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

“Although I am unborn, everlasting, and I am Lord of all, I come to my realm of Nature and through my wondrous power I am born. When righteousness is weak and faints, and unrighteousness exults in pride, then my Spirit arises on Earth. For the salvation of those who are good, for the destruction of…
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EssaysJohn Massaro

by John Massaro AT PRESENT, eight or nine states have a mask mandate, meaning that by “executive order” as dictated by their stupid tyrant governors, masks must be worn inside all public buildings. Here in New York, it was great to see the vicious punk Andrew Cuomo pack his bags and leave office, but his…
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Essays

The Zeppelin Tribune, Nuremberg, during the Great Days per Oswald Spengler THE ARABIAN (or Semitic) culture, denoted as “Magian.” Its symbol is the cave. It is inward-looking. Architecturally, it is represented by the mosque or synagogue. Interior of the Cave Synagogue in Jerusalem, one of several…
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Essays

YOU CAN’T HELP how you were born, but you can help what you do with your own life. There are many things in life that are, and always will be, out of your control, but your actions will always belong to you, and you alone. People can’t help being born sick or weak due to inherited genetic conditions.…
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News

VLADIMIR PUTIN’S invasion of Ukraine might have fared better if his circle of oligarchic cronies had been just a little less corrupt. Reports tonight that Russia is asking China to supply basic food rations for its invading army indicate that the existing food supplies are woefully inadequate.…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims AMERICA HAS been, since the Great Depression of the 1930s, very adroit in avoiding food shortages. Several predictions of famine have come and gone, and a famine has never happened. That’s good. But, nevertheless, it is possible. One of the wisest of folk sayings is “Better…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims IF YOU WANT TO understand Adolf Hitler’s point of view, the best thing to do is buy a copy of his book, Mein Kampf. Here’s a short summary of Adolf Hitler’s background. Hitler was a corporal in the German Army in World War 1. For a while, Germany was doing very well in that…
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Essays

by Arthur Thief IF YOU ARE READING this, hello! You may call me Art Thief. Normally I prefer a more formal mode of writing, however as this is an introduction I feel a friendlier, more personal tone in the first person voice is apropos. I have been offering commentary on various National Vanguard articles…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims WHY IS IT THAT nearly every question of this kind — i.e., on the nature of morality — quickly accrues more than 100 answers on online forums? Are these questions so easy that anyone at all can answer them? But, okay, I’ll give it a try too. I think that philosophers know as little about ethics,…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce IN OUR LAST TWO broadcasts we have talked about the Jewish trade in White slaves and about why the Jews engage in such activity. Today we’ll expand that discussion to some related subjects. First, however, let me tell you that after last week’s broadcast, just as…
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