Douglas MercerEssays

by Douglas Mercer “IMMIGRANTS have always been a part of the United States,” said Boy George Bush, subscribing to the current propaganda. Of course that’s not true at all; the idea that we are a “nation of immigrants” postdates the war (you know the one — the one…
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Douglas MercerEssays

by Douglas Mercer WHEN THE epitaph of America is written it will say that this was a people who loved freedom but who loved cheap labor more. Sam Dickson has said that, growing up in the South, he revered the antebellum leadership class, but that as he grew older he saw them in the same light as the capitalists…
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Andrew HamiltonEssays

A quintessential Yankee poem by New England’s quintessential Yankee poet by Andrew Hamilton DISCUSSING Robert Frost’s collection Steeple Bush in the New York Times upon its release in 1947, poet Randall Jarrell devoted the bulk of his review to quoting and summarizing…
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Essays

OUR ELITES are just hell bent on conducting social experiments on us. I for one am sick of it. The science is settled. The experiments have been done over and over always yielding the same results. Why must they keep repeating the same experiments expecting different results? 874 AD: Let’s try putting…
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Classic EssaysEssays

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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David SimsEssays

A candid snapshot of NASA’s Mars Rover team: Very few non-Whites are in evidence. After all the phony Black geniuses in Jewish films and television, and the reality of African IQ, we are entitled to be skeptical. Also note that the “news media contact” for the promotional piece is
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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

BACK IN THE “aughts” I was a leftist — a sincere, back-to-the-land, anti-capitalist, anti-globalist leftist. My main concerns at that time were globalization and peak oil. I was a “peaknik” and a “doomblogger” desperate to extricate myself from the economic Titanic. Sometime after 9/11 a sizable…
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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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