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by Andrew Hamilton FOR 250 years Shakespeare has been central to the Western literary canon. No other writer of any land or age has enjoyed popularity and renown on such a colossal and astounding scale.  Shakespeare is considered the greatest of all dramatists. Hundreds of editions of his plays have…
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by Andrew Hamilton IN TERMS OF a serious approach to the Jewish problem, the NS movement in Germany is clearly of primary historical significance. At the highest echelons, perhaps the three most important figures in this regard are Adolf Hitler, Heinrich Himmler, and Joseph Goebbels. These three…
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Ebba Åkerlund, 2005-2017 by Andrew Hamilton IN APRIL 2017 an Uzbek migrant named Rakhmat Akilov drove a hijacked truck into a crowd of pedestrians on Queen Street in central Stockholm, killing five and seriously injuring fourteen others in a terrorist attack. He zigzagged as he drove, deliberately…
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Pauline Esther Friedman, also known as “Abigail Van Buren,” left, and twin sister Esther Pauline Friedman, also known as “Ann Landers” by Andrew Hamilton JEWS EXHIBIT a weird psychology. No matter how “Aryan” some of them may look, their minds are foreign. It is deeply…
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2012 Christian Science Annual Meeting in the Mother Church, Boston by Andrew Hamilton CHRISTIAN SCIENCE (not to be confused with science fiction writer and religious guru L. Ron Hubbard’s Scientology, whose celebrity adherents include Hollywood stars John Travolta, Tom Cruise, and Kirstie…
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Catherine L. Albanese by Andrew Hamilton THIS BOOK’S special contribution to its field (Religious Studies), according to academics’ blurbs on the dust jacket and the author’s own introduction, is its thesis that “metaphysical religion” in American history has been, and remains,…
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A bag of kaolin clay for sale at Sweet Auburn Market in Atlanta An item that could have been included in Mondo Cane by Andrew Hamilton IT RECENTLY came to my attention that a number of young Black women have unusual eating habits. The first weird “food” item I came across was cornstarch. (When cornstarch…
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by Adolf Hitler Introductory Note: In this extract from Mein Kampf Hitler grapples with tough problems that still challenge us. Why does the White multitude adhere to Left-wing views and policies designed to physically exterminate it? Given this pervasive Leftism, how can more than an insignificant…
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Algernon Blackwood by Andrew Hamilton THE NOVELS and stories of English weird fiction writer Algernon Blackwood display racial consciousness. His two best-known works are the novellas “The Willows” (1907) and the “The Wendigo” (1910). There is a decidedly Hemingwayesque quality—…
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by Andrew Hamilton I’M NOT AN EAGER consumer of pop culture — rock music, television, video games, sports. My disinterest is natural, not something I work at. Pop culture just doesn’t “speak” to me.  I’ve probably seen more movies than anything else, because I became an old-movie…
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