Classic Essays

by Madeline Clark AFTER SIXTEEN CENTURIES, the life and work of the Emperor Julian seem as close to us as yesterday, as real to us as today, and with good reason. Julian has appeared in history chiefly as “the Apostate” (one abandoning Christianity) — an epithet that has colored the…
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These quotations are from Hitler’s Table Talk, which is a series of informal, private conversations among Hitler and his closest associates, as recorded by Martin Bormann. THE CONVERSATIONS from which these excerpts are taken occurred from July 1941 to June 1942, mostly late at night or in early morning.…
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American Dissident VoicesAudioAudio BooksKevin Alfred StromRadio

American Dissident Voices broadcast of 14 December, 2019 by Kevin Alfred Strom TODAY we present the second and concluding part of “Commissary to the Gentiles” written by Jewish activist Marcus Eli Ravage in 1928. It is a most revealing piece. Ravage admits the Jewish role in radically…
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THE SPIRE has already burned and fallen. Parisians by the hundreds of thousands are on the streets, watching the flames rise higher and higher, helpless to stop the destruction of this timeless symbol of France and of Aryan Man that transcends sectarian religion, as it falls before their eyes. It has…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver ONE SEES FROM time to time in the press muted reports that all is not well in Poland. There have even been photographs of shipyards and factories that have been closed since the beatitude of “democracy” was bestowed on that unhappy land. One has to infer that the Americans’…
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Timeline of the tragic religious history of Europe by Chechar WHITE NATIONALISTS know very little about the history of the religion of their parents. This summary from Vlassis Rassias’ book Demolish Them published in Greek and posted at Thulean Perspective (here), is just a taste of the flavour…
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Selections from Hitler’s Table Talk I THINK THE MAN who contemplates the universe with his eyes wide open is the man with the greatest amount of natural piety: not in the religious sense, but in the sense of an intimate harmony with things. At the end of the last century the progress of science…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver ONE SEES from time to time in the press muted reports that all is not well in Poland. There have even been photographs of shipyards and factories that have been closed since the beatitude of “democracy” was bestowed on that unhappy land. One has to infer that the Americans’…
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Classic Essays

by Robert Green Ingersoll (pictured) THEY SAY that the Emperor Julian [AD 331-363] was an “apostate”; that he was once a Christian; that he fell from grace, and that in his last moments, throwing some of his own blood into the air, he cried out to Jesus Christ, “Galilean, thou hast…
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EDITOR’S NOTE: National Vanguard now makes available this, the fifth and final audio book from Tom Watson’s (pictured) series on the Leo Frank case, read by Vanessa Neubauer. All of Watson’s long-suppressed essays on the Frank case are now available in audio format, ahead of schedule…
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