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David SimsEssays

“Does not belong here” by David Sims AT THE BOTTOM of Black racism is the implicit assumption that Blacks have a right to have access to White people. Blacks in general think that where we go they may follow (and must be given any assistance they might need to do so), that what we make we must…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce (pictured) MR. CLINTON’S long visit to Africa has helped to strengthen his already strong support among Blacks in America — and it has given him a vacation from the Monica and Kathleen and Gennifer and Paula circus which has engulfed his administration. That…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

by Kevin Alfred Strom MY WISH CAME TRUE during the Simpson trial. I hoped that the evidence of Simpson’s guilt would be so overwhelming that no reasonable person could doubt it. And I hoped that the jury would reject the evidence and set the murderer free. Not because I believe that murderers should…
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Every now and then the anti-White professoriat say what they really mean. In this case, the virulent anti-White hatred of mulatta Grundy (pictured) is only faintly criticized by administrators (who probably share her sentiment) as “indelicate” and lacking “nuance.”
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