiesel’s description of his time at Buchenwald begins on page 104, giving it only 11 pages (one page being blank).

Wiesel wrote a new preface for this new translation in which he tries to answer some of the more common criticisms of his book. His answer to the differences between the Yiddish And the World Remained Silent and Night is that he cut passages he thought might be superfluous … or “too personal, too private, perhaps.” Strange thing to say since he had already published it. Concerning Buchenwald, he quotes the original writing about the death of his father, where the club-wielder is called “an SS” three times! In Night, as you will see below, this person becomes simply “an officer.” Naturally I ask: Did this scene even happen? Wiesel also tries to explain why he cut out from the ending so much of what was in the Yiddish version, but in doing so he leaves unmentioned an extensive part of what he cut. I have quoted these two endings in Shadowy Origins of Night, Part II.

Wiesel begins his experience at Buchenwald by writing that upon reaching the entrance to the Buchenwald camp along with his father and all the new arrivals from his transport, the SS counted them and they were directed to the Appelplatz (roll call area inside the camp) where loudspeakers ordered “Form ranks of fives! Groups of one hundred! Five steps forward!” He then writes, “A veteran of Buchenwald (as he puts it), told us that we would be taking a shower and afterward be sent to different blocks.” He makes it sound as if it were one of those among them, but it actually had to be a Kapo.

He writes that hundreds of prisoners crowded the shower area and made it difficult to get in, therefore his father wanted to find a place to sit down and wait—which he did in a pile of snow where there were other ‘bodies’ sticking out. Dead or alive we’re not told. It’s one of those literary scenes wherein Eliezer confronts Death via his fear of his father’s death. He writes: “This discussion (with his father) continued for some time.” Then … “sirens began to wail … lights went out … guards chased us toward the blocks.” They obviously did not get a hot shower. Wiesel adds: “The cauldrons at the entrance found no takers.” 2

Are we to believe that the kapos, or “veterans of Buchenwald,” allowed non-disinfected, non-showered detainees into the barracks, possibly carrying lice and other vermin with them? No way could this have happened. Yet Wiesel writes: “We let ourselves sink into the floor. To sleep was all that mattered.” I guess it was okay because they didn’t get into the beds.

In the morning, having lost track of his father the night before, he went to search for him. What about the regimentation? What about the early morning roll call? Wiesel writes: “I walked for hours without finding him. Then I came to a block where they were distributing black ‘coffee.’ ” 3 He heard his father’s voice asking for some coffee. He brought it to him. “He was lying on the boards,” meaning, I suppose, a bare bunk. Then, “We had been ordered to go outside to allow for cleaning of the blocks (barracks). Only the sick could remain inside. (If that was the case, they were not fumigating.) We stayed outside for five hours. We were given soup. When they allowed us to return to the blocks, I rushed toward my father” … who told Eliezer he had not been given any soup because “they said we would die soon and it would be a waste of food.”  

Apparently, he stayed with his father in that barracks, making sure he was fed. Were they allowed to live in whatever barracks they chose? Again, there is no explanation given for this.  He then writes that on the third day after their arrival everybody had to go to the showers, even the sick. Having done that (with no description of the process at all), they again had to wait “a long time” outside the barracks while they were being cleaned.

He fills a couple of pages with scenes of watching his father deteriorate amidst all the heartlessness. Then, after a week, a Blockälteste (block warden) told him he couldn’t save his father and he should help himself by eating his father’s rations. Instead, he pretends to be sick so he can stay in the barracks with his father. He doesn’t go to roll call. Now comes the famous passage in which he writes: “In front of the block, the SS were giving orders. An officer passed between the bunks. My father was pleading: “My son, water…I’m burning up…My insides …” The officer shouts at him to be quiet, walks over with a club and hits him “a violent blow to the head.” On that night, January 28, 1945, his father allegedly died.

The main problems with reality in this passage are:

1) The SS is known to have not been active inside the camp; the prisoner-trustees, usually communists, took care of giving the prisoners their orders. So the SS would not be in front of the block giving orders.

2) “An officer” can only be an SS officer. But they never came inside the barracks. Inmates, no matter how much “in charge” they might be, were not called officers. So who was this mysterious “officer” who was  inside the barracks? Not SS at all; just part of the fiction and another attempt to assign brutalities to the SS.

Eliezer says he did not weep for his father. He was numb. He was transferred to the children’s block, where he remained with 600 others until April 11. That’s two and a half months, yet he tells us nothing of that time except that he did have an appetite and his only interest was getting an extra ration of soup. On April 5 (he knew the exact date) “we were inside the block, waiting for an SS to come and count us. He was late. Such lateness was unprecedented in the history of Buchenwald.”

Same problem as above: the official story (and Waltzer’s story) tells us that the communist “veterans” had these boys hidden away in the “small camp” where they cared for them, keeping them away from the SS and the camp authorities. We know that the SS did not go inside the blocks. Yet Wiesel writes that they did every day because on this day they were late. Covering for Wiesel, Waltzer writes on his website:

…the 16-year old Wiesel was assigned to a special barracks that was created and maintained by the clandestine underground resistance in the camp as part of a strategy of saving youths. This block, Block 66, was located in the deepest part of the disease-infested little camp, a separate space below the main camp at Buchenwald that was beyond the normal Nazi SS gaze (the local SS officer actively cooperated and conducted appels inside the barracks).

The barracks was overseen by block elder Antonin Kalina, a Czech Communist from Prague, and his deputy, Gustav Schiller, a Polish-Jewish Communist originally from Lvov. Odon Gati, a Communist from Budapest, was stubendienst. Schiller, who appears briefly in “Night,” was a father figure and mentor, especially for the Polish-Jewish boys and many of the Czech-Jewish boys, but he was less liked, and even feared, by Hungarian- and Romanian-Jewish boys, especially religious boys, including Wiesel. He appears in “Night” as a menacing figure, armed with a truncheon.

First, Waltzer mentions the underground. But they did not have the power to hide away the youths who were assigned to the special barracks 66. It was a policy of the Camp Commandant to separate these children to keep them safe, to feed them as well as possible, and they were fully aware of the children’s barrack 66 where they were kept. Thus. there may have been a “local SS officer” assigned to look after Block 66 to make sure everything was being done according to regulations … that is, even to supervise, to some extent, the communist block leaders. The story that it was the communists who “saved these boys from death” is a fiction that was created later, after the liberation of the camp and the formation of the Buchenwald association which was made up of former prisoners of communist persuasion. It was the camp authorities who made the decision to place the “children” away and apart from the adult prisoners, not the underground resistance.

Second, Wiesel writes in Night, “Gustav, the Blockälteste, made it clear with his club” that they had to obey the order to gather in the Appelplatz. Doesn’t this imply that the communist overseers were not necessarily acting as “father-figures” and mentors, but simply as guards? Also note that the kapo Gustav was carrying a club and used it, while earlier it was an “officer” in the barracks who wielded a club against Eliezer’s father. Relative to this, Ferenc Kornfeld reports : “Without exception, the Kapos all had big sticks.” He also said a Kapo armband went with a double food ration. And, “They continually shouted and they hit people on the head and the neck.” Kornfeld wrote about Buchenwald: “There were common criminals, murderers and thieves, in concentration camps too. They were called the “Blockältesters”. They were the “Kapos” (bosses). As they were murderers, they had black triangles on their uniforms. The Kapos hit and slapped all of us.” So much for the idea of Blockälteste’s as mentors.

The abrupt ending of Night

Wiesel claims on pages 114-15 (the last two pages of the book) that on April 5 everyone, even the children, were ordered to gather in the Appelplatz. On the way, some prisoners told them to go back because the Germans planned to shoot them. They turned around and on the way back they learned that “the underground resistance of the camp had made the decision not to abandon the Jews and to prevent their liquidation.” What kind of nonsense is this? Well, it is “the story” which evolved that these communists at Buchenwald finally, on the very last day, fought the Germans. What really happened was the Germans were ready to abandon the camp on the 11th, which they did. Wiesel simply picks up that official fiction of the underground resistance and incorporates it into his narrative. I don’t think the Germans ever intended to evacuate the children and youths.

Apparently, after the 5th, blocks of prisoners were being evacuated to other camps. By April 10, Wiesel writes, “we had not eaten for nearly six days except for a few stalks of grass and some potato peels found on the grounds of the kitchen.” From whom did these potato peels come? Did their communist keepers gather them and bring them to the youths inside the barracks? Did the boys roam around freely and eat grass?  At ten o’clock the next morning, he tells us, the SS positioned themselves around the camp and began to herd the remaining inmates toward the Appelplatz. At this point the underground resistance members appeared “from everywhere” with guns and grenades. Eliezer and the other children “remained flat on the floor of the block.” (Therefore they saw nothing.) By noon, the SS had fled and the resistance was in charge. The first American tank arrived at 6 p.m.

Wiesel now wastes no time in concluding the book. He says he became very ill from food poisoning three days later because they “threw themselves on the provisions.” He spent two weeks in the hospital “between life and death.” One day he got up and looked in a mirror and saw only a corpse gazing back at him. This was at the end of April or first of May 1945. Yet he recovered so well that we see a healthy, smiling boy in the picture supposedly taken of him at Ambloy in late 1945 … or is it early or mid 1946?

It’s interesting that Wiesel made such a point later on of maintaining he had vowed in 1945 to wait ten years to write down his experiences. The reasons given, including that his memory would be sharper after ten years, are completely bogus—especially since his book bears little resemblance to the actual camps as we know them to be. The much longer Yiddish version was published in 1955-56. The abridged French version La Nuit in 1958; the English Night in 1960.


 I have to say Wiesel doesn’t describe Buchenwald at all. You don’t know anything about Buchenwald from reading Night. You don’t learn much about Eliezer or anyone else. You are given an impression of suffering, without rhyme or reason, so Buchenwald becomes synonymous with suffering, that’s about it. We don’t know what it looks like. We don’t know the name or the physical appearance of any person, not even Gustav carrying a club, who is said elsewhere to have had red hair. Wiesel makes up a story about “an officer” using a club in the barracks when it could only be a kapo (if it was anyone at all). He doesn’t tell us anything about the children in the barracks where he stayed for 2 ½ months. He doesn’t describe the few days after liberation, before he got sick. One did not have to be at Buchenwald to write what he wrote!

Ken Waltzer also writes at his website:

Elie Wiesel has acknowledged the role played by the clandestine underground and political prisoners in saving children and youth at Buchenwald, especially in his autobiography, but he did not attend to this in “Night.” It was not his purpose or focus in that book. Many of his fellow barracks members, however, who are still alive and remember very well their days and nights in Block 66; their relations with Kalina, Schiller and others; and the hope provided to them there, have been helping fill in the story.

You can see a couple of these fellow barracks members here:   Scroll down for Excerpts from the “Boys of Buchenwald” discussion panel (7.45 minutes)  You can judge for yourself how impressive they are…or not. Neither one mentions Elie Wiesel.


1. Elie Wiesel, Night, Hill and Wang, New York, 2006, 120 pgs.

2. This can only refer to  soup being available at the entrance to the barracks. Obviously, Eliezer and his father dawdling by having their long conversation caused them to miss out on both shower and soup.

3.  In the book, “coffee” is in quotes signifying it wasn’t real coffee. I left off the quote marks in the original writing because of the quote mark signifying the end of the sentence. Poor judgement on my part, but whether it was real coffee or not wasn’t the focus of my attention in this critique. However, the sharp attention of the author of the Scrapbookpages Blog picked up on this and wrote about Wiesel’s failure to know that real coffee was not served in the camps. My apology to “Furtherglory” for misleading him and to my readers also.  I have added the quote marks since reading the blog at Scrapbookpages Blog.

Source: Elie Wiesel Cons the World.

Réfléchir & Agir interviews Tom Sunic (in French)

July 24, 2011

Cover of 'Réfléchir & Agir-38'

[Tom Sunic was recently interviewed in the Summer 2011 edition of the French cultural quarterly Réfléchir & Agir].

Entretien avec Tomislav Sunic

Homo americanus rejeton de l’ère post-moderne

R&A: Le grand dissident russe Alexandre Zinoviev, qui avait fui le communisme pour rejoindre le camp de la liberté dont les Etats-Unis étaient l’emblème, avait inventé le terme d’homo sovieticus. Vous parlez, vous, d’homo americanus. A priori, en quoi ces deux types d’hommes se ressemblent-ils ?

TS: C’est l’état d’esprit tout d’abord. Il y a de braves homini sovietici en France du coté de Paris qui sont connus sous le nom de Gauche caviar. C’est le Même et son Double qui changent de lieux en fonction des idées à la mode. Aujourd’hui c’est l’utopie libérale qui mène la dance. D’où le fait que les anciens soixante-huitards français, les ex-communistes yougos, ou bien les scribes postsoviétiques n’ont eu aucun problème à se recycler subitement en de bons apôtres de l’américanisme. Les idées de la parousie communiste sont beaucoup plus réalisables en mimant l’esprit de l’homo americanus. Les ressemblances ? Eh bien, c’est la croyance dans le progrès, l’esprit égalitaire, le faux sentimentalisme, soit sous sa forme biblique, soit sous sa forme eschatologique visant le meilleur des mondes. Bref, tous les deux sont dépourvus du sens du tragique. C’est le signifiant qui nous trompe. Le fond du signifié, pourtant est toujours – le Même.

R&A: Quels sont les piliers idéologiques de ces deux formes de régime ?

TS: Toujours les mêmes quant à l’idéologie du Même : l’égalitarisme, le mondialisme et l’économisme. Non, il ne s’agit pas de la trahison des clercs par la Gauche occidentale et par les anciens apparatchiks soviétiques. Il y a bien longtemps qu’ils s’étaient rendus compte que les grands récits égalitaires et progressistes seraient beaucoup mieux véhiculés par l’Amérique et sa classe politico-médiatique. Le discours sur la fin d l’histoire, la grande « partouze » multiethnique et multiraciale, autrement portée aux nues par les bolcheviks, est cette fois-ci devenue la réalité opérationnelle en Amérique. Il faut préciser que j’utilise les termes américanisme ou homo americanus comme synonymes de libéralisme et d’homo economicus. Ceci dit, il y a des homini americani plus acharnés en Europe qu’en Amérique

R&A: Ne trouvez-vous pas qu’il est un peu hardi de comparer la terreur d’état communiste et le totalitarisme américain ?

TS: Absolument. Je préfère boire du coca que d’imaginer porter le casque soviétique sur ma tête. Entre Guantanamo et le Goulag, chacun son choix ! Mais quelles sont les conséquences pour la survie de l’esprit libre dans l’américanisme à longue durée ?- voilà la question. L’américanisme a réussi à neutraliser la sphère politique d’une manière plus efficace. Même la notion de dissidence, voire l’idée d’une rébellion quelconque, n’a aucun sens dans l’américanosphère. Le mal physique infligé dans les taules communistes et la vie spartiate de l’univers communiste – peu nombreux sont ceux qui tout en se targuant d’antiaméricanisme seraient prêts à renoncer aux délices de l’American way of life ! Moi compris. Mais regardons les choses à l’inverse. Peu nombreux furent ceux, dans l’univers communiste, qui voulurent échanger leur comportement d’homo sovieticus contre celui d’homo americanus sans se rassurer au préalable grâce à l’image-miroir d’une Amérique riche et opulente. Ce fut la comparaison avec son homologue américain dans l’imaginaire de l’homo sovieticus qui conduisit l’Union soviétique à la débâcle. Imaginez un monde effrayant où l’on perd la notion de comparaison. L’Amérique, étant aujourd’hui le seul hégémon au monde, et n’ayant pour l’instant aucun double, y a bel et bien réussi.

R&A: La démocratie existe-t-elle en Amérique ?

TS: Le terme « démocratie » est la plus grande blague lexicale du dernier millénaire ! Quand quelqu’un s’écrie « vive la démocratie » !, je me demande à qui cela sert-il, cui bono, qui a intérêt à se parer de ce vocable ? Vous pensez à Tocqueville ou bien à Evola qui nous on décrit la démocratie en Amérique ? Ou bien à Kim Il Sung qui fut un démocrate à part entière comme son homologue Bush et d‘autres figures politiques plus récentes ? Nos ancêtres gaulois, islandais, et même les Illyriens ou proto-Slaves de ma région furent démocrates — chacun à sa façon. Peut–être le furent-ils même plus que nous-mêmes ? En effet, de quelle démocratie parle- t- on aujourd’hui? Plébiscitaire ? Totalitaire ? Représentative ? Ça me dépasse. L’Amérique est un pays qu’on pourrait qualifier de ploutocratie oligarchique au sommet, mais avec une base qui repose encore sur un fonds populaire et démocratique.

R&A: A mes yeux, il y a toutefois une énorme différence entre le communisme et l’américanisme: la liberté d’expression qui me parait totale en Amérique ?

TS: Cela va sans dire. L’Amérique avec ses grands espaces me manque. La Constitution américaine, bien loin de la fameuse loi Fabius -Gayssot, vous donne le droit de porter les armes et d’arborer sur votre poitrine n’importe quel signe distinctif, que ce soit la croix gammée, l’étoile rouge ou un médaillon de la Vierge Marie. Mais attention. Il faut distinguer entre le corpus législatif et les contre-pouvoirs médiatique et académique qui utilisent parfois des méthodes beaucoup plus répressives qu’en Europe pour faire taire les critiques. C’est la notion de ridicule dont les faiseurs d’opinion se servent pour faire taire les trouble-fête. On a beau être démonisé comme facho-monstre, comme c’est le cas en France, on vous accordera néanmoins une certaine dose de crédibilité. En Amérique, en revanche, une fois que vous et votre travail deviennent la cible du ridicule médiatique, vous n’existez plus. La plupart des mouvances racialistes et nationalistes en Amérique ne sont pas considérées comme sérieuses du fait même de leur mimétisme avec le Double paléo-fasciste de provenance hollywoodienne ; de ce fait, ils ne peuvent inspirer aucune crédibilité. On peut parler de grotesque infrapolitique. Le système américain a besoin de ces farfelus nazis hollywoodiens afin de montrer au monde que l’Amérique est le pays de la plus grande tolérance. C’est faux. Les usines à penser, les universités et les grands media fonctionnent d’une manière crypto-soviétique et utilisant le jeu du ridicule pour discréditer l’adversaire. A quoi bon posséder la protection de la loi quand l’esprit libre n’arrive jamais à rien dire au plus grand monde ? Tous les groupuscules dissidents sérieux, tous les partis politiques dès qu’ils acquièrent une certaine visibilité, sont immédiatement mis sous surveillance. De puissants lobbies tels le SPLC et l’ADL usent de leur poids auprès des universités et des maisons d’édition pour discréditer chaque idée non conformiste. Prenez le cas de Pat Buchanan ou du professeur Kevin Mac Donald qui furent mis au pas, ce sont deux bons exemples du procédé.

R&A: Existe-t-il des tabous au sein de la société américaine ?

TS: Il y a des tabous que les Américains ont eux- mêmes créés et qui sont typiques de l’autocensure paléo-puritaine. Mais il y a des tabous imposés par le système libéral, tels que la religion civique de l’Holocauste et le dogme de l’infaillibilité du système multiracial. Certes, par rapport à l’Europe, on peut parler ouvertement et d’une manière critique de n’importe quoi, mais en général, on ne peut s’exprimer que dans des groupes marginaux qui ont peu d’impact sur les idées dominantes.

R&A: Reconnaît-on l’existence des races aux Etats-Unis ou les nie-t-on comme en Europe ?

TS: A notre époque du politiquement correct, la notion de race ne peut avoir droit de cité. On trouve l’explication de cette éclipse dans les années d’après la Deuxième guerre mondiale, quand s’est instauré le nouvel ordre mondial. À titre privé, nous tous, de droite ou de gauche, et de n’importe quelle race, savons fort bien que les races existent bel et bien. Au niveau juridique, on fait semblant, en Europe et en Amérique, de considérer que les races sont uniquement une question exotique de peau différente et rien d’autre. Or dites- moi combien de Prix Nobel en sciences sont-ils décrochés chaque année par des Blancs et combien par des Nègres ? A l’heure actuelle et malgré l’idéologie du métissage qui règne en Occident, les Américains blancs ont une conscience raciale plus prononcée que les Européens blancs. C’est ce que mon collègue, le sociobiologiste Kevin Macdonald appelle « implicit whiteness ». N’oublions pas que les mythes fondateurs américains trouvèrent une base solide dans la pensée racialiste. Les penseurs des Lumières étaient à des années lumière de la pensée dominante supraracialiste qu’on prend aujourd’hui pour argent comptant.

R&A: Comment définiriez-vous l’américanisme ?

TS: Il y a eu un glissement sémantique avec ce vocable. En Europe, on utilise souvent ce terme et dans un sens nettement péjoratif. L’Américanisme signifie aujourd’hui un système-monde gouverné par le capital de façon métastatique. En ce qui concerne la fameuse Amérique profonde, notamment l’antebellum South qui persiste encore dans quelques contrées et que j’aime bien — c’est autre chose et cela n’a rien à voir avec l’américanisme d’aujourd’hui . Je renvoie vos lecteurs à Maurice Bardèche et à son beau livre Sparte et les Sudistes.

R&A: Quelles sont les origines du politiquement correct ?

TS: Les origines du politiquement correct sont à chercher dans les événements qui ont accompagné les purges d’intellectuels au lendemain de la Deuxième Guerre mondiale, en France et en Allemagne. J’ai rédigé un long article sur la genèse du langage politiquement correct dans la revue Catholica. En Amérique, le politiquement correct trouve ses origines dans le mélange de la pensée vétérotestamentaire et de la pensée marxiste.

R&A: Quelles sont les sources du fondamentalisme américain ?

TS: La Bible. Où que l’on tourne les yeux en Amérique, à droite et à gauche, on s’aperçoit de l’hypermoralisme du langage. Et cet hypermoralimse provient directement de la Bible. La Bible donne une parfaite bonne conscience, même dans ses modalités séculières, aux élites américaines, surtout lorsqu’ elles se lancent dans des guerres incessantes contre la notion de Mal. Autrefois, ce Mal absolu fut incarné par le Sud ; ensuite ce fut le tour des Allemands et ensuite vinrent les communistes. Aujourd’hui, le Mal absolu est incarné par les Islamistes. L’Amérique est par excellence un pays dont la théologie politique est centrée sur la Bible.

R&A: En quoi les Juifs peuvent apparaître comme des facteurs dissolvants de l’Amérique traditionnelle ?

TS: On peut poser la même question concernant l’Europe. Il y a une tonne de livres qui vous expliquent ce malaise et notamment les ouvrages académiques de Kevin Macdonald qui rencontrent un grand écho chez les racialistes blancs aux Etats-Unis. Toujours le Même qui veut être le Double, à savoir le Goy qui se veut plus juif que les Juifs eux-mêmes. Le problème ne réside pas dans les Juifs mais bien dans le mimétisme monothéiste qui par le biais de l’avatar chrétien se manifeste chez tous les Européens. Ce sont les Chrétiens sionistes en Amérique (ou ici l’Europe catholique traditionnelle) qui n’arrivent pas à se débarrasser de cette névrose philosémite et de son Double antisémite. De nouveaux chaos nous attendent.

R&A: Vous parlez de l’Ecole de Francfort. Pourriez-vous nous rappeler qui sont ses promoteurs et leurs idées fondamentales ? Diriez-vous comme votre préfacier Kevin MacDonald qu’ils ont mis au point un programme de guerre ethnique ?

TS: Afin de comprendre les idées qui gouvernent le monde, et tracer la pathogenèse du politiquement correct, if faut absolument étudier à fond la pensée de la fameuse Ecole de Francfort. C’est là que réside le problème fondamental de notre époque. L’Ecole de Francfort et ses émules, comme les philosophes marxisants Horkheimer, Adorno, Marcuse, ont complètement détruit par leurs écrits la notion de sacré chez les jeunes Européens et par-dessus tout imposé par le biais des victimologies surréelles un sentiment de culpabilité pathologique chez tous les peuples blancs.

R&A: Peut-on considérer que les oligarchies qui dirigent le monde ont fait des Etats-Unis un vaste laboratoire de leurs théories et idées comme préalable à la future société mondiale universalisée ?

TS: Les premières esquisses de ce monde universalisé nous furent déjà tracées par les théologiens chrétiens avec leur civitas dei. Donc rien de nouveau sous le soleil. Sauf que dans le monde des satellites et des ordinateurs, ce monde se rétrécit ; le sens de l’espace perd son sens. La bonne nouvelle, et j’espère que je ne me trompe pas, c’est que nous sommes déjà entrés dans l’implosion générale. Sauve qui peut !

R&A: L’Amérique n’est –elle pas en train de donner naissance au dernier homme dont parlait Nietzsche ?

TS: Tout à fait. Sauf que l’homo americanus n’est pas propre à la seule Amérique. C’est une figure transpolitique mondiale qui réside partout et surtout en Europe.

Tomislav (Tom) Sunic ( est écrivain, traducteur, ancien professeur de sciences politiques aux États-Unis, et ancien diplomate croate. Il est le conseiller culturel de l’ American Third Party Position ( Il a publié de nombreux articles en anglais, français, allemand et croate dans diverses publications. Il est auteur de Against Democracy and Equality: The European New Right (Arktos, 1990, 2002, 2011), préfacé par Alain de Benoist et Homo americanus: Child of the Postmodern Age (BookSurge, 2007), préfacé par Kevin MacDonald. Ses livres en français, récemment parus, sont La Croatie; un pays par défaut ? (éd. Avatar 2010) et Homo americanus ; rejeton de l’ère postmoderne (éd. Akribea, 2010).

Source: Réfléchir & Agir.

Jamie Kelso, Jul. 22, 2011

July 22, 2011

On July 22, 2011 Jamie Kelso talks about the current third party scene in America, including the two largest third parties, the Libertarian Party and the Constitution Party. Kelso points out that the new American Third Position party can equal the performance of the Libertarian Party, founded in 1971, and the Constitution Party, founded by Howard Phillips in 1991. The Libertarian Party strikes out completely with White America with its open borders position. The Constitution Party has a much better closed borders position. But only the American Third Position party matches all of the popular positions of White folks as regards protecting our country from being overrun by Third World invaders.

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The European American Hour: The Entertainment Industrial Complex

July 21, 2011

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Stan discusses “The Entertainment Complex” and its relationship to the social liberation of European Americans and world Eury.

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The Orthodox Nationalist: Saint Augustine of Hippo

July 21, 2011

Saint Augustine of Hippo

Matt Johnson discusses:

  • Augustinian metaphysics and ethics;
  • The primacy of the will;
  • Orthodoxy and Augustine.

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Visit Matt’s VoR program page, for books, essays and articles.

Jamie Kelso, Jul. 21, 2011

July 21, 2011

Your country needs YOU! to run for political office, large or small. And The American Third Position is there to bring you supporters in your area, campaign workers, moneyraising help, ballot qualification help and know-how. Harry Bertram, our A3P candidate for West Virginia Governor is showing you how he’s doing it now, and you can do it too. It’s much easier than you may think, and more rewarding than you’re even hoping. That’s host Jamie Kelso’s message in his July 21, 2011 Voice of Reason radio show.

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