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They’re hungry. So they feed. by Douglas Mercer NAPOLEON famously lamented that “the Jews are like locusts and they eat my France!” Brave last words. This man of battle once tried to solve the Jewish Question and got hoodwinked by the rabbis. Earlier, in 1799, Napoleon dreamed of marching into…
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Otto von Bismarck and Adolf Hitler pursued similar goals under different circumstances. Adolf Hitler’s Goals and Personality 
(1930)
by Dr. Johannes Stark
translated by Hadding Scott, 2012 II. The Leader All progress and all culture of humanity are not born from the majority, but rely…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Edward VIII by Revilo P. Oliver EDWARD VIII succeeded his father, George V, on 20 January 1936, and abdicated the throne on 11 December of the same year. The ostensible reason for his abdication was his determination to marry “the woman he loved,” his mistress, an American divorcee named…
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A local resident defending the Baden-Powell statue in Poole, Dorset THE ASSAULT on British history continues, with Lord Baden-Powell (founder of the Boy Scouts and Girl Guides) the latest target. Locals in Poole, Dorset, rallied in defence of the Baden-Powell statue, and the local council announced…
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by Leon Degrelle “HITLER — You knew him — what was he like?” I have been asked that question a thousand times since 1945, and nothing is more difficult to answer. Approximately two hundred thousand books have dealt with the Second World War and with its central figure, Adolf Hitler. But has…
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Survive the Jive recently published some excerpts from an ancient Chinese text which give us insights into a massive genocide of Whites by Asians which has been given close to zero publicity in media, academic, and political circles. He stated on social media yesterday: “THEY ARE the tallest among…
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EssaysHadding Scott

by Hadding Scott THIS IS AN excerpt from the Outlaw Conservative show of 27 November 2019. A Little More Information About Squanto He was the sole survivor of a disease epidemic that struck the Patuxet tribe, who had lived at the site of Plymouth before the Pilgrims. The Patuxet had been part of the Wampanoag…
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Detail from Vasily Vereshchagin, Napoleon I on the Borodino Heights (1897). Oil on canvas, State Historical Museum, Moscow by Andrew Hamilton When speaking of Napoleon’s genius as a statesman, we must never forget (among other things) that it was he who finally reduced the Gallican Church…
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The Iron Chancellor, the man who created modern Germany, acted imprudently where Jews were concerned. by Alfred Rosenberg
translated by Hadding Scott THE BIRTHDAY of the Iron Chancellor was reverently observed in all parts of Germany even in 1921. Now that his work lies in heaps of rubble, having been…
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Christianity is the greatest regression humanity has ever experienced: The Jew has thrown back humanity one and a half thousand years — Hitler’s Table Talk THE PRESENT BOOK is an abridged translation of some chapters of the first three volumes of Karlheinz Deschner’s ten-volume Kriminalgeschichte
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