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by Douglas Mercer WHAT WE here in America call multiculturalism the French call “vivre ensemble” — or “living together.” If that sounds like a euphemism to cover up a genocide it’s because it is. As Renaud Camus dryly notes, “Between living together and living one must choose.” And so one must.…
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They’re hungry. So they feed. by Douglas Mercer NAPOLEON famously lamented that “the Jews are like locusts and they eat my France!” Brave last words. This man of battle once tried to solve the Jewish Question and got hoodwinked by the rabbis. Earlier, in 1799, Napoleon dreamed of marching into…
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by Douglas Mercer RECENTLY THERE has emerged a group of self-described White nationalists who bill themselves as “The Five Percent.” These five percenters note that people who identify as White nationalists or who are sympathetic to White nationalist ideas comprise five percent of…
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by Douglas Mercer TUESDAY MORNING showed polls were looking good for Biden, better even than for Hillary — and there was no way she could lose. Blue confidence was riding high. Orange Hitler was toast. But by early evening things began to go strangely wrong. Trump was rising. Barring the unforeseen,…
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by Douglas Mercer COMING UPON Hitler’s account of his awakening to the Jewish Question is astonishingly like reading the best and most eloquent dissident right Twitter accounts today; it’s startling how many of the same themes are adumbrated, the same patterns seen, the same ideas expressed, the…
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by Douglas Mercer WHEN HE learned that the Allies planned to put the defeated Germans on trial in Nuremberg, General George Patton was outraged. He said that the whole notion of such a trial was dishonorable, that it offended his Saxon sense of fair play. It was meant to. And for the Jews who ran the show…
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The House I Live In, a production of alien Jews dressed up in the culture of the Old America, plays skilfully on the sentiments and emotions of the White Americans who were its intended audience. Unlike most Italian-Americans, its star Frank Sinatra was a lifelong “anti-racist” who refused…
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Marketed mainly to American Christians, this incredibly crude Trump “Temple Coin” celebrating the current President’s subservience to Israel on the 100th anniversary of the Balfour Declaration, says it all about what America has become. by Douglas Mercer “In America the Jews…
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This painting, part of a series titled Children of the Holodomor, depicts starving White children and a mother sitting outside of their house up against the wall next to the door. Both children are emaciated, and the mother’s legs have begun to swell from the starvation. To the left is a young boy…
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George Patton by Douglas Mercer FOR GERMANY in 1945 international terror blew in from the East and it blew in from the West. No one who then saw the grim visage of the Beast would ever again be mollified by the platitudes of the years ahead: liberty, equality, democracy, the brotherhood of man, human rights.…
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