Bradford Hanson
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Bradford Hanson

It's time to stop being a spectator -- so I joined the National Alliance and am doing everything I can to promote its program for the renaissance of my people.

News

THE JERUSALEM POST just reported that over 40 municipal rabbis signed a petition on Tuesday saying that Jews should not rent homes in Israel to non-Jews. Many religious Jews consider this statement as a prohibition with as much force as law. One Knesset member has condemned it. Among the reasons given…
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Ilhan Omar, then a candidate for US Congress, speaks at a Hillary for Minnesota event at the University of Minnesota in October 2016. by David Sims THERE IS one thing about which Ilhan Omar is right and Donald Trump is wrong. Omar says that Israel has hypnotized the West, the United States in particular,…
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Controlled media reaction: Ho-hum. STATUES of Christopher Columbus were vandalized amid continued calls to change the name of the federal holiday honoring the Italian explorer. Red paint, along with messages about alleged genocide of non-Whites, were sprayed on landmarks in both San Francisco…
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Essays

by Paul Comben WE ARE IN the Queen’s Hall, London, on one of the major British concert evenings of 1935. About us, the auditorium is steadily filling with people about to hear the premiere of Ralph Vaughan Williams’ Fourth Symphony. Although some news of the work’s content has leaked…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims WE ARE not all the same race. There are several different human races. There have been published scientific, peer-reviewed studies that have established that the race of a person can be determined from genetic information alone with 99.86% reliability. Here’s a link [
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1196372…
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Professor of Physics at the Cavendish Laboratory and Geneva University Didier Queloz. HUMANITY WILL make contact with alien life far sooner than you might think, according to one prominent scientist. Nobel Prize winner professor Didier Queloz says he’s convinced we’re not alone in the universe…
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A KROGER GROCERY STORE has caged part of its store in College Park, Georgia. The glass enclosure has one entrance. The apparent objective is to decrease shrinkage, otherwise called shoplifting or, as I prefer to call it, slow-burn looting.

As expected, the store is accused of “racism”…
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Classic Essays

by Insitor Messor DON’T BE servile. Always be ready to act in the interests of our people, and act with quiet, assertive confidence. I took a woman on a date to a restaurant on New Year’s Eve. In the back was a group of our beloved African-American equals, making enough noise to be, well, distasteful.…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims ELBERT C. Sims was born in 1830 in Bryan County, Georgia to Jacob Sims and Martha Brown. He married Mary Ann Hughes and had five children. He fought in the American Civil War on the Confederate side, with Hardwick’s Mounted Rifles. He died on 17 February 1865 — from trauma and…
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Avraham Adler He’s been ordered to stop not because of his disgusting degradation of the sacred and corruption of others, but only because his lease forbids commercial businesses. AN ORTHODOX JEW has been openly holding so-called “sex parties” in his East Village apartment —…
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