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George Lincoln Rockwell

There is a cult film called The Blues Brothers (1980) that stars Dan Ackroyd and John Belushi in a madcap adventure set in and around...

656. The arousing (VII)

In 1986, a twenty-one-year-old aircraft mechanic, Howard Foote, decided to borrow the A-4 Skyhawk, a jet fighter, he had been assigned to...

655. Preponderance of the small (XIII)

I have never liked the Victorian era, regarded it as pure boredom—and the other day I realised why this was so: Queen Victoria. This...

Dependence Day

I left my residence at 102 Mount Vernon Street (Boston, MA) at a little past quarter to two in the afternoon. I was later than usual, for...

654. Deliverance (XIV)

Why is contemporary art so bad? In a way, the answer is simple: the main patron of the arts is the state—and whatever the state...

Stars

The other day, I caught Robert Temple, author of The Sirius Mystery, in an interview about his latest book: Temple maintained that the...

653. Preponderance of the great (IX)

Oliver Cromwell referred to the Magna Carta, the foundation for the various Anglo bills of rights, as the “Magna Farta”—and the Petition...

Ian Smith: the last boy scout

I. At school, I was taught history by a man with a severe limp—his leg appeared to have folded inwards on itself at the knee so that he...

652. Influence (XVIII)

Since the Ukraine War began, a small island in the Black Sea, no more than 0.066 sq mi, has played a prominent role in...

651. The family (XV)

Yesterday, I recounted how a Rhodesian tribal elder foresaw the conflict that would eventually end Rhodesia thanks to an omen—a boulder...

650. The taming power of the small (XIV)

As Rhodesia negotiated her way to independence, Ian Smith, the Prime Minister, attended a tribal Indaba—a conference where all the chiefs...

The lion and the unicorn

You may have noticed, I certainly have, that the unicorn appears everywhere in popular culture at the moment—and particularly appears in...

649. Contemplation (XIII)

How long has the world been politically correct—how long has the world been woke? A long time; and in a way left and right conspire to...

Satan

I used to walk to work past the Great West Road—an elevated motorway section in London. The area was industrialised in the 1920s, so Art...

647. Coming to meet (XII)

Carlsbad has recently pinned down the history of “populism” as a concept—its migration from left to right in America, especially in the...

Village atheist

A favourite barb from the village atheist is to enquire, since both sides in a war invoke God’s support, how it can be that men can...

What a drag…

The venue was what had, at one time, been a steam-pump room; it was circular, unusual for a bar—and yet less mysterious than I had hoped....

646. Enthusiasm (IX)

Under the Banner of Heaven revealed to me a particular way the regime conceptualises its religious opponents. It never says, as some...

645. The family (XIV)

I glanced at the first few pages of Under the Banner of Heaven and this was enough to establish the book’s orientation. It comes at its...