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.

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ISRAEL’S EMBASSY in Thailand expressed its disappointment Thursday over statements made by a minor Thai royal denying the holocaust. (ILLUSTRATION: ML Rungguna Kitiyakara; Facebook page photo) Ambassador Simon Roded expressed “disappointment and regret” over the comment…
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Classic Essays

by H.L. Mencken THE BACKWARDNESS OF the art of biography in These States is made shiningly visible by the fact that we have yet to see a first-rate life of either Lincoln or Whitman. Of Lincolniana, of course, there is no end, nor is there any end to the hospitality of those who collect it. Some time ago a publisher…
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Classic Essays

by William Gayley Simpson Part 5 of 7 The author of Which Way Western Man? reaches a new level of understanding of man’s identity and mission, and he begins to gain an awareness of the importance of race (ILLUSTRATION: WILLIAM SIMPSON in early 1939) Editor’s Introduction: The previous…
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Classic Essays

What the last generation went through to get our ideas to the public. It’s better now in the world of self-publishing and the Internet, but the System’s — and the Opponent’s — hostility remain the same. HOWARD ALLEN has received several unsolicited manuscripts, some…
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Classic Essays

A very early review of Arthur Butz’s (pictured) The Hoax of the Twentieth Century IF THERE was ever a time in human history when falsehood was about ready to put truth permanently out of business, it was the last three decades — from the cocoon stages of the Six Million Myth in early World…
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American Dissident VoicesAudioClassic EssaysRadioWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce American Dissident Voices broadcast of June 6, 1998 Listen to the broadcast ANOTHER WHITE FARMER in South Africa was murdered a few days ago. He was 65-year-old Daniel Marais. His wife Maria managed to escape from their farm near Bloemfontein and run three miles with their grandchild…
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EditorialsEssays

THINK you own your car? Think again. How much do we truly “own” of our own lives, anyway? With income taxes, property taxes on homes and property, manipulations and interventions of the markets, the food supply and health care, education and many other areas, we may ultimately own very little. For…
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Essays

by Don Logan THE UNIVERSITY, that quintessentially European institution, was established during the Middle Ages as an expression of European mankind’s quest for knowledge and as a means to lift and refine society to ever higher levels of greatness. When Europeans began to colonize new lands in…
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ReportsVideo

video by Vincent Reynouard (pictured) VINCENT REYNOUARD, born in 1969, is a French historian specializing in the Second World War and more particularly in the tragedy of Oradour-sur-Glane, an urban battle between a German Waffen-SS unit and the French Resistance in 1944 where many civilians died…
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News

Every now and then the anti-White professoriat say what they really mean. In this case, the virulent anti-White hatred of mulatta Grundy (pictured) is only faintly criticized by administrators (who probably share her sentiment) as “indelicate” and lacking “nuance.”
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