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The Zeppelin Tribune, Nuremberg, during the Great Days per Oswald Spengler THE ARABIAN (or Semitic) culture, denoted as “Magian.” Its symbol is the cave. It is inward-looking. Architecturally, it is represented by the mosque or synagogue. Interior of the Cave Synagogue in Jerusalem, one of several…
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by Arthur Thief IF YOU ARE READING this, hello! You may call me Art Thief. Normally I prefer a more formal mode of writing, however as this is an introduction I feel a friendlier, more personal tone in the first person voice is apropos. I have been offering commentary on various National Vanguard articles…
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IT HAS BEEN a while since I last featured contemporary artists who I think are not only very good, but very much in the European tradition. As I often say, there is still a lot of great art being created; it is just that one will not find it in the mainstream, where everything is based upon the deconstruction…
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IT IS A MISCONCEPTION that no good art is being created in the contemporary age. Very little is being created in the mainstream, that is true, but there are still those who persevere in spite of being starved of publicity. Who are those others who, while not necessarily politically aware or conscious,…
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Andrew HamiltonEssays

by Andrew Hamilton “Evolution under bioculturally driven group selection, including migration, war, and genocide, may account for a substantial amount of change in human gene frequencies.”
— J. Philippe Rushton 1 IF WE ASSUME that White civilization is ultimately an expression of…
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https://nationalvanguard.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/White-Australia-National-Policy-Song_v720P.mp4 What was done once can be done again. Take heart! THIS SONG, recently re-recorded with modern equipment by some National Socialist comrades in Australia, exemplifies the spirit…
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Focus of Celebration: consider first your purpose(s) for the celebration, such as: Strengthen family bonding with each other Expand upon existing patterns of family celebrations Attune family to Nature’s cycles Attune family to its membership in the community of all life on planet Earth…
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Andrew HamiltonEssays

Gap-toothed Blacks laughing at Archie Lee as Baby Doll berates him. by Andrew Hamilton IN A recent essay about playwright Tennessee Williams and Greek American director Elia Kazan’s flagrantly anti-Southern motion picture Baby Doll (1956) I observed in passing that Blacks are present as furniture,…
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Andrew HamiltonEssays

“Talk about genetic deficiencies.” Inbred idiot savant Lonnie in the famous “dueling banjos” scene from Hollywood’s 1972 filmization of Atlanta-born James Dickey’s novel Deliverance. Dickey wrote the screenplay and appeared in a bit part as a redneck sheriff. The music was arranged and recorded…
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Douglas MercerEssays

by Douglas Mercer NEARLY EVERYONE in the 18th Century thought that ancient Greek was the perfect language. They marveled at its expressiveness, its clarity. They described it as limpid and transparent, like a smooth and clear-running stream. They said that experiencing the language of Homer was…
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