Classic Essays

RICHARD WAGNER (pictured) was one of those rare composers who was as skillful in his theoretical writings as in his music (another was the Frenchman Jean-Phillipe Rameau). Wagner did not rely on his music alone to gain a reputation, but attempted to construct a coherent theory on which to base his compositions.…
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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 MercerEssaysGuest opinion

Stacey Abrams by Douglas Mercer THE ADVERTISING character/image “Aunt Jemima” got the bum’s rush a while back because it perpetuated some benign and pretty much accurate stereotypes of Blacks — but not to worry, the spitting image of the famous dough-faced Negro still…
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Essays

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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CommentaryDouglas MercerEssays

by Douglas Mercer WHEN HE wasn’t catering to Wall Street, the military-industrial complex, Jews, Blacks, and other assorted racial enemies of White people, Donald Trump would occasionally rip off a good line. An example of such is when rancid jungle trollop Meghan Markle and her subservient…
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Douglas MercerEssaysOpinion

by Douglas Mercer BAKUNIN was on very nearly the opposite side, politically, from National Vanguard. But he nailed it when he said: Jews are an exploiting sect, a blood sucking people, a unique devouring parasite tightly and intimately organized, cutting across all differences in political opinion.…
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Essays

Lady Michele Renouf by Paul Fromm “Michèle, your fearless and direct utterances in Dresden, unfortunately forbidden to all Germans, blew open the window of truth in one blast.” said Gerard Menuhin, son of legendary violinist and conductor Yehudi Menuhin, in February 2018 ON 16th October 2020 an…
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Essays

Lady Michele Renouf by Paul Fromm “Michèle, your fearless and direct utterances in Dresden, unfortunately forbidden to all Germans, blew open the window of truth in one blast,” said Gerard Menuhin, son of legendary violinist and conductor Yehudi Menuhin, in February 2018 ON 15th May 2020 an Australian-born…
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by Martin Kerr “At age twelve I saw William Tell for the first time, and a few months later, my first opera, Lohengrin. I was captivated at once. My youthful enthusiasm for the Master of Bayreuth knew no bounds.” — Mein Kampf, Volume I, Chapter 1, pp. 16-17 ADOLF HITLER is primarily known for his political…
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by James Harting I reread and studied [Mein Kampf] some more. Slowly, bit by bit, I began to understand. I realized that National Socialism, the iconoclastic worldview of Adolf Hitler, was the doctrine of scientific, racial idealism – actually a new ‘religion’ for our times. (George Lincoln Rockwell, …
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