Rosemary Pennington
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Rosemary Pennington

When you reach sentience, you realize that nothing in your life compares with the goal of bringing others to sentience too.

Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce WE ARE LIVING in interesting times, and they become more interesting almost by the day. I want take a look today at a surprising confluence of developments around the world. The most interesting recent development here in the United States, of course, has been the bottom dropping…
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News

Feeling it in Guangzhou. IN MARCH, during China’s annual parliament meetings in Beijing, a politician proudly shared with reporters his proposal on how to “solve the problem of the black population in Guangdong.” The province is widely known in China to have many African migrants. “Africans…
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Video

by Hadding Scott THE CREATIVITY of pro-White social media “trolls” is gradually introducing suppressed truth into mainstream discussion. Through President Trump’s retweeting of a GIF that represented him pummeling CNN, and CNN’s overreaction — and the subsequent…
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News

John Bannister Goodenough was one of the pioneers of today’s lithium-ion batteries. COULD WE BE on the verge of a major battery breakthrough, from the very man who pioneered the use of today‘s state-of-the-art lithium batteries? A 91-year-old with the unlikely name of John Bannister Goodenough,…
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Essays

How times have changed: a British medal for military service in Palestine, fighting terrorist Jews by William White Williams
Chairman, National Alliance WHILE READING a biography of Howard Hughes, I came upon this section, with its matter-of-fact paragraphs about Jews in Palestine and Germany…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Alfred, Lord Tennyson by Revilo P. Oliver DR. HERMANN OBERTH, a German born in Romania, was one of the first men to use his scientific knowledge to invent a technology that he finally saw fully realized when he witnessed the launching of the rocket that first carried men to the moon. It is possible, indeed,…
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Essays

EDITOR’S NOTE: This regrettable artifact of life in insane multiracial America exists outside the South, too — in fact, everywhere where the Amerindians had a fair or semi-fair appearance. Another regrettable fact is that the major DNA-testing companies, such as 23andMe, are owned…
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Essays

Tuvok by David Sims I STOPPED WATCHING Star Trek — permanently — when it went overly Politically Correct in certain Voyager episodes. The rest of the pablum-consumers can have fun watching. I won’t. Specifically, any episode with the character Tuvok in it is especially offensive…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver IN Liberty Bell, June 1986, I reported the strange behavior of many voters in Illinois. In the schools they had been fed the usual hogwash about the glories of “democracy” and how “government of the people” is guaranteed by the primary system, which enables…
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Andrew HamiltonEssays

by Andrew Hamilton THE UNITED STATES, nearly 241 years after its declaration of independence from Great Britain, presents a revolting spectacle For sheer vileness, the US, with its universal surveillance, police state mentality, hatred of freedom, anti-White discrimination, lawless replacement…
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