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Bernie Cornfeld WHO IS the symbolic American of the last hundred years? We’d like to think he might be Lindbergh, Neil Armstrong, or even Arthur Jensen. To our mind, however — no matter how outrageous it may seem — when everything is considered, when the man is matched to the spirit…
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Milton “Mezz” Mezzrow with Black jazz musician Louis Armstrong THANKS TO Reefer Madness, the History of Marijuana in America (Bobbs-Merrill, 1979) by Larry Sloman, we have undeniable evidence as to who played a predominant influence in promoting marijuana as a recreational drug.…
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“Mural” by Jackson Pollock IF LOW ART is defined as that art over which the artist has minimal control, then it is hard to argue that art is not in a state of decline. Primitive art is by definition low art as the primitive does not know enough about his materials and his medium to fully control…
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An early effort to deny the existence of cannibalism among non-Whites is debunked in this Instauration article. THE WORLDWIDE EFFORT to depreciate Whites has always been beset by one nagging problem. What to do about cannibalism? How can non-Whites be so superior, so much more moral, so much less…
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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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Alfred Flechtheim, a Jew, left; T.S. Eliot, a European, right Whites use their human and mammalian brains; Jews use their human and reptilian brains. A LONG, ENDURING metaphor of European man describes the mind as consisting of two parts, each competing for mastery. One is likened to man himself…
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Charles Darwin The history of evolutionary thought in the U.S. contains some surprises by Robert Throckmorton CYNTHIA EAGLE RUSSETT, a lecturer in American History at Yale, has written a book Darwin in America; the Intellectual Response, 1865-1912 (Freeman 1976), which demonstrates that far from…
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The Jewish actor Ron Perlman, whose character in the film Drive, along with that of fellow Jewish actor Albert Brooks, exemplifies some of the Jewish behaviors discussed here by Cholly Bilderberger ONCE THE RIGHT questions are asked, the answers will come, sooner or later. But if the right questions…
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Deliberately delayed news about a uranium heist and a supercrook IN 1979 THE Washington Monthly carried an article, “How Israel Got the Bomb.” It said nothing that was really new — nothing that the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, the FBI, the CIA and other federal security agencies…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Actually, no fewer than eight Jesuses were Jewish. by Revilo P. Oliver THE HEBREW NAME which is vocalized as Yēhōshūa (=Joshua) and means “God is riches” (or, in more up-to-date English, “God is money”), was colloquially contracted (as our “William”…
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