Essays

Sir John Franklin, naval officer, Arctic explorer (born 16 April 1786 in Spilsby, England; died 11 June 1847 aboard HMS Erebus near King William Island, Nunavut). FRANKLIN’S name is synonymous with Arctic exploration and the Northwest Passage. A respected naval officer and colonial governor,…
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Andrew HamiltonEssays

Demonstrating solidarity with the violent, System-funded and -organized George Floyd rioters in 2020, a jointly-owned subsidiary of anti-White globalist food giant Nestlé and Paris-based “private equity firm” PAI Partners announced that the corporation was changing the “derogatory” name…
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On the 133rd anniversary of his birth, today we offer some seldom-seen statements made regarding Adolf Hitler, the first great leader of National Socialism. “I SHOULD LIKE to put it on record that I have never been able to dislike Adolf Hitler… The fact is that there is something deeply…
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EssaysJohn Massaro

Ancient building carved directly into the cliff face in Petra, Jordan by John Massaro THE ANCIENT CITY of Petra is Jordan’s crowning glory. In the fourth century B.C. an obscure tribe, the Nabataeans, and after them the Romans, carved temples, palaces and tombs from the indigenous pink sandstone;…
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EssaysGuest opinion

by Levi Savage WHEN blazing your own trail through the wilderness there are a couple of essential items you should bring with you. A magnetic compass is one of those items. A compass is useful because it provides an objective indicator of direction. While an explorer can observe his surroundings to get…
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Douglas MercerEssays

by Douglas Mercer FAMOUSLY, in the movie Chinatown the character played by John Huston is buying up all the land he can north of Los Angeles. He plans to incorporate the area into the city and watch the dollar bills rain down. Jack Nicholson’s character (Jake Gittes) is incredulous and asks him:…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims MOST OF Israel’s population is Ashkenazi Jews, yet the average IQ of Israel is 94 or 95. The Ashkenazi Jews who are tested in the United States often score much higher, around 115. I’m not sure what’s going on with that, and I would very much like to hear a (true) explanation. Some of my detractors…
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Douglas MercerEssaysGuest opinion

An American school map of the Indian wars, from the first half of the 20th century. Its caption reads: “The struggle between the Indian and the white man for the possession of a continent is terminated. At no time during this long contest of four hundred years’ duration, has there been but…
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American Dissident VoicesAudioKevin Alfred StromRadio

American Dissident Voices broadcast of 7 August, 2021 by Kevin Alfred Strom WHEN Alexander Kinyua immigrated as a child to the US along with his family in the 1990s from the African country of Kenya, his family’s story developed into what reads like a puff piece for open borders put out by AOC or…
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by Angelicus NEARLY forty years ago, a distinguished professor of Classics and philologist who was also a political activist who dedicated his life to fighting the JWO (Jewish World Order) began to talk about “the semantic war.” I was very young then and I never met him; I only learnt about it many years…
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