Your Inheritance Interrupted

Direct BitChute Link   A powerful testimony from a listener. What used to be a birthright bequeathed by your ancestors and the whole way of being your ethno-culture built in the past is now something we frantically scramble around looking for.   Painting in thumbnail:  Nathaniel Dance-Holland, The Pybus Family. Circa 1769. Oil on canvas. National Gallery of Victoria, Australia. Continue reading Your Inheritance Interrupted

Heiðrūn, Lady of the Free Folk on Reconstituting Civilization | TAP

Watch the embedded video below. Works on most browsers.    Direct YouTube Link   Regardless of your religious convictions or lack thereof, this conversation provides much by delving very deeply into the essence of being a European person, the ways of our ancestors, and how our natural inclinations need to express now, pushing back against the meaningless modern culture that has wounded us. This … Continue reading Heiðrūn, Lady of the Free Folk on Reconstituting Civilization | TAP

Greg Johnson on his book | TAP

Watch the embedded video below. Works on most browsers.    Direct YouTube Link   Greg Johnson, editor-in-chief of the Counter Currents website and publishing house, joins us to discuss his newly released book. The book is a distillation of Greg’s thinking to date. For those unfamiliar, it may surprise and will certainly challenge the mainstream, propagandized portrayal of European-descended peoples who want to protect themselves and … Continue reading Greg Johnson on his book | TAP

The Uniqueness of Western Civilization Series

What and who is a Westerner, a European? What are traits that connect ancient inhabitants of Europe to the people of today? This series of five summaries draw from the book, The Uniqueness of Western Civilization, by Ricardo Duchesne. In it, the author takes a long view of history and exposes that which remains constant underneath the regular changes and explorations that Europeans have engaged … Continue reading The Uniqueness of Western Civilization Series