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by Douglas Mercer STORY IS that at a meeting of Soviet leaders Trotsky got in a real zinger against Stalin that left him speechless. Afterwards Trotsky was sky high on what had happened and he couldn’t stop talking about it. According to his associates he then went on to say what he’d say next…
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by Douglas Mercer RECENTLY MINTED Negro-worshipper Ralph Northam cut a statue of Bobby Lee in half and put it in cold storage for future generations of mixed-raced cretins to p— on. They say the Great Replacement is a myth but better to believe your eyes. They are removing our history and putting…
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Elizabeth Hinton by Douglas Mercer COVERING ITSELF with glory has not exactly been the strong suit of Yale University for quite some time now; but on May 18, 2021 they hit a new low. On that date was published a book by one of their (ahem) scholars which argued, in nuce, that Whites give Blacks massive handouts.…
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Taibbi by Douglas Mercer MATT Taibbi is the sometime darling of the White Right because he opposes war and the surveillance state, and lambastes the lying media. He has also said his style was influenced by Jim Goad. That much is true. But make no mistake about it; he’s on their side. What would…
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Tulsa, early 20th century: raised in the wilderness in just a few decades by White men, and for White men, women, and children by Douglas Mercer BLOODY TULSA is very much on their perverted minds of late, as surely you’ve noticed. It’s Tulsa Tulsa Tulsa, as they wave their made-up blood-soaked…
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Russell Moore and his Web site by Douglas Mercer ACCORDING TO Tacitus, the ancient Germans had only two capital offenses — they hanged the traitors and drowned the cowards. Russell Moore, the prominent Southern Baptist leader known for his criticism of former President Donald Trump, is leaving…
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Current DC Mayor Muriel Bowser speaks during the “Statue Dedication and Commemoration of Mayor Marion Barry” on March 3, 2018. by Douglas Mercer IN THE television series The Man in the High Castle the Germans complete their conquest of the eastern half of North America by dropping a Heisenberg…
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The facial expression of the lone young White sums it all up. WE LIVE in a chaotic world, but there are still many events that occur with clockwork regularity, giving us a sense of continuity and comfort even with the sky falling from a deadly “pandemic” and Whites officially becoming the…
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by Douglas Mercer “It is estimated that the United States alone benefited from a total of 222,505,049 hours of forced labor between 1619 and the abolition of slavery in 1865. Valued at the US minimum wage, with a modest rate of interest, that is worth $97 trillion today.” — Jason Hickel,…
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by John Randolph IT’S BEEN SAID that disease was what allowed the White man into the Americas and what kept him out of Africa, and that’s true to an extent. Disease decimated the Indians and paved the way for the conquest of the continent, hard fought as the battles were. But in Africa malaria…
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