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Would you read me? I’d read me. WE’RE IN A WAR of words and ideas with our Jewish enemy, but it is also a spiritual battle. A debased White drifting in a poisonous fog of kosher pornography, booze, pills, materialism and aimless hedonism represents no threat to the nation-wrecker, no matter…
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Essays

AS WE MARK Voltaire’s 323rd birthday — though the date of 20 February is problematic, — what significance does the great Enlightenment writer have for us now? If I had to be very very short, I’d say that Voltaire lives on as a master of the one-liner. He presents us with a paradox. Voltaire…
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News

And so, under pressure, censors and removes historical works of which Jews disapprove; how large will their “banned list” get? What are the Jews hiding? Truth does not fear investigation. Editorial Note by Kevin Alfred Strom: Giant, oligopolic sites such as Amazon are de facto public…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver THOMAS WOLFE was the last great master of English prose, and the greatest as well as the last writer to describe contemporary American life and portray its disorganized and fractured culture, undistorted by the astigmatism and illusions that are charitably called ‘ideology.’…
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Classic Essays

by Cholly Bilderberger THE MENTION of Ernest Hemingway (pictured) in the December Instauration triggered a flood of memories, ranging from amusing to grotesque. He cultivated the rich and powerful assiduously, and our paths crossed often. I ran into him in East Africa, hunting with Winston Guest;…
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Fiction

by Robert E. Howard Introductory note by Gregory Kay: This is how racially-conscious White men used to write in 1936, back in the day before Political Correctness reared its ugly, censoring head. Black Canaan was written by Robert E. Howard (pictured) of Conan the Barbarian fame. (Howard, by the way,…
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Essays

by John I. Johnson YESTERDAY I picked up a used copy of Bartlett’s Familiar Quotations (16th ed., 1992). Unfortunately, it was edited by Justin Kaplan (pictured), and incorporates vast amounts of Jewish, non-White, anti-White, and pop culture swill. (Two good ones “attributed”…
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Classic Essays

The deepfreezing of James Gould Cozzens WHEN IT WAS published thirty years ago, Majority writer James Gould Cozzens’ Guard of Honor received a few glowing reviews and won for its author a Pulitzer Prize in fiction. But it was not accorded a fraction of the acclaim and publicity lavished on two…
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Fiction

Was the great Anglo-Irish fantasy writer Lord Dunsany giving a poetic warning to the West in this 1916 story? by Lord Dunsany
from The Last Book of Wonder, John W. Luce & Co., 1916 EDITOR’S NOTE: Dunsany (rhymes with ‘rainy’) was an enigmatic man — and a writer of some of…
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Reports

DR. JOHN Evelyn Thorndyke (pictured; illustration from Pearson’s Magazine) and his creator, R. Austin Freeman, are of sufficient stature to deserve a few more words in these pages. Freeman was born in London in 1862, the son of a fashionable tailor. Having no interest in his father’s…
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