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by John I. Johnson THERE ARE MANY, many signs from the Establishment of increasing bloodlust directed against Whites worldwide. They want corpses. Historically, this has happened before, whether you are aware of it or not. Indeed, the murders and rapes of thousands of Whites in South Africa, Rhodesia,…
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ON FEBRUARY 6th, the rancid city council of Charlottesville, Virginia voted 3-2 to remove a statue of the great Robert E. Lee and rename Lee Park. The fact that the beautiful statue has been there since 1928 and is protected by Virginia law means very little to the lawless and (so much for the) tolerant…
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by Andrew Hamilton THE TERM Gordian knot refers to a problem most difficult of solution. It is a metaphor for an intractable problem. To “cut the Gordian knot” means to solve a problem in an entirely original way, perhaps with one swift action, by rejecting or violating conventional rules that…
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WHITE AMERICANS are currently enduring a sustained attack on their identity. The immediate goal of this assault is to confuse and demoralize White people, so that they are psychologically incapable of defending themselves as a race or ethnicity. The ultimate goal is the extermination of Whites…
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THIS WORK REFUTES Afrocentrist nonsense which claims that “Egypt was black” through reviewing the historical record of Egyptian art, images of mummies, and new dramatic DNA evidence. Ra was the sun god of ancient Egypt, and part of the religion of that culture was a belief that the pharaohs were…
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by Sam Francis BY LOOKING AT the deep racial-cultural history of whites since ancient times, we discover more profoundly who we are, where we come from, and where we may be going. We may also learn how to control those traits that are now contributing to our destruction and to make use of them and other,…
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Classic Essays

by Theodore J. O’Keefe IN OCTOBER 1837 a party of 1,000 Whites, traveling in canvas-covered wagons drawn by teams of from 12 to 16 oxen, abandoned the rolling plains of the interior and began the difficult trek across the mountains to the inviting coastal lowlands. It was not the Rockies they were crossing,…
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Despite voicing PC views, Jean Manco’s study Ancestral Journeys shows that Europe has always been a land of the European race and that almost all the “migrants” cited came from within Europe — and even the ones who didn’t would be recognized as White today. by John Law…
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