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Andrew HamiltonEssays

by Andrew Hamilton The Revolution Will Not Be Televised (2003) (1 hr. 15 mins.) is an Irish documentary about the April 2002 coup attempt against Hugo Chavez, the populist Mestizo President of Venezuela from 1999 to 2013. Chavez was of mixed Amerindian, Afro-Venezuelan, and Spanish ancestry. In 2013…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce “HISPANICS” are a racially diverse lot; their diversity sometimes causes the government a bit of confusion. For example, it categorizes Hispanics as an educationally disadvantaged minority and attributes their disadvantage to having Spanish rather than English as…
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Classic Essays

How a White doctor from Tennessee conquered Nicaragua by John de Nugent NICARAGUA in 1982: Squalor. Poverty. Marxist troops from Cuba. The main export is revolution. With the Sandinista victory in 1979, power has shifted from the Latin-White element in the population back to the Mestizo and the Indian.…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

Don’t believe those who have usurped conservatism and the Tea Party movement when they tell you “it’s not about race.”
by Kevin Alfred Strom WHILE I WAS in a restaurant the other day with a few friends and their children, I saw another group enter the establishment and take…
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EssaysNews

According to this plan, which is now officially being revived and openly promoted — even on T-shirts — by “Reconquista” invaders with corporate backing, all White males over 16 years old are to be killed. by Don M. Coerver
from the University of Texas Handbook of Texas Online
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