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by Anthony Boehm THIS MORNING (June 17) I will take down my Commonwealth of Virginia flag and replace it with the flag of Germany. It is the 62nd anniversary of the 1953 uprising by so-called “East Germans” against the Communist occupation of part of their country. This was the incident that inspired…
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“THE WORD ‘slave’ is used in this exhibition,” notes a wall text at “Jews in the Caribbean: Four Centuries of History in Suriname and Curacao” at Amsterdam’s Jewish Historical Museum. “The museum is aware of the controversial nature of this term. ‘Slaves,’ as used here, refers to African men,…
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THE FALANGE Española was preceded by several similarly oriented organizations which favored a corporate state, nationalism, and respect for tradition and social justice, while vigorously opposing parliamentarianism, class struggle and the money power. One such group, the Partido Nacionalista…
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by Karl Radl IT HAS COME to my attention recently that there are quite a few people out there who believe that the Jews are not a problem in the world today, but that a shadowy group known as the Illuminati are. Of this position there are three general variants. In the first instance the Jews are not a problem…
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by Joseph Pryce GERMAN PHILOSOPHER Jakob Friedrich Fries (1775-1843) (pictured) was born at Barby in Saxony and studied theology with the Moravians in the German town of Niesky, which was then heavily populated by Czech refugees fleeing Catholic persecution from their former homeland of Bohemia.…
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by Max Musson THE Camp of the Saints (Le Camp des saints) is a 1973 French apocalyptic novel by Jean Raspail. The novel depicts what was in 1973 a largely hypothetical setting wherein Third World mass immigration to France and the West reaches such frantic proportions that it leads to the destruction…
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The great conductor is one of those few men of whom it is only necessary to mention a single name — Karajan — and all people of our culture will know of whom you speak. by Mike Walsh HERBERT VON KARAJAN’s (pictured) enthusiasm for National Socialism never troubled him. He wouldn’t ever discuss…
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The Washington regime’s deep military strategy revealed; we must work for a day when the eminent minds behind such strategies refuse to work for the regime, and instead offer their talents to the service of our race alone. by Andrew Korybko DEPUTY SECRETARY of Defense Robert Work expounded upon…
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by Kevin MacDonald THE CASE of Rachel Dolezal, the “trans-Black” who is the head of an NAACP chapter and has apparently reported false “hate-crimes” is all over the Internet. It’s hard to know if this is just a case of rent-seeking by someone taking advantage of Black privilege or a case of someone who…
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by Michael Woodbridge MANY Racial Loyalists have come to the conclusion that racial diversity is not such a bad thing; if only it really meant diversity, or “Separate Development”! The purpose of this brief essay is to point out the short comings of such a concept. The Apartheid system of racial segregation…
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