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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver A READER of Liberty Bell has sent me, apropos of my article on the sexual molestation of children in the August issue, a copy of the November 1991 issue of Inside News, a periodical published in Australia (P.O. Box 311, Maleny, Queensland, 4552). That issue is devoted to describing…
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Douglas MercerEssays

by Douglas Mercer WHEN THEY had cleared the East of race scum the National Socialists planned to plant large colonies of German soldier-farmers there. Himmler believed that this was the White man’s ancestral homeland and that tilling the soil was the natural and healthy element of the White…
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Essays

The Icelander Ríkharður Magnússon discusses our Old Norse beliefs and the ways in which they have been distorted in the modern era. I WON’T DELVE deeply into the Old Norse beliefs in this article; rather the purpose here is to confront and clear up some of the distortions and false information…
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David SimsNews

by David Sims THE “swamp” is a euphemism that refers to the bureaucratic, unelected part of our federal government. It refers most particularly to the arrogant, legalistic part of the Executive Branch, but it has its minions in the Legislative and Judicial Branches of government also.…
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EssaysGuest opinion

Kamala Hateswhites, her Jewish husband Douglas Emhoff, and an Alzheimer’s patient IT NOW SEEMS increasingly likely that Joe and the Ho’ have gotten away with blatant election fraud and will be sworn in on January 21. The courts at every level have deemed the overwhelming evidence insufficient…
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EssaysGuest opinion

Gavin Newsom by John Randolph IN HIS inaugural speech as the governor of California, notorious anti-White politician Gavin Newsom sent a clear message to the world by promising that the most populous state would be a “sanctuary to all who seek it.” Apparently forgetting that civilized nations…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims THE CHINESE Communist Party isn’t the only group to bear blame for the coronavirus pandemic. It is, rather, one of a number of blameworthy groups. These days, we all have subscriptions to cyber security services, which claim to protect us from computer viruses, of which there are…
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Essays

And, of course, the predatory race are the ultimate grifters. LIKE MOST slang terms, no one is entirely sure how the word “grifter” came into common usage, but it has been fairly common since the start of the last century. Researchers claim it was carnival slang that crossed over into common usage in the…
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News

The late Joseph Recarey in a recent photograph. AGAIN, another story that didn’t quite make it into the mainstream news’ narrative involving Jeffrey Epstein. In June of last year, decorated former Palm Beach detective Joseph Recarey died after a “brief illness” at the age of 50, and that’s basically…
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Essays

According to county records, Epstein began constructing a stable, detached garages, and homes in 1994, and began building his 33,339 square foot mansion in 1999. by Nathaniel Hébert JEFFREY EPSTEIN’S “Zorro Ranch”, an 8,000 acre estate in New Mexico with its own hangar and landing strip remains…
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