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Jimmy Thunlind explains how the development of the countryside in a National Socialist society would solve the problems of today’s big cities and lead to a higher quality of life, more economic self-sufficiency and a responsible use of natural resources. THE VAST MAJORITY of the worst problems in…
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YOU CAN TELL a lot about Jews from their stories. Reading the Old Testament, I’m constantly struck by how many of its tales seem to glorify deceitfulness. This quality is found in even the greatest of the Jewish patriarchs. Abraham, for example, pimped his wife out to the Egyptian pharaoh by pretending…
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DECIDE WHAT YOUR path in life will be. Some of us give our all to a great cause, like Kevin Strom and Will Williams are giving their all to bring about the renaissance of our race and a new spiritual basis for our society. That is a sometimes lonely, often dangerous, but immensely important path that they…
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by Hadding Scott THIS IS A response to Dinesh D’Souza’s silly pretense that Abraham Lincoln was a goody two-shoes according to the standards that leftist Jews have established for us in recent decades, and therefore, necessarily, not at all racist.

Of course Lincoln was racist! He regarded…
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by Helmut Stuka THE RACE-MIXERS and “integration” preachers always cry about “fairness”. So before discussing interracial cooperation, first let us talk a bit about fairness. You people have each other. I have nobody, in that sense: For I do not share with you or any other…
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by David Sims I CAN’T SEE why eugenic genetic engineering of humans is a bad thing for scientists to be doing, provided that they don’t do harm. There were people opposed to the automobile, too, a century ago, and they probably had more reason behind their arguments than the anti-eugenics…
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Jeff Bezos by Rainer Chlodwig von K. “THE FIRST AMENDMENT to the Constitution of the United States of America – and American tradition – enshrines freedom of speech and freedom of the press,” begins Dr. Kevin Barrett in a recent commentary published in American Free Press: Nowhere is this more evident…
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by Steven L. Akins HEX SIGNS are a form of Pennsylvania Dutch folk art, related to fraktur, found in the Fancy Dutch tradition (as opposed to the Amish plain tradition) in Pennsylvania Dutch Country. Painted barn motifs, usually in the form of “stars in circles,” began to appear on the central…
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In the middle of the Cold War by Rainer Chlodwig von K. ONE OF THE lesser-known elements of the story of Israel’s false-flag attack on the USS Liberty on the afternoon of June 8, 1967, is that the survivors aboard the ravaged vessel floated in uncertainty all through that night – 34 of them having been killed…
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by Russell James IN THE middle of the 20th century, America was the envy of the world. A beacon of freedom, it was still rejoicing in its vibrant, post-war economy, its population had exploded due to the “baby boom,” and its people were the freest in the world. It was a nation aware, and justifiably…
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