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by Douglas Mercer F. SCOTT Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby holds the honorable distinction of being the only book published prior to 1945 that contains the words “swastika” and “holocaust.” But that’s the least of it. Was F. Scott Fitzgerald a “racist”? Cover of the first edition…
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by Douglas Mercer “ANTI-RACISM” has become a kind of mass hysteria or a moral panic. “Liberal” Whites are like monks of the olden days who self-flagellated or put on hair shirts. For them, “anti-racism” is not a way to solve a social problem but a means to rid themselves…
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by Douglas Mercer SOMETIME IN the 1960s legal scholars on the left began to detect vague penumbras and emanations in the US Constitution, the existence of which no one before had ever suspected. Out of these spectral openings emerged new unheard-of rights: the right to contraception, the right to an…
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Lyndon Johnson signing America’s death warrant, the Immigration Act of 1965 by Douglas Mercer AMERICA, WITH its “making the world safe for,” its “rugged individualism,” its utopianism, its paper creation, its “shining city on a hill,” its “dedicated…
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A scene from the upcoming HBO miniseries by Douglas Mercer JEWS ARE quite cunning when it comes to throwing dust in the White man’s eyes. They accuse White people of doing exactly what they are doing. There is no better example of this than the upcoming HBO miniseries The Plot Against America (March 16,…
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David Frum by Douglas Mercer TUCKER CARLSON said he didn’t care about Ukraine, that if it came to it he’d root for Russia. And so he let slip the dogs of war. The American establishment lost its collective mind. Jewish David Frum had already said that Carlson’s nationalism did not…
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