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.

Reports

by David Sims WIKIPEDIA IS a useful and generally accurate source of information on mathematics and physics. But it has a distinctly Zionist bias with regard to history and politics, and a leftist bias with regard to race. The following attempted edit of mine failed to even post on Wikipedia’s…
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Essays

by Malcolm P. Shiel MOST SOURCES say that the origin of the Sardinian flag (pictured) is “shrouded in mystery.” In some cases, this claim is an effort to imply that the “mystery” revolves around the meaning of the four Black heads on the flag. That is not so. There is no mystery…
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News

Notice the strawman addition of the Armenians and Ukrainians to disguise the main agenda here. THE Holocaust Denial Speech Restrictions Initiative (#15-0073) is an initiated state statute proposed for the California ballot on November 8, 2016. The measure would prohibit any speech that claims…
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Essays

Let’s fill the Great White Belt with White men, women, and millions of children by John Calhoun THE UNITED STATES is no longer the nation that it was during the first half of the 20th century. In fact, it would be nearly unrecognizable to a time traveler from that time or before. For Whites, having…
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News

HAARETZ reported today that New York Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi (pictured) confirmed earlier this week that “only about 1 million Jews perished in the Holocaust.” But don’t be shocked, the rabbi, a teacher at a yeshiva in New York City is not exactly a history revisionist. He is merely a…
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Classic Essays

by Mike Walsh LITTLE WAS KNOWN of Ukraine’s far right until, in February 2014, an American-backed coup ousted Ukrainian President Yanukovych. The president’s popularity was average for much of Europe. Public protests tend to be non-violent but turn vicious when organised well-funded firebrands…
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Essays

SIGMUND Freud was an insular Jew who moved in Jewish social and professional circles and identified as a Zionist. His differences with dissenting psychoanalytic protégé Carl Jung, furthermore, are inextricable from the racial and ethnic divide separating the two psychological innovators.…
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News

ON December 27, eight people were wounded in a mass stabbing in Anaheim, California. Though the killings were acknowledged to be “gang related,” the media are almost universally failing to mention the race of the attackers. Many talking heads have commented on the fact that “gun…
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Essays

by John Calhoun NESTLED AMONG the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina is a village with an interesting history. This small hamlet is known as Flat Rock due to a local guidepost used by the Native Americans. It is not to the Cherokee that we look for the history of this town, however, but to the important…
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Essays

Three easy-to-understand ways that capitalism literally sucks — sucks unearned money away from the rest of us, that is. by David Sims AMERICANS HAVE gotten used to third-rate grocery goods. They buy supermarket coffee and drink the beverage that they make from it, even though it tastes like…
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