The Freud Illusion: Two Guest-Reviews for The Occidental Observer

By Tobias Langdon
The Occidental Observer
July 1, 2021

Two guest reviewers offer us intriguingly diverse perspectives on a biography of the great Sigmund Freud. Dr. D’Bea’Qwarr insisted on not capitalizing ‘white’.

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Freud: The Making of an Illusion, Frederick Crews (Metropolitan Books 2017)

(This is a guest-review by Dr Benjamin M. Rubinstein)

Burn this evil book. Burn it!

Dr Benjamin M. Rubinstein is a forensic accountant and passionate psychoanalyst who trained under a mentor who trained under a mentor who trained under The Master. Read More

Sigmund Freud: Scientific Trailblazer or Huckster?

Inconvenient History:
A Quarterly Journal for Free Historical Inquiry,

Published by CODOH

“If only Americans knew, we are bringing them the plague!”
— Sigmund Freud to Carl Jung, on the ship bringing them to America

Sigismund (Sigmund) Schlomo Freud (1856-1939) has been rated as the sixth-most-influential scientist in world history.[1] Medical historian Elizabeth M. Thornton writes: “Probably no single individual has had a more profound effect on 20th-century thought than Sigmund Freud.”[2] This article examines whether Freud deserves such notoriety—or perhaps its opposite. Read More

The Architects of Evil

Brief Notes on Cultural Marxism and Political Correctness
(includes a 28-minute video on the Frankfurt School)

The main aim of this subversive school of thought  was to destroy traditional moral values and “make life impossible” for everyone, ushering in a new age of nihilism and sexual decadence.

The Frankfurt School of Cultural Marxism was predominantly a Jewish movement established in Germany in 1923 during the heyday of the Weimar Republic. This was when Germany was at its weakest and most sexually decadent after  the catastrophe of WWI and the iniquitous Treaty of Versailles. This had turned the country not only into a  vassal state of the Western powers but into a stomping ground for Jews who owned vast amounts of property here and ruled the roost in almost every profession.   Read More