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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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Derek Chauvin and his non-White ex-wife Kellie, who filed for divorce within hours of Chauvin’s being charged. When even the controlled media discuss, as WOR radio did on Monday morning, the fact the jurors in the Chauvin case feared for their own and their families’ safety should they
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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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Nita Talbot in Columbo, “A Stitch in Crime” (1973) by Andrew Hamilton WHITES HAVE always been able to “see” Blacks, with the exception of a small handful who were light enough and behaviorally similar enough to pass as White. Given concentrated communications technology, institutional racism, monopoly,…
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CommentaryDouglas MercerEssays

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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David SimsEssays

Jordan Peterson (center) with students; posed shot or not, this is what Canada has become. by David Sims JORDAN Peterson is sometimes right, but he is often wrong. For example, contrary to his pronouncements, some groups (races) are indeed worth more than others. The test of worth is simple. If you allocate…
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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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Heidegger by Karl Radl READING THE universally acclaimed German philosopher Martin Heidegger is a pleasure that cannot and should not be underestimated. He was an innovative thinker of the first order and is part of what American ‘conservative’ philosopher James Burnham called the ‘dark’ or ‘irrational’…
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David SimsEssays

The Jewish media narrative of a rising wave of “dangerous White racists” violently and hatefully victimizing non-Whites is the opposite of reality. by David Sims WHO commits more hate crimes? The police don’t like attributing to non-Whites a “hate crime” charge.…
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EssaysPerspective

by Arman
as told to H. Millard WHAT WAS really at the core of Hitler’s being? It was to do God’s work to help Whites evolve as part of God’s Plan. If you think of Hitler and the German National Socialists only in terms of politics or the war, then you are making a big mistake. And the enemies…
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