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.

Essays

Originally entitled “From the Oak Tree to Certain Victory” by Wilhelm Steckelings from Nazi Culture by George Mosse (1966) CAN YOU SEE the Oak tree over there atop the bald hill? Proudly the strong trunk carries the mighty crown. Centuries have passed over it. Legend tells us that the Swedes, as early…
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Screen shot of the IHR ad on the Yale Daily News website A BANNER DISPLAY AD of the Institute for Historical Review is appearing on the website of the Yale Daily News, the student newspaper of Yale University. The public service advertisement began appearing this morning, and is set to remain in place…
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Essays

1 THE WHITE RACE today is a lost and forgotten city: overgrown by wild weeds and ivy vines. The stone walls of our city, nearly unrecognizable, are covered by moss and mold, and are filled with many cracks. 

Tall trees with wild and untamed branches shroud over ancient castles and temples, casting a shadow…
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David SimsEssays

Liberace by David Sims WŁADZIU VALENTINO LIBERACE, a pianist who commonly was called by his last name only, was a homosexual who died of AIDS complicated by pneumonia in 1987. Two of his male sexual partners, Cary James Wyman and Chris Adler, were also infected with HIV, with Adler accusing Liberace…
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Essays

by Hadding Scott OLIVER STONE is a half-Jew film-director who showed very clearly with his Untold History of the United States, which he wrote and narrated for HBO in 2012, that he is very partial to the Soviet Union and Marxists in general. There is an obvious emphasis in his history on what he understands…
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Migrating shorebirds at Kimbles Beach, N.J. Researchers estimate that the population of North American shorebirds alone has fallen by more than a third since 1970. OVER THE PAST half-century, North America has lost more than a quarter of its entire bird population, or around 3 billion birds. That’s…
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AN UPCOMING science and technology symposium slated to take place at Massachusetts-based liberal arts university Williams College will showcase “new” voices in the field — but only from non-Whites, and has specifically excluded White people from participating. According to a report in The College
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EssaysH. Millard

by H. Millard “DON’T you know that there are good people of all races?”  Yes, of course we know this.  However, even saying that is a distraction from what some of us believe and is a red herring. At any rate it is not our responsibility to sort them out. In the long run, there is nothing…
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ON SEPTEMBER 5, Democratic donor and American Jewish Congress president Jack Rosen held a fundraiser for Joe Biden at his Manhattan home. Rosen is known for being an adamant supporter of Israel and a critic of the 2015 Iran Nuclear Deal. In an interview with Jewish Insider’s Jacob Kornbluh, Rosen…
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Larry Silverstein AS THE 18th anniversary of 9/11 approached, the arrest and alleged suicide of Jeffrey Epstein made headlines — and raised questions about the credibility of official narratives. As Eric Rasmusen writes: “Everybody, it seems, in New York society knew by 2000 that Jeffrey Epstein…
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