An Italian Told Me about Mussolini Today

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Mussolini admired by thousands

I met an Italian immigrant today.  He appeared to be about forty years old. We chatted about our respective countries and he told me that he knew about the South because he had seen a movie about it.  He knew all about racism and discrimination.

I gently protested that he shouldn't believe anything in a movie about discrimination because the writers have proven themselves to be liars who are trying to control what people think.

Then, on a hunch, I challenged him.  "What do you think about Mussolini?"

He became hesitant. "Well . . . me, personally . . ."

Then he looked off a little and continued "I have to watch what I say . . ."

And I blurted out "No you don't!"  It was such a perfect example of the very thing I had just warned him about, the mind control of the mass media.

He finally realized that he was in America now and that I wasn't a threat.  He showed a little excitement and revealed, "Now, if you were to ask my grandmother, she would say that Mussolini was the best!  Everything was good back then. People did right.  Everything worked.  My grandfather told me 'Italy needed Mussolini.  Italy was weak and lazy.  Only a strong man could govern Italy.'"

And I asked, "In Italy, you'd be afraid to say these things, right?"

We each learned a little more today about the strangleholds that the Thought Police try to have on our countries.

Reading the Bible in the New Year

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Medieval scholar studying in English office

The dissident right has all kinds of people in it: evangelicals, atheists, Greek Orthodox, pagans, Catholics, good ol' boys, and others.  Regardless of your identity, you might consider it a good idea to read the Bible this coming year.

Systematic Bible reading has been practiced, mostly by evangelicals, for generations. Many approaches and methods have been proposed. For instance, the New Testament has 261 chapters; there are 52 weeks in a year; reading five chapters per week will take you through the entire New Testament.

There are many, many plans to choose from if you want to read the entire Bible in one year; just search Duck Duck Go. If you're new to Bible reading, your best bet is to read only the New Testament; and even that can be approached in various ways.

Although you will encounter things which you do not understand, reading the Bible isn't difficult and the investment of time isn't burdensome. The hard part is simply making yourself sit down and do it. A regular pattern (a ritual) may help: always do it at the same time every day, probably in the same place.

There are countless translations of the Bible into English. For beauty and tradition, read the King James Version. For easier reading, choose the New King James Version or the English Standard Version. For a very easy version, but still quite reliable, get the New Living Translation. I make all of these recommendations as a PhD who reads Greek and Hebrew. There are other worthy translations, but these are enough.

If you are a Christian, begin each reading session with a prayer that God would open your mind and emotions so that you will benefit from the reading.

Episode 07, Sex

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The eternal topic.

Episode 06, Crazy People

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Some people are just crazy.

Episode 05, Money Problems

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Attempting to get on the SPLC Hate List and gain fame, Dr. Saint includes a racial joke this week. Also, biblical guidelines for family finances, the white tradition of frugality, and a word to singles about obesity.

Episode 04, The Challenge of Family Life

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The closest thing to Heaven in this life is a happy home. The closest thing to Hell in this life is an unhappy home.

Episode 03, What Is a Christian Home?

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Of all homes, a Christian home has the best possible chance of surviving and thriving.

Episode 02, Defining a Family

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"Family" may be used in many ways, but not in every way that someone might wish. God's pattern is married parents and biological children. Variations are approximations of this ideal, or perhaps damaged versions -- but the ideal remains in spite of tragedy or human error. For the unmarried men, the last segment of the episode speaks about the attractiveness of being strong.

Understanding WCF

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A family in the Old South

I call this a dissident right website.

The dissident right is a mishmash of people who cannot be defined because they cannot be confined. Enemies and detractors will try to pin them down and say “the dissident right is reprehensible because they do X” and a dissident rightist will smile and respond “You don’t know and I don’t care.” He rejects the rules by which his people have been bullied into submission. He has broken free. Such incorrigibility scares normies.

White Christian Family (hereafter “WCF”) has little of the rebelliousness one sometimes sees in the dissident right. We are race-realist, meaning that race exists and it matters. We condemn conservativism for not conserving one single thing. We are nationalist, not globalist: a people has the right to identify itself and its land and must allow other peoples to do the same with their lands, each people group enjoying the fruits of its labors and exercising the right to defend those fruits, the nation’s borders, and the people themselves.

WCF rejects attempts at defining dissident right orthodoxy and condemning heretics who don’t conform to the declared orthodoxy. I myself am a traditional Christian with strict, narrow ethical standards. The dissident right, however, includes people who are very much otherwise. Neither of us is hurting the other. I don’t answer for them, nor they for me. If we find a common cause somewhere along the road, we are free to cooperate. If we choose to separate, it’s nobody else’s business. Normies may convulse and howl their guilt-by-association condemnations until they turn blue and faint, but it will have no effect. The dissident right is invulnerable to name-calling.

At WCF we believe in the Christianity that prevailed for the first 2,000 years of the church, and which is roundly condemned now by the current crop of cucks and suck-ups who dominate the mass Christian media. If this sentiment isn’t clear to you, I’d recommend that you read Richard M. Weaver’s Ideas Have Consequences and The Southern Tradition at Bay. Any culture that reveres Martin Luther King and devotes to destruction a statue of Robert E. Lee has lost its claim to historic Christian identity.

Episode 01, Introduction

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Family is the most important thing in the natural world, and it deserves careful thought and attention. White people must increase their birthrate or disappear, but the children need to be born into strong homes, and Christian homes have the best chance at succeeding. For singles: a Christian's first step in any endeavor is earnest prayer. You should ask God to make you what you ought to be so that you will deserve the spouse he wants to give you.

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