Classic Essays

This frank piece by the Jewish writer Marcus Eli Ravage constitutes a “revelation of the method” in that he fully expected most of his upper class readers to completely misread it as irony — as they do to this day. by Marcus Eli Ravage reprinted from The Century Magazine, January 1928…
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EditorialsKevin Alfred Strom

by Kevin Alfred Strom ASIA, PARTICULARLY CHINA, is bursting at the seams with human beings not of our race. Already they are overflowing onto the Pacific coast of North America, from California to Canada, in a quiet but accelerating invasion — so much so that the city of Vancouver, British Columbia,…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Professor Revilo P. Oliver (pictured)
(speech, June 1968) Introductory Note Dr. Revilo Pendleton Oliver is rightly regarded, by those few lucky enough to be familiar with his work, as one of the greatest Americans of this century. Born in 1908, he quickly rose through the ranks of the academy to become…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Novel provides insight into religious feelings and the nature of the real and ideal worlds by Revilo P. Oliver OUR RACE’S religiosity has determined so much of our tragic history and today so afflicts us with a desperate crisis, that a study of religions necessarily holds an abiding interest…
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Classic Essays

Our Apoplectic Invaders Considered. The Ordeal of Civility: Freud, Marx, Levi-Strauss, and the Jewish Struggle with Modernity by John Murray Cuddihy (pictured); Basic Books, 1974. Reviewed by Hugh Lincoln DECADES BEFORE Kevin MacDonald embarked on his Jewish trilogy, a little-known sociology…
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Essays

The renowned physicist’s own Jewish colleagues and students eventually plotted his kidnapping, destruction, and murder. WERNER HEISENBERG (pictured) was only twelve years old at the outbreak of the Great War, but he always remembered the feelings of patriotism and ‘selfless exhilaration’…
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Classic Essays

One endlessly hears of the looting of art during wartime — but strangely, one almost never hears of the looting of German art that took place after World War 2. WHEN THE EXHIBIT, “German Masters of the Nineteenth Century,” opened at the New York Metropolitan Museum, it was significant…
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Essays

by Mark Weber GERMANY’S DEFEAT in May 1945, and the end of World War II in Europe, did not bring an end to death and suffering for the vanquished German people. Instead the victorious Allies ushered in a horrible new era that, in many ways, was worse than the destruction wrought by war. (ILLUSTRATION: German…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver (pictured) IN THE DECADE before us, the methods of historiography will undergo a very considerable modification. History depends primarily on written documents, from the clay tablets of ancient Sumeria and the earliest Egyptian hieroglyphs to the archives of modern states.…
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News

Russian women’s team sweeps chess competition. by Alexandra Kosteniuk IT’S BEEN AN amazing ride, and now, already one round before the end of the 2010 Chess Olympiads in Khanty-Mansiysk, the Women’s Gold Medal winning team is known, nobody can catch up with them (see table after…
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