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USE BITCOIN. Bitcoin is digital cash you can hold and spend without permission. 1. Hold Bitcoin with Muun Wallet With Bitcoin you can be your own bank, and a “self-custodial wallet” like Muun is the software that helps you do that. Setup Install the Muun Wallet app from the app store. Setup…
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News

SCIENCE/TECH NEWS SITE Civic Science is downplaying the numbers, perhaps even ridiculously so, but they recently published poll results showing that fully 4% of Americans have quit their jobs over the last year due to “financial freedom earned by investing in cryptocurrency” and…
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by Chris Menahan
and National Vanguard correspondents TREASURY SECRETARY and former Fed chief Janet Yellen, a Jewess who is actively overseeing the largest wealth transfer from the middle class to the billionaire class in history, told CBS News on Tuesday that spying on all Americans’ bank…
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THIS WEEK the British-based bank HSBC closed down two accounts linked to the new racial nationalist political party Patriotic Alternative — a personal account belonging to one of PA’s leaders Laura Towler, and the party’s official business account. H&D understands complaints are…
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Essays

Insolvent Wall Street banks have been quietly bailed out again. Banks made risk-free by the government should be public utilities. WHEN THE Dodd Frank Act was passed in 2010, President Obama triumphantly declared, “No more bailouts!” But what the Act actually said was that the next time the banks failed,…
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EssaysHadding Scott

Introduction by Hadding Scott: Paul de Lagarde (1827 – 1891) was a professor at the University of Göttingen and highly respected in the field of ancient Near-Eastern languages. He was chiefly concerned with elucidation of the Bible, but also wrote books about the ancient Persians and Armenians,…
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Classic Essays

There are a few religiously-tinged paragraphs which we here at National Vanguard would have written differently, but this truly excellent introduction to the radical idea that we ought to own and benefit from our own credit and productivity is well worth reading. by Louis Even translated from the…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims LESS THAN sixty years ago, a US citizen could buy a good house for his family with less than his income over two years. If he made $9,000 per year, then his house probably cost him $12,000. Today, the man might make $81,000 per year, but his house costs upwards of $600,000. It makes sense that…
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David SimsEssays

If imposed, it would be cause for great celebration. by David Sims THE DIRECTORS and officers of the usurious central banks are harmful to the country, so why don’t our soldiers simply shoot them as enemies? It seems like a good, swift object lesson would do much to deter the international bankers…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims ACCORDING to the Associated Press, a Pittsburgh-area father has been charged with child endangerment after his son walked to school on a Saturday — without his father’s permission or knowledge. This government overreach is one of many symptoms of Jewish usury, which I’ll…
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