Rosemary W. Pennington
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Rosemary W. Pennington

When you reach sentience, you realize that nothing in your life compares with the goal of bringing others to sentience too.

News

Universities around the country are following suit. TWO MORE Universities in the US are demanding that students enroll on ‘race and ethnicity’ courses, with the Governor of California signing a mandate for the classes into law. California Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law Assembly Bill 1460…
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Essays

by Karl Radl WITH THE final destruction of the farce of the Capital Hill Autonomous Zone (CHAZ), at the hands of a small force comprised of armed US policemen, that was more a squatter eviction than a battle; we are forced to wonder about the future of such attempts to create autonomous zones within existing…
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Fiction

by Lord Dunsany THEY BUILT their gorgeous home, their city of glory, above the lair of the earthquake. They built it of marble and gold in the shining youth of the world. There they feasted and fought and called their city immortal, and danced and sang songs to the gods. None heeded the earthquake in all…
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Interviews

An interview with Liv of WhiteDate.Net Q: Who are you? — tell us a little bit about yourself, your life, and your team if you have one. A: I am a German gen-x woman, a farmer’s daughter, a musician who studied business, an introvert fascinated by the abstract, a recent, therefore late, but…
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News

While America and Europe are yoked to insane Jewish “wokeness” and Afromania, and are busy exterminating their founding race, China is serious about power, wealth, and racial-national survival. They will be merciless. THE LISTING OF the world’s biggest companies saw 133 Chinese…
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Poetry

by Ray W. JOHANN Wolfgang von Goethe devoted half the Eighteenth Century
To a whole new approach to reality —
Nature is alive, not a bloodless mechanical toy
Or a bland, empty black void. Sinnlich-sittlich was this thinking man’s dual expression
To suggest outward form linked to inner…
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Classic Essays

by Francis Parker Yockey THE EARLY AMERICAN arrived at a land of which he knew nothing. He did not know its geography, its fertility, its climate, its dangers. In the North, he encountered forests, rocky soil, and winters of a rigor he had not known before. In the South, he met with swamps, malaria, and…
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News

AFTER DECADES of monopolizing nearly every form of mass communication, the Jewish-run left (and the Jewish-run Kosher right) found its information cartel under siege with the new freedoms enabled by the free-wheeling Internet. Voices previously blacklisted from the mainstream could now…
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News

The ADL headquarters building in New York City, one of many such ADL offices around the country. Clearly, this Jewish group is in desperate need of public money to help fund the wonderful and absolutely vital services they unselfishly provide to the people of the United States. But, guess what? “It’s
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Essays

by Karl Radl BRAM Stoker’s 1897 novel Dracula is extremely well-known and was the catalyst for the popularization and mass marketing of the myths and legends associated with vampirism. (1) It is commonly believed that Stoker took his inspiration for his Count Dracula from Romania and more particularly…
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