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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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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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Jared Taylor, left, and Ron Unz by Everett Gruber LET ME BEGIN by stating that Whites are surrounded by enemies, each of which sharpens its knives and ravenously licks its teeth in anticipation of our blood. Each of these enemies must be neutralized if we are to survive. That said, we cannot allow this…
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by Giovanni Dannato SINCE THE founding of America, it’s always been a dumping ground for the rest of the world’s problems and a laboratory where those who come out on top can work their wills without any traditions or custom to hold them back.  Instead of a City on a Hill, it’s been more like that Randian…
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by Kevin Alfred Strom A CERTAIN Greenland Eskimo was taken on one of the American North Polar expeditions in the early part of this century. Later, as a reward for faithful service, he was brought to New York City for a short visit. At all the miracles of the White man’s civilization he was filled…
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AN UPCOMING science and technology symposium slated to take place at Massachusetts-based liberal arts university Williams College will showcase “new” voices in the field — but only from non-Whites, and has specifically excluded White people from participating. According to a report in The College
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Larry Silverstein AS THE 18th anniversary of 9/11 approached, the arrest and alleged suicide of Jeffrey Epstein made headlines — and raised questions about the credibility of official narratives. As Eric Rasmusen writes: “Everybody, it seems, in New York society knew by 2000 that Jeffrey Epstein…
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Some 1.3 billion people lack regular access to electricity. With its reliable independent grid powered by wind, water and solar, a remote Scottish island could hold the key to a solution. THE SCOTTISH ISLAND of Eigg has a precarious connection to the outside world — which I experienced first-hand…
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Vanessa Neubauer American Dissident Voices broadcast of 6 July, 2019 by Kevin Alfred Strom and Vanessa Neubauer ON JULY 2d, our own Vanessa Neubauer and other representatives of the National Alliance were invited to the International Congress of Peace Forces (ICPF) in Moscow. The meeting was held…
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American Dissident Voices broadcast of December 22, 2018 by Kevin Alfred Strom BEFORE WE PRESENT our traditional Solstice message for this year, I want all of us to remember what just happened to a persecuted man in Charlottesville a few days ago. This young White man, James Alex Fields, is just a little…
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