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  • For the shock of it all last night was this ineluctible conclusion: the picture in one magazine or the other is a lie: the sweater shown was not knit in the yarn specified, nor to quite the pattern supplied.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • In summary: Science is directly responsible for real liberation of women from their previously ineluctible role as domestic chattel.

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  • "This begin the case, it is no wonder the superior races are dying out before the ineluctible logic of individualism, which especially in the so-called contemporary "higher classes," has caused people to lose all desire to procreate".
    - Julius Evola in "The Revolt against the Modern World"

    March 23, 2009