Posts Tagged ‘bards’

The Bards

By Lady Francesca Speranza WildeFrom Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland [1887] THE Irish kings in ancient times kept up splendid hospitality at their respective courts, and never sat down to an entertainment, it was said, without a hundred nobles at least being present. Next in rank and superb living to the royal […]

Bards, Historians And Historiographers Of Ancient Greece

Greece, a modern country found in Southeastern Europe, has for more than a thousand years presented the world with famous battles, fine art, wine, poetry, gods, and tales that at times bewilder the mind. But none of this could have happened had it not been developed by men of various backgrounds and experiences. Men like […]

Subversion: How NeoReaction Turned Into AltRight

The best way to control the opposition is to lead it ourselves. ~ Vladimir Lenin When I started getting active again on Twitter in early 2015, I noticed lots of people with similar views using the NRx hashtag, which I quickly learned stands for NeoReaction. I had read some NeoReactionary texts prior to becoming aware of the assembled […]

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