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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce TWO WEEKS AGO we celebrated the Fourth of July, America’s biggest patriotic holiday. It’s a time when we celebrate our strength, brag about our accomplishments, remember our victories, and so on. It got me to thinking about the Second World War, and I’ll share some of my…
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As we here in these United States of Surveillance and Torture navigate the days between Memorial Day and Flag Day, here are a few thoughts straight from the coconut to the keyboard. WHY IS IT THAT we Americans must always witness soldiers, sailors and airmen marching in the flag at sporting events? Who…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce USUALLY IN THESE American Dissident Voices broadcasts I address myself to all interested people of European ancestry, regardless of their ideology or personal inclinations. Today I want to speak only to people who consider themselves racial nationalists, White nationalists,…
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VIRTUALLY EVERY DAY, when I read Italian patriot sites, I see stories about asylum seekers, mainly sub-Saharans, staging spontaneous demonstrations, blocking traffic, holding up hand-scrawled placards protesting about something or other, usually the quality of the food they are given. Usually…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce YOU KNOW, what Madeleine Albright and the rest of the Clinton gang are doing in Yugoslavia is really something new, and it’s taking me a while to become accustomed to it. This is the first time I’ve ever hoped that American bombers would be shot down or American ships…
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The police — in Norway, Rotherham, or anywhere else — do the bidding of the money-men and are not the friends of racially-conscious Whites. SEVEN POLICEMEN searched Norwegian Nordic Resistance Movement member Ronny Bårdsen’s apartment to find the Norwegian-Russian nationalist…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver TEMPLE, the little tabloid published by a singularly courageous man in Peru, Dr. Gastón Ortiz Acha (Unión 1087, Oficina 501, Lima), was noticed in Liberty Bell, December 1984. The issue for July 1988 is especially interesting. The lead article, “Si yo fuera militar”…
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CosmotheismEssaysKevin Alfred StromWilliam Pierce

INTRODUCTION, 2016: On William Pierce’s 83rd birthday, I want to honor his memory by republishing this essay of my remembrances of him — which in my opinion, whatever it may be worth, is some of my best work. Since I wrote this piece just four short years ago, much has happened. The unworthy souls who…
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PATRIOTS have bricked up the door of a mosque and decorated the new wall with educational quotes and messages. The action happened in the town of Parchim in the German state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. A wall was built out of concrete blocks which were placed in front of the entrance of a local mosque.…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver IF YOU SEEK comprehension of the events of today, do not expect to learn anything from current news: it will be only more of the same. If you have in mind a fairly adequate outline of the history of our race from the Greeks to our century, you may give special attention to the crucial periods…
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