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Civilization

Essays

by Bane IN A NATION that doesn’t have a basis in the common values of blood and soil, it falls to the inhabitants of that nation to devise their own flawed basis by which citizenship can be bestowed on the outsiders looking in. One of the most commonly peddled assumptions is that military service is a decent…
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Intelligence, strength, and race by David Sims FOR HUMANS, greater strength and greater intelligence (and greater dexterity) stay gold throughout a very wide range of environments. It would be difficult to contrive an environment in which weaker men are more likely to survive than stronger men,…
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by James Harting IN EVERYDAY CONVERSATION, the words “barbarian” and “savage” are used interchangeably. This is understandable, as both terms refer to people or societies that are uncivilized. Yet, there really is an important distinction to be made between them. The term “barbarian”…
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THIS ARTICLE will consist of three parts. In the first, we will look at how regions and populations have varied in their technological, economic, and scientific advancement going from the ancient world to the present. Then I will review research showing that modern national wealth can be predicted…
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by David Sims THE PART of the Jewish race that interfaces with us is very clever, having an average intelligence that surpasses our own. But it’s a cleverness that frequently presumes too far, and the quality of the Jewish race that most characterizes them is their presumptuousness. …
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by John Calhoun BEING A racial-nationalist in this time of mass herd-conformity is a tall order. It takes strength, wisdom, wit, and intelligence. The Man of his Race must be able to know what is good for him and his race and what he must know what is bad; drawing sharp distinctions between the two and accepting…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Charles L. Carroll, Jr. LAST WEEK I stopped to fill my fuel tank at a self-service gas station. As I waited for my tank to fill, I noticed a young redhead who was also filling her tank. Her alabaster skin, sprinkling of freckles, green eyes and upturned nose were good indications that her hair color…
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Classic Essays

There are profound lessons for us today in the saga of this misled hero. by Scott Speidel, Florida State University * * * “Average Americans can do very little insofar as digging Communist espionage agents out of our government is concerned. They must depend upon those of us whom they send down here…
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Reports

A MOB in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) stoned, burned and ate a man after accusing him of being part of a Ugandan-based Islamist “rebel” group operating in the area — forming part of an ancient and still-ongoing tradition of cannibalism in Africa (pictured above). In the latest incident,…
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REACTING TO THE latest example of Leftist drivel to issue forth from the bowels of the Huffington Post, in which the idea of Whites becoming a powerless minority in America is celebrated, one has to accurately show what such a future will really look like. Many of the below pictures were used in an article…
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