Why I am not a National Socialist: or, do we need ‘Neo-Nazism’ any more?

On March 13, 2012, in Analysis, Individual Contributors, by admin

An independant article by contributor by Wade Chambers 1. Introduction: A Fantasy Scenario  Would anyone vote for Hitler, were he alive today? Let us perform a thought-experiment: suppose that, by a miracle, Hitler and the NSDAP were around today, in the year 2012. Despite the NSDAP’s chequered history (the mass gassing of 8 million Jews, […]

Who now is the enemy of Europe? Yockey and the Jewish-Islamic pincer movement.

On May 24, 2011, in Analysis, Articles, Commentary, Foreign Commentary, Uncategorized, by admin

by Matthew Neville 1.         Introduction: A Personal Note I have been reading Francis Parker Yockey’s ‘The Enemy of Europe’ (written in 1948, revised in 1953) off and on for ten years now, along with his ‘Imperium’ (1948). In that time, I have taken the message of the books to heart to such an extent that […]

Can ‘Big Man’ Politics Survive the Twenty-first Century?

On April 20, 2011, in Analysis, Articles, Foreign Commentary, Uncategorized, by admin

by Matthew Neville 1.         Political birthdays and the alternative to liberal democracy Recently, an AFP report appeared: BUDAPEST (AFP)—A Hungarian online news channel backed by the extreme-right parliamentary party Jobbik paid tribute to Nazi leader Adolf Hitler on his birthday, online observers reported. The 30-second report, which originally aired on Wednesday evening on Hitler’s 122nd […]