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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce I’VE JUST BEEN reading an excellent book. It’s Scalp Dance, by Thomas Goodrich, and it’s a history of the conflict between Plains Indians and White settlers moving west in the years immediately after the American Civil War, between about 1865 and 1879. Much…
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EssaysH. Millard

by H. Millard “WHITE” with an upper case “W” means Aryan. Aryan means a non-Jewish Caucasian and this means a non-Jewish White person of European descent, no matter where he or she was born or lives. The word “white” with a lower case “w” means the…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Professor Oliver’s brilliant summary of our race’s interactions with Amerinds; he wrote in 1991, before the Solutrean hypothesis and genetic studies that showed that some eastern Amerind tribes had considerable infusions of European blood. by Revilo P. Oliver JONES-CRESSON forged…
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Classic Essays

On Columbus Day — for the moment, in the process of being converted to the anti-White “Indigenous Peoples’ Day” — we remember some American history that anti-Whites would rather have us forget. While we disagree with the author’s suggestion that the mission
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Essays

America had a long history of population displacements before modern Europeans arrived and built the United States. by Frank Jamger THERE WERE multiple peoples and cultures who lived in North America before the primitive Amerinds encountered by European settlers. Some were relatively advanced,…
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Essays

by Frank Jamger IT IS TIME for White Americans to fight back, to save our great people and nation. The mantra of the destroyers is: “The United States was founded on genocide and built on the backs of slaves.” That is nonsense, as I will demonstrate. 1. The United States, a nation renowned…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver ON 25 July 1876 a regiment of cavalry, sent by General Terry in advance of his troops for reconnaissance, and under the command of Colonel George Armstrong Custer (pictured), (1) entered the valley of the Little Big Horn in what is now southeastern Montana. Custer, probably deceived…
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News

EDITOR’S NOTE: Under the regime’s laws, Amerindian ancestry means everything, and White ancestry means nothing — absolutely nothing. While the idea of keeping a child within his or her own racial community is valid, this law — which considers a White child to “belong”…
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Classic Essays

by William Scott, Jr. THE “New Age” craze has merged with “liberalism” in several interesting ways. Both new-ageism and liberalism spring from the same kind of reality-denying mentality. Both elevate wishful thinking to a kind of moral and philosophical principle, and…
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Andrew HamiltonEssays

by Andrew Hamilton COLUMBUS DAY out, “Indigenous Peoples” Day in (1:54) the “news” announced yesterday. And it was news to me. A local television station informed viewers that St. Paul, Minnesota has begun formally celebrating “Indigenous Peoples Day” instead of Columbus Day; Minneapolis began…
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