1. "Be more concerned with your character than your reputation."

    (Source: thedailypozitive, via neo-renosance)



  3. recolonist:

    More leftist hypocrisy…

    (via european-traditionalist)


  4. The Big Joke..


    "Is that your average Western small businessman spends his whole life paying taxes which go to support the continued breeding of low-I.Q. populations at home and abroad. And then he scrimps and saves to send his daughter to a *good* university where she’s taught that people like him are over-privileged, oppressive, misogynistic bastards, and "the cancer of history" to boot."


  5. italianartsociety:

    Italian sculptor Giovanni Battista Maini died on this day in 1752 in Rome at age 62. Born in the Lombard town of Cassano Magnano, Maini arrived in Rome around 1708, making a name for himself and even earning a caricature from Pier Leone Ghezzi in 1749. Maini made a number of sculptures for major Roman churches, including S. Agnese in Agone, New St. Peter’s, S. Maria Maggiore, and S. Giovanni in Laterano. He also designed the Oceanus group for the Trevi Fountain, making the drawings and full-scale stucco models, which were realized in marble by Pietro Bracci (d. 1773).

    For more on Maini, see: Flavia Ormond. “Maini, Giovanni Battista.” Grove Art Online. Oxford Art Online. Oxford University Press. Web.[http://www.oxfordartonline.com/subscriber/article/grove/art/T053248] and Jennifer Montagu in Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani, vol. 67, who gives his death date as July 23.

    Tomb of Cardinal Neri Corsini, 1733-1734, S. John Lateran, Rome 

    Oceanus, Pietro Bracci after design by Maini, 1760-65, Fontana di Trevi, Rome

    Trevi Fountain, Rome. Photo by David Iliff. License: CC-BY-SA 3.0 

    Pier Leone Ghezzi, Portrait of Giovanni Battista Maini, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, The Ethel Morrison Van Derlip Fund, 72.93

    (via traditionandheritage)


  6. "Wenn der Mensch sich nicht von den Göttern in Zucht nehmen lässt, nehmen ihn die Dämonen in Zucht."
    — Nicolás Gómez Dávila (via idxx03)

    (via schicksalsmensch)


  7. July 28th, 1914


    Today marks the 100th anniversary of the start of the war that killed Europe’s spirit.

    (via spiritvs-evropa)


  8. (Source: justdia, via spiritvs-evropa)


  9. simbartez:

    Flak tower. Used against allied aircraft in Europe. They had an air defense range of 14km and could put up 8,000 rounds in a minute!!!

    Another one to be found in Trier.

    (via traditionandheritage)




  12. war-love-peace:

    The Sword and the Serpent by John Maki Evans

    (via stainless-pale-freedom)



  14. (Source: ymeth, via neo-renosance)