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Andrew HamiltonEssays

by Andrew Hamilton “If voting could change anything, they would make it illegal.” THIS IS not a democracy. Not only the United States, but all formerly White countries in North America, Australia-New Zealand, and Europe — East, West, North, and South. First World Rhodesia, South Africa, and South…
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by Lady Michèle Renouf Editor’s Note: Michèle Renouf delivered this speech at a demonstration on February 27, 2016 opposite the German Embassy in London, in defense of the National Democratic Party (NPD). The other speakers were Peter Rushton, Max Musson of Western Spring, Mike Whitby of British…
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American Dissident VoicesAudioKevin Alfred StromRadio

American Dissident Voices broadcast of March 5, 2016 by Kevin Alfred Strom USUALLY THE quadrennial circus of presidential politics here in the US is corny, scripted, banal, and deadly boring. The “battle” between smiling liar number 1 and smiling liar number 2 is a bore because almost…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce (1999) TODAY I want to talk with you about something I’ve already mentioned on several earlier programs, but with the trial of Bill Clinton now starting in the Senate, I believe it’s worth discussing again. That is the fact that well over half of the American electorate…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

JFK assassination conspiracy theories and reality by Revilo P. Oliver THE ROMANS considered a kind of boiled cabbage, crambe, the most insipid and tasteless of all dishes, and crambe repetita became a metaphor for the constant repetition of statements or arguments so often heard that they bore you…
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Revilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver (pictured) DEMOCRACY, in the correct, Jeffersonian sense of that word, still exerts a great influence over the thinking of our contemporaries, although no example of it in practice can be found in the world today. It is a theory that was first formulated in the democratic states of…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce (pictured) I’VE BEEN FOLLOWING with interest the reaction of politicians and media spokesmen in Europe to recent developments in Austria. Basically, what has happened is that a man named Jörg Haider won enough votes in Austria’s parliamentary elections…
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Classic Essays

Mass democracy creates an environment in which amoral psychopaths naturally rise to the top. by Dr. William L. Pierce SEYMOUR Hersh’s new book, The Price of Power, has everyone who hates Henry Kissinger’s guts — and that’s a lot of people — chortling gleefully over all of its revelations about the former…
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Classic Essays

by George Avila AS A first-year law student I have been thinking recently about “the law.” It occurs to me that playwrights could make better use of a law-school education than most law students do. For law students, by and large, use their education to become well-paid parasites; but a true White man’s…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

“Whom the gods would destroy, they first make mad.” –Euripides by Dr. William L. Pierce CHOOSING a man of Bill Clinton’s character to be President once is solid evidence that a nation is in a terminal state of moral decay. Doing it twice in a row is beyond human comprehension.…
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