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by Arthur Thief IF YOU ARE READING this, hello! You may call me Art Thief. Normally I prefer a more formal mode of writing, however as this is an introduction I feel a friendlier, more personal tone in the first person voice is apropos. I have been offering commentary on various National Vanguard articles…
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IT HAS BEEN a while since I last featured contemporary artists who I think are not only very good, but very much in the European tradition. As I often say, there is still a lot of great art being created; it is just that one will not find it in the mainstream, where everything is based upon the deconstruction…
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IT IS A MISCONCEPTION that no good art is being created in the contemporary age. Very little is being created in the mainstream, that is true, but there are still those who persevere in spite of being starved of publicity. Who are those others who, while not necessarily politically aware or conscious,…
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by Chris Rossetti DID YOU THINK that the Jews would leave us alone in our rural redoubts? Did you think that the (relatively) healthy farmers and woodsmen and Scots-Irish mountain folks and small-town businessmen and city Whites like me who fled to the country to escape the Brown Tide and its Hebrew orchestrators…
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Douglas MercerEssaysGuest opinion

by Douglas Mercer WAY BACK in 19 hundred and 53 when White America was still at the midway point of its dissolution, the great and good Daughters of the Confederacy donated the famous and beautiful Jackson/Lee stained glass windows to the National Cathedral in Washington, DC. At the time no one thought…
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School of Beauty by Kerry James Marshall by Douglas Mercer KERRY James Marshall is a Black artist and he’ll never let you forget it. His subject matter is black black black black. All he ever talks about is black black black black. Did he mention that he is Black? Kerry James Marshall grew up near…
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Douglas MercerEssaysNewsPerspective

Ugga buggah, literally. Leading Establishment cultural and art publications, including Smithsonian magazine, have rushed to heap praise on this new “work.” Once the Jews convinced us that Jackson Pollock’s brush drippings were “art,” this became inevitable.…
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by Douglas Mercer IN HIS book The Religious Attitudes of the Indo-Europeans, Hans F.K. Gunther noted that the signature of the Indo-European mentality is a kind of supernatural calm which cannot be disturbed. There is that, for sure. But there is also Teutonic berserker rage. Divine serenity: Aphrodite
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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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