Essays

by Mark Weber IN May 1927, a shy, handsome 25-year-old suddenly sprang from obscurity to instant world fame when he flew a small single-seat, single-engine airplane, called the “Spirit of St. Louis,” from Long Island, New York, to an airfield in Paris. In a grueling 33-hour flight that covered 3,600…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver IT IS THE habit of our domestic enemies to deny that they are engaged in a conspiracy against us, and to pretend that the consequences of their actions just happened somehow and could not have been foreseen. Unthinking Americans believe that, although our great War Criminal once indiscreetly…
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Douglas MercerEssays

Scenes from Ridley Road. Masterpiece Theatre certainly has fallen a long, long way, even by its own standards. by Douglas Mercer PURIM! The very name rouses Jews to the very heights of imagination and swells them with pride, kindles in their minds images of White corpses strewn on desolate fields, White…
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EssaysGuest opinionJohn Massaro

by John Massaro IN THE MONTHS AND years after September 11, 2001, there was plenty of commentary in the alternative media that implicated Israel in the events of that day. I had my doubts about that, not because I ever believed the fairy tale about nineteen Arab hijackers, or the boogeyman terrorist Osama…
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EssaysJohn Massaro

by John Massaro (Note: I wrote this in 2015, intending for it to be presented in some form on a radio program. That didn’t happen, but it did appear on the Web site Whitebiocentrism.com. It’s more an attempt to educate than entertain, to provide a snapshot of everyday life in post-colonial Africa, based…
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EssaysJohn Massaro

by John Massaro “NUSAYBIN Hudut Kapisi,” the fresh Turkish exit stamp in my passport read. Straight ahead was El Qamishliye, Syria, a remote, sleepy frontier town near the desolate point where Turkey, Syria and Iraq meet. It was 1984 and I was not feeling confident. What was Syria going…
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Andrew HamiltonEssays

by Andrew Hamilton “Evolution under bioculturally driven group selection, including migration, war, and genocide, may account for a substantial amount of change in human gene frequencies.”
— J. Philippe Rushton 1 IF WE ASSUME that White civilization is ultimately an expression of…
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Andrew HamiltonEssays

San Francisco Chronicle Extra: “Kidnappers Lynched!” Royce Brier’s eyewitness account of the lynchings in the left-hand column, “Mob Storms Jail, Hangs Slayers in San Jose Square,” won the Pulitzer Prize for Reporting. by Andrew Hamilton Although most Americans probably equate the term “lynch…
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Douglas MercerEssaysGuest opinion

Back of the bus, Whitey! (Actually, this invasion-promoting stock image — used recently by the dissident Chinese-diaspora publication, the Epoch Times — is heavily idealized, showing one out of six “new Americans” as White, and showing the rest as being considerably…
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Douglas MercerEssays

Max Horkheimer by Douglas Mercer “THE White race is the cancer of history,” said Susan Sontag who was born Susan Rosenblatt in New York City, the daughter of Mildred (née Jacobson) and Jack Rosenblatt, both Jews from Lithuania and Poland. “Susan Sontag” So little Susie Rosenblatt,…
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