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Douglas MercerEssaysGuest opinionNews

The “National Memorial for Peace and Justice” in Montgomery, Alabama. Mark our words: Soon our enemies will categorize even Blacks duly charged, tried, and convicted of horrific crimes as “victims” worthy of being memorialized. Everything we ever did will be judged as…
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American Dissident VoicesAudioKevin Alfred StromRadio

American Dissident Voices broadcast of 2 April, 2022 by Kevin Alfred Strom AT THE END of last week’s program, I brought up the state of Virginia’s Racial Integrity Act of 1924, which forbade interracial marriage. And that is only one law of many which were instituted between the founding…
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American Dissident VoicesAudioKevin Alfred StromRadio

American Dissident Voices broadcast of 26 March, 2022 by Kevin Alfred Strom JUST THIS WEEK a Black female nominated to serve on the Washington regime’s “Supreme Court” told us that she couldn’t define what a woman is. If anyone hearing my voice thinks that Congressional…
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Douglas MercerEssaysGuest opinion

by Douglas Mercer IF A SIGN at a house says “George Washington Slept Here” you can be sure they will take it down — he owned slaves, after all; they’ll not just take the sign down but burn the bed, burn the house, perform some voodoo rite on the site to exorcise what they take to be…
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Andrew HamiltonEssays

San Francisco Chronicle Extra: “Kidnappers Lynched!” Royce Brier’s eyewitness account of the lynchings in the left-hand column, “Mob Storms Jail, Hangs Slayers in San Jose Square,” won the Pulitzer Prize for Reporting. by Andrew Hamilton Although most Americans probably equate the term “lynch…
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Andrew HamiltonEssays

Replacement migration. by Andrew Hamilton WITH THE accession to power of the Roosevelt regime in 1933, and the defeat of Germany and the rapid expansion of global Communism by the Allies after 1945, America became a de facto Jewish-run state, ruled by a new class obsessed with undermining and destroying…
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Douglas MercerEssays

The National Monument to the Forefathers (pre-vandalism) by Douglas Mercer IN 1620 some good and brave men set foot on the North American continent, a continent which their descendants would conquer — conquer on our behalf. Their goal was to found a new nation. They certainly had some odd notions…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims The following note was sent to someone who thinks that White people should apologize to the other races, and give to them ground and the right-of-way. AMERICA SPENT the first 120 years of its history fighting Indians, not harmonizing with them. It spent almost as much of its early period…
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Classic Essays

THE CURE for Indian troubles favored by the frontiersmen was extermination of the Indians, and from this policy they rarely deviated either in theory or practice. In their minds it was a simple problem of choosing which race should survive, and they did not hesitate to choose. There has never been a time…
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Essays

by Blake Hood Backcountry History I WILL REFRAIN from delving too deeply into original customs of the Borderers. Fisher himself has already done great work on this which you can find here. But it is important to this theory that one understands exactly when these people arrived in America and where…
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