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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

by Kevin Alfred Strom (pictured) THERE IS A LINE in Scott Fitzgerald’s Tender is the Night that always struck me as applicable to our people’s plight: “The strongest guard is placed at the gateway to nothing. Maybe because the condition of emptiness is too shameful to be divulged.”
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce (pictured) EVERY HIGH SCHOOL student has had the story drummed into him: Dr. Charles Drew, the brilliant Negro medical researcher who discovered how to preserve human blood plasma so that it could be used for transfusions, is responsible for saving countless lives of wounded…
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A selection from Cartas de Inglaterra (1882) by Eça de Queiroz (pictured)
translated and with notes by Carlos Whitlock Porter IN ENGLAND, as in Germany, the Jews abound, influencing opinion through the newspapers which they own (among others, the Daily Telegraph, one of the most important papers…
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by Bob Whitaker DURING ONE OF his presidential campaigns, Alan Keyes (pictured with his wife on a trip to Israel) declared that, since he is a Black man married to an Indian woman, the Federal Government should condemn Bob Jones University for any ban on interracial dating. And that is all he said about…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

by Kevin Alfred Strom ON DECEMBER 21st, 2001, investigative reporter Carl Cameron of the Fox News Channel filed a report on the detention of sixty Israeli spies by F.B.I. and other government investigators looking into the events of September 11th, some of whom were suspected of having prior knowledge…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce (pictured) Abstract: The central nexus of the mass media, with its flow of information outward from a few hubs to millions of individuals whose connections to their neighbors have been severed, is ideally suited to infiltration and manipulation by any well-organized minority—and…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

Lord Northcliffe (pictured) was a victim of the Zionist establishment whose story deserves to be told, though it was covered up for decades. The lessons for us in his story are deep and profound. by Kevin Alfred Strom THE PRESS MAGNATE Alfred Harmsworth, later Britain’s Lord Northcliffe, once…
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by a British subscriber
Instauration, October 1989 Also see, by Anthony Ludovici:
The Jews, and the Jews in England DURING HIS LIFE, Anthony Ludovici was regarded as anathema by the liberal-minority coalition, and he continued to collide with these impeders of human progress even after his demise.…
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The relation of man and woman should be approached with consecration, like that of a knight, or of one taking holy orders. by William Gayley Simpson (from his Which Way, Western Man?) FOR WOMEN, the man is a means, the end is the child. And the child is the purpose of marriage. In the Orient, the social function…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

by Kevin Alfred Strom IN THE LAND that was once called Rhodesia when it was ruled by White men — now Black Zimbabwe — president Robert Mugabe’s “militias” routinely take young girls from families accused of being opponents of the regime, gang rape them, and then use them as travelling…
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