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The regime’s functionaries were forced to temporarily flee in fear, afraid that justice might be done. by Douglas Mercer EVERY COUNT has been proved, so the Saxon went on the march. If there is one immutable law of the social world it’s that there’s only so much merde that people will…
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by Revilo P. Oliver IN 1932, when I was an undergraduate in college, I purchased from the manufacturer a very useful piece of office furniture. It is a frame of light steel that supports twenty-seven fairly shallow drawers of the same material. I used it to file bulky manuscripts and to accumulate materials…
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Marketed mainly to American Christians, this incredibly crude Trump “Temple Coin” celebrating the current President’s subservience to Israel on the 100th anniversary of the Balfour Declaration, says it all about what America has become. by Douglas Mercer “In America the Jews…
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ACCORDING TO Almon Lauber’s booklet, Indian Slavery In Colonial Times Within The Present Limits Of The United States, published by the Faculty of Political Science at Columbia University in 1913, slavery and the slave trade were nearly universally practiced among the ‘Native’ Indians prior to…
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by Douglas Mercer IN 1997 Bill Clinton told a gathering of young White college students in Oregon that America was about to embark on its third great revolution. The first being gaining independence from England, the second the ending of slavery, and the third would be when America was no longer a European…
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by Giovanni Dannato SINCE THE founding of America, it’s always been a dumping ground for the rest of the world’s problems and a laboratory where those who come out on top can work their wills without any traditions or custom to hold them back.  Instead of a City on a Hill, it’s been more like that Randian…
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by Francis Parker Yockey FAR MORE important to Europe than the propaganda about domestic affairs in America is that about foreign affairs. The numen “democracy” is used also in this realm as the essence of reality. A foreign development sought to be brought about is called “spreading…
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In terms of behavior toward invaders, it’s a little hard to tell the difference between the Society of Friends (Quakers) and modern, Jew-programmed “liberals.” Perhaps the only difference is how many generations ago the programming took place. Here’s a bit of history
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Lyndon Johnson signing America’s death warrant, the Immigration Act of 1965 by Douglas Mercer AMERICA, WITH its “making the world safe for,” its “rugged individualism,” its utopianism, its paper creation, its “shining city on a hill,” its “dedicated…
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Mountain man’s astounding 1823 saga offers an important lesson for modern Americans. by Michael Medeiros HUGH GLASS was born of Irish parents in Pennsylvania, and went on to explore the far West in the early 1800s. One day on one of his travels, a mother grizzly bear, mistakenly thinking him a…
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