Essays

Bowden’s Lecture and an Excerpt from Being and Time THE PUBLICATION of Heidegger’s black notebooks has reinvigorated the nest of rodents that comprises Heidegger’s detractors; all of the archaic attacks on Heidegger (pictured), now renewed, flowing from the deep conviction…
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EssaysThomas Dalton

by Thomas Dalton ANYONE WHO has spent even a short time battling against the Judeocracy has surely experienced the frustration of attempting to persuade a trusted friend or colleague of the gravity of the situation — only to fail.  This is undoubtedly one of the most discouraging and troubling…
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Essays

Heidegger by Karl Radl READING THE universally acclaimed German philosopher Martin Heidegger is a pleasure that cannot and should not be underestimated. He was an innovative thinker of the first order and is part of what American ‘conservative’ philosopher James Burnham called the ‘dark’ or ‘irrational’…
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American Dissident VoicesAudioKevin Alfred StromRadio

American Dissident Voices broadcast of 27 February, 2021 by Kevin Alfred Strom TODAY WE CONTINUE with our examination of the new religion for European man — the religion which our best minds have been approaching for centuries upon centuries — Cosmotheism. Cosmotheism liberates our…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver IN The Enemy of Our Enemies (pp. 114f., n63) I mentioned an amusing early version of the Jews’ Holohoax, concocted before they decided which version of their Big Lie they would vociferously promote to bamboozle the Aryan boobs, whom they both hate and despise. It was Dr. Stefan…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims THINGS come into existence in accordance with probability distributions. The observable phenomenon called the Casimir Effect is an example. If you hang two conductive (e.g. aluminum, copper) plates in parallel and near to each other, they will prevent the random appearance of fluctuations…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims JUST IN CASE there are White nationalists who haven’t yet figured it out (and there shouldn’t be many), many of the apparent leaders, spokespersons, and apologists for causes that we support — such as limiting immigration from the Third World — aren’t…
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EssaysThomas Dalton

by Thomas Dalton, Ph.D. Vitam impendere vero (“Dedicate one’s life to truth.”)
— Juvenal, Satire IV, 91[1] EVERY MOVEMENT needs its icons, racial-nationalism no less than any other social-political ideology. Any icon — a term deriving from the Greek eikôn, meaning a likeness…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

In honor of the 87th anniversary of William Luther Pierce’s birth on 11 September 1933. by Dr. William L. Pierce TURN ON A LOCAL television news program in just about any large city in this country, and the chances are nearly 100% that you’ll hear and see at least one Black announcer telling you what’s…
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News

Lamonby AS A young engineer, Stephen Lamonby was taken under the wing of an elderly colleague and given a piece of wisdom he has never forgotten – ‘Knowledge not passed on is knowledge wasted.’ Over the next half century, Mr Lamonby, now 73, designed Navy torpedoes, satellite-carrying rockets, oil…
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