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

by Veiko Hessler SINCE THE END of the Second World War Europe has operated on an unspoken consensus. The genie of nationalism that proved itself to be “too dangerous for the world” has been put back in its bottle, and in its place independent states have willingly relinquished their sovereignty…
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News

BRITAIN, Germany and the United States advanced plans this week to spearhead a new NATO force on Russia’s border from next year, and Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered snap checks on combat readiness across his armed forces in case of hostile actions against Russia. (ILLUSTRATION: NATO/US…
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EssaysH. Millard

by H. Millard BEN KLASSEN had it right when he said that having White children is the most important thing we can do in our lives. Many of us have written and said the same thing. However, Mr. Klassen links having White children to traditional marriage. I do not. I see having White children as the increasing…
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EssaysGuest opinionNews

NOTE by Chris Rossetti: Just as Jews tend to remake the societies they invade into mirrors of the multiracial, multicultural cesspools in which they evolved, they also instinctively attempt to mold their host societies to match the high levels of sex perversion naturally present among Jews. Jews…
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Essays

by John Calhoun BEING A racial-nationalist in this time of mass herd-conformity is a tall order. It takes strength, wisdom, wit, and intelligence. The Man of his Race must be able to know what is good for him and his race and what he must know what is bad; drawing sharp distinctions between the two and accepting…
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Essays

Some wear the color of the sky in the winter
Some were as blue as the night
They came like a storm with the light of the morn
And they fell through the whole day and night Colors flew high and they danced in the sky
As I watched them come over the hill
Then to my wonder, sticks that made thunder
Such a great number
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Essays

by John Calhoun COOKING SHOWS have really hit their stride in the past few years. It seems like just about anyone possessing the ability to wield a spatula with any amount of grace and determination can have some time in front of the camera — such is the demand. There are programs that show the viewer, step-by-step,…
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Classic Essays

A selected reading from Savitri Devi’s The Lightning and the Sun. by Savitri Devi (pictured) NATIONAL SOCIALISM refused every compromise with the spirit of the faiths “in Time.” That is the reason why it did not — could not — triumph, materially, now. That is, however, the reason…
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News

by John I. Johnson I’VE JUST seen this story, and haven’t examined how the Establishment is spinning it. Apparently it originated with a couple of (presumably) Jewish journalists on the website Gawker. One would have to watch how the story develops. An early summary of it yesterday…
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Essays

by John Calhoun THE MAN of his Race is engaged in never-ending conflict on many different fronts. From the fires of conflict and self-overcoming, the will is purified and forged into iron. All impurities, weaknesses, and other dross are incinerated in the process of forging this iron will. With this…
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