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YOU HAVE never before seen a resource like the new Holocaust Encyclopedia by Germar Rudolf (available from Cosmotheist Books), a massive volume (634 pages) that demolishes once and for all the myths, misunderstandings, exaggerations, and outright fabrications that surround the “Holocaust”…
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CommentaryDavid SimsEssays

by David Sims “IF THERE IS no God, where does our morality and the ability to know right from wrong come from?” Theologians and religious leaders often attempt to make God a prerequisite for morality, but this is contrived to make the belief system that they are selling seem more valuable…
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CommentaryDavid SimsEssays

by David Sims THE IDEA OF the US government using biological weapons in a campaign to “genetically modify” the American people, isn’t even slightly far-fetched. If you think it is, then you aren’t really thinking. The Tuskegee syphilis experiment was an infamous clinical…
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EssaysGuest opinionThomas Dalton

by Thomas Dalton, Ph.D. AS I WRITE these words, the death toll in the Gaza massacre (not “war”) has surpassed 28,000, of whom some 70% are women and children. As I write these words, nothing has evidently changed in Jewish attitudes: Roughly 80% of American Jews and 95% of Israeli Jews are satisfied with…
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Mr. Murphy may be too optimistic about Trump, and about conservative Americans’ freedom and common sense, but the problems he has with Blue State Murricans are simultaneously hilarious and real. by Tim Murphy I AM worried. Very worried. In the wake of the Iowa caucuses, the New Hampshire Primary,…
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“Mr. Williams is an unpopular figure, and had I more experience at the time I would have certainly declined this representation.” (Laura Finch, Mr. Williams’ defense lawyer) Pocahontas Show Trial: The Wrongful Conviction of an Unpopular Figure in West Virginia
(See also the Web page for the book.)…
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Douglas MercerEssaysGuest opinion

Superior to us all, even the King: Believe it or not, this is an unretouched photograph of an actual portrait of “Holocaust survivor” Lily Ebert recently commissioned by King Charles, part of a large series of such portraits of various Jewish “survivors.” by Douglas Mercer…
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CommentaryEssaysJohn Massaro

by John Massaro GODDAMN, HAS THIS COUNTRY changed in my lifetime, and for the worse in almost every way. The 1960s, and especially the last three years of that decade, was a tumultuous era, what with nationwide race riots, violent street protests against the Vietnam War, mayhem on college campuses,…
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by Blake Hood ONLY ONE MAN and idea has inspired the West in the last hundred years.  And that is Hitler. We believe in him more than in anyone else. He is the yardstick from which all value and action proceeds. But right now that valuation is in a negative and oppositional mode. We [that is, most in the West]…
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Douglas MercerEssaysGuest opinion

by Douglas Mercer NOT SINCE Louis-Ferdinand Celine ran like a madman through the Paris streets screaming at anyone who would listen, “Kill all the kikes!” have the stakes been higher. When he made his ranting dash even some weak-kneed National Socialists thought it was a bridge too far…
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