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Robert Lynch by Karl Gunther AT THE presidential inauguration after the 1960 election, flinty Yankee and American traditionalist Robert Frost read one his his poems. Thirty-two years later, after the 1992 election, Negroid poetess Maya Angelou got the nod, and in her “poem” she moralized…
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Robert Pinsky As if we didn’t know (though it’s always good to have irrefutable specifics and confirmation). Vic Olvir, Wilmot Robertson, Dr. William Pierce, and Truman Capote all warned us of the Jewish takeover of American literature 40 years ago and more. by National Justice THE SCHOLARLY…
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by Tobias Langdon “SHE WAS A GENIUS,” says the Guardian. She was a “uniquely gifted artist who should be considered among the all-time greatest painters,” says the BBC. I say, no, she was not. The Italian Baroque painter Artemisia Gentileschi (1593–c.1656) was not a genius, was not uniquely gifted…
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Trigger warning: picture of White supremacists above JUDGING BY Wikipedia popularity, who are the most important historical figures of all time? According to one algorithm, it’s 18th-century scientist Carl Linnaeus, followed by Jesus, followed by Aristotle, Napoleon, and Hitler. According…
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Architect Frank Gehry’s Stata Center (2004) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Ugly? Yes. But shoddy, too! Internet pioneer Tim Berners-Lee and Jewish Leftist Noam Chomsky have offices there. The complex is named after MIT alumnus Raymond Stata (Analog Devices, Inc.), a Pennsylvania…
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A BRILLIANT ITALIAN painter who dares to paint in the tradition of the Old Masters also dared this week to produce a work depicting the ritual murder of a White child by Jews, which historians and researchers have been investigating as a real phenomenon. Jewish groups immediately attacked the painter…
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Art, Beauty, and Inspiration ARTISTRY AND BEAUTY have a profound impact on human beings, and quite often it has been beautiful, creative expression that has launched social revolution. It takes great inspiration to see clearly the vision of a New Era, and to carry out the march to the dawn of such an era.…
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by Steven L. Akins HEX SIGNS are a form of Pennsylvania Dutch folk art, related to fraktur, found in the Fancy Dutch tradition (as opposed to the Amish plain tradition) in Pennsylvania Dutch Country. Painted barn motifs, usually in the form of “stars in circles,” began to appear on the central…
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IT’S NOT ENOUGH to wipe White people out genetically. It’s not enough to deny them their own space in which to continue their existence. You have to obliterate any sense of pride in their ancestors’ achievements and instill a sense of shame and guilt in them even when they are doing something as…
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by Karl Radl WHEN THE LATEST artwork of the so-called ‘rebel’ artist Banksy was revealed on a garage in the Welsh town of Port Talbot near the city of Swansea, it predictably became quite the distraction from the latest depressing grind of the Brexit ‘negotiations’ and the ongoing destruction of the…
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