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2015

News

ON December 27, eight people were wounded in a mass stabbing in Anaheim, California. Though the killings were acknowledged to be “gang related,” the media are almost universally failing to mention the race of the attackers. Many talking heads have commented on the fact that “gun…
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EDITOR’S NOTE: As Kevin Alfred Strom stated recently, the real motivation for Cosby’s crimes is a totally taboo topic in the Jewish-controlled media. Think about it: Did Bill Cosby really have to drug and rape anyone to have sex? No. He was married to a cultured and shapely mulatto…
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Rogozin’s response: “The time will come when they will meet me with flowers.” EDITOR’S NOTE: Rogozin is famous for saying “There is an enormous distance between Europe and the Third World. There is a new civilization emerging in the Third World that thinks that the…
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Cold War plan was prepared in the summer of 1956 and made available this week FIRST CAME Moscow and Leningrad (now St. Petersburg), with more than 300 targeted sites or Designated Ground Zeros (DGZs) in those two cities alone. Then there was Warsaw and Beijing, and an astonishing 1,200 other cities.…
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Essays

by John Calhoun NESTLED AMONG the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina is a village with an interesting history. This small hamlet is known as Flat Rock due to a local guidepost used by the Native Americans. It is not to the Cherokee that we look for the history of this town, however, but to the important…
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by Mark Dankof KATIE Zavadski (pictured) has just issued a breathtakingly malicious and ignorant broadside against me in The Daily Beast today, in an essay entitled, “From GOP Operative to Anti-Semitic Iranian Stooge.” I will simply say this to Katie and The Daily Beast. Thank you for your post.  …
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Three easy-to-understand ways that capitalism literally sucks — sucks unearned money away from the rest of us, that is. by David Sims AMERICANS HAVE gotten used to third-rate grocery goods. They buy supermarket coffee and drink the beverage that they make from it, even though it tastes like…
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IN HIS address before the Knesset Plenum on Wednesday, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said his country and Israel ”have a long history, but they are relatively young on the political map. Thousands of years and hundreds of threads connect our countries.” The Ukrainian nation, he said,…
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Essays

by Mike Walsh (pictured) TODAY I RECEIVED a Happy New Year’s greeting from Fakebook; yet another 30-day block — this time in place until January 29th.  This was allegedly for posting, a very long time ago, a Press Association image of a former German chancellor. The real reason…
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Essays

Today, White men in the military fight all over the world, but they do not fight for the one thing that is most important to the survival of their kind -– who impregnates their women. by Richard Fuerle WHEN THE environment changes, behavior that was so adaptive that it made a population supreme may be…
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