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“Hold up . . . are you talking sh** about Amurrica, dude? by Blake Hood IS IT Volkish to criticize our own working class? Yes, because we do it with the desire to see them be stronger and better than they are now. We know they have the potential to become Volkish and live good, fulfilling lives once again.…
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Friedrich Hayek by John I. Johnson AUSTRIAN-BORN philosopher and economist Friedrich August von Hayek (1899-1992) is well-known as an intellectual advocate of free markets. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics in 1974. Hayek’s best-known work is The Road to Serfdom, a dissent from socialism…
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by Max Musson THE WAY FORWARD for British nationalism in the 21st Century is for us to begin acting as “nation-builders” and pioneers rather than politicians. Ours must be an organic and social movement for the foreseeable future and not a primarily political movement. Nationalist electioneers,…
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by Hadding Scott IT HAS BEEN amazing to see how much Dinesh D’Souza gets away with. I have yet to see any of his movies, but I have his books, and I’ve listened to interviews and watched his speeches. Nobody seems to come to D’Souza’s presentations prepared, and that’s…
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The FBI has always been a tool of political suppression. WHEN THE FBI came out with a report on Hillary Clinton weeks before the 2016 election, Democrats were livid. But so were Republicans… The report said that even though she had committed a crime by negligently using a personal computer for…
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by John I. Johnson ALTHOUGH THE CREATOR of When Victims Rule received little or no support and eventually shuttered the project, this book — possibly the longest ever written about Jews — remains of great value and has been archived and mirrored again and again over the years. This…
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“Eliot Janeway” by John I. Johnson ELIOT JANEWAY, who will be remembered by older National Vanguard readers as an unavoidable face and name on network television, the slick magazines, and even luxury goods advertisements 35 years ago, began his career as an “economic commentator”…
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by David Sims DURING THE EARLY years of the Soviet Union, a People’s Commissar for Justice (similar to an Attorney General) named Nikolai Krylenko—who, oddly enough, wasn’t Jewish—met with someone accused of a crime, Mikhail Yakubovich. Speaking to Yakubovich, Krylenko said:…
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Promotional graphic used for D’Souzas’s latest film, Death of a Nation And why it failed. by Hadding Scott SOME ANTI-TRUMP pundits are inferring that the initially poor box-office performance of Dinesh D’Souza’s current movie Death of a Nation reflects a decline in…
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by William Ventvogel I WAS LOOKING for antique buildings and infrastructure: canals, railroads, bridges, ruins of the age of horse and steam and before. There were plenty, but unfortunately I lacked enough time to pursue what I wanted. So I pushed on for the mountains, content to read the iron plaques…
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