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Classic Essays

Classic Essays

Both capitalism and Communism declare that the value and meaning of human life are found in material things, in money, and in economic “progress.” We believe differently. IT WOULD BE the saddest sign of decay of a period if the impetus to a higher spiritual achievement lay only in the increased…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

Oren Segal, director of the Anti-Defamation League’s “Center on Extremism” by Dr. William L. Pierce (2002) LAST WEEK I mentioned that a record company I own, Resistance Records, was attacked in an hour-long special TV program on one of Sumner Redstone’s music television channels,…
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by William Gayley Simpson WE TURN now to study the claims of the French revolutionists. These claims they undertook so to establish on abstract, innate, imprescriptible right that the zealot minds that follow them are rendered nearly impervious to evidence that their theories have failed in practice…
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by Henry Ford
and the staff of the Dearborn Independent THE METHOD BY which the Protocols work for the breakdown of society should now be fairly evident to readers of these articles. An understanding of the method is necessary if one is to find the meaning of the currents and cross-currents which make…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce LET’S TALK ABOUT the mass media again today. Specifically, let’s discuss the consequences of the Jewish control of the media, the sort of thing that Billy Graham and Richard Nixon saw taking America “down the drain” 30 years ago. I raise this subject…
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by William Gayley Simpson THERE ARE TWO items in the record that might give the critic pause. One of these is the success of the United States. The other is French Revolutionary theory, which for the first time undertook to place its claims above the reach of any record and to found them on natural, inborn,…
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by Henry Ford
and the staff of the Dearborn Independent “Upon completing this program of our present and future actions, I will read to you the principles of these theories.”—Protocol 16.“In all that I have discussed with you hitherto, I have endeavored to indicate carefully the secrets of past and…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce YOU KNOW, I think that the word “patriotism” has a different meaning today than it did when I was growing up. It used to mean a love of one’s native land and one’s people: one’s fatherland, according to the etymology of the word. The fatherland…
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by William Gayley Simpson LET US BEGIN by looking at democracy’s record. The examples most commonly and confidently adduced are those of ancient Greece, and modern England, France, and the United States. Yet the record need not detain us very long. In the case of Greece, it may be questioned whether…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Washington, DC in 1945, the year Revilo Oliver left his secret work for the War Department and returned to his home in Illinois by Revilo P. Oliver WHEN THE WESTBOUND Capitol Limited ran through Silver Spring in the autumn of 1945, my wife insists that there was a visible change in my countenance and some…
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