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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

Today is the twentieth anniversary of 9/11/2001. It is also is the late Dr. William Luther Pierce’s 88th birthday. Dr. Pierce would approve of our attribution of meaning to that number, 88. Of the two anniversaries, it is the second which has by far the greater significance for our future. Today
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce NO PEOPLE is morally and spiritually healthy unless it is imbued with a strong sense of its own identity. Essential to that sense of identity are an awareness and an understanding of all the qualities which the members of the people share in common. It is doubly imperative that…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce A BIAS in favor of the Middle East as the “cradle of civilization” has been so strong for so long that it dies hard, even in the face of the rapidly mounting proof that many of the arts of civilization — although not cities themselves — had their origins in Europe rather than in the Middle…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver YOU WILL BE glad to know that the courageous French periodical, Révision, which I mentioned in June (pp. 52-59), continues publication despite constant harassment (1) by the Jews’ governor of France, Mitterand and his gang. I have received the issue for November 1990. Révision
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by René Binet From Théorie du Racisme, 1950, 
Translation by M.M. & Hadding Scott, 2016
BUT IN THE END nobody can permanently oppose the laws of his own race, and all the development of the existing societies is only a long struggle of the biologically healthy forces against the anti-natural rules…
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by Savitri Devi Extracts from Defiance
Edited by R.G. Fowler Defiance, Centennial Edition, p. 61: “My firm conviction. . . is that the highest purpose of life is to forward the growth of a superior humanity, whose role is to rule a healthy world. No means are too ruthless that can bring…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver AMONG THE PESTS that afflict us in summer, and more annoying than flies and mosquitoes, are swarms of addle-pated little zombies, hatched out in the public schools, who squawk as they “demonstrate” against nuclear weapons. It is unlikely the little creatures know…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Indo-European migrations led to present-day linguistic and other influences. by Revilo P. Oliver AS EVERYONE knows, the Japanese are a Mongoloid (Mongolian) nation who differ markedly from others of that race in culture and mentality, and, to some extent, even physically. In The Yellow Peril, I…
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Classic EssaysHadding Scott

by René Binet From Théorie du Racisme, 1950
Translation by M.M. & Hadding Scott, 2016 INDIVIDUALISM and the thirst for loot, which is to say the desire for profits obtained without labor, are the only motive forces of capitalist society. The ethical values ​​of capitalism are founded upon …
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Herman Bernstein One of the lost articles from Henry Ford’s International Jew series. by Henry Ford Herman Bernstein Brings Home a Whopper; Hearst Shoots It Broadcast; A Few Facts Explaining Present Jewish Fears THE judgment of Judah is fast approaching. The set time has…
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