Classic Essays

by Francis Parker Yockey THE EARLY AMERICAN arrived at a land of which he knew nothing. He did not know its geography, its fertility, its climate, its dangers. In the North, he encountered forests, rocky soil, and winters of a rigor he had not known before. In the South, he met with swamps, malaria, and…
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Assistant coach to prospective Black players: “Do you like White women? Because we have a lot of them at Baylor and they love football players.” The death penalty should not be out of line for rapists and defilers of our women. Organized athletics in this country are utterly corrupted,
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How a White doctor from Tennessee conquered Nicaragua by John de Nugent NICARAGUA in 1982: Squalor. Poverty. Marxist troops from Cuba. The main export is revolution. With the Sandinista victory in 1979, power has shifted from the Latin-White element in the population back to the Mestizo and the Indian.…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce AS THE DUSK gathered in the early evening of March 5, 1836, William Travis mustered the 183 men under his command on the dusty plaza of the Alamo, a fortress-like former Spanish mission. As the assembled Texans listened intently, the lanky officer outlined the situation. He made…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce
from Attack! No. 55, 1977
Transcribed by Frederico Napolitano AS THE DUSK GATHERED in the early evening of March 5, 1836, William Travis mustered the 183 men under his command on the dusty plaza of the Alamo, a fortress-like former Spanish mission. As the assembled Texans listened…
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