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by Scott Howard THIS ARTICLE explores the deep interconnections of the Covid establishment with governments, elite universities, well-funded NGOs, and private corporations, including entities that are enabling governments dedicated to surveillance of citizens and enforced conformity in…
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by Thomas Cole YESTERDAY, NEWS arrived that Taliban forces are taking positions in striking distance of Kabul. As of today, August 15th, Kabul has fallen, the US-installed president has fled and the remaining occupation forces are scrambling to flee the city. This is just the latest success, and most…
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11-year-old Desmond Napoles with “friend” and fellow “drag” performer by Douglas Mercer THEY GOT Socrates on a charge of corrupting the youth of Athens; and a righteous verdict it was. He wanted to replace the active, virile life of the Greeks with dime-store philosophers…
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by Andrew Hamilton AT THE TIME of his death in 1962, modernist writer E. E. Cummings was the second most widely read poet in the United States after Robert Frost. William Carlos Williams ranked Cummings and Ezra Pound as “beyond doubt the two most distinguished” contemporary American poets. Pound titled…
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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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Gender-fluid Damarra Atkins worships at a mural of George Floyd in George Floyd Square, Minneapolis by Tobias Langdon IT’S A perfect image for our insane and ugly age: an overweight gender-fluid Black woman in a Wu-Flu mask pressing her head in worship against a giant mural of George Floyd…
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A Review by Eric Paulson of: The Best of Attack! And National Vanguard Tabloid 1970-1982, Selected and Arranged by Kevin Alfred Strom (new 2021 edition: Mountain City, TN: Cosmotheist Books, 2021; originally published in 1984). THOUSANDS OF people learned of the National Alliance (NA) through William…
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Trump and his nominee Gorsuch by Douglas Mercer WHEN, IN 1987, Ronald Reagan nominated Judge Robert Bork to be on the Supreme Court, famously bad driver Edward “Teddy” Kennedy sounded the fire bell in the night: Robert Bork’s America is a land in which women would be forced into back‐​alley…
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SINCE “GAY” marriage was legalized in 2015, the American public has seen that the slippery slope which brings us to trannies in girls locker rooms and troubled children given hormone blockers is real. And Americans aren’t too happy about it: Jewess Alyssa Rosenberg lamented in the …
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Then 80-year-old House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in orange pantsuit, high heels, and African Kente cloth theatrically knelt for the cameras in 2020 with fellow social-distancing Democrats for 8 minutes and 46 seconds in solidarity with System rioters and media icon George Floyd. Understandably she…
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