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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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She may become the oldest female inmate in the world. JUST WEEKS after finishing a two and a half year prison sentence for “Holocaust denial,” 92-year-old Ursula Haverbeck has been convicted again by German courts for “Holocaust denial”. If the federal court’s…
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IN A SORT of distributed Ouija board enterprise, intellectuals these days predict the likely evolution of relations between China and America. These “authorities” do not wallow in consistency. China will take over the world. Alternatively, China will collapse because of a surfeit…
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Pompeo (center) and friends by John Randolph SECRETARY of State Mike Pompeo recently rode into the Israeli Settlements, drank some wine, and let everyone know where his bread is buttered. Trump appointee Pompeo has been insistent that “anti-Zionism is anti-Semitism,” something I’m…
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Arthur Topham AS THE result of political pressure brought to bear by B’nai Brith — an international Jewish supremacist group — Arthur Topham, a Canadian dissident who was convicted of an online ‘hate crime,’ now faces strict new “probationary rules” on his public expression concerning…
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Clown world religion IF WE’RE going to have a future, we need to restore a healthy spirituality in our race to replace the Jew-promoted “who cares, you’ll be dead soon” message of hopeless nihilism emanating from every quarter in our rotting country. It could be argued that…
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Could this be some kind of allegory? ON THE NIGHT of this month’s election the farce of kosher democracy died in the darkness. With the phony tough guy clearly winning, it was decided that the counting process must stop and then, in a miracle on par with the loaves and the fishes, thousands of votes…
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Essays

ELEVEN YEARS ago (dear God — can it really be that long?) I wrote that Portland, Oregon had been designated America’s ‘most European’ city. Presumably this was because “it’s got loads of pedestrian areas, trams, bike lanes, cobbled streets, is environmentally friendly, has lots…
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Essays

by Douglas Mercer WHAT WE here in America call multiculturalism the French call “vivre ensemble” — or “living together.” If that sounds like a euphemism to cover up a genocide it’s because it is. As Renaud Camus dryly notes, “Between living together and living one must choose.” And so one must.…
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A SPECIAL ROLE in the early days of the National Socialist movement was played by the poet and dramatist Dietrich Eckart, who came from Neumarkt in der Oberpfalz. He joined the Deutsche Arbeiter Partei in the summer of 1919. The pinnacle of his philosophical work was the German translation of Henrik…
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David SimsEssays

Yeah, right. Better make that $10,000 — for the first day. by David Sims THE GENERAL public will be taxed out of a trillion dollars before an anti-aging treatment that actually works is developed. Then the price set for getting that treatment will be so high that only the rich will be able to afford…
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