Essays

by Douglas Mercer SOMETIME IN the 1960s legal scholars on the left began to detect vague penumbras and emanations in the US Constitution, the existence of which no one before had ever suspected. Out of these spectral openings emerged new unheard-of rights: the right to contraception, the right to an…
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News

Maajid Nawaz speaking at a Zionist rally in London. MAAJID NAWAZ is the political establishment’s favourite ex-Muslim. Co-founder of the ‘anti-extremist’ Quilliam Foundation, Nawaz had been a member of the Islamic fundamentalist faction Hizb ut-Tahrir during his years as a student in London,…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims ATTENTION, people in Georgia. The prosecutors in the first degree murder case against Travis and Gregory McMichael, which is false in the first place, have also charged, with first degree murder, the White man who was videoing the shooting of Ahmaud Arbery from a distance. I can’t…
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News

Memorial Day weekend has seen at least 36 people shot so far across Chicago, nine of them fatally. TODAY we remember the brave mongrel soldiers of the Chiraq all against all, the dangerous brown animals who gave their lives to help bring about the coming Semitic nightmare state. Each one of these alien…
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EditorialsNews

There has been sharp disagreement within racialist circles over the appropriateness of the COVID-19 lockdown and the scientific justifications behind it. Occidental Dissent has been leading the charge against opponents of the lockdown as ignorant rubes and embarrassing conspiracy theorists
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Essays

Were biological weapons used against Germans at Stalingrad? by Mark Weber OF HUMANITY’S many noteworthy achievements and inventions, few are as evil and as horrifying as biological warfare: deliberate, government-ordered mass killing of people with lethal diseases. During the Second…
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Fiction

by Lord Dunsany I HEARD IT said that very far away from here, on the wrong side of the deserts of Cathay and in a country dedicate to winter, are all the years that are dead. And there a certain valley shuts them in and hides them, as rumor has it, from the world, but not from the sight of the moon nor from those…
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Essays

by Giovanni Dannato SINCE THE founding of America, it’s always been a dumping ground for the rest of the world’s problems and a laboratory where those who come out on top can work their wills without any traditions or custom to hold them back.  Instead of a City on a Hill, it’s been more like that Randian…
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Essays

David Dario Gabbai by Karl Radl CONTINUING ON with my series of articles on the claims of so-called ‘Holocaust Survivors’, today we can look at the narrative of the famous ‘Holocaust Survivor’ David Dario Gabbai who died recently and has been subject to many hagiographic accounts of his life. One such…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver RATIONAL predictions of the future can be made only by dispassionately reasoning from available information that, on critical examination, appears to be reliable. Obviously, any deficiency in the accuracy or adequacy of the information will produce a great deviation in the inferences…
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