Classic Essays

by Robert Throckmorton ANYONE WHO HAS SEEN an anthill should conclude that there is such a thing as ant nature and that it is different from human nature. But however flexibly we can arrange human societies, we just cannot live like ants. It is easy to forget this. When the cultural anthropologists of…
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Classic Essays

ONE OF THE GREATEST scientific revolutionaries of our age, and a victim of the Jewish inquisition, is Edward O. Wilson (pictured), Curator of Entomology at the Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology and the author of The Insect Society, which Science magazine has called a “magisterial survey…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce THE AUGUST 1 issue of Time magazine carried a six-page cover story on sociobiology, which is just a fancy name for the biological study of groups of interacting organisms — including human societies. (ILLUSTRATION: Charles Darwin demolished one Jewish myth, and his successors…
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Essays

by Martin Kerr “…It is Life alone that all things must serve.” – Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf, Vol. I, Chap. 9, p. 215 (Manheim) INTRODUCTION A UNIQUE AND compelling feature of the National Socialist worldview of Adolf Hitler is that, of all the various political movements and ideologies of the modern…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES were established to preserve and perpetuate the culture, and hence the civilization, that is called European, from the geographical designation of the continent on which it arose as a revival of the culture of Greece and Rome, or Western, to include its…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

The old college syllabus — radicalized by Dr. William L. Pierce NO GROUP OF PEOPLE can hope to gain control of their destiny unless they possess two essential things: the will to survive as a people and knowledge. The purpose of this guide is to provide a reasonably accessible storehouse of knowledge…
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Essays

by John Law Sociobiology A book published back in 1981, The Ethnic Phenomenon, by Pierre van den Berghe, offers one of the earliest accounts of ethnocentrism from a sociobiological perspective. The essential finding of sociobiology on the subject of “ethnocentrism” is that all humans…
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Classic Essays

In remembrance of another great but half-forgotten Westerner OUR MODERN MEDIA like to depict military men as trigger-happy simpletons whose throwback minds are still laboriously progressing from the 18th to the 19th century. Unfortunately, at least within the Western democracies, the rewards…
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Essays

The objective ethics of Raymond Cattell and Jacques Monod If POOR OLD Pontius Pilate could reassemble his ashes, revisit the earth and once again ask the unanswerable, his historic quiz would fall on deafer ears than before. It is not the fact of the matter that counts these days, (has it ever counted?),…
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