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As Kevin Alfred Strom once said: “Nations are like leaves. They change color before they fall.” ON THE SAME DAY that some southern states were honoring their rebel heritage, masked workers in New Orleans dismantled a monument to that past — chunk by chunk, under darkness and…
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Essays

WHITE AMERICANS are currently enduring a sustained attack on their identity. The immediate goal of this assault is to confuse and demoralize White people, so that they are psychologically incapable of defending themselves as a race or ethnicity. The ultimate goal is the extermination of Whites…
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by John Calhoun IS THERE a more reviled section of the United States than the South and is there a more loathed region of the South than Appalachia? The entire stretch of the old Confederacy is often stereotyped as a hotbed of ignorance, dysgenics, backwardness, and the most evil of all sins — “racism.”…
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As population darkens, our monuments and heroes will be suppressed, censored, and forgotten.
MEMPHIS Mayor A.C. Wharton (pictured) has called for the removal of the grave of Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest from a city park, along with an attached memorial. “These relics, these messages…
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