Chris Rossetti
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Chris Rossetti

Born in Providence, now living in the countryside with my devoted (and racially conscious) wife and five children near the giant running sore that they still call Baltimore, Maryland. We will never give up. And we will win.

Douglas MercerEssaysGuest opinion

Current DC Mayor Muriel Bowser speaks during the “Statue Dedication and Commemoration of Mayor Marion Barry” on March 3, 2018. by Douglas Mercer IN THE television series The Man in the High Castle the Germans complete their conquest of the eastern half of North America by dropping a Heisenberg…
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Guest opinionNews

The facial expression of the lone young White sums it all up. WE LIVE in a chaotic world, but there are still many events that occur with clockwork regularity, giving us a sense of continuity and comfort even with the sky falling from a deadly “pandemic” and Whites officially becoming the…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims THE CONTROLLED media in the United States lie a lot, and one of the subjects upon which they lie frequently is the racial breakdown of people who subsist on public assistance programs, which are run by the government and which are subsidized by taxing the earnings of working citizens. Here…
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News

THE LAW enforcement arm of the US Postal Service has been quietly running a program that tracks and collects Americans’ social media posts, including those about planned protests, according to a document obtained by Yahoo News. The details of the surveillance effort, known as iCOP, or Internet Covert…
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Douglas MercerEssays

by Douglas Mercer IN 1907 Indiana passed the first sterilization law in the world, aimed at culling the unfit from the gene pool; within two decades a total of 33 states had followed suit. Unlikely allies Margaret Sanger and Madison Grant worked together to lower the birth rate of non-Whites. Woodrow…
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Douglas MercerEssays

by Douglas Mercer ROUGHLY SPEAKING, in the first third of the 20th century, elites all over the White world began to realize that White mastery of the world was not an a given, eternal thing — began to realize that it needed to be won again. So they waged war, first with the pen and then with applied…
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CommentaryDouglas MercerEssays

Trump and his nominee Gorsuch by Douglas Mercer WHEN, IN 1987, Ronald Reagan nominated Judge Robert Bork to be on the Supreme Court, famously bad driver Edward “Teddy” Kennedy sounded the fire bell in the night: Robert Bork’s America is a land in which women would be forced into back‐​alley…
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Essays

SINCE “GAY” marriage was legalized in 2015, the American public has seen that the slippery slope which brings us to trannies in girls locker rooms and troubled children given hormone blockers is real. And Americans aren’t too happy about it: Jewess Alyssa Rosenberg lamented in the …
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Essays

by Karl Gunther WHEN SOMEONE says that something is “academic” they mean it is moot — it is irrelevant, it no longer matters. That’s because these heads-in-the-clouds ivory-tower types come up with theories that are either wildly divergent from reality, or that show an…
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News

LUCIA Whalen Bremer, a 13-year-old girl described by those who knew her as “brave, hardworking, and kind to everyone,” was shot dead while walking in a Virginia suburb on Friday by a Black suspect — who may get off easy and have his identity hidden forever, because he’s a “juvenile” — and…
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