Essays

by Paul Comben WE ARE IN the Queen’s Hall, London, on one of the major British concert evenings of 1935. About us, the auditorium is steadily filling with people about to hear the premiere of Ralph Vaughan Williams’ Fourth Symphony. Although some news of the work’s content has leaked…
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FictionHumor

by Cholly Bilderberger (1980) DR. THOMAS BRADFORD SALTONSTALL, head of the Greater Pri­mates Training Center, at Stanford University, has finally an­nounced the imminent publication of Primates and Prejudice, and it is evidently the blockbuster which the scientific world has been awaiting for…
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Essays

“Before we can put the White Man back in the fight, we must first put the fight back in the White Man.” – William L. Pierce by Martin Kerr THERE IS A PHRASE that has migrated from the world of scientific investigation into that of popular discourse. It describes how animals react when confronted with a sudden…
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Essays

by James Harting Introduction SOME 73 years have now elapsed since the end of the Second World War and the freewill death of Adolf Hitler. An enormous body of literature has been written since that time on the National Socialist period in European history, including its origins and aftermath. The amount…
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Essays

Editorial Introduction by Chris Rossetti: What the courageous author of this piece does not mention is that the most important dimension of the neoliberal/Jewish push for open borders is racial: racial in that non-Whites replacing Whites constitutes biological and cultural destruction and ultimately…
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American Dissident VoicesAudioKevin Alfred StromRadio

American Dissident Voices broadcast of March 11, 2017 by Kevin Alfred Strom WE STYLE OURSELVES Homo sapiens, from the Latin meaning “wise man,” but this hubristic and grandiose christening of ourselves is either plain wrong — or a thousand years premature. Dogma and the herd mentality…
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News

Experts say human impact on Earth so profound that Holocene must give way to epoch defined by nuclear tests, plastic pollution and domesticated chicken HUMANITY’S IMPACT on the Earth is now so profound that a new geological epoch — the Anthropocene — needs to be declared, according…
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Reports

Based on the Earth’s history, it’s possible. THOSE OF you who followed the news last week may have seen disturbing headlines warning that we may be headed for ocean levels a full 20 feet (6 meters) higher than they are at present — this article from CBS News was typical. The odd thing about…
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American Dissident VoicesAudioKevin Alfred StromRadio

American Dissident Voices broadcast of July 12, 2014 by Kevin Alfred Strom WHAT I WILL tell you today is both reality and metaphor. Our world is in danger from cosmic catastrophe — and we need better minds and better men to save ourselves. And one cosmic catastrophe is already here. * * * The Earth…
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Essays

by Nelson Rosit FOUR BLOCKS NORTH of the main tourist attractions on the Washington Mall lies a cultural gem no reader visiting the anti-nation’s capital should miss. The National Museum of American Art (NMAA), along with the National Portrait Gallery, is housed in the Old Patent Building.…
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