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Classic Essays

by Mark Deavin THE FACT that the name of Henry Williamson (pictured) is today so little known across the White world is a sad reflection of the extent to which Western man has allowed himself to be deprived of his culture and identity over the last 50 years. Until the Second World War Williamson was generally…
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by Charles A. Lindbergh (pictured) EDITOR’S NOTE: This piece is the second in a series of articles which will illustrate some of the earlier intimations, in the works of other writers and thinkers, of the central ideas of Dr. William Pierce’s philosophy, Cosmotheism. Here the great aviator, scientist,…
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Essays

IN 1516, Sir Thomas More published his now-famous work, Utopia. One of his recommendations was that housing be constructed for groups of about 30 families in order to create small villages which share common facilities, dinners, and child care. This idea has recently been expanded considerably…
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They have made a pariah out of the man who may have had the highest IQ of all time. WHAT little Homo americanus knows of the social and behavioral sciences is based largely upon the works of Karl Marx and Sigmund Freud, the two learned Elders whose massive tomes, largely unread, are carefully and religiously…
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This is a slightly abridged transcript of a lecture delivered in Newcastle on 19th November, 1900, to the members of the Literary and Philosophical Society by Karl Pearson, F.R.S. (pictured), Professor of Applied Mathematics at University College, London. Karl Pearson was a polymath, born
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver THE PICTURE on the right is reproduced from the cover of Science News, 7 September 1991, where it appears without identification or explanation to call attention to an article about the effect of excessive use of cocaine on the foetus of pregnant women. It is obviously an advertisement…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims NATURE’S LAWS—most fundamentally the conservation of energy—make it unlikely that any living thing, humans included, can avoid competitions with other living things. It would be impossible, instead of merely unlikely, if humans didn’t have access to an abundance of…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

A eulogy of William Pierce by Kevin Alfred Strom (August 3, 2002) IT’S MY SAD DUTY to inform you that my mentor and my friend, William Pierce (pictured), died a few days ago. He and I founded American Dissident Voices ten-and-a-half years ago, and it was his wish that I continue the program now that…
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by Irmin Vinson WE ARE, though most of us don’t yet know it, near the end of a prolonged globalist plan for worldwide eugenics. At least eighty percent of the earth’s human population will be dead at the successful completion of this plan. Some experts, who have studied secret documents extensively,…
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EDITOR’S NOTE: Both of the authors of this anti-eugenics Wall Street Journal piece are of Jewish heritage — surprise, surprise. They want to stop eugenics progress in its tracks, now that truly heritable genetic choice — that is, a kind of conscious evolution — is on the horizon.…
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