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by Andrew Hamilton THE MORE ONE thinks about it, the more obvious it becomes that, where race is concerned, sex is of central importance. A group’s sexual behavior, marriage, reproductive patterns (having or not having children), and family strength are decisive for racial survival and expansion.…
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by Andrew Hamilton IN EARLY 2013 a brief flurry of international news stories, none very in-depth and virtually all dated between January and March, revealed that Jews were administering Depo-Provera, a long-lasting injectable contraceptive given as a shot in the arm or buttocks every three months,…
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by Andrew Hamilton “Somewhere along the line I am going to meet with an arm of this octopus, and when I do it will lead me to a head, and when I find that I shall cut it off.” — John Drake in “You Are Not in Any Trouble, Are You?” (1965) I RECENTLY watched the 1960s English television series Danger
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by Andrew Hamilton DESPITE the triumph of modernism, a handful of American sculptors, including Anna Hyatt Huntington, creator of The Torch Bearers (1955), continued to work in the neoclassical mode prior to and after WWII. Huntington was highly regarded for her large-scale public commissions…
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by Andrew Hamilton IN The Histories, the Greek historian Herodotus (pictured) relates an account of a conflict between (Greek) Athenians and a group identified as “Pelasgians.” The story encodes ideas of racial/cultural difference, expulsion, miscegenation, mass murder, and, especially,…
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by Andrew Hamilton Tom Wolfe
Back to Blood: A Novel
New York: Little, Brown and Company, 2012 TOM WOLFE’S Back to Blood is a quick read despite its 700-page length, and absorbing. Of his four novels, The Bonfire of the Vanities (1987) about race tensions in New York City is the most famous, but…
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by Andrew Hamilton CAUGHT in an avalanche of anti-white propaganda and discrimination, it’s easy to forget that Jews and governments have other enemies, other people they hate besides whites.  One such group is the Nation of Islam (NOI), a black American religious organization founded in 1930.…
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by Andrew Hamilton I STOPPED reading contemporary literature — works by living novelists and short story writers — when I was in my late teens or early twenties. I found it aesthetically and intellectually unrewarding. The sole exception was the work of journalist-turned-novelist Tom Wolfe, the…
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by Andrew Hamilton IN TRYING to conceptualize what a current, or indeed ongoing, global head count of whites would look like (no such reliable enumeration exists), it is imperative to keep in mind the age structure and reproductive profile of whatever population exists, as well as the dynamics of…
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by Andrew Hamilton A SHORT PAPER on demography by Benjamin Franklin consisting of 24 numbered paragraphs, “Observations Concerning the Increase of Mankind, Peopling of Countries, Etc.” (1751), provides interesting insight into the thoughts of one of the most astute and discerning of the Founding…
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