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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce WHEN I PREDICTED in my broadcast two weeks ago that George Bush soon would drag the United States into another war at the behest of the Jews, I really didn’t expect him to move so quickly. Of course, it’s still pretty much a one-sided war: we drop bombs on the Iraqis and…
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by a German-American THE YEAR, 1945. The place, the jailhouse in Washington, D.C. Why I was there cannot easily be explained in just a few sentences. Along with many others I had been indicted in the notorious World War II sedition trial. History buffs should study this American travesty of justice.…
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IN 1622 fifty-eight White settlers, all from England, were massacred by Indians about ten miles north of Jamestown, which had been founded by Captain John Smith fifteen years earlier. It was what the old records called a “fatal Friday morning.” It was only one of several attacks that day.…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce I AM PLEASED to see that the public reaction to Bill Clinton’s last-minute pardons of so many Jewish criminals is continuing to snowball. How can even the dullest lemmings fail to notice that the two cases making the most headlines are, first, the case of Marc Rich and his…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce (2001) AS WE ALL KNOW, there was an earthquake in Seattle on Wednesday morning last week. The news media have covered all the aspects of that earthquake pretty thoroughly. Some of us undoubtedly also are aware that there was a riot in downtown Seattle just a few hours before the…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Below is an excerpt from the essay “History and Biology” by the great Revilo P. Oliver. The piece (parentheses added to make Seidenberg’s origins clear) reminds us of the idea that the opposite of life is not death, but “un-deadness” or a zombie-like existence. IN THIS PERFECTED…
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In Stahl gehüllt
vom Strahl umwittert
die Schar, die Reich um Reich zerbrach
sie treten auf,
die Erde schüttert
sie schreiten fort, es donnert nach! (Goethe, Faust) IN JULY 1969, the US landed two men on the Moon — perhaps the supreme achievement of human history. Yet its actual significance has…
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Classic EssaysJohn Young

Both systems view man and society as purely economic entities; both crush the human spirit, both lead to enslavement and destruction of culture, nation, and race.  by John Young MOST AMERICANS have grown up under the erroneous assumption that capitalism and communism are polar opposites, because…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce TODAY let’s begin by talking about individualism and individualists. I’m using those words in a special sense. In this broadcast, when I say “individualist” I mean a person who habitually fails to consider or to give proper weight to the group context in which he belongs when…
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Classic EssaysNeil Camberly

Japanese filmmakers honestly portray situation affecting White farmers of South Africa and Zimbabwe — but important film is nowhere to be found online or for sale anywhere.  by Neil Camberly I SAT IN on my girlfriend’s class about a decade ago, watching an excellent video account of the…
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