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Jeffrey Satinover Homosexuality and the Politics of Truth by Jeffrey Satinover reviewed by David Sims MARXISM TAKES many forms and uses many tools, and it has been at war with truth since its beginning. Whole professions which were once based on the scientific method have fallen to become tools of Marxist…
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This article, originally intended for publication in 1983, has been written mainly for those who are already National Socialists — or who at least think they are. FOR FAR TOO many years it has been widely accepted that National Socialists are extreme right- wingers, and only rarely have they…
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Classic EssaysVideoWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce WITH THE END of the year at hand this seems like a good time to sum things up. Before we sum up the past year, though, let’s look at the past century. The salient feature of the 20th century was the collective suicide of the White race. In 1900 we ruled the world. We ruled politically,…
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by John I. Johnson ON THE Google main page a few days ago, many of you saw, I am sure, the “tribute” image of Yuri Kochiyama — but probably few of you had ever heard of her before. Note the line of “protest signs” in the image spelling out the word “Equality”…
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I HAVE SOMETIMES had the curious feeling — no doubt unwarranted — that I am the only man in the world who has actually read the various books in which people believe: the Bible, the Koran, Das Kapital, Mein Kampf. Few Christians read the Bible now, as is evidenced by the sheer inability of…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Why would a geneticist endorse the palpably nonsensical equalitarian doctrines of Marxism? by Revilo P. Oliver THE Skeptical Inquirer for Spring 1992 contains an article — or, more exactly, preliminary notes for a very interesting article — by Martin Gardner, whose robust scepticism…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver JOHN REED (pictured with Louise Bryant in 1916), a crackpot and perhaps a mattoid, was born in Oregon in 1887. He is the subject of several laudatory biographies, but I have never thought it worthwhile to ascertain his ancestry or follow his career. I do not know whether he became a Communist…
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Transcript by Katana IT HAS NOW become absolutely clear, without a shadow of doubt, that this nation, this England will survive. England will survive and so will Europe and they will thrive in the future. Indeed for a moment we were tempted to think that all hope was lost. That there is nothing to be…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver MANY READERS of Professor Arthur Butz’s incisive demolition of the Jews’ filthy Holohoax, The Hoax of The Twentieth Century, have asked the question that the author himself asked: “Why was it necessary for a Professor of Electrical Engineering to do the work that should have…
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by James Harting SCHOLARS tell us that there are more words in English than in any other language. Estimates run between 600,000 and 1 million words. (Swahili, in contrast has 20,000 words.) Most of these words are technical terms, and no one is expected to know every word in the English language. (ILLUSTRATION: …
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