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EssaysThomas Dalton

by Thomas Dalton, Ph.D. Sexual Abstinence as Jewish Ethnic Strategy AMONG MANY other things, Schopenhauer was fascinated by human sexuality, which for him assumed deep metaphysical importance. The human essence, the will-to-live, finds “as its kernel and greatest concentration, the act of generation”…
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EssaysThomas Dalton

by Thomas Dalton, Ph.D. Vitam impendere vero (“Dedicate one’s life to truth.”)
— Juvenal, Satire IV, 91[1] EVERY MOVEMENT needs its icons, racial-nationalism no less than any other social-political ideology. Any icon — a term deriving from the Greek eikôn, meaning a likeness…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver I HAVE always felt sympathetic toward the “British Israel” and “Identity” cultists, who are trying so hard to salvage Christianity and make it safe for our race, and I have often wished their doctrine could be made at least superficially plausible. I hope…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver I HAVE been sent a very interesting booklet, The 5th Kingdom, written and published by Elmer Arthur (4902 N.E. Thirtieth Avenue, Portland, Oregon). Properly considered, it is more significant than most of the books that are today spewed in such horrendous quantity from the presses…
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H. MillardNews

Jews, by the way, have created the situation in which the blankos see it as “unthinkable” that a man might be picked to replace Ginsburg. by H. Millard HAVE YOU noticed that never-Trumpers Mitt Romney and Mike Lee suddenly support President Trump as he seems to be leaning toward naming Amy…
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EssaysThomas Dalton

by Thomas Dalton, PhD AT 2.1 billion people, Christianity is the largest religion on Earth. And yet, not a fraction of a percent of these people understand even the basic facts of their own so-called religion. If they did, they would be utterly appalled. Their entire religion is a fraud; it is based in…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Part of the remains of Herculaneum overlooking the Gulf of Naples by Revilo P. Oliver AS IS WELL known, the earliest Christian sects were followers of a Jewish christ named Jesus, who, although he had bungled his attempted revolution and had been executed, was said to have promised that he would return…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver IT IS A truism that we are mortal and that the ineluctable necessity of death is inherent in the biotic structure of our being: nascentes morimur. But oddly, perhaps, we Aryans also have an instinctive longing for a changeless eternity: Doch alle Lust will Ewigkeit. And since reason…
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Essays

by Thomas Goodrich I AM KNOWN to rant some on Jews. True, ’tis true. And yes, oft I’m chided by some well-meaning large-hearted imbecile with the simple: “Not all Jews are bad.” Again, true, too true. I have actually those Jews who I counted, and still count, as friends. But know ye now this: We Whites are…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Colonel Ingersoll and two of his grandchildren by Revilo P. Oliver THE American Atheist Press in Austin, Texas, has published a booklet by Colonel Robert G. Ingersoll under the title, A Christmas Sermon and the Controversy it Aroused, with an introduction by Jon G. Murray, a son of the famous Madalyn…
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