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Essays

by Stephen Contrado WHITE PEOPLE have been supremely generous to the Negroes. They have raised Blacks from savage tribal conditions to civilization, but history does not record the kindness. Instead, historians use the relative concepts of “slavery” and “racism” out of historic context and use…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

By Dr. William L. Pierce Annihilation of Germany Corrupted Our Morals
The Race’s Gravest Crisis is at Hand
The Task Ahead is 
Biological, Cultural, Educational and Political
There Will Be No Outside Help, No Miracles SINCE THE END of the Second World War the situation and the prospects of the…
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David SimsEssays

Introductory Note by David Sims: It’s interesting when the controlled media begin publishing articles about Black criminality that echo what White racial-nationalists have been saying consistently for the past 80 years — without giving us any credit for being right all along, of course.…
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Essays

ONE OF THE allegations that European patriots make against the Jews is that they not only participate in, but often play a lead role in organising coalitions of grievance-mongering minorities against the majoritarian population. As this article makes clear, those allegations are entirely justified.…
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News

by Hadding Scott ON 1 November 2016 the Hopewell Missionary Baptist Church, a Negro church in Greenville, Mississippi, was set on fire with the words “Vote Trump” painted on it. The FBI is investigating the arson as a “civil rights” violation: in other words, they are accepting…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims THE PEOPLE who are saying that an impartial application of the civil rights laws would not require a gay baker to bake a “God Hates Gays” cake are wrong. Gays don’t get to set limits on the rights of other people to hold religious beliefs. They think that they do. But they…
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Classic Essays

South’s leaders sparked White resistance, but lacked long-range ideas by Ted O’Keefe AS THE EVENING shadows lengthened on the deserted streets of Franklin, Tennessee, Saul Bierfield sat amidst the piled wares of his prosperous dry-goods store, greedily devouring a watermelon. Two…
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Essays

by John I. Johnson THE SWEEPING, heavy-handed changes in US currency for the purposes of propaganda — the “biggest makeover in a century” — are handed down from on high, just like replacement immigration, anti-White policies, transgenderism, mass surveillance, totalitarian…
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Classic Essays

by Ted O’Keefe SHORTLY AFTER nightfall on September 8, 1865, a train steamed south from Orangeburg, South Carolina, through countryside which had been devastated by General William Sherman’s troops only a few months before. Among the passengers was a gaunt and battle-weary…
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Essays

by Alex Fontana “Integration is the time between the first black family moving in and the last white family moving out” — Saul Alinsky As is the Microcosm, so is the Macrocosm THE FEMINIST ‘social justice’ campaign first launched on Twitter against “manspreading” has made the…
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