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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce I LOVE TO READ my hate mail. The shriller it gets, the better I feel, because shrillness is a sign of fear and lack of confidence on the part of the haters. These days my hate mail is pretty shrill. And that’s understandable in view of the events of the past couple of months. There’s…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce LAST SATURDAY George Bush addressed the United Nations General Assembly, urging all of the member nations to join the United States in bringing pressure to bear against countries that sponsor terrorism or harbor terrorists. He did it in his standard mock-serious way, barely…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

U.S.S. LIBERTY after the Israeli attack: The survivors counted 821 holes in the hull and superstructure of the riddled ship. by Dr. William L. Pierce THE loss of honor attendant on the utterly shameful behavior of America’s leaders in the wake of Israel’s attempt to sink the U.S.S. Liberty
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce GEORGE BUSH had his wife on television last Saturday drumming up public support for his war. The basic theme of her message was that the Taliban — and fundamentalist Muslims generally — don’t treat their women the way Politically Correct Americans believe…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Mme. Z. Ragosin Introduction by Revilo P. Oliver: A CENTURY AGO, the Americans still had a country of their own, although they were admitting in droves the cunning enemies who were going to take it from them. They still had an educational system, as distinct from a machine to inculcate Marxist…
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AudioClassic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

A classic essay by Kevin Alfred Strom; Americans should never again be asked to die in wars fought against our own interests. by Kevin Alfred Strom I THINK THAT MOST Americans have forgotten what Memorial Day is all about. It is now usually thought of as “Memorial Day Weekend,” and like so…
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by Allan Callahan SOME SIX DECADES or so ago there was a rash of flagpole-sitting going on in the U.S. Some of the best known sitters were “Shipwreck” Kelly, who sat atop a flagpole for 12 days; “Spider” Harness, who perched for 16 days; and Miss Bobby Mick, who stayed aloft for nearly three weeks. These…
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The following is an excerpt from Der Deutsche Staat auf nationaler und sozialer Grundlage (The German State on a National and Social Basis), by Gottfried Feder, originally written in 1923, 17th edition, Munich, 1933. Translation of excerpt 1982, by F.B., Australia. by Gottfried Feder “WHEN THE STATE…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

William Luther Pierce in 1969 by Dr. William L. Pierce FOR 35 years, I have devoted nearly all my waking hours to an effort to inform and inspire White Americans and other Europeans around the world. I began in 1966 by publishing and distributing leaflets and pamphlets and tabloid newspapers in Washington.…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce SOME NOVELS are worth reading just because they’re entertaining or exciting. Others are worth reading because we can learn something worthwhile from them. Occasionally, a novel may even be prophetic: we can learn something about the future from reading it. It is a rare…
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