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AMONG THE interesting benefits of writing a blog like this, focusing as it does on the end of industrial civilization, are the opportunities it routinely affords for a glimpse at the stranger side of the collective thinking of our time. The last few weeks have been an unusually good source of that experience,…
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by Dr. Ingrid Rimland Zundel THIS ARTICLE was written for mature and thoughtful people who want to understand today in light of yesterday. It was not written for baboons who start to howl the moment they hear “Hitler” — the way the monkeys of my youth used to howl in front of my window in South America…
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by Andrew Hamilton THERE ARE two sides to the gigantic racial spoils system that has been erected since WWII. (ILLUSTRATION: Marxists in velvet) One side consists of affirmative action, institutionalized (anti-white) discrimination, compulsory tax and wealth transfers, educational and job…
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David SimsEssays

A debate with a libertarian, Ockjay, on the merits of the system that is failing us, and would fail us even more if it were unrestrained by David Sims My Opening Statement CAPITALISM has proved to be another system for economic organization that fails in the long run. Both capitalism and socialism work…
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American Dissident VoicesAudioKevin Alfred StromRadio

American Dissident Voices broadcast of June 20, 2015 by Kevin Alfred Strom MOST OF THEIR NAMES are unknown to the public. Some even manage to stay off the quasi-official lists of the richest or highest-paid men, despite having paid themselves billions or hundreds of millions of dollars per year for…
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News

The unending billions that the IMF is demanding from Greece were created out of nothing by the stroke of a banker’s pen. The Greeks owe the bankers nothing. Neither do we. No one owes the banking fraudsters and parasites a single piece of silver, not even a dime. An excellent argument could be made
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Oligarchs want to force everyone to use their electronic debt “money,” which they can make appear and disappear at will, as a means of total control of us, their slaves. A PROPOSED new law in Denmark could be the first step towards an economic revolution that sees physical currencies and…
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American Dissident VoicesAudioKevin Alfred StromRadio

American Dissident Voices broadcast of May 9, 2015 by Kevin Alfred Strom THERE ARE PLACES in some American cities where the police will not go: neighborhoods in Tucson, Los Angeles, and other parts of the American southwest that are turning into Aztlan, where brown drug gangs provide a de facto government…
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by Kerry Bolton EZRA POUND (pictured) was born in a frontier town in Idaho, 1885, the son of an assistant assayer and the grandson of a Congressman. One could say that both economics and politics were in his blood. He enrolled at the University of Pennsylvania in 1901. Pound was an avid reader of Anglo-Saxon,…
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The following is a transcript of a presentation by Matt Koehl to students of a senior Political Science class at a high school in Worthington, Ohio, on January 11, 2005: I WANT TO thank you for giving me this opportunity to discuss with you a few ideas, which I hope will prove both stimulating and challenging.…
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