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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

The threats to American songbirds dramatically illustrate the dire plight of European-Americans. by Kevin Alfred Strom ONE OF MY small pleasures in life is bird watching, which gives me some peace in this world of constant conflict. Over the years, I have discovered that there is a great deal to be learned…
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by John Nobull JOHN MURRAY CUDDIHY’S STUDY of the ‘Ordeal of Civility‘ endured by Jews in a Gentile society highlights, by implication, a considerable weakness in ourselves. The fact is that our tendency to be civil has been systematically exploited to the point where it opens…
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by Josiah Nott MODERN ART IS not really art at all, but Jewish self-promotion and degeneracy. So, though Jews are not heavily represented in true art, they are in fact very much over-represented in so-called modern art — in fact, they were and are the dominant force in it. (ILLUSTRATION: Top, Water
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Classic EssaysFiction

by Dean Darcy HE WALKS out. The dog is asleep on the porch, the cows are in the moo yard, and the horse is in the stable. The truck clears its throat, coughs, then starts. The moon comes from behind a cloud to tag along for another late night ride to nowhere. He drives around late at night, trying to see things…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce (pictured)
Dr. Pierce’s Banquet Address AS THIS SECOND General Convention of the National Alliance comes to a close, we have before us a prospect which is a great deal brighter than the one we had at last year’s convention. That is because the Alliance has finally begun to…
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Classic EssaysFiction

by Cholly Bilderberger SUTTER LANG’S life is not all Sturm und Drang. He also spends considerable time in solitary reflection, and, on occasion, shares his thoughts. For instance, only last week he said to me, “I have been working on a solution to the entire racial problem.” “Tell…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

The inventor of television, Philo Farnsworth (pictured here with his beloved wife and collaborator Elma), is little known today, mainly because of his opposition to the machinations of Jewish mogul David Sarnoff. by Melanie M. Carroll and Kevin Alfred Strom AS WE MARK the end of analogue television…
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One endlessly hears of the looting of art during wartime — but strangely, one almost never hears of the looting of German art that took place after World War 2. WHEN THE EXHIBIT, “German Masters of the Nineteenth Century,” opened at the New York Metropolitan Museum, it was significant…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Maggie Thatcher (pictured), Britain’s 80s version of Sarah Palin, and the hidden agenda behind the warmongers by Revilo P. Oliver THE CURRENT issue of News of the New World (Honeydew, South Africa) contains an excerpt from the issue of Special Office Brief for 20 June 1985. It is a clear statement…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

by Kevin Alfred Strom CRAZY PEOPLE say some really funny things, if you like absurd humor. A crazy person may believe that locomotives are actually made out of marshmallows. Or he may think that the only reason we can’t drink bleach without harmful effects is because we haven’t prayed to…
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