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Nihilism: A Philosophy Based in Nothingness and Eternity
is an American writer, author, blogger, and death metal enthusiast who shares his thoughts on the reality that Leftists seek to deny and decline of Western civilization. Stevens advocates the return of nationalism, monarchs, aristocrats, and hierarchy and is a critic of egalitarianism, multiculturalism, and universalism. Stevens frequently publishes his thoughts on his website Amerika.org
and has also submitted his work to Return of Kings
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- 324 – Roman emperor Constantine the Great defeated former colleague Licinius in the Battle of Adrianople.
- 987 – Hugh Capet was crowned King of France, becoming the first monarch of the Capetian dynasty, which ruled France continuously until overthrown during the French Revolution in 1792.
- 1608 – French explorer Samuel de Champlain founded Quebec City (city flag pictured).
- 1754 – French and Indian War: George Washington surrendered Fort Necessity in Pennsylvania, the only military surrender in his entire career.
- 1778 – American Revolutionary War: Loyalists and Iroquois killed over 300 Patriots at the Battle of Wyoming in Pennsylvania.
- 1863 – Pickett's Charge, a futile Confederate infantry assault against Union Army positions, occurred during the final and bloodiest day of fighting in the [infogalactic:[Battle of Gettysburg|]], marking a turning point in the American Civil War.
- 1866 – Prussian forces defeated the Austrian army at the Battle of Königgrätz, the decisive battle in the Austro-Prussian War.
- 1898 – In one of the key naval engagements of the Spanish–American War, the United States Navy destroyed the Spanish Navy's Caribbean Squadron.
- 1970 – The Troubles: The British Army imposed the Falls Curfew on Belfast, Northern Ireland, which resulted in greater Irish republican resistance.
- 1979 – U.S. President Jimmy Carter signed a presidential finding, authorizing the CIA to secretly aid the mujahideen of Afghanistan against the Soviet Union.
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