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Is there a God?
The Divinity of Hate
Redbeard Versus Tolstoy
From No. 18 of “The Eagle and The Serpent” published in London in 1898. It is a symposium of opinions declared by some of the foremost sociological thinkers of Europe and America. It includes answers of Benjamin Kidd, Bernard Shaw, B. R. Tucker, Wm. H. Thompson, Geo J. Holyoake, Canon Scott Holland, Bertram Dobell, Prof. Thos Common (translator of Nietzsche). Aylmer Maude (translator of Tolstoy), and others including Dr. Alfred Russell Wallace, the great apostle of Natural Selection—who in later publications positively declares that modern civilization taken in its entirety is a clanking
juggernaut. The arguments presented are positive and startling.
This brutally outspoken egoist publication includes essays and works by Lord Erwin McCall (John Basil Barnhill), Malfew Seklew, Ragnar Redbeard. A special edition for all light-shunners out there.
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Violence is not necessary to hate. A calm hate is the most sincere and effectual hate. It is especially incumbent on Free Spirits, on all who desire to live their own life, to cultivate hatred of all impeding agencies, of all the parasites which suck their life-blood or steal their time. As a literary inspirer, hate holds the record—it has wrought miracles of eloquence, poesy, and song. A complete anthology of hate would include many, most, we believe, of the best inspirations of the poets and of the orators—of Shelley, of Byron, of Milton, of Mirabeau, of Danton, of Marat, of Phillips, of Ingersoll, of Aeschylus, of Heine, of Nietzsche, of Theognis. A few extracts will make clear our point. Consider the “Marseillaise.”
Evening News, Saturday 25 October, 1902
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