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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

No race is more organized than the Jews. by Dr. William L. Pierce YOU KNOW, it’s a frustrating and infuriating thing watching Clinton and his crew of nation-wreckers gloating over their successful bullying of Serbia. Madeleine has been screeching and squawking like the Wicked Witch of the West,…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce USUALLY IN THESE American Dissident Voices broadcasts I address myself to all interested people of European ancestry, regardless of their ideology or personal inclinations. Today I want to speak only to people who consider themselves racial nationalists, White nationalists,…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Dr. Revilo P. Oliver IT IS GENERALLY BELIEVED that the Pacific Northwest is the least polluted and filthy part of the country that once was ours. There is, therefore, some significance in a bit of news published in the Peninsula Daily News (Port Angeles, Washington) on 26 June 1987. A despatch from…
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SOME LIVES are symphonies — four movements ending in a dramatic climax. Others are unfinished tone poems. Though they may live their threescore and ten or, in the case of Father Coughlin, fourscore and eight, their careers end right when the music is becoming interesting, as if Strauss’s…
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Dresden as seen from the air; February 15, 1945 An American Dissident Voices classic broadcast Listen to the broadcast by Kevin Alfred Strom EVERY FEBRUARY, we remember the Holocaust of Dresden. Yesterday, I received a letter from a listener, J.B. in Great Britain, who has written a poem about that…
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Following is an extract from Armageddon in Retrospect in which the author describes the scenes of obscene brutality he witnessed as a prisoner of war in Dresden, and which inspired his classic novel Slaughterhouse-Five. by Kurt Vonnegut (pictured) IT WAS A routine speech we got during our first…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver WE ARE a peculiar race, unlike all others. We, for example, feel compassion for the exhausted and faltering caribou when the wolf-pack closes in for the kill. We feel compassion for the caribou although the wolf is an animal, both courageous and prudent, that our race instinctively…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver IN THE SUMMER OF 1914, John Buchan, who later became Baron Tweedsmuir and was Governor General of Canada from 1935 to his death in 1940, sat down to write another novel of adventure, more or less in the manner of Stevenson’s Kidnapped, which was one of his models. In that feverish…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce TODAY LET’S TALK a little about the mass sexual assaults on White women by Blacks and Puerto Ricans which occurred in New York City a little less than two weeks ago. The assaults were on the Sunday before last: June 11, which in New York is officially Puerto Rican Day. And…
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This blood-chilling story is from the diary of Captain Theodore Canot, a European trader in gold, ivory, and African slaves. It’s a first-hand primary source on the nature of the Africans that slave traders brought to North America, who almost invariably had already been enslaved by their fellow
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