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EssaysGuest opinion

by Prof. Dr. Eberhard Hamer,
Mittelstandsinstitut Niedersachsen e.V. WHOEVER GIVES AWAY HIS assets and entrusts them to strangers (including banks) can be expropriated. The US has the highest indebtedness in their history (over 30 trillion dollars = 135% GDP), so they have been over-indebted for…
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American Dissident VoicesAudioKevin Alfred StromRadio

American Dissident Voices broadcast of 5 March, 2022 by Kevin Alfred Strom BECAUSE THE AMERICAN PEOPLE were mostly sleeping during the last century, we’ve let our worst enemies turn our country — and most of the world — into a cage of steel. Our enemies control our media. Our enemies…
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News

July 4, 1988: Fortune magazine cover featuring George Roberts and Henry Kravis, “Masters of the Buyout Game.” THE JEWISH founders of Kohlberg Kravis Roberts (KKR), America’s first nationally celebrated “private equity” giant, have announced they’re stepping down as the company’s co-CEOs. Henry…
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Classic EssaysHadding Scott

by René Binet From Théorie du Racisme, 1950
Translation by M.M. & Hadding Scott, 2016 INDIVIDUALISM and the thirst for loot, which is to say the desire for profits obtained without labor, are the only motive forces of capitalist society. The ethical values ​​of capitalism are founded upon …
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EssaysHadding Scott

The Tyranny of Gold by René Binet From Théorie du Racisme, 1950,Translation by M.M. & Hadding Scott, 2016 IN THE MOST recent historical period the appearance of capitalism, as a medium of social differentiation and as the basis for a new social structure, has momentarily distorted the whole development…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver LAST APRIL, National Review carried a significant article. Professor William R. Hawkins, a professional economist, in “Neomercantilism: Is there a Case for Tariffs?” took his departure from the fact that America’s industrial potential has been partly destroyed…
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Douglas MercerEssaysGuest opinion

by Douglas Mercer “It is estimated that the United States alone benefited from a total of 222,505,049 hours of forced labor between 1619 and the abolition of slavery in 1865. Valued at the US minimum wage, with a modest rate of interest, that is worth $97 trillion today.” — Jason Hickel,…
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News

There was a time when sensible people reasonably opposed the government randomly or not-so-randomly handing out checks to citizens. But in a time of Jewish debasement of the currency, of endless handouts and bailouts to the richest and most powerful ethnic group on Earth, it’s only reasonable
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver AN ITEM in the Cleveland Plain Dealer informs me that the godly folk of Lorain County (west of Cleveland) have organized and are going to fire off, on the appointed Day of Prayer, a barrage of simultaneous prayers, not only from 300 churches, but also from the barrooms, bowling alleys,…
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EssaysNewsThomas Dalton

by Thomas Dalton, PhD NOW THAT the criminals parading as Congressmen have finally gotten around to a “stimulus” bill, they have decided that they can ram through a variety of favored projects in the name of helping American families. They throw us a bone of $600 per person — or $2,400 for a family of four…
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