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David SimsEssays

by Marian Van Court Introductory Note: Though we disagree with the author’s notion that “raising the IQ of Blacks” through eugenics is worth discussing — since we believe that achieving an all-White society must precede the institution of eugenic measures — we recommend…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce World’s First True Men Evolved in Europe
Did Cro-Magnon Man Equal Us? WE HAVE NOW looked at our ancestors’ physical remains — fossil skulls, teeth, and other bones — dating from prehuman times down to the appearance of Cro-Magnon Man, some 37,000 years…
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Classic Essays

As part of our commitment to the celebration of forgotten classics—i.e., great works of the past which have been intentionally flushed down the memory hole by our Orwellian overlords—National Vanguard is proud to present a condensed edition of Lothrop Stoddard’s pioneering treatise The Revolt…
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Essays

by Marian Van Court THIS FAMOUS SCENE from the ceiling of the Sistene Chapel has recently been interpreted in a startling new way. After it was cleaned and restored, the original details were revealed. The vehicle in which God is traveling, along with God himself, all the angels, the sashes, etc, conform…
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Essays

The dumb produce children, while the intelligent produce HR harassment guidelines. I RECENTLY found myself driving along one of America’s multiple Tuskegee Airmen Memorial Trails. And for some reason, my thoughts turned to dysgenics. It’s always struck me as remarkable that eugenics is still…
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American Dissident VoicesAudioKevin Alfred StromRadio

Population control will be necessary, one way or another — the laws of Nature demand it; but we must not let it be used as a weapon against us. American Dissident Voices broadcast of July 2, 2016 by Kevin Alfred Strom THE JEWISH power structure — consisting of almost numberless lavishly-funded…
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Reports

DR. JOHN Evelyn Thorndyke (pictured; illustration from Pearson’s Magazine) and his creator, R. Austin Freeman, are of sufficient stature to deserve a few more words in these pages. Freeman was born in London in 1862, the son of a fashionable tailor. Having no interest in his father’s…
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Classic Essays

He who leaves the plants in a garden to themselves will soon find to his surprise that the garden is overgrown by weeds and that even the basic character of the plants has changed. — Darré
by Richard Walther Darré
Introduction by Max Musson RICHARD Walther Darré, (1895-1953), was head of the department…
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Classic Essays

by H.L. Mencken First published in The American Mercury, August 1937 DISCUSSING IN THE PLACE a few months ago the sorrows roweling the great Republic we live in, I ventured to throw out a double-headed suggestion. The first part of it was to the effect that an easy way to reduce those sorrows today, and…
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Classic Essays

by H.L. Mencken THE RECURRENT EFFORT to eliminate criminal stocks by sterilizing criminals is opposed violently by sentimentalists, and also by the pseudo-scientists who argue fatuously that character is not inheritable. Common experience shows that it is, and all really scientific evidence…
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