By bye Quintus!

This is probably my last post at Fallen Leaves.

Last year Word Press eliminated the option of starting new blogs with the Quentin theme, which I have been using since moving from the censorship of Blogger to Word Press.

The problem with Word Press’ Quintus theme is that it italicizes and narrows grotesquely the quotations, which cannot be viewed in large letters in laptops because the quotation column looks ridiculously narrow.

Fortunately, I had my other blogs in both English and Spanish under the previous Quentin theme when Word Press eliminated that option:

As to my coming entries on child abuse, a subject I now rarely write about, I still maintain my old blog at Blogger:

I urge those who want a more comfortable reading of my excerpts of Arthur Kemp’s March of the Titans to visit one of my above-listed blogs, where I reproduced also all posts from Kemp’s great book that appear here at Fallen Leaves (but that in the next days I’ll be moving elsewhere):

Please, comment on March of the Titans there, not here.

Thank you!


Adam Lanza

Due to a flaw in Word Press’ Quintus theme, I have moved this post: here.

Praise of “March of the Titans”

Surfing the blogosphere I found a couple of comments that merit reproduction here:

It was about ten years ago when I discovered it online [March of the Titans: The Complete History of the White Race, now only available in printed form]. I read it three times in a row, looking for historical errors and inaccuracies. There were very few!

It turned my world upside down… I had never considered history from a racial perspective. Within two years I purchased a hard copy as an essential addition to my library.

The above is my genuine unsolicited opinion.

—Anonymous reviewer

This book has attracted criticism largely from do nothings possibly due to envy that someone has the energy and dedication to produce an all-encompassing history of our race. It is of course a “work in progress” and the author will be pleased to hear of any errors spotted by readers.

—Tony Hancock