A History Lecture

It’s an hour long, folks; brew yourself a pot of coffee, turn up the volume, and do some house work.

Critical G’s channel.

Fringe Elements, Leftism is the inheritor of Christianity.

My novel, As I Walk These Broken Roads – link on the right.

Yes, that is snow you’re seeing outside my window; winter is coming.

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4 Responses

  1. Brandon says:

    Good presentation. Have you ever heard of the book The Church Impotent: The Feminization of Christianity by Leon J. Podles. I recommend it, and it can be found online.

    Keep up the great work.

  2. Kudzu Bob says:

    Conquest’s Second Law: Any organization not explicitly and constitutionally right-wing will sooner or later become left-wing.

  3. SlartiBartFast says:

    How true that we are the first generation of men in 500 years that understands women. Unfortunately I believe that it is, for the most part, only those of us who inhabit the Manosphere who understand. I don’t have any numbers but I imagine we are a small minority of men.

  4. joetexx says:

    Are you actually drinking Seagram’s 7 Crown?

    If I were going on that long I’d need Makers Mark.

    Have you read Spengler? (The real Uncle Oswald, not the current Asia Times columnist)?

    He was very profound on the radical differences between ancient Classical man and the later Western peoples.

    Classical man’s prime symbol was the human corporal form; hence their magnificent sculpture. Their mathematics was geometry and the arithmetic of the natural numbers; their money was solid metal, or even bodily slaves; their political form was the point like city state (the roman Empire was nothing but an expanded city ). They were incapable of planning beyond the crisis or problem of the moment. Their great histories were all about current or recent events, usually written by people who actually took part in them.

    Western man’s symbol is infinite space; hence the soaring gothic cathedrals,
    the music of Bach and Beethoven (especially the last quartets); vanishing perspective in our painting. Our math is calculus and statistics; our money was abstract, in the form of bank bills and accounting ledgers; centuries before we we turned it into electronic impulses. Our political form is the nation state; in principle to be extended over the entire earth or even beyond it. Our historical classics, Gibbon, Michelet, Spengler himself; deal with distant times and places.

    The original Roland was Hroulandt of the Breton Marches; you can see Roland and Orlando in there, just as you can see penny and pfenning in denarius.

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