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A FEW MONTHS AGO, I went through the worst experience of my life: my father passed away. It was a cancer which took him, and a small part of myself as well. As I reflect on the time proceeding his death, there were so many hard parts. One of the hardest was not being able to mourn in peace. Nope, in our society…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims LET US BEGIN our examination of typical capitalist behavior with a discussion about the cost of bread. In years ending in 0 or 5, the companies that make sliced bread get their boards of directors together and raise their prices. And, after the vote, the company’s directors all laugh…
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Classic Essays

by Cholly Bilderberger IF THE ENORMOUS inertia of the American produce-and-consume system is too strong to be changed, then what is going to happen? What is, in current cant, the scenario? An inertia too strong to be pulled off its course by an outside change must run that course through to the end. The…
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Classic Essays

And things have only gone from horrible and unsustainable to grotesquely pathetic in the years since this 1979 article was penned. It is time for a new White elite to rise. by Cholly Bilderberger THE TOTTERING leadership of the United States refuses — and is probably unable — to deal realistically…
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by James Harting I WAS DOWN at the county dump the other day, where I was astounded to see a huge pile of discarded shiny refrigerators and other late-model appliances. One might imagine the very phrase “pile of refrigerators” to be an oxymoron — that is, a phrase that contradicts itself. But I assure…
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Classic Essays

by Lewis Dunahy SINCE 1888 the De Beers company has held a virtual monopoly on the diamond business. Initially Cecil Rhodes, a Gentile, had total control of the firm. In 1893 he contracted to sell De Beers’ entire production of diamonds to a syndicate of ten London firms. All ten firms were owned by Jewish…
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Classic Essays

They well knew that America, riddled with Blacks and Jews, and with a ruling class that had lost faith in itself, was doomed to self-destruction anyway. SO MANY BOOKS are published each year by major U.S. publishers that one or two, even though they have committed the cardinal sin of containing a paragraph…
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