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by Andrew Hamilton LAST WEEK I wrote an article entitled “People Just Like You . . .” suggesting that Jews have a totally different psychology than Gentiles. One reader commented, “I am just now becoming aware of the Jewish question and all it entails, but one thing about the Jews that I don’t understand…
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David DukeEssays

by David Duke
an excerpt from his book The Zionist Conspiracy THE LEADING universities of the United States follow draconian, racist admissions policies that result in a massive Jewish over-representation of mind-boggling proportions. (ILLUSTRATION: Gate at Harvard University) When one compares…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims THE IQ distribution of American Whites is 103±16.4, and that of US-resident Blacks is 85.0±12.4. The averages in those distributions comes from Rushton and Jensen (2005).¹ The standard deviations in the distributions comes from a 1963 study by Kennedy, Van De Riet, and White. See also…
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by John Massaro WHAT IS DAILY LIFE in Africa like? What do Black Africans think of White people? What could you expect if you spent five months traveling by basic means around seventeen countries in sub-Saharan Africa? I’m one of only a very few racially conscious Whites who has traveled widely,…
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Age of Treason Audio A FURTHER examination of the rational and emotional machinations which enable White genocide. There’s an old joke I wanted to tell, to make an analogy, and when I went searching for an example to read here I found that there’s a name for the analogy. It’s called the streetlight effect.…
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SOVIET COMMUNISM has not been fashionable in elite media and academic circles since 1992. Stalinists are now more often depicted as “conservatives” than leftists, and Communism is seen as a symptom of “nationalism.” A BBC documentary on North Korea declared that country to be a “fascist dictatorship,”…
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by Henry Dampier WHEN YOU travel in European cities that are older than modernity, and contrast them with modern cities, the difference in both scale and in public decoration is stark. In modern cities, the trend is to have no recognizable human features to any of the buildings or public decorations.…
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by Max Musson IN this modern age of concern for environmental issues, many people and even some naturalists who should know better, often talk of the ‘balance of nature’, and in reference to the impact of mankind’s growth and expansion across the globe, are highly critical, citing current trends as…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims NATURE’S LAWS—most fundamentally the conservation of energy—make it unlikely that any living thing, humans included, can avoid competitions with other living things. It would be impossible, instead of merely unlikely, if humans didn’t have access to an abundance of…
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David DukeEssays

by Dr. David Duke WHEN I first began to understand the ultra-racist, supremacist ideology of Judaism and Zionism, I came into contact with the theory that present-day Jews are genetically unrelated to the historical Jewish community. The allegation, known as the “”Khazar theory”, claims that the…
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