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Classic Essays

by Mark Deavin IN JULY 1996 two students wading in the Columbia River at Kennewick, Washington, stumbled across the skeletal remains of a middle-aged European male. At first anthropologists presumed they had discovered a pioneer who had died in the late 1800’s. But radiocarbon dating subsequently…
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Celtic folkways and the clash with Romans and Germans by Nick Griffin IN THE previous issue we looked at the origins and prehistory of the Celts. We traced their spread westward over Europe and their growing influence on their neighbors, up until the time of their first clashes with the Romans. (ILLUSTRATION:…
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RICHARD WAGNER (pictured) was one of those rare composers who was as skillful in his theoretical writings as in his music (another was the Frenchman Jean-Phillipe Rameau). Wagner did not rely on his music alone to gain a reputation, but attempted to construct a coherent theory on which to base his compositions.…
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EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

Racial self-determination is the sane way to organize societies; multiracialism is an irrational quasi-religion and is extremely dangerous. by Kevin Alfred Strom (pictured) WHAT IS A MULTIRACIALIST? He’s crazy — I told you that in my last installment. And he’s genocidal. Multiracialists believe…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce TECHNOLOGY has come somewhat into bad odor among many of today’s young people. Sensitive souls who find themselves out of tune with the gaudy, gimmicky, and artificial world of 20th-century America often place the blame for this dissonance on the technology which has made all…
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When we’ve lost the ability to obey our inner commands, someone else will command us. Such is the natural scheme of things. by Harry Stottle THERE EXISTS in the genetic subconscious of the civilized White an unfathomably pure ethic, which is most openly revealed in the permanent and unchanging…
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by Instaurator “Man’s purpose on earth …is to create order.” — Maxim Gorky THERMODYNAMICS, as the name implies, originated as a systematic study of the processes used to convert heat into a more useful form of energy. An empirical science that has now been thoroughly…
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