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Authoritarianism

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by Martin Kerr THERE ARE different leadership doctrines or theories. That which we National Socialists embrace is known as the “Leadership Principle,” or in German “das Führerprinzip.“ As with much else relating to our Movement and our Worldview, it has been the subject of deliberate distortion…
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by Organon tou Ontos FIRST OF all, let me suggest what I think it is that different varieties of fascism, and National Socialism, have in common. Let this also stand for my own personal view of ‘fascism’ in general: • Radical communitarianism: Placing the interests of the community over…
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by Douglas Mercer SOMETIME IN the 1960s legal scholars on the left began to detect vague penumbras and emanations in the US Constitution, the existence of which no one before had ever suspected. Out of these spectral openings emerged new unheard-of rights: the right to contraception, the right to an…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William Pierce THREE WEEKS AGO we talked about the fact that America is divided into two camps that are moving in opposite directions ideologically. I pointed out that on one side is the Clinton coalition, which believes in democracy and equality and “diversity” at any cost and is…
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FOR HUMAN BEINGS to live together in a mutually beneficial way, there must be peace and security. Peace and security require a competent authority (Auctoritas) with the power (Potestas) to define and enforce law. Law must be grounded in a truth which, when applied, will bear the fruit of peace and security.…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

What makes some people hate those who speak honestly about race? by Dr. William L. Pierce (pictured) A HUGE VOLUME of e-mail flows into the National Office from people all over the world who are responding to our message, primarily our weekly radio broadcasts. Evelyn Hill weeds out the illiterate, incoherent,…
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