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Looking beyond IQ and crime by Frank Jamger THE MOST FREQUENTLY cited data on race differences are IQ and crime rates, of which we have clear empirical measures. East Asians usually rank higher than Whites on these two stats, though strangely enough people aren’t lining up to move to east Asia.…
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Source citations of White-China essay 3/6/18, part 2 These are the second half of the source citations (first half is here; plain text version is here) for Frank Jamger’s essay, “White Character and Civilization, Compared to Chinese,” which was posted on Frank Jamger’s…
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by Tobias Langdon THE BASIS OF SCIENCE is the same as the basis of life: pattern-recognition. Even plants recognize patterns in the weather and the attacks of insects. The difference between scientists and trees, or scientists and sharks, is that scientists use reason and method, not instinct and…
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1550 The term “negro” enters the English language from Spanish. (Jordan, 61) 1600 The term “mulatto” enters the English language from Spanish. (Jordan, 61) 1619 Twenty Blacks brought by a Dutch ship to Virginia. Some Blacks had arrived even earlier. (Davis, xi) 1637 Pequot War in Massachusetts. (Jordan,…
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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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by Klaus Kund ONE CAN quite confidently say that National Socialist Germany was the first country where animal rights and environmental issues made a real impact on policy and legislation. In comparison, many nations in the world today, almost 80 years later, still have no legislation that protects…
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by Andrew Hamilton A SHORT PAPER on demography by Benjamin Franklin consisting of 24 numbered paragraphs, “Observations Concerning the Increase of Mankind, Peopling of Countries, Etc.” (1751), provides interesting insight into the thoughts of one of the most astute and discerning of the Founding…
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Classic Essays

by John Nobull THE NEGRO QUESTION is an old one, and much of the hypocrisy associated with it remains embedded in the middle-class mind. If you are “self-made” yourself, it is tempting to rationalise your position by claiming that anyone else, given the chance, could have done the same.…
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