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High-speed rail line and modern superhighway would run from Moscow to China and Alaska WHILE THE SLOGAN of colonial expansion in America was John Soule’s “go west, young man” (later borrowed by Horace Greely), in Russia it was Peter the Great’s “go to the rising sun.” It was inevitable that east and west…
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EssaysJohn Massaro

by John Massaro (2016) “Boy, you really do like danger, don’t you?” “Better not bring any bibles with you.” “What are you going there for? They hate us.” I TURNED A DEAF EAR to all the nonsense. People whose horizon is no wider than a television screen, who wouldn’t know a visa from a lottery ticket, are…
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EssaysJohn MassaroNews

Update 2 is coming soon. by John Massaro ABOUT A MONTH AFTER posting my $30,000 offer, I hit upon the idea of contacting, or maybe I should say confronting, certain established people who had voiced their support of the Covid-19 injection – voiced it on the scale from docile airhead to screeching…
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American Dissident VoicesAudioKevin Alfred StromRadio

Disused steel mills can be seen in the background of this recent photograph of Johnstown, Pennsylvania, where a once-solid White majority is now visibly declining, and where a well-funded NGO wants to bring in Afghan “refugees.” American Dissident Voices broadcast of 29 January, 2022…
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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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Essays

by Blake Hood Backcountry History I WILL REFRAIN from delving too deeply into original customs of the Borderers. Fisher himself has already done great work on this which you can find here. But it is important to this theory that one understands exactly when these people arrived in America and where…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver AMONG THE PESTS that afflict us in summer, and more annoying than flies and mosquitoes, are swarms of addle-pated little zombies, hatched out in the public schools, who squawk as they “demonstrate” against nuclear weapons. It is unlikely the little creatures know…
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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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Contrary to the current anti-White narrative, racial-nationalism formed a significant opposition to American empire-builders, more than once preventing the incorporation of territories with large non-White populations into the United States. WITH REGARD to historical explanation, racial…
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EssaysThomas Dalton

by Thomas Dalton, PhD. ON March 10, Texas effectively eliminated all restrictions related to the Covid pandemic. The shutdown ended, restaurant capacities were restored to 100%, and perhaps most significantly for everyday life, mask mandates were lifted. Masks are the most visible, and the most…
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