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.

David SimsEssays

Greenwald by David Sims GLENN GREENWALD is an oddity. He’s (biologically) Jewish, and he is a leftist, but he has acted courageously in accordance with principles. He quit a job in the mainstream press when he became disgusted by the way the MSM helped to cover up the dirty, sinister deeds of the…
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Fiction

by Lord Dunsany THE CHILD that played about the terraces and gardens in sight of the Surrey hills never knew that it was he that should come to the Ultimate City, never knew that he should see the Under Pits, the barbicans and the holy minarets of the mightiest city known. I think of him now as a child with a…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver THE EDITOR of Liberty Bell noticed the discrepancy between the spelling of ‘Maranos’ in my quotation from the Jewish encyclopaedia on p.7 of the June issue and the form ‘Marranos’ in my comments and in a quotation from a later Jewish compilation. The distinction…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims JUST IN CASE there are White nationalists who haven’t yet figured it out (and there shouldn’t be many), many of the apparent leaders, spokespersons, and apologists for causes that we support — such as limiting immigration from the Third World — aren’t…
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Essays

by Tobias Langdon “SHE WAS A GENIUS,” says the Guardian. She was a “uniquely gifted artist who should be considered among the all-time greatest painters,” says the BBC. I say, no, she was not. The Italian Baroque painter Artemisia Gentileschi (1593–c.1656) was not a genius, was not uniquely gifted…
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Classic Essays

Tsar Nicholas, infant Olga, Tsaritsa Alexandra by Mark Weber IN THE NIGHT of July 16-17, 1918, a squad of Bolshevik secret police murdered Russia’s last emperor, Tsar Nicholas II, along with his wife, Tsaritsa Alexandra, their 14-year-old son, Tsarevich Alexis, and their four daughters.…
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Essays

Patrick Gageby GEORGE GIBNEY (in the news again) ranks as one of Ireland’s most prolific paedophiles. Which says a lot as in fairness we seem to punch above our weight when it comes to that particular activity. As a swimming coach he was ideally positioned to abuse the children under his control…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver AROUND THE middle of the eighteenth century a Puritan holy man named Eleazer Wheelock set out to bring his gospel to the Indians in the yet unsettled parts of New Hampshire and Vermont. His undertaking was not the mischievous meddling that is the usual occupation of missionaries.…
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News

HELLO, SLAVES. Are you ready for another “lockdown?” This is an expression formerly reserved for our prisons (putting a Negro in a cage for awhile will fix it) but now applied to you, the free-range criminal guilty of being White and not dead. It’s very important that we “hunker…
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News

 Government thugs arrest Nikos Michaloliakos in the name of “democracy.” Multiple European Union states are breaking with post-war liberal conventions and openly imprisoning prominent political opponents and intellectuals for ideological crimes. THE TACTIC being used…
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