Essays

by Martin Kerr “At age twelve I saw William Tell for the first time, and a few months later, my first opera, Lohengrin. I was captivated at once. My youthful enthusiasm for the Master of Bayreuth knew no bounds.” — Mein Kampf, Volume I, Chapter 1, pp. 16-17 ADOLF HITLER is primarily known for his political…
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Great changes are coming to this Earth and to Life itself; these prophetic words can guide us toward the light. The Movement INTO THE rotten and cowardly bourgeois world and into the triumphant march of the Marxist wave of conquest a new power phenomenon was entering, which at the eleventh hour would…
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As 131 beckons us, align your thoughts with new beginnings; with greatness; with understanding. Education . . . THE RACIAL STATE must not adjust its entire educational work primarily to the infusion of mere knowledge, but to the cultivation of absolutely sound bodies. The training of mental abilities…
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More words from the man whose ideals and self-sacrifice, if comprehended rightly, can lead us out of the labyrinth. Idealism THE PUREST idealism is unconsciously equivalent to the deepest knowledge. (I:11) How necessary it is to keep realizing that idealism does not represent a superfluous expression…
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As we are about to start a new year, let us begin by meditating — and acting — on the words of the man whose life on Earth will one day be seen, we believe, as having cut human history into two distinct parts. Introduction EVERY AGE on Earth is represented by a name, by an extraordinary figure who…
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Classic Essays

Both capitalism and Communism declare that the value and meaning of human life are found in material things, in money, and in economic “progress.” We believe differently. IT WOULD BE the saddest sign of decay of a period if the impetus to a higher spiritual achievement lay only in the increased…
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Knut Hamsun ALTHOUGH HE MAY not have been a National Socialist in a doctrinaire sense, Norwegian Nobel laureate Knut Hamsun counted himself as one of Adolf Hitler’s personal followers. On May 7, 1945, one short week after the Führer’s freewill death, the following eulogy for Hitler was published on…
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NewsVideo

New video shows activists honoring the Hero of the 20th century on 20 April, 2019 THANKS TO Nordic Frontier, the radio outlet of the English-language site of the Nordic Resistance Movement, for posting a link to Kevin Alfred Strom’s reading of William Pierce’s “The Measure of Greatness”…
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Perspective

September 16, 1919 DEAR Herr Gemlich, If the threat with which Jewry faces our people has given rise to undeniable hostility on the part of a large section of our people, the cause of this hostility must be sought in the clear recognition that Jewry as such is deliberately or unwittingly having a pernicious…
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THERE WAS A TIME when the personality of Adolf Hitler dominated European consciousness; when his voice stirred millions; when he used to pass by, on solemn occasions, cheered by millions—the idol of the nation whom he had raised from the abyss to unparalleled greatness. There was a time when Germany…
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