Western Civilization documentaries: Connections 2 by James Burke

Western Civilization documentaries: Connections 2 by James Burke

16 years after the first Connections series came out, James Burke came back with a follow-up in 1994 and includes references to the additional technological advances in that time frame. The content is largely similar but this one has a format of 20 half an hour episodes rather than 10…

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Western civilization documentaries: Kenneth Clark’s Civilisation

Western civilization documentaries: Kenneth Clark’s Civilisation

The British and American spelling of civilization is different…  Anyway, when I first started /r/darkenlightenment a few years ago one of the earlier posts I made was a youtube link compilation of the thirteen episodes of Kenneth Clark’s Civilisation series. Civilisation focuses on the changes in Western philosophy, art, and…

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When it rains it pours

When it rains it pours

Recently I wrote a post on pirates in which I discussed a historian who explained his experience in reading contemporary “academic” writings on the history of pirates. Quite unsurprisingly, leftists have been attempting to rewrite history in order to make pirates into race-mixing homosexuals. Contemporary historians have tended to use…

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Pirates

Pirates

I have been pretty busy lately so my I haven’t been able to post in awhile, but I cam across an unexpected description of “progressive” revisionist history I thought I would share. Basically, there was an article on pirates by a Harvard educated historian named Mark Hanna, who is now…

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Smart and SeXy

Smart and SeXy

Smart and SeXy: The Evolutionary origins and biological underpinnings of cognitive differences between the sexes. The soft cover edition is available here. If you are on a budget you can also download the E-book. You can read the amerika.org review here and the counter-currents review here. This is probably the…

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The Neoreactionary Inquisition

The Neoreactionary Inquisition

(Image Source, T-shirt available) Writing under my alternative username Nemester, the head moderator over at /r/darkenlightenment, I made a post and a comment in which I discussed entryists and how they might be effectively dealt with. I have gained lots of direct experience with actually dealing with entryists which should…

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