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Above, Piatak Family Christmases Past. See earlier, by Peter Brimelow: The Singing Revolution vs. Open Borders Libertarianism Like many Americans, one of my responses to the increasing rootlessness and anomie of modern life has been to take up genealogy as a hobby. Before the Ellis Island manifests were transcribed and made readily available to the... Read More
See also: Updated And Complete: A Compendium Of Twenty-THREE Years Of VDARE.com War On Christmas Coverage Since I wrote Yes, Virginia (Dare), There Is A War On Christmas—Here’s Twenty Years Of Proof! with 356 items in 2019, we’ve added an additional 59 items, making at total of 415. It’s appended below and I’ve put the... Read More
To Church of St James of the Knights Hospitaller of Jerusalem, as is my custom, to celebrate the habits of my tribe, as they have done since 1211. In King John’s time, Walter de Turberville gave the manor to the Knights, who formed a small Commandery and with local helpers built the church. Thomas Hardy... Read More
In Times of Anguish and Despair
Since the Charleston church shooting in 2015, the hysterical—I would say diabolical—attack on everything Confederate and traditionally Southern has continued non-stop. Our monuments have been desecrated and removed from public spaces, relegated to obscure museums or storage barns, sometimes smashed to bits (the latest outrage is the uprooting of the monument to General A. P.... Read More
See also: Yes, Virginia (Dare), There Is A War On Christmas—Here’s Twenty Years Of Proof! VDARE.com Editor Peter Brimelow writes: I’ve fallen behind in my War On Christmas roundups, because it’s our fundraising season (all U.S. charities get the great bulk of their donations between Thanksgiving and New Year, very nerve-wracking), because I now have... Read More
Even with no snow on the ground. Christianity started out as a tiny Jewish splinter group. Jesus probably looked more like Osama bin Laden than the almost Nordic Jesus that became common later. Emperor Constantine made Christianity the official religion of the Roman Empire in the fourth century AD, but it took centuries more for... Read More
With the hindsight offered by ninety-nine years, it is obvious that the outbreak of the World War I marked not merely the beginning of the most destructive war in history up to that time, but a fundamental civilizational watershed. While the fighting was going on, nearly all participants assumed they had been forced into the... Read More
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A dozen years ago I wrote two essays showing that the War on Christmas in recent times has in fact been conducted by Jews out of their historic hatred of Christ, Christians, and European Whites. Recently, I was a guest on Guide to Kultur, hosted by Frodi Midjord, and we talked about my 2008 essays... Read More
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I am a big fan of President Trump’s Christmas greetings. We need a US president to wish Merry Christmas in this dark time. And by declaring his troops’ withdrawal from Syria, he almost earned the right to do it. Do not forget: the anti-Christian wave that covered the world had began in the US. In... Read More
As is the habit of my tribe, as Astronomer Royal Sir Martin Rees said when queried about attending Trinity College Chapel, to the village church on a warm December day, the valley lazily misted, the cars parked in the adjoining field sufficient to judge the size of the congregation: a village affair, with no visiting... Read More
Yale was founded by English Congregationalist ministers. Today, only 22% of its student body has a Christian European background of any sort. Credit: Wikimedia Commons
Last year, around this time, friends and acquaintances offered me all sorts of religiously neutral salutations: Seasons Greetings! Happy Holidays! Joyeuses fêtes! Meilleurs vœux! Only two people wished me Merry Christmas. One was Muslim, the other was Jewish. They meant well. After all, isn't that the culturally correct greeting? In theory, yes. In practice, most... Read More
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Christmas is a time of traditions. If you have found time in the rush before Christmas to decorate a tree, you are sharing in a relatively new tradition. Although the Christmas tree has ancient roots, at the beginning of the 20th century only 1 in 5 American families put up a tree. It was 1920... Read More
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