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The decline of our civilization is marked by the decline of integrity and critical thought in what ought to be our highest disciplines. THE ACADEMIC publisher Springer and the IEEE will be removing more than 120 academic papers from their subscription services after a researcher found they were computer-generated…
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Classic Essays

Britain First speech by Sir Oswald Mosley at Exhibition Hall, 16 July 1939 FELLOW BRITONS, tonight the British people are here, (Cheers) and tonight from this great audience will be heard the voice of British people telling Parliament, telling Parties, telling Government something it is time that…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims A DECEASED White nationalist, chemistry professor, and coin collector named Robert McCorkill left, in his Will, his estate to the National Alliance, a White nationalist organization in the United States. It was valued at about $250,000. The Jews of the Southern Poverty Law Center…
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Classic Essays

INTERPRETATION, the element that give a particular flavor to music, can be the difference between a good and a bad performance. When the interpretation is distorted for whatever reason, a wholesale alteration of the composition occurs. There are built-in constraints to distortion in instrumental…
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Torchlight vigil held outside Greek embassy ON SUNDAY, activists from Next 1 gathered for a memorial rally in support of the fallen of the Golden Dawn. The rally was held outside the Greek embassy in Stockholm. On their banner you can read the words “We stand with the Golden Dawn.” The…
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“Legalism” — that is, showing that the Washington regime is illegal in various ways — is not the full solution. And some of the legalists’ theories are lacking. But the rising anger against the tyrannical anti-White System is a healthy sign of a new nation being born
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims IT DOESN’T take an earthquake — not where Haiti is concerned. It has received billions of dollars from America, from Canada and from Europe in foreign aid over the years. America rebuilt Haiti’s entire economy and national infrastructure three times during the 20th century,…
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IN a strongly worded, 15 page ruling in Warden v. Tucson City Officials, CV-14-02050, U.S. District Court Judge David Bury describes a pattern of official misconduct; Tucson government officials conspired with local radicals affiliated with the National Council of La Raza and knowingly violated
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims IN ANY criminal trial, jurors have a constitutional right to judge not only the defendant, but also the law itself. A jury might determine that a defendant is guilty of breaking a law, but refuse to convict him because they have also determined that the law that he broke is unjust, unreasonable,…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce TODAY I want to share with you my very deep concern, my worry about the crime problem in America. I don’t mean the sort of crime we hear about and see every night on the television news: the drive-by shootings by drug gangs, and the muggings and robberies, and the rapes and…
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