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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.

David SimsVideo

by David Sims ON THE night of 6 September 2020, an Antifa member in Portland, Oregon, tried to throw a firebomb at police. But as he threw the Molotov cocktail, the bottle slipped out of his hand, smashed on the street at his feet, and caught his pants on fire. Watch as the amusing consequences unfold. Feel…
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EssaysHadding Scott

The alleged letter, left to right, after digital restoration, during restoration, and as it was supposedly found. The apparent age and peculiar provenance of the document do not suffice to make it credible. by Hadding Scott A FEW years ago, Smithsonian “Smart News” and Deutsche Welle reported that…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Unitarian abolitionist Theodore Parker by Revilo P. Oliver I HAVE frequently mentioned the Puritans with asperity and commented on their baneful influence on our history. It is only fair, therefore, to notice a little periodical, The Pilgrim, published by the Reverend Mr. Louis F. deBoer in Collingswood,…
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Essays

by Hadding Scott Monday through Thursday this week Yad Vashem’s International School for Holocaust Studies has been hosting a conference, attended by about 200 Jewish educators, titled: “The Shoah and Jewish Identity: Challenges in Jewish Education.” (J. Sharon, Jerusalem Post, 28 December…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims IT NOW seems that the Chinese government was partly correct to blame the novel coronavirus on the United States’ military-industrial complex. The earliest work on an artificially altered coronavirus took place in US academic and research institutions, such as Harvard, Emory,…
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News

Joel Greenberg The former Seminole County Tax Collector, Joel Greenberg is facing a slew of charges this month over accusations that he used his position of authority to engage in child sex trafficking. GREENBERG has been under fire since June when he was arrested on federal stalking charges. He allegedly…
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Essays

by Daniel Smith ONE OF the privileges of living in the great state of Tennessee is the overarching reverence for history and for our founding stock. With that spirit in mind, every year I make a point to take a trip out to Cades Cove to put my hands on the roughly hewn logs that sheltered our mountain ancestors.…
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Fiction

by Lord Dunsany IT WAS underground. In that dank cavern down below Belgrave Square the walls were dripping. But what was that to the magician? It was secrecy that he needed, not dryness. There he pondered upon the trend of events, shaped destinies and concocted magical brews. For the last few years the…
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David SimsEssays

…if the Jewish-communist weaponization of Blacks continues much longer. by David Sims
with additions by National Vanguard staff [THE SUN rises, just a few years from now, in a suburb twenty miles outside a burning American city, on what was until recently a high school football field. Shortly…
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Guest opinion

The Jewish “Holocaust” hoax has spawned many sub-hoaxes, such as the one that inspired this image, supposedly depicting German soldiers throwing living Jewish babies into a flaming pit — very similar to the tales popularized by Jewish fraudster Elie Wiesel. An expansion of his
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