Essays

by Trevor Paglen I’VE LONG THOUGHT that conventional understandings of geography were a little too “horizontal”. That geographical concepts such as production, uneven development, territory, scale, geopolitics and the like tended to be theorized on an assumed horizontal plane of human…
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Essays

FEBRUARY is officially “Black History Month” in America, Britain, and Canada, and it is now commonplace during this month to recycle stories about past “great black civilizations” and “black inventions” — except, as demonstrated below, these claims are all mythical. (ILLUSTRATION: Bust of Queen…
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Essays

by Seth Shostak (pictured) OK, QUICK: Name a few important things that happened in the 11th century. If you’re not tenured in medieval studies, that may be tough, although several modestly notable events took place in those hundred years — for example, the Battle of Hastings and the launch…
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News

Even traitorous, pro-mixing regimes are being overwhelmed by the consequences of their own betrayal. AUSTRIA, a strong critic of fences built to cope with Europe’s migrant influx, on Wednesday announced it is joining other nations that have either already erected border barriers or are planning…
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by Alan Kidd THROUGHOUT the rest of the world — unlike here in America where the Jewish MSM have kept Americans in the dark — people understand that ISIL and most of these “radicalized Muslim terrorists” are products of Western intelligence organizations and funded by…
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And where are our efforts and resources going today: To spread our race to new habitable worlds? — or feeding and protecting worthless parasites, and rushing heedless toward our doom? NASA’s KEPLER mission has confirmed the first near-Earth-size planet in the “habitable zone”…
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