Search:

Type: Posts; User: Sigyn; Keyword(s):

Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.04 seconds.

  1. Replies
    736
    Views
    135,897

    Important!  The prints of Theodor Kittelsen, one of my...

    The prints of Theodor Kittelsen, one of my favorite painters for the way he illustrates the Scandinavian nature:
    ...
  2. Replies
    10
    Views
    1,786

    My impression is also that Mein Kampf is a...

    My impression is also that Mein Kampf is a horribly written book. It's rather turgid and dull, with rambling sentences that run on forever. I haven't read the whole book, nor in the original German -...
  3. More information about this case that I found...

    More information about this case that I found online:





    http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/08/18/us-russia-pussyriot-reaction-idUSBRE87H07X20120818
  4. From what I've read about the group Pussy Riot,...

    From what I've read about the group Pussy Riot, it seems that they're an art-group of professional trolls and provocateurs who were acting out their "art" long before the Orthodox Church incident....
  5. Palestinian Immigrants Get a Mansion for Free

    The content of this article is depressingly common nowadays, especially in the UK. I admit that the picture was a large reason why I posted this. :P



    ...
  6. Replies
    101
    Views
    8,761

    Interesting (if slightly disturbing) thread. The...

    Interesting (if slightly disturbing) thread. The possibility of an afterlife is one of those things that are impossible to prove, but I tend to agree with these posts:





    Living forever,...
  7. Not an accurate post. Their military capabilities...

    Not an accurate post. Their military capabilities shrunk massively after the fall of the Soviet Union. This is where the "Russians with Rusting Missiles" stereotype comes from. After the Soviet Union...
  8. Replies
    1,049
    Views
    83,054

    Poll! This is probably the case with the current...

    This is probably the case with the current Russia-China alliance as well, since the only thing the two share in common is a rivalry with America.

    Their historical relationship is far from...
  9. Replies
    1,049
    Views
    83,054

    Poll! The US and China have a very complex...

    The US and China have a very complex relationship, from what I've read about it. It seems that economy and trade is what decides their relationship, not actual power politics. It's not like the Cold...
  10. Here is a summary of the documentary by its...

    Here is a summary of the documentary by its director:
  11. "Sexism in the Streets" - Belgian Documentary

    4EIH8l2uGwI
  12. Thread: Maria Sharapova

    by Sigyn
    Replies
    12
    Views
    2,314

    Well, the original Rus were from the Uppland area...

    Well, the original Rus were from the Uppland area in Sweden (as you also pointed out) and sailed eastwards where they were absorbed into the Slavic natives over time. An undiluted descendant of the...
  13. I came across this when I read the news today. It...

    I came across this when I read the news today. It seems the public apologies for "racism" (it seems that stating the simple fact that Africans are in Greece is an unacceptable comment) are inevitable:
  14. Thread: Rus Sea Raids

    by Sigyn
    Replies
    17
    Views
    2,717

    Also of interest is that "Rus" (which originally...

    Also of interest is that "Rus" (which originally meant roughly "rowers") became a term for all Swedish Vikings who sailed eastwards. Even today, Swedish people are called "Ruotsi" and "Roosi" by our...
  15. Replies
    1,536
    Views
    116,096

    Important!  Indeed, Christianity had the advantage of being...

    Indeed, Christianity had the advantage of being the state religion of the Roman Empire (after spreading among the lower classes). Constantine, the first emperor who converted to the religion, was...
  16. That being said, I agree with many of Evola's...

    That being said, I agree with many of Evola's points about sexuality in general. His traditionalist perspective is an interesting break from the "promiscuity vs. prudery" dichotomy we have today.

    ...
  17. I find Evola's ideas on women to be very Oriental...

    I find Evola's ideas on women to be very Oriental and alien, even though I agree with much of his general philosophy. In one of his books, Evola mentioned that women's highest potential for...
  18. Replies
    20
    Views
    1,908

    "National paganism" is a bit too strong way to...

    "National paganism" is a bit too strong way to put it, although there are indeed Zoroastrian cultural remnants in Iran (especially in the cities).

    Of course, one can also argue that Shia Islam has...
  19. Replies
    20
    Views
    1,908

    The story of my life. :P The worst...

    The story of my life. :P


    The worst culture-destroying Muslims, those responsible for Wahhabism and such extremist cults, are mostly from Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states. In other words, the...
  20. Thread: Rus Sea Raids

    by Sigyn
    Replies
    17
    Views
    2,717

    No, they're not the main ancestors of Slavic...

    No, they're not the main ancestors of Slavic Russians, their overall genetic input in Russia was relatively minor (the Rus Vikings were vastly outnumbered by the Slavs they ruled over - they...
  21. Replies
    20
    Views
    1,908

    This is only typical Islamic culture-destroying...

    This is only typical Islamic culture-destroying behavior, I cannot say I'm surprised. After the Muslims blew up Buddha statues in Afghanistan, this wouldn't be too much of a stretch.

    The Egyptian...
  22. To answer Blood Axis' points: The Aztecs and...

    To answer Blood Axis' points:


    The Aztecs and Incas are mestizos, the modern Egyptians are part-negroid, and the Hindus are a mix of races (one of these being the Indo-Europeans, who are now...
  23. I think Spengler was right about the rise and...

    I think Spengler was right about the rise and fall of civilizations. The West is obviously in its last stages, and from an ethnocentric point of view, we're probably better off in an anarchic...
  24. Apart from a society with emphasis on discipline...

    Apart from a society with emphasis on discipline and organization, exactly what do Japanese have in common with Germanics?

    I do not have anything personal against the Japanese as a people, I just...
  25. This seems to be a false dichotomy. Americans and...

    This seems to be a false dichotomy. Americans and Australians, although they're not from the European continent, are not different from Europeans in the same way that Japanese are.


    Anti-whaling...
Results 1 to 25 of 500
Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4