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A letter from Hans Schmidt of GANPAC published in the Hoskins Report, December 1993 by Hans Schmidt DEAR Dick: You asked for someone who had lived in Hitler’s Germany to tell what it was like. Permit me, someone who lived under the Swastika flag from 1935, when the Saar was reunited with Germany, to 1945,…
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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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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce WE’VE SPOKEN about the Jewish control of the news and entertainment media before, but it’s a matter of such urgency that we need to talk about it again and again. It is absolutely essential for us to understand who controls our mass media and how they use their control
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Deep roots are untouched by frost. — J.R.R. Tolkien IT HAS BEEN said that the Germanic soul and the forest are one and the same thing: the mythological Forest that contrasts the splendid isolation of man in his solitude against the infinity of nature. Only this kind of soul could have such a word in its…
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LAST WEEK, I had a long conversation with a couple of Japanese acquaintances that actually culminated with the following “warning” from me: “Don’t change your [Japanese] immigration policies, and don’t let Jews into your country.” The strange thing is,…
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by Jeff Hilton A READER HAS asked me to recommend a list of recordings of Western music performed by Western musicians. During long and hard cogitation I have made lists of the Ten Greatest Recordings and the Hundred Greatest Recordings, but these lists are too personal and include many recordings that…
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by Helmut Stuka EVERY TIMELESS truth seems obvious in retrospect. It is the mark of supreme genius to first discover or synthesize a truth which is beyond the ken of they who know it not, yet obvious to all who know it already. This principle holds true in abstract mathematics, in the natural sciences,…
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NATIONS AND CULTURES are fragile things. I was reflecting on this some time ago, reading through the work of that great Russian novelist and historian Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, who saw with rare clarity of vision what the nihilist secularism of the Soviet state had done to millions of people. Signs…
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Andrew HamiltonEssays

by Andrew Hamilton THE MORE ONE thinks about it, the more obvious it becomes that, where race is concerned, sex is of central importance. A group’s sexual behavior, marriage, reproductive patterns (having or not having children), and family strength are decisive for racial survival and expansion. …
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver (1908-1994, pictured) SOME READERS may be familiar with the Chinese detective stories that van Gulik translated (The Celebrated Cases of Judge Dee) and imitated (The Haunted Monastery), which are quite enjoyable as good stories as well as portrayals of some important aspects…
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