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This is what is happening to vulnerable, trusting White girls, not only in the UK, but all over the Western world. This is the real unspoken and unspeakable result of multiracialism. by Victoria Price THE GROOMING OF BRITISH girls for interracial sex was in the news again this week, having been highlighted…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

Dr. Pierce predicted today’s shift to the right by Jews — and the fatal flaw in conservative groups like the Tea Party movement. by Dr. William L. Pierce LAST YEAR a group of sick, guilt-ridden Dutch liberals in the Netherlands formed an anti-racist group, the Person-to-Person Committee,…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

Tyrants fell when patriots — from Jefferson to eastern Europe’s anti-Communists — raised the consciousness of their nations’ best men and women: We can do the same. by Kevin Alfred Strom OVER 400 YEARS ago, the French philosopher Étienne de la Boétie (pictured) told us “Resolve…
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by Kevin Alfred Strom A READER INFORMS us of a Web site called HotJewishGirls.com, the anonymous owner of which expresses his simultaneous contempt for and lust for non-Jewish women (which, in practice, almost always means White women). Combining contempt and lust is the essence of sexual degradation.…
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A non-Jewish girl, who received text messages urging pressure on witnesses not to testify, was told: “Forget you ever received this.” IN A TIGHT-KNIT, some say insular, community, social pressure can go a long way. Many cases of suspected child abuse in the Orthodox [Jewish] world have…
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John Young gives us the best extant explanation of the current economic crisis and clearly explains how the billionaire elite force us to work for them. by John Young EVERY ONCE IN A WHILE there is a confluence of events that conspire to allow the American people a glimpse of the sordid underbelly of our…
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An intelligent Black journalist looks at the tragic foolishness of multiracialism in Europe. by Elizabeth Wright “Like all of Europe,” writes Pat Buchanan, “Germany grows nervous.” Are Germans finally — this late in the day — growing nervous about the five million Muslims, among other foreign groups,…
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by Instaurator “Man’s purpose on earth …is to create order.” — Maxim Gorky THERMODYNAMICS, as the name implies, originated as a systematic study of the processes used to convert heat into a more useful form of energy. An empirical science that has now been thoroughly…
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If this computer-virus-as-weapon was “almost certainly orchestrated by a state,” we ask: What state has a history of espionage in the US and strong opposition to Iran’s nuclear program? THE MEMORY STICKS were scattered in a washroom at a US military base in the Middle East that…
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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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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

A review of Consciousness by A.R. Orage by Revilo P. Oliver (pictured) A. R. ORAGE, THE MAN who popularized the phrase “New Age” in the early 20th century, and who honestly concluded on his deathbed that he had learned nothing of significance about the nature of life, here tries to lead the…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce FEODOR M. Dostoevsky (pictured, 1821-1881) was one of Russia’s greatest writers. The son of a physician of modest means, he had the opportunity for an education, and was trained as an engineer. He remained close to the common people of Russia, however, in the experiences…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

by Kevin Alfred Strom (pictured) THE FRENCH WRITER Guy de Maupassant wrote a story about a hunter, who, in the early morning hours of a winter day, shoots a duck, which falls to the ground at his feet. Above him, another bird circles, crying again and again with a heart-rending lament, flying so close as…
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by Philip Holthoff IT WAS in the spring of 2003. It should have been our finest hour. Instead it has become one of our greatest mysteries. It was to be a day of firsts for our great nation. Tens of thousands of our citizens lined the shores of Gulfport and Biloxi to gaze out to sea at our newest wonder, Gray April
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