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Humor Nazis – 14

Episode #14: Srulik Thinks TL;DR – God chose us, we can do what we want. The funny thing is that the Jews accuse Hitler of using strength to achieve peace, however when the Führer did it, the Jews were at … Continue reading

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Communication in Aesthetics – Part II and Beyond

Aesthetics of Civilization When we go above and beyond the body, the spirit, the state, and the symbols we use, there we can see how all of those elements interact and compliment each other. This is a grand scale of … Continue reading

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Wall-E: The Realizing of Purpose

After a stretch of horror and subversion, it is now time for some positivism. Surprisingly, this comes from the Pixar film, Wall-E, but it is true: a big budget, American production house (that is owned by Jew dominated Disney), has … Continue reading

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The Thing: Parasite of Worlds

John Carpenter’s The Thing is one of the best films ever made about an intrusive and subversive force. While the film’s overt theme is a visceral and biological subversion akin to a virus, there are also profound metaphorical elements and … Continue reading

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Village of the Damned: Original Evil

One of the key, and most positive, concepts of Aryan philosophy is “Original Nobility” – the idea that the initial condition of all sentient life is noble (against the exploitation others), but this is then lost over time in the … Continue reading

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Aryanism in “Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind” – Part II

One of the more interesting ideas in the Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind is that the film is actually about a return of Zion. The 7 Days of Fire were Zion’s first, but ultimately vain, attempt to seize … Continue reading

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Original Nobility in “My Neighbor Totoro”

Most of the Aryan themed works that I have examined here tended to focus on the militarist aspects of Aryanism. High adventure makes for exciting storytelling, however the extent of Aryanism is much farther and more diverse. A key aspect … Continue reading

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