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European prehistory

Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce GENERATIONS of American and European schoolchildren have been taught about the “cradle of civilization” in the Middle East, from which cultural innovations supposedly spread out to other lands, eventually illuminating even the darkest corners of barbarian Europe. (ILLUSTRATION:…
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Classic EssaysVideo

We’ve all heard about the Indo-European invasion of India — but did expansions of proto-Europeans also take place from East to West and South to North? This author thinks so, and offers thought-provoking evidence. by Druuis Belenios Ategnatos THE CELTIC PEOPLES are defined for the purpose…
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FictionH. Millard

by H. Millard “LOOK MAN,” said Homeless Jack, “the White world has gone nutty, and too many of our people are buying this absurd anti-nature, so-called anti-racism baloney to the point where otherwise sane people try to deny that our most basic and most important identity isn’t…
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FictionH. Millard

by H. Millard “MAN, people have it wrong about people who believe as I believe,” said Homeless Jack. “They call us supremacists or this or that and they say we think we’re perfect or the best or whatever. (ILLUSTRATION: Charles Darwin) “In fact, we don’t think…
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