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Quo Vadis Vatican? Jewish involvement in the radical changes of the Second Vatican Council

Add New Here’s to our murder-less mystery story, where its religious-ecclesiastical background calls for careful threading, though no issues of faith or belief are involved. I am referring to the Second Vatican Council, (1961–1964), some of its deliberations, the shadowy maneuvers that brought them about, and the implications and consequences for the brethren and the […]

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December 9, 2018  Tags:   Posted in: Occidental Observer  Comments Closed

Barons of Bullshit: A Trip Around the Runnymede Gasbag Community

Linguistics is the scientific study of language, but it hasn’t actually attracted many good scientists. It hasn’t attracted many good writers either. In fact, I would say that the world’s most famous linguist is also one of the world’s worst writers. The Jewish linguist and radical campaigner Noam Chomsky (born 1928) is a gasbag whose […]

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December 8, 2018  Tags:   Posted in: Occidental Observer  Comments Closed

Enrique Krauze, Mexico’s Most Prominent Public Intellectual, Hates Trump (and White, Protestant America)

 This piece is an update of my very brief TOO note of 2016, “Enrique Krauze.” Krauze is a Jewish-Mexican historian, essayist, editor, and public intellectual; he can be read in all the most elite places, even dispensing his wisdom in the pinnacle of the journalist profession, the New York Times. In the October, 9, 2017 article […]

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Andrew Joyce Reviews Richard Houck’s Liberalism Unmasked

Liberalism Unmasked Richard Houck Arktos, 2018 Available at Arktos and Amazon (all 5-star reviews) One of my favorite old Irish ballads is ‘The Wind That Shakes the Barley,” written by the nineteenth-century poet Robert Dwyer Joyce. The song (sung magnificently here by Dolores Keane) revolves around a young Wexford rebel who sacrifices his relationship with his beloved, and then […]

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TOQlive: F. Roger Devlin joins James Edwards and Kevin MacDonald

The second monthly TOQlive will be on Sunday, December 2 at 8PM Eastern time (click here to access). As always, it will be a live show, with the last half hour devoted to answering audience questions and comments. Our guest will be F. Roger Devlin who is well known to readers of TOQ and TOO, […]

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December 2, 2018  Tags:   Posted in: Occidental Observer  Comments Closed

A Tartan Tyranny: Censorship and Silence in the Virtue-Signalling Scottish Police State

Race isn’t a social construct, but here’s something that is: the so-called United Kingdom. In fact, it’s precisely because race exists that the U.K. is a construct rather than a nation. The native Whites of England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales are genetically distinct, which is why those regions are all genuine nations (ultimately from Latin […]

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December 1, 2018  Tags:   Posted in: Occidental Observer  Comments Closed

Words Like Violence: The Left’s Total War on Freedom of Speech

Editor’s note: This a chapter of Richard Houck’s Liberalism Unmasked. Richard is an amazing young writer who doubtless has a great future on the dissident right. (Click here to see his other TOO articles.) It’s so great to see a recent college graduate who not only has his head screwed on right after all the propaganda he has […]

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Ron Unz on Jewish Strategizing to Maintain 1000% Overrepresentation in the Ivy League

Ron Unz has an important article on Jewish overrepresentation in the Ivy League. Essentially the subterfuge was likely counting only religious Jews as Jews which resulted in a sudden very large drop in Hillel’s claims about Jewish enrollment in the Ivy League. As Unz notes, this is beautifully reminiscent of Jewish strategizing to avoid the […]

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November 27, 2018  Tags:   Posted in: Occidental Observer  Comments Closed

Joe McCarthy and the Jews: Comments on Jewish Organizations’ Response to Communism and Senator McCarthy, by Aviva Weingarten (2008).

Beginning in the 19th century, liberal/leftist politics has been a hallmark of the Jewish community in America and elsewhere. The attraction of Jews to the success of the Bolshevik Revolution was an entirely mainstream movement among large numbers of Jews in America and led to one of several anti-Jewish stereotypes during the 1920s and 1930s […]

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November 26, 2018  Tags:   Posted in: Occidental Observer  Comments Closed

Quo Vadis Vatican? Jewish involvement in the radical changes of the Second Vatican Council

Add New Here’s to our murder-less mystery story, where its religious-ecclesiastical background calls for careful threading, though no issues of faith or belief are involved. I am referring to the Second Vatican Council, (1961–1964), some of its deliberations, the shadowy maneuvers that brought them about, and the implications and consequences for the brethren and the […]

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December 9, 2018  Tags:   Posted in: Occidental Observer  Comments Closed

Barons of Bullshit: A Trip Around the Runnymede Gasbag Community

Linguistics is the scientific study of language, but it hasn’t actually attracted many good scientists. It hasn’t attracted many good writers either. In fact, I would say that the world’s most famous linguist is also one of the world’s worst writers. The Jewish linguist and radical campaigner Noam Chomsky (born 1928) is a gasbag whose […]

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December 8, 2018  Tags:   Posted in: Occidental Observer  Comments Closed

Enrique Krauze, Mexico’s Most Prominent Public Intellectual, Hates Trump (and White, Protestant America)

 This piece is an update of my very brief TOO note of 2016, “Enrique Krauze.” Krauze is a Jewish-Mexican historian, essayist, editor, and public intellectual; he can be read in all the most elite places, even dispensing his wisdom in the pinnacle of the journalist profession, the New York Times. In the October, 9, 2017 article […]

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December 8, 2018  Tags:   Posted in: Occidental Observer  Comments Closed

Andrew Joyce Reviews Richard Houck’s Liberalism Unmasked

Liberalism Unmasked Richard Houck Arktos, 2018 Available at Arktos and Amazon (all 5-star reviews) One of my favorite old Irish ballads is ‘The Wind That Shakes the Barley,” written by the nineteenth-century poet Robert Dwyer Joyce. The song (sung magnificently here by Dolores Keane) revolves around a young Wexford rebel who sacrifices his relationship with his beloved, and then […]

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December 4, 2018  Tags:   Posted in: Occidental Observer  Comments Closed

TOQlive: F. Roger Devlin joins James Edwards and Kevin MacDonald

The second monthly TOQlive will be on Sunday, December 2 at 8PM Eastern time (click here to access). As always, it will be a live show, with the last half hour devoted to answering audience questions and comments. Our guest will be F. Roger Devlin who is well known to readers of TOQ and TOO, […]

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December 2, 2018  Tags:   Posted in: Occidental Observer  Comments Closed

A Tartan Tyranny: Censorship and Silence in the Virtue-Signalling Scottish Police State

Race isn’t a social construct, but here’s something that is: the so-called United Kingdom. In fact, it’s precisely because race exists that the U.K. is a construct rather than a nation. The native Whites of England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales are genetically distinct, which is why those regions are all genuine nations (ultimately from Latin […]

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December 1, 2018  Tags:   Posted in: Occidental Observer  Comments Closed

Words Like Violence: The Left’s Total War on Freedom of Speech

Editor’s note: This a chapter of Richard Houck’s Liberalism Unmasked. Richard is an amazing young writer who doubtless has a great future on the dissident right. (Click here to see his other TOO articles.) It’s so great to see a recent college graduate who not only has his head screwed on right after all the propaganda he has […]

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December 1, 2018  Tags:   Posted in: Occidental Observer  Comments Closed

Ron Unz on Jewish Strategizing to Maintain 1000% Overrepresentation in the Ivy League

Ron Unz has an important article on Jewish overrepresentation in the Ivy League. Essentially the subterfuge was likely counting only religious Jews as Jews which resulted in a sudden very large drop in Hillel’s claims about Jewish enrollment in the Ivy League. As Unz notes, this is beautifully reminiscent of Jewish strategizing to avoid the […]

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November 27, 2018  Tags:   Posted in: Occidental Observer  Comments Closed

Joe McCarthy and the Jews: Comments on Jewish Organizations’ Response to Communism and Senator McCarthy, by Aviva Weingarten (2008).

Beginning in the 19th century, liberal/leftist politics has been a hallmark of the Jewish community in America and elsewhere. The attraction of Jews to the success of the Bolshevik Revolution was an entirely mainstream movement among large numbers of Jews in America and led to one of several anti-Jewish stereotypes during the 1920s and 1930s […]

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November 26, 2018  Tags:   Posted in: Occidental Observer  Comments Closed


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