Onward Christian Soldiers

By Fenek Solere for Patriotic Alternative When the Saracen leader Nur-ed-Din captured the Christian citadel of Edessa in 1184 it was Saint Bernard of Clairvaux’s preaching to the peasantry and his cajoling of kings and princes throughout the next two years in places like Vezelay, Burgundy, Flanders, Alsace, Frankfurt, Freiburg …

The Sword of Christ

By Kevin MacDonald for the Occidental Observer Giles Corey has written a book that should be read by all Christians as well as White advocates of all theoretical perspectives, including especially those who are seeking a spiritual foundation that is deeply embedded in the history and culture of Europeans. This …

The Faith of Heretics

By Fullmoon Ancestry for Counter Currents Many people today would describe themselves as being more spiritual than religious. Despite being baptized in two Christian churches, I consider myself a spiritual person of folkish, ancestral faith. Regardless of religion, ethnic nationalists and white advocates stand in opposition to the all-encompassing theocracy …

The Spiritual Struggle

By Townes Van Plants for Truth to Power After two decades of exploring and studying every country, culture, religion and spirituality I could, while getting a degree in comparative religion along the way, I came to one conclusion: If you don’t believe in God, it’s because you’re either ignorant or …

Camille Paglia and the Consciousness-Light Day of Western Man

By Ricardo Duchesne for the Council of European Canadians Camille Paglia infuriated feminists when she observed in Sexual Personae: Art and Decadence From Nefertiti to Emily Dickinson (1990) that males—as biological beings—are responsible for the development of civilized life and most of the world’s cultural creativity.  What no one has wanted …