Essays

by Tansaafl SIX COMMON types of disgust that protect us from disease revealed for the first time: Disgust has long been recognised as an emotion which evolved to help our ancestors avoid infection, but now researchers have been able to show the human disgust system is likely to be structured around the…
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  Should “anti-cuckooism” be made a crime? by Dr. James Thompson I WAS SEARCHING for a distraction when an esteemed person of my acquaintance peremptorily instructed me from her nearby study that I had to watch the Royal Society Croonian Lecture 2015 given by Professor Nicholas…
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The wider context of Jewish white collar crime by Dr. Andrew Joyce THREE YEARS AGO I wrote an analysis of the Marc Rich case. I wanted the piece to be as clinical and empirically sound as possible, so I relied heavily on a report authored by government investigators acting for the United States Congress…
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EssaysThomas Dalton

by Thomas Dalton OVER THE COURSE of two thousand years, Christianity has grown from nothing to the largest religion on the planet. Some 2.1 billion people now consider themselves Christian, about one third of all of humanity. It significantly outnumbers Islam, in second place with 1.5 billion members.(1)…
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American Dissident VoicesAudioKevin Alfred StromRadio

A tiny songbird, right, exhausts itself feeding a huge parasite chick it has been tricked into believing is its own. Such parasitism sometimes leads to death of the parents through exhaustion, and almost always results in the death of their true chicks. American Dissident Voices broadcast of 11 January,…
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News

THE New York Times recently published an opinion piece by its gun-grabbing, open borders in-house “conservative” columnist Bret Stephens asserting that Ashkenazi Jews are an elite race by nature of their superior hereditary, culture and soul.  For sure, there are Jews of exceptional…
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American Dissident VoicesAudioKevin Alfred StromRadio

American Dissident Voices broadcast of 4 January, 2020 by Kevin Alfred Strom GRADUALLY, our people are awakening to their peril. By “awakening,” I do not mean just developing racial consciousness. That is a necessary — but not sufficient — part of the awakening process.…
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by Andrew Joyce, Ph.D. “If man will strike, strike through the mask!”
— Ahab, Moby Dick IT WAS VERY gratifying to see Tucker Carlson’s recent attack on the activities of Paul Singer’s vulture fund, Elliot Associates, a group I first profiled four years ago. In many respects, it is truly remarkable…
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News

Migrating shorebirds at Kimbles Beach, N.J. Researchers estimate that the population of North American shorebirds alone has fallen by more than a third since 1970. OVER THE PAST half-century, North America has lost more than a quarter of its entire bird population, or around 3 billion birds. That’s…
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by Matt Koehl EVERY AGE AND EVERY GENERATION has experienced its share of problems and difficulties. So, what is different about those of the present time? What makes today’s problems special and unique? Very simply, they represent much more than a passing discomfort. They are symptomatic of a systemic…
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