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“Does not belong here” by David Sims AT THE BOTTOM of Black racism is the implicit assumption that Blacks have a right to have access to White people. Blacks in general think that where we go they may follow (and must be given any assistance they might need to do so), that what we make we must…
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by Thomas Goodrich I AM KNOWN to rant some on Jews. True, ’tis true. And yes, oft I’m chided by some well-meaning large-hearted imbecile with the simple: “Not all Jews are bad.” Again, true, too true. I have actually those Jews who I counted, and still count, as friends. But know ye now this: We Whites are…
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by David Sims DEMOCRACY does not require universal suffrage. In ancient Athens, where democracy first appeared, the right to vote was limited, and some people there were slaves, who could not vote. [Anyone not an Athenian or Attic Greek by birth had no vote, so of course only Whites could vote —…
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Fading fast by Thomas Dalton, PhD THIS ESSAY is intended as a response and follow-up to the excellent recent article by Giles Corey, “American Roulette.” Corey’s piece is passionate, clear, and well-written.  He makes a powerful and inspirational case, in a short space.  My intent here…
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by Giles Corey WE ARE WITNESSING the beginning of our descent, quickening apace, into hard, explicit “minority” rule. In the name of abolishing hierarchy, a new one is being erected. Whether police departments are “defunded”, “abolished”, “reorganized”, or “reimagined”, one thing is for certain…
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by David Sims THE DEMOCRATS cannot possibly win the 2020 presidential election fairly. They only have a chance if they cheat. How will they go about it? They will probably use Black Lives Matter (BLM), whose members will stand close about the voting places, claiming to be there to ensure “a free…
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The Robert E. Lee Monument in Richmond, Virginia, unveiled in 1890, now to be removed as Virginia’s Governor surrenders to the BAME brigade. by Mark Cotterill VIRGINIA’S Democratic Party Governor Ralph Northam (himself from a slave owning family) has finally backed down to the BAME…
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Jean Raspail (1925-2020) ACCORDING TO Eliot, April is “the cruellest month” — but this year June has put in a strong bid. No sooner had we published an obituary to our old friend and comrade Eddy Morrison, than we heard of the deaths of three very different major figures in the worldwide movement…
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by Douglas Mercer F. SCOTT Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby holds the honorable distinction of being the only book published prior to 1945 that contains the words “swastika” and “holocaust.” But that’s the least of it. Was F. Scott Fitzgerald a “racist”? Cover of the first edition…
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The darkening of our screens and its part in the theft of our past and our future by Jack Antonio YOU FLY into London on a British Airways plane on which you are shown an animated film about safety. It stars a cartoon Black man with his cartoon White wife and their cartoon mixed-race child. You pass through…
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