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by David Sims THE QUESTION was asked: “Since evil people seek and abuse political power, why should political power even exist?” You might as validly ask why universities and research institutes should exist. Since mankind, in general, is composed of persons who are insufficiently…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver I SUPPOSE there still are many who escaped or survived the blight of the public schools and read English literature, including that of the Nineteenth Century. I wonder how many have noticed in many writings of that great age a lesson on the basic structure of civilized society that…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

A medal of Louis XIV, on which he refers to himself as “Louis the Great” How White nations are subverted from within by Revilo P. Oliver I CONGRATULATE and thank Cholly Bilderberger for his excellent study of the decadence of a family recently published here. What makes it interesting and,…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

by Kevin Alfred Strom (1995) WHAT IS IT like to live in Black Africa? Let’s find out. I got a small taste of the reality of life in Africa when I did research for an engineering firm that was about to bid on a contract to build a radio network in Liberia. I discovered that in Liberia the roads between…
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The 1990 reunification of Germany combined the worst of both worlds: the terminal decadence and institutionalized, genocidal anti-White racism of West Germany and the brutal police state surveillance, repression, and Communism of the GDR (East Germany). A GERMAN family has fled their homeland…
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Classic Essays

by Cholly Bilderberger THOUGHTS in the night: We deplore our pathetic world intellectually by day, but only realize the full horror viscerally in the dark. It is then that the questions come. Doesn’t any person capable of feeling and perception (sentient, in short) have to be dumbfounded…
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Essays

by David Sims THE POWERS that be of our world talk a good talk about rights. But they don’t really mean it. They really want to control rights, so they can decide who may exercise them and who may not. And, naturally, they intend to reserve to themselves the most privileged status. As an example,…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce A PHYSICIAN who wants to ascertain the health of a person checks his weight and blood pressure, listens to his heartbeat and breathing, examines his skin, and so on. The physician knows what signs to look for, what measurements to make in order to decide whether his patient…
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News

Introductory Note by John I. Johnson: I recently read about a study by Pew stating that many more adult Americans age 18-34 (predominantly White, is my guess) than ever before live at home with their parents. I haven’t analyzed it, though. This is a structural social change unrelated, by…
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Classic EssaysVideoWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce I’VE BEEN LOOKING again at some of the photographs which have come back from the recent Mars landing. It’s really amazing stuff. I used to work at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, where much of this latest Mars mission was planned. Seeing what…
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