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  What Really is a Globalist?
Globalists aren’t God’s chosen people. They just think they are. by Emmanuel Spraguer Now that the [Inter]National Review and countless other fake news outlets have smeared President Trump for using the term “globalist” and have attempted to
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Ayn Rand, by Charles Krafft by Hadding Scott THIS IS ABOUT Adam Curtis’ documentary, All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace (2011). Ayn Rand, a Jewess born in Russia, got into Hollywood screenwriting through Jewish connections. After being required to write a screenplay for a story…
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  by Dissident Millennial IN CONTRAST to the Official Narrative™ about how great mass immigration supposedly is for the country, Neil Monroe provides a nice summary of the actual costs of such immigration on Americans who work for a living or are in need of employment: “Four…
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Rumors abound that new economic ties mark a step toward a new gold standard and abandonment of the US dollar. THE MONETARY REGIMES of China and Russia, two of the world’s most resource-rich nations, are drawing closer with every passing day. In the latest push for convergence, China has established…
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Essays

Editorial Introduction by Chris Rossetti: What the courageous author of this piece does not mention is that the most important dimension of the neoliberal/Jewish push for open borders is racial: racial in that non-Whites replacing Whites constitutes biological and cultural destruction and ultimately…
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Two weeks ago, in December, the Bitcoin price plummeted. Within just 9.5 hours, the cryptocurrency lost more than ten percent. And eventually it dropped 17 percent on the virtual floor within 48 hours. THE POSSIBLE CAUSE: A single Japanese insider sold his bitcoins in large quantities. With his corresponding…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

The savings and loan debacle by Revilo P. Oliver THE SCANDALOUS AFFAIR of the Savings & Loan Associations, also known as Building & Loan Associations, has received relatively little attention from its victims, the American taxpayers. Perhaps the world’s beasts of burden are so used…
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This 1923 million-mark note was one of the smaller denominations during the German hyperinflation. Discussions of the dangers of inflation inevitably end up at the worst-ever case known — the German hyperinflation of 1923. Accompanied by economists’ moralizing warnings of the dire
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Germany’s Nazi leader Adolf Hitler is seen with Hjalmar Schacht, right, President of the Reichsbank, during the laying of the foundation stone ceremony for the new building of the German Reichsbank in Berlin, Germany, on May 5, 1934. by Hadding Scott HJALMAR SCHACHT wrote after the war about…
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by David Sims LET US BEGIN our examination of typical capitalist behavior with a discussion about the cost of bread. In years ending in 0 or 5, the companies that make sliced bread get their boards of directors together and raise their prices. And, after the vote, the company’s directors all laugh…
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