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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver ACCORDING TO a despatch from the United Press, published in the Portland Oregonian on 16 April and doubtless other newspapers, a jury in Atlanta awarded $2,500,000 to a young woman, Jan Kemp, formerly an instructress in the University of Georgia, who was fired from her untenured…
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American Dissident VoicesAudioKevin Alfred StromRadio

American Dissident Voices broadcast of 13 March, 2021 by Kevin Alfred Strom First, let me say that I am very aware that this ADV broadcast is late, and I don’t like that. But the production of several new books, including a new book by National Alliance Chairman William White Williams which will
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There was a time when sensible people reasonably opposed the government randomly or not-so-randomly handing out checks to citizens. But in a time of Jewish debasement of the currency, of endless handouts and bailouts to the richest and most powerful ethnic group on Earth, it’s only reasonable
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by Saxon Day LIBERTARIANISM IS a soul-sickening ideology that will be the death of the White world. The “great heroine” of libertarians is a crass Jew who called herself “Ayn Rand,” and who said that racialism was “collectivism,” which was “immoral.”…
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An essay in pictures, illustrating a recent news article on the accelerating economic decline of Liberia Ball here in the United Snakes. AFTER A YEAR of enormous attendance drops and television ratings losses, the NFL salary cap is set to take a historic hit of nearly $16 million. The league that began…
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Classic EssaysHadding Scott

Introduction by Hadding Scott: This article was published in the Michigan Alumnus Quarterly Review of 10 December 1938. I consider it a relatively unbiased look at the National-Socialist agenda of reducing conflict between workers and employers. Summary 1. National-Socialist Germany…
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An endangered species Part of a series; Postwar and Contemporary Issues by Nelson Rosit POPULATION AND MIGRATION IN MANY CIRCLES today the limits-to-growth argument of ecologists is out of favor, being dismissed by neo-Marxists, religious fundamentalists, and capitalist technocrats. Yet a cardinal…
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by Thomas Goodrich MANY ARE WE who own guns. Some of us even tote ’em. Why? Because, unlike those who do not own, much less carry, guns, me, myself and millions more have gained a glimpse of what is “out there.”  At some point in my spin on this mortal coil I have seen the face of evil… raw, soulless…
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CommentaryDavid Sims

by David Sims (Commentary on “Does Diversity Create Distrust?” by Daisy Grewal, Scientific American) THERE ARE flaws in Grewal’s thinking that might arise from an implicitly racist definition of racism on her part. The racism in the definition of racism consists of some notion…
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CommentaryDouglas MercerEssays

by Douglas Mercer WHEN HE wasn’t catering to Wall Street, the military-industrial complex, Jews, Blacks, and other assorted racial enemies of White people, Donald Trump would occasionally rip off a good line. An example of such is when rancid jungle trollop Meghan Markle and her subservient…
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by Tanstaafl And now, a rise in political extremism, White supremacy, domestic terrorism that we must confront and we will defeat.– Joe Biden, 20 January 2021 NEW kikeservative-in-chief, Jew-led war on Whites intensifies, Jews hardest hit. The highlights… January 6th – The Capitol Insurrection.…
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EssaysHadding Scott

by Hadding Scott I PARTICIPATED in the lively comments section under Breitbart’s article about Salah Montasser’s rejection of the six-million figure some years ago.  One of the interlocutors there is a Jew arrogantly calling himself “Inevitable Historicity.” He is there to defend his ethnic…
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CommentaryDavid SimsNews

Butler. Like the vast majority of non-Whites in the arts heavily promoted by Jews, her work repeatedly screams “I’m Black [or fill in oppressed group name here] and I’m female and we haven’t been treated equally!” to the eternal boredom of most readers, even those…
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by Lord Dunsany IN THE harbour, between the liner and the palms, as the huge ship’s passengers came up from dinner, at moonrise, each in his canoe, Ali Kareeb Ahash and Boob Aheera passed within knife thrust. So urgent was the purpose of Ali Kareeb Ahash that he did not lean over as his enemy slid by,…
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