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by Douglas Mercer IN 1907 Indiana passed the first sterilization law in the world, aimed at culling the unfit from the gene pool; within two decades a total of 33 states had followed suit. Unlikely allies Margaret Sanger and Madison Grant worked together to lower the birth rate of non-Whites. Woodrow…
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by Douglas Mercer ROUGHLY SPEAKING, in the first third of the 20th century, elites all over the White world began to realize that White mastery of the world was not an a given, eternal thing — began to realize that it needed to be won again. So they waged war, first with the pen and then with applied…
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In Amazon’s latest “gothic” thriller film, Them: Covenant, this is one of the main monsters. And you know what heroes must do to monsters. by Douglas Mercer “…hereafter no part of said property or any portion thereof shall be… occupied by any person not of the Caucasian race, it being…
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Trump and his nominee Gorsuch by Douglas Mercer WHEN, IN 1987, Ronald Reagan nominated Judge Robert Bork to be on the Supreme Court, famously bad driver Edward “Teddy” Kennedy sounded the fire bell in the night: Robert Bork’s America is a land in which women would be forced into back‐​alley…
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Kristi Noem at the “Monster Energy Team Challenge,” 11 July 2020 by Douglas Mercer KRISTI Noem is that patriotic lady that MAGA-boomers love to love; she’s smoking hot and unlike that other snowbound populist beauty, Sarah Palin, from time to time she can put a word or two together…
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by Douglas Mercer WHEN HE wasn’t catering to Wall Street, the military-industrial complex, Jews, Blacks, and other assorted racial enemies of White people, Donald Trump would occasionally rip off a good line. An example of such is when rancid jungle trollop Meghan Markle and her subservient…
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by Douglas Mercer ONE OF THE great ironies is that in the 1920s when Jews were discriminated against by the Ivy League schools, they cried out sharply in pain. It was another Shoah, they said; and the Shoah hadn’t even happened yet. Not that it ever did. But now Jews lead the charge to discriminate…
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Nixon and Moynihan by Douglas Mercer IN 1970 Daniel Moynihan told Richard Nixon that there was no evidence whatsoever that the amount of money spent on education had any effect at all on the performance of students. No data has emerged in the past half century to refute this claim. And yet the education…
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by Douglas Mercer DURING HIS tenure as US Attorney General, Jeff Sessions was speaking to an assembly of sheriffs and said that the office of the sheriff is a critical part of our Anglo-American heritage. No sooner were these commendable words spoken than all Hell broke loose. I’m pretty sure…
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by Douglas Mercer WHEN Bobby Fischer took the chess world by storm he was universally hailed as a genius. When he called out the Jews as criminals who had taken over the United States in their bid for world domination he suddenly became “deranged” and “pathological.” That’s…
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