Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce NO PEOPLE is morally and spiritually healthy unless it is imbued with a strong sense of its own identity. Essential to that sense of identity are an awareness and an understanding of all the qualities which the members of the people share in common. It is doubly imperative that…
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NOW WE SHOULDN’T be too surprised by this. Black men like to play the field a bit, and see which babies come out the prettiest, before they eventually settle down as good fambly men with their three or four favourite women. Or to put it another way, they whelp with all the diligence and foresight of…
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Essays

by David Sims I’VE BEEN contemplating capitalists and their pet-poodle philosophers, like Ayn Rand and Stefan Molyneux. The imagery here goes like this: Capitalist: “Capitalism is the best. It always works. Isn’t that right, Fluffy?” Fluffy says “Arf!”…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims I HAVE noticed that philosophers almost continually speak as if they could create morality by making their preferences known; i.e., as if the truth about morality were something to be decided, rather than something to be discovered. I think that the reverse is the case. Morality evolved…
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Henry Hafenmayer, 1972-2021 ONE OF THE foremost champions of free historical research and discussion — Henry Hafenmayer — died last Wednesday (11th August) in southern Germany, aged 48. A former train driver who was dismissed for his political opinions, Henry became a prominent public…
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Essays

by James Harting I FIRST MET Tom Metzger in 1973, when I was a staff member of the Los Angeles headquarters of the National Socialist White People’s Party. Tom had come up to Los Angeles from Fallbrook, and he stopped in to say hello at the HQ. Joe Tommasi was the local party leader. At that time Tom was a Christian…
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Abbott Handerson Thayer – The Stevenson Memorial, 1903 by Wolf Stoner THE MAIN PROBLEM with European Christianity is that this alien ideology is closely intertwined with European culture in all its aspects. The main task is to separate those two components. The “mainstream”…
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Douglas MercerEssays

Germany: a heartfelt welcome to “refugees” by Douglas Mercer ORSON WELLES once said that he met Hitler, that he sat with a group for lunch in which he was present. Welles said that during the lunch Hitler did not say a word. From this, he supposedly deduced that when Hitler was not mesmerizing…
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Douglas MercerEssays

11-year-old Desmond Napoles with “friend” and fellow “drag” performer by Douglas Mercer THEY GOT Socrates on a charge of corrupting the youth of Athens; and a righteous verdict it was. He wanted to replace the active, virile life of the Greeks with dime-store philosophers…
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EssaysThomas Dalton

by Thomas Dalton, PhD. “A law against Jew-hatred is usually the beginning of the end for the Jews.”
—Joseph Goebbels, diary (April 19, 1943)[1] ‘HATE’ IS SUCH an ugly word. And such a juvenile word. It calls to mind the stereotypical eight-year-old girl who screams “I hate you!” to her mother when she…
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