What The World Rejected

When Adolf Hitler came to the fore, Germany was as gagged and as helpless as the victors of 1918 wanted her to be. Completely disarmed, with an army of only 100,000 men intended solely for police duties within the country, she found herself within a tightly closed ring of neighbors all armed to the teeth and leagued together. ..

‘You Gentiles’ — by Maurice Samuel

Maurice Samuel (1895 – 1972) was a Romanian-born Zionist Jew whose most influential book, You Gentiles, was published in 1924.  This shocking classic work of Jewish Supremacism maps out what the avowedly Zionist author saw as the cause of anti-Semitism through the ages: an irreconcilable difference between Jews and all Gentiles, but Europeans in particular. This difference, Samuel... Continue Reading →

Holodomor: Remembering The Victims Of Communism

In the west today, we have become obsessed with rectifying historical injustices; slavery; Apartheid; colonialism and, of course, The Holocaust, yet we are all too often highly selective in that which we are willing to recognise. Seemingly nobody, for instances, spares a thought for the European Christian victims of the Armenian genocide, perpetrated by Turkish (Muslim) Ottomans at the end of the First World War. Nor do we care much for the Afrikaners (Boers), who lost their lives during the Second Boer War (1899-1902) when the British invented the concentration camp. And finally, as the subject and introduction to this article has made apparent, we do not remember the Ukrainian victims of the Holodomor, a socially engineered famine committed by Soviet Communists in the early 1930’s – perhaps you will be noticing a pattern here, that the victims are always forgotten if they’re European Christians. Food for thought, maybe.

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