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And how I became a political dissident… by Professor Geoffrey Sampson (pictured) ‘RACISM’ IS certainly a horrible word. Words ending in -ism are normally formed from adjective roots: nationalism, specialism, communism. The correct word is ‘racialism,’ and this…
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by Max Musson WE LIVE IN a world in which many people have a dark sense of foreboding. Particularly in Western European countries where we have experienced better times within living memory, there is a feeling that many facets of our lives are deteriorating and have been relentlessly deteriorating…
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The curious beginnings of a useless word. by Sam Francis THE Oxford English Dictionary is a multivolume reference work that is one of Western scholarship’s most remarkable achievements — the standard dictionary of the English language on what are known as “historical principles.” Unlike…
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TODAY’S Mail on Sunday makes a great fuss about the recent forum at a London hotel, where a range of speakers including American Prof. Kevin MacDonald addressed cultural and historical topics. The Mail gets into a frenzy about this event, describing it as a “Nazi invasion of London.” (ILLUSTRATION: …
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CosmotheismEssays

Introduction by William White Williams: “In 1978 a group of members who were especially interested in the religious or spiritual aspects of the National Alliance’s work organized the Cosmotheist Community Church.” That sentence from page 17 of the 1993 edition of William Pierce’s National Alliance
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A British perspective on moving forward toward White community by Shaun de Moray FUNDAMENTALLY, the broader nationalist movement has now reached a position where we need to readjust our sights and adopt a new strategy. Many talk of change and of revolution, but they must face the fact that there…
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by Michael Woodbridge THE DEPLORABLE decision by the National Union of Teachers under their General Secretary, Christine Blower, to demand that any incoming government should compel teachers to extol the virtues of homosexuality highlights the almost total victory of neo-Marxist “political…
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by Kerry Bolton EZRA POUND (pictured) was born in a frontier town in Idaho, 1885, the son of an assistant assayer and the grandson of a Congressman. One could say that both economics and politics were in his blood. He enrolled at the University of Pennsylvania in 1901. Pound was an avid reader of Anglo-Saxon,…
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David DukeEssays

by David Duke AFTER LEARNING about the inordinate Jewish involvement in organized crime, historical slavery and modern white slavery, it did not surprise me when I began to learn of their domination of pornography. Just as Jewish scholars faithfully recorded the Jewish domination of the African…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims A FEW YEARS ago, on 23 October 2007, Sarah Marshak (pictured) began creating a hoax of an antisemitic “hate crime” by drawing a swastika on the whiteboard mounted on the door of her dorm room and then reported it to the campus security police. On 27 October, another female dorm…
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