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David SimsEssays

by David Sims DEMOCRACY does not require universal suffrage. In ancient Athens, where democracy first appeared, the right to vote was limited, and some people there were slaves, who could not vote. [Anyone not an Athenian or Attic Greek by birth had no vote, so of course only Whites could vote —…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Margaret Thatcher by Revilo P. Oliver UNDER THE rubric “The World in False-Face” in a recent issue of Liberty Bell, I quoted from the Special Office Brief part of a trenchant article which described the normal technique of government in a ‘democracy,’ in which the herds of…
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Classic Essays

by Francis Parker Yockey FAR MORE important to Europe than the propaganda about domestic affairs in America is that about foreign affairs. The numen “democracy” is used also in this realm as the essence of reality. A foreign development sought to be brought about is called “spreading…
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Essays

by Mjollnir TO UNDERSTAND the dichotomy between National Socialism and Democracy, it is necessary that we define the parameters of each one. National Socialism today is most definitely not popular, because of many misconceptions and its connection in the public mind to the so-called “Holocaust”…
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News

DEMOCRACY, defined as counting the burry heads of moronic racial aliens, is the best system. This is why it must be violently spread throughout the world in disastrous wars for the Jew. There is a massive wisdom in using the collective ignorance of brown outsiders who must be bused by communists to flat…
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EssaysHadding Scott

by Hadding Scott THE REAL “cradle of democracy” of course was Athens, Greece. That’s where it was invented. The judgment of educated Greeks about their democracy was not very positive. Alcibiades said, “Democracy is acknowledged folly.” Plato’s philosophy…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

Tore Tvedt by Dr. William L. Pierce I DO APPRECIATE the feedback I receive from listeners. They give me responses to my broadcasts and tell me about their own concerns and ideas, and they sometimes give me useful tips on news stories that I might not have learned about otherwise. One thing that I’m…
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NewsPerspective

Below are excerpts from an essay by Greg Johnson which argues that American White Nationalists should position ourselves as the real, uncompromised, unvarnished representatives of the National Populism that got Trump elected rather than personally declare war on Trump himself. While I don’t
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Classic Essays

by William Gayley Simpson WE TURN now to study the claims of the French revolutionists. These claims they undertook so to establish on abstract, innate, imprescriptible right that the zealot minds that follow them are rendered nearly impervious to evidence that their theories have failed in practice…
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Classic Essays

by William Gayley Simpson THERE ARE TWO items in the record that might give the critic pause. One of these is the success of the United States. The other is French Revolutionary theory, which for the first time undertook to place its claims above the reach of any record and to found them on natural, inborn,…
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