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LAST NIGHT, 800 Africans jumped the fence in Ceuta, a Spanish exclave in the north of Africa. 600 of them made it through and then rampaged through the city, flinging urine, faeces and quicklime at the police. This is jungle-grade savagery running raw through the streets of one of our cities. Of course…
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THE LAST TIME I talked about Spain, they had just received a shipment of identical looking and behaving diversity that appeared to be extremely eager to embrace local customs and traditions and start “pumping” money into the economy, the most important thing any completely interchangeable…
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Essays

AN IMPORTANT PART of the Blame Whitey narrative that has come to frame the understanding of history conventionally found within the public sphere is the myth of tolerance in Muslim-ruled Spain: “convivencia” as it is called, or co-existence; together with an ostentatious appreciation…
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All over the Western world, the oligarchy and its servants are trying to prevent the coming revolution against their rule.
SPAIN HAS shown that it is fully on board with the Brussels authoritarian direction. Those in power have simply convinced themselves that the people do not understand what is good…
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Dual citizenship to be allowed; Jews need only prove they “studied Spanish history” or “gave to Spanish charities” (which could just be Jewish charities in Spain). DESCENDENTS OF Spanish Jews exiled from the country more than 500 years ago will soon be able to apply for…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

U.S.S. LIBERTY after the Israeli attack: The survivors counted 821 holes in the hull and superstructure of the riddled ship. by Dr. William L. Pierce THE loss of honor attendant on the utterly shameful behavior of America’s leaders in the wake of Israel’s attempt to sink the U.S.S. Liberty
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EssaysJohn Massaro

by John Massaro THIS IS A SERIOUS discussion, but no one is ever going to take the imp out of me, so I’ll begin it with an off-color but relevant story. Many years ago my ex-wife and I were traveling around France in a rental car, and as has always been my custom when I’m behind the wheel, I combine places of interest…
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Tejero in the Cortes, 1981. THIS YEAR MARKED the 41st anniversary of a real attempted “insurrection against democracy” — or, more accurately, attempted resurrection of a nation: On 23 February 1981, Lt. Col. Antonio Tejero of Spain’s Guardia Civil made a last stand against the…
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The Russian quest for lost greatness by Wolf Stoner
Russian correspondent PUTIN’S RUSSIA, being a state without roots or identity, has always suffered from an acute lack of any existential purpose. Initially, Putin and his gang placed their bets on increasing prosperity and an expanding middle class.…
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by John Massaro I NOTICED THAT Philip Caputo belatedly posted my comment of March 8th on his Web site, under his January 30th “dispatch,” and again I was surprised. I admire him for that, because it did not reflect well upon him, and he did not add his own comment as he had previously. I’d…
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