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.

Essays

Mithra in a typical representation, shown slaying the sacred bull from whose body came all the good things of earth. by Mark Weber DURING THE first two centuries of the Christian era, two competing religions that shared many similarities flourished in the Greco-Roman world: Christianity and Mithraism.…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims HALF-JEWISH feminist Goria Steinem says (domestic) “violence” occurs in direct proportion to differences in gender roles. However, that isn’t true. The most voiced complaint about “transgenders” (other than, perhaps, who may go to which restroom)…
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Classic Essays

The Iron Chancellor, the man who created modern Germany, acted imprudently where Jews were concerned. by Alfred Rosenberg
translated by Hadding Scott THE BIRTHDAY of the Iron Chancellor was reverently observed in all parts of Germany even in 1921. Now that his work lies in heaps of rubble, having been…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce IT’S INTERESTING watching the government and the news media working together to condition the public to support a war against Iraq. This week’s issue of Time magazine — that’s the May 13 issue — has a painting of Saddam Hussein on the cover in…
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News

PERHAPS NEVER in American history has there been such an utter disconnect between the words of the President and the policies pursued by his administration. President Donald Trump appears to have almost no control or awareness over what the American government does. Hungary’s Viktor Orbá…
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News

THE NEW York attorney general’s office said Friday that it had tracked about $1 billion in wire transfers by the [Jewish] Sackler family, including through Swiss bank accounts, suggesting that the family tried to shield wealth as it faced a raft of litigation over its role in the opioid crisis. Earlier…
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News

PROCREATE or face extinction: that is the message from central European leaders to their shrinking populations, as across the region right-wing governments implement so-called “family first” policies to incentivise childbearing. Hungary’s government is holding an international summit on…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce I’VE JUST FINISHED watching the television news showing the latest round of bloodletting between Jews and Palestinians in the Middle East. It’s certainly good to see that the Palestinians finally have learned how to improve the kill ratio. For a long time it seemed…
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Essays

by David Sims LET ME address myself to the police officers of San Francisco. I saw on one of Stefan Molyneux’s videos the meeting between officers in your department and members of the public on the subject of personal safety versus criminals. Some of the advice I heard seemed unsound. In particular,…
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Essays

by Tanstaafl AFTER YEARS of indifference The Jew York Times now disingenuously asks, Who Protected Jeffrey Epstein?: At first glance, the Epstein saga looks like another example of how justice is not, in fact, blind — of how it tilts toward the powerful at the expense of the vulnerable. Mr. Epstein,…
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