I have placed the most politically relevant
material, much of which also appears on other websites, in this section
of the Library. Any non-racialist White looking for an introduction to
the principal issues that White Nationalism addresses could treat the Racialist
Texts section, especially those I've classified as "Essential Reading,"
as a reasonable summary of our beliefs.
"Racism" is the central heresy of the
last half century, continually condemned in the mainstream media, but seldom
(if ever) presented honestly; it wouldn't hurt to find out what racial
nationalists actually say.
The selection here is eclectic, and not
all the writers included were racialists, despite my title. The only criteria
are that the author is a significant figure in intellectual or cultural
history and that he belongs on the political Right.
I don't, needless to say, personally
endorse the views of each author. Mussolini's "Doctrine of Fascism," for
example, is an historically significant rightist text, but generally unattractive
as a political philosophy, in my opinion.
My own views, for what it's worth, are
much more mainstream than most of the material collected here and elsewhere
on this website: I don't think there's anything wrong with the American
Constitution that a racial definition of citizenship wouldn't cure.
Devi was a brilliant eccentric, perhaps
more valuable for the intensity and depth of learning she brought to her
writing than for her actual ideas, an interesting mix of Hinduism and mystical
Perhaps her best work -- A Son of
God -- is only marginally racialist, focusing as it does on the Egyptian
Pharaoh Akhnaton, though with an unmistakable NS subtext. Her animal
rights and ecologist convictions, expressed most fully in Impeachment
of Man, illuminate an often forgotten fact of modern political history:
The environmentalist movement has its origins in the world-view of the
Much of the material here is not explicitly
racialist. I've simply included items, some only as links to other websites,
that I consider significant or find interesting, on the assumption that
others will as well. But even learning the odd piece of trivia about our
European heritage, at this point in the West's decline, can potentially
be an act of intellectual resistance to multiracialism, which is why the
public school system ensures that White youth learn next to nothing about
their racial heritage.
The title was coined by David Irving to
describe historical events, especially those occurring during the Second
World War, that the System would like to suppress.
We perpetually hear, for example, about
the "Holocaust" inflicted by NS Germany on Jews. But almost no one is familiar
with the atrocities "our side" inflicted on defenseless German civilians.
Hitler and NS Germany are unavoidable,
as I argue elsewhere: Some Thoughts on Hitler.
I've been selective with the links. For
a more comprehensive collection, visit the NS Green Party's Political
Many of the documents on this website were
found on the Internet or Usenet and are believed either to be public domain
or to fall within the "fair use" limitations of copyright. But if anyone
considers a publication on this site an infringement of his or her copyright,
please contact the Webmaster and it will be withdrawn immediately. No angry
e-mail is required.
A Note on Copyright
US copyright law, Section 107:
Limitations on exclusive rights: Fair
Notwithstanding the provisions of sections
106 and 106A [17 USCS §§ 106, 106A] the fair use of a copyrighted
work, including such use by reproduction in copies or phonorecords or by
any other means specified by that section, for purposes such as criticism,
comment, news reporting, teaching (including multiple copies for classroom
use), scholarship, or research, is not an infringement of copyright. In
determining whether the use made of a work in any particular case is fair
use the factors to be considered include --
(1) the purpose and character of the
use, including whether the use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit
(2) the nature of the copyrighted work;
(3) the amount and substantiality of
the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole, and;
(4) the effect of the use upon the potential
market value of the copyrighted work.