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by Tom Rowsell THE Håga mound (Hågahögen) or King Björn’s barrow is a large Nordic Bronze Age burial mound near Uppsala, Sweden. (The Trundholm sun chariot in the thumbnail and the video was not found in the barrow; it was found in Denmark and is from roughly the same period.) This mound is one…
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Remarks on Evola’s Empire of the Shopkeepers. I recently reread this essay, and decided to offer a few comments on it. by Organon tou Ontos IN 1066, William “the Conqueror” brought with him and the Germanic peoples that had also come, the first Jews to the British isles. Thus…
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American Dissident VoicesAudioKevin Alfred StromRadioWilliam Pierce

American Dissident Voices broadcast of April 15, 2017 Listen to the broadcast by Kevin Alfred Strom THE ALT-RIGHTERS who led the Trump train to victory would be spinning in their graves — if they weren’t still alive, a fact of which neither they nor I may be too sure these days, considering…
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An illustration of Beauty and the Beast from 1913. WHEN IT COMES to the origin of Western fairy tales, the 19th century Brothers Grimm get a lot of the credit. Few scholars believe the Grimms were actually responsible for creating the tales, but academics probably didn’t realize how old many of…
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Jewish miniature from 14th century Spain AN IMPORTANT PART of the Blame Whitey narrative that has come to frame the understanding of history conventionally found within the public sphere is the myth of tolerance in Muslim-ruled Spain: “convivencia” as it is called, or co-existence;…
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Viking grievance mongers on their way to Ottawa to publicly shame the government by Tim Murray NEWS ITEM: The Vikings travelled much farther in North America than previously thought. On this basis I am prepared to file a land claim. I am, on my mother’s side, descended from Vikings and can trace…
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THE GERMAN PRESIDENT Joachim Gauck is, mercifully, coming to the end of his mandate, although his successor Steinmeier is not likely to be any better and may well be worse. Gauck was speaking in Paris a few days ago. At the end Gauck comes to the verdict that Europe, alongside the good, has brought forth…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver IF YOU ARE interested in the history of our unique race, you have a special interest in the Germanic peoples who, though called “barbarians” in the standard histories, assured the survival, and eventually the revival, of our civilization after the fall of the Roman…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

WE OWE to the late Robert Ardrey a series of books that have contributed to the education of “Liberal intellectuals” who can read intelligently. Although they think themselves grown up and too mature to believe the childish stories in the Jew-Book, they retain in their minds the myth about…
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by Andrew Hamilton THE TERM Gordian knot refers to a problem most difficult of solution. It is a metaphor for an intractable problem. To “cut the Gordian knot” means to solve a problem in an entirely original way, perhaps with one swift action, by rejecting or violating conventional rules that…
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