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by Tom Rowsell FAKE NEWS alert: there are a few fake science articles going around with a new reconstruction of a WHG (Western [European] Hunter Gatherer) skull from England known as Cheddar Man. It was already known that WHG had darker skin than modern Europeans (genes for light skin are absent) and…
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Classic Essays

Jacques de Mahieu, born in Marseilles in 1908, served in a French artillery detachment during World War II. After the war, to avoid persecution for his nationalistic views, he left France for Argentina, where he taught social science and founded the Institute for Human Science. Most of his later years
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America had a long history of population displacements before modern Europeans arrived and built the United States. by Frank Jamger THERE WERE multiple peoples and cultures who lived in North America before the primitive Amerinds encountered by European settlers. Some were relatively advanced,…
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THERE WAS a flourishing civilisation in Northern Europe long before the Viking era. This video shows some archaeological artefacts from England and Sweden dating from the Nordic Bronze Age, the Migration era and the Vendel era. I also have some footage of the living history group Wulfheodenas whose…
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Despite voicing PC views, Jean Manco’s study Ancestral Journeys shows that Europe has always been a land of the European race and that almost all the “migrants” cited came from within Europe — and even the ones who didn’t would be recognized as White today. by John Law…
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by James Harting THE SWASTIKA (or Aryan Cross) is widely recognized as the symbol of National Socialism. It has been used by the NS movement since its inception in Germany nearly 100 years ago. For that reason, some people mistakenly believe that it is only a German insignia. But in fact, the Swastika…
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Their origins and prehistory by Nick Griffin “The whole nation is war-mad, both high-spirited and ready for battle, but otherwise simple, though not uncultured.”
— Strabo, 1st century A.D. geographer “Golden is their hair and golden their garb. They are resplendent in…
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Majority versus minority anthropology ANTHROPOLOGY, which is the study of ethnicity and race, is itself a creation of race. The present-day American anthropologist who does not trace his spiritual ancestry back to “Papa Franz” Boas cannot expect to win any remunerative reputation…
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Despite invasions by Saxons, Romans, Vikings, Normans, and others, the genetic makeup of today’s white Britons is much the same as it was 12,000 ago, a new book claims. IN The Tribes of Britain, archaeologist David Miles says around 80 percent of the genetic characteristics of most white Britons…
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Study by Berkeley linguists gives evidence that ‘Indo-European’ languages first emerged ca. 6500 years ago LINGUISTS HAVE LONG agreed that languages from English to Greek to Hindi, known as ‘Indo-European languages’, are the modern descendants of a language family…
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