Andrew HamiltonEssays

by Abbé Augustin Barruel (1798) Introductory Note: The following extract from French ecclesiastic Augustin Barruel’s classic Memoirs Illustrating the History of Jacobinism (French edition 1797; English translation 1798) highlights a noteworthy postulate of Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s concerning…
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Classic Essays

by Matt Koehl CURRENT TALK OF REVOLUTION — armed revolution — is likely to get the gonads going and the juices flowing. But before getting too sanguine about the prospects, it might be well to step back a notch and give some thought to what we are actually talking about? Revolution — real revolution — is…
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Guest opinionPerspective

by Angelicus IT IS 4.30 am here in Buenos Aires, Argentina, the city that once was
known as the Paris of South America — famous for its elegant avenues,
beautiful parks, and buildings, mostly in the French style of the late
19th century: a city that reflected the beauty and greatness achieved
by…
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Andrew HamiltonEssays

Roger Moore as Simon Templar relaxing with a book. by Andrew Hamilton JEWS NEVER miss a trick, no matter how small, propagandizing and pestering the Gentiles. Recently I rewatched an old episode of the popular British television series The Saint (1962-1969) starring Roger Moore, the English actor…
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by Matt Koehl Foreword: This treatise by New Order Commander Matt Koehl first appeared in the Summer 1980 issue of The National Socialist, an earlier journal of the World Union of National Socialists. Written before the collapse of the Soviet Union, it was reprinted in March 1981 in booklet form. A…
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by Mjollnir TO UNDERSTAND the dichotomy between National Socialism and Democracy, it is necessary that we define the parameters of each one. National Socialism today is most definitely not popular, because of many misconceptions and its connection in the public mind to the so-called “Holocaust”…
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American Dissident VoicesAudioKevin Alfred StromRadio

American Dissident Voices broadcast of 4 January, 2020 by Kevin Alfred Strom GRADUALLY, our people are awakening to their peril. By “awakening,” I do not mean just developing racial consciousness. That is a necessary — but not sufficient — part of the awakening process.…
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Andrew HamiltonEssays

Detail from Vasily Vereshchagin, Napoleon I on the Borodino Heights (1897). Oil on canvas, State Historical Museum, Moscow by Andrew Hamilton When speaking of Napoleon’s genius as a statesman, we must never forget (among other things) that it was he who finally reduced the Gallican Church…
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Classic Essays

The Iron Chancellor, the man who created modern Germany, acted imprudently where Jews were concerned. by Alfred Rosenberg
translated by Hadding Scott THE BIRTHDAY of the Iron Chancellor was reverently observed in all parts of Germany even in 1921. Now that his work lies in heaps of rubble, having been…
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by William Gayley Simpson WE TURN now to study the claims of the French revolutionists. These claims they undertook so to establish on abstract, innate, imprescriptible right that the zealot minds that follow them are rendered nearly impervious to evidence that their theories have failed in practice…
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