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The vibrant culture of Malawi meets 21st-century technology. IN THE AFRICAN country of Malawi, doctors are being attacked by mobs who believe the doctors are vampires, using their stethoscopes to suck blood. Mobs have killed nine people accused of being vampires, as fear sweeps Malawi. A doctors’…
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Executive Summary: At least 18,000 people and 5,000 vehicles gathered at Kanonkop, a farm in Klapmuts near Stellenbosch, South Africa to protest against farm murders. There have been tens of thousands of racially-motivated attacks on White farmers since Black rule began in South Africa in 1994.…
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Video footage of the execution in Luebo, in the province of Kasaï-Occidental, shows the naked woman being shamed in the town’s main square by a group claiming allegiance to the Kamuina Nsapu rebel movement. “Integrating” with such savages — as our “benevolent”
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Homo erectus A protein found in the saliva samples of sub-Saharan Africans offers evidence that strongly contradicts the ‘Out of Africa’ theory of human origins SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA has long been considered the birth place of humanity. The region’s Khoisan population is heralded as the oldest…
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Essays

“Congoids and spaceflight” — a combination not too dissimilar from “elephants and ballet.” by David Sims THE QUESTION was asked: “In the near future could most countries get space technology — just like most countries now have aircraft technology?”…
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A reconstruction of a Homo naledi face. Introductory note by Kevin Alfred Strom: Scientists are very gradually coming to realize what should have been obvious all along: Human evolution is not a linear progression; there were always many races and subraces of humans, and some thrived and evolved into…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce I HAVE BEFORE me a news story which appeared in the London Daily Telegraph a few days ago. It’s a story about the flourishing child-slavery business in West Africa: in countries like Nigeria, Togo, Benin, and Gabon. Businessmen in the coastal cities send buyers into…
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Classic Essays

This blood-chilling story is from the diary of Captain Theodore Canot, a European trader in gold, ivory, and African slaves. It’s a first-hand primary source on the nature of the Africans that slave traders brought to North America, who almost invariably had already been enslaved by their fellow
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver ACRONYMS, though common in the jargon of journalists and bureaucrats, who naturally imitate a usage introduced by the Communists, are always objectionable and are avoided by persons who want to write literate English. “AIDS” is also to be eschewed because it is an…
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African skull only 13,000 years old matches primitive skulls from 140,000 years ago Introduction by David Sims: The reason humanoids didn’t evolve as much in Africa as they did elsewhere is that, elsewhere, lesser species of humanoid were driven out or exterminated, whereas in Africa they…
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