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THERE IS MUCH that Mr. Vikernes says that is thought-provoking and worth listening to — and some we disagree with, too. But he has a powerful, succinct way of making his points and many of his works, including this one, help us see things in a new way. These related videos on the same general topic…
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America had a long history of population displacements before modern Europeans arrived and built the United States. by Frank Jamger THERE WERE multiple peoples and cultures who lived in North America before the primitive Amerinds encountered by European settlers. Some were relatively advanced,…
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Matt Haney: pretty good crypsis, but the sick asymmetrical leer gives it away. by Douglas Mercer JUST RECENTLY San Francisco got their faggot hero number one Harvey Milk’s infamous name on a US Navy ship. Now the city by the bay is getting on its collective knees and apologizing to the Chinese.…
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H. P. Lovecraft with Felis by Andrew Hamilton A THOUGHT has been lurking in the back of my mind for some time. In terms of fiction, and even outside it (with the notable exception of H. P. Lovecraft), were certain authors reflexively embraced as soul mates by White conservatives and racialists, in reality…
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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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Miranda Du by Douglas Mercer IT’S NOT a felony to enter the United States illegally — for that you get a green card with all the fixings — but it is (technically at any rate) a felony to be deported and then re-enter the United States. But if a Vietnamese judge gets her way, and you 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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Integrationist Ryerson by Douglas Mercer EGERTON RYERSON is a dead White male, and they’ll never let us forget it. Just the other day our enemies were engaging in some sympathetic magic and treating his statue like a voodoo doll. But they weren’t putting pins in it. We’re in for…
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by Douglas Mercer “It is estimated that the United States alone benefited from a total of 222,505,049 hours of forced labor between 1619 and the abolition of slavery in 1865. Valued at the US minimum wage, with a modest rate of interest, that is worth $97 trillion today.” — Jason Hickel,…
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Kristi Noem at the “Monster Energy Team Challenge,” 11 July 2020 by Douglas Mercer KRISTI Noem is that patriotic lady that MAGA-boomers love to love; she’s smoking hot and unlike that other snowbound populist beauty, Sarah Palin, from time to time she can put a word or two together…
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