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Jefferson, a lifelong opponent of mixing with Blacks, is commonly accused by anti-Whites of having fathered children by a mulatto slave — but it is extremely unlikely the allegation is true. Introductory Note: Neither the conservative nor the liberal side in this debate likes to acknowledge…
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Gunnery Sergeant Bryce F. Lockwood (USMC, ret.) IN A HISTORIC MOVE, the American Legion, at its national convention in Reno on Thursday, August 24, 2017, approved Resolution 40 (text provided below) calling for the first full U.S. government investigation of Israel’s 1967 attack on the USS Liberty
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by Tanstaafl Emma Lazarus, 1903: Fill the bagel republic with huddled masses of wretched refuse. Israel Zangwill, 1908: Abracadabra, the bagel republic is now officially a melting pot. George Orwell, 1949: Lol, by 1984 they’ll be saying “Diversity is Strength”. The ADL, 1958: Diversity is…
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by Dissident Millennial IN A MALICIOUS outpouring of Semitic filth titled “Only Mass Deportations Can Save America,” Bret Stephens of the New York Times “jokingly” suggests that America would be better off disposing of its native citizenry rather than its Third World immigrants: In the…
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by Andrew Hamilton THE UNITED STATES, nearly 241 years after its declaration of independence from Great Britain, presents a revolting spectacle For sheer vileness, the US, with its universal surveillance, police state mentality, hatred of freedom, anti-White discrimination, lawless replacement…
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1900 Race riot in New Orleans is sparked by a shoot-out between the police and a negro laborer. Twenty thousand people are drawn into the riot that lasted four days. (Brown and Stentiford, xxiv) Race riot in New York City. (Brown and Stentiford, 128) South Carolina – Railroads [Statute] Amended the…
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1860 436,000 slaves in Mississippi. Negroes account for over 55% of Mississippi’s population. (Brown and Stentiford, 536) November 6 — Abraham Lincoln becomes the first Republican elected president. (Zuczek, xlix) December 20 — South Carolina secedes from the federal Union. (Zuczek,…
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1550 The term “negro” enters the English language from Spanish. (Jordan, 61) 1600 The term “mulatto” enters the English language from Spanish. (Jordan, 61) 1619 Twenty Blacks brought by a Dutch ship to Virginia. Some Blacks had arrived even earlier. (Davis, xi) 1637 Pequot War in Massachusetts.…
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by Andrew Hamilton THE TERM miscegenation has a curious history. It was coined by three Democratic Party newspapermen in a pamphlet published in 1864. The anonymous authors purported to advocate the practice, hoping to goad Republican “reformers” into endorsing the book’s sentiments,…
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by A Dissident Millennial A COUPLE WEEKS after Donald Trump won the 2016 presidential election, Charlie Rose did an interview with Jon Stewart which provides a clear window into the alien mindset of those who would have Whites reduced to a minority within the United States. A telling remark comes right…
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