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Classic Essays

by Insitor Messor DON’T BE servile. Always be ready to act in the interests of our people, and act with quiet, assertive confidence. I took a woman on a date to a restaurant on New Year’s Eve. In the back was a group of our beloved African-American equals, making enough noise to be, well, distasteful.…
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Essays

1 YOU, individually, are the product of your parents. Everything, collectively, is the product of Nature. In the same way that you inherit the qualities of your parents, so too do you inherit the qualities of Nature, of the natural order. 2 The microcosm reflects the macrocosm, and the macrocosm reflects…
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Fiction

by James Bronson THERE ONCE WAS a college freshman named George who thought he knew it all. One night over dinner, George got into an argument with his father. The argument began when the young student tried to explain to his father that as White people, they should be held accountable for all the evils…
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by Matt Koehl Nowhere has the National Socialist position been more distorted and misconstrued than in the field of race relations. Not only has this poisoned the well of public discourse and prevented meaningful dialogue and understanding, but by creating a climate of falsehood and deceit, it has
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Essays

by Ferdinand Bardamu Christianity: the Grandmother of Bolshevism? IN 1933, the German historian Oswald Spengler wrote:
All Communist systems in the West are in fact derived from Christian theological thought. … Christianity is the grandmother of Bolshevism. This alone makes Christianity one…
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Essays

by Ferdinand Bardamu Introduction IF ALL WESTERN SCIENCE and technology were to disappear overnight, the church would not be affected in the slightest; what matters is that the preaching of the gospel continues without pause, nothing else. Christianity and racialism are fundamentally incompatible…
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This is the foreword to a children’s book I picked up in an antique store. — Blake Hood by James Baldwin
from The Story of Siegfried (1931) WHEN THE WORLD was in its childhood, men looked upon the works of Nature with a strange kind of awe. They fancied that everything upon the earth, in the air, or in…
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News

ARE YOU CONCERNED about the future? Do you worry about what kind of world your children will grow up in? Are you skeptical of the idea that moving all the brown third world failures into White nations will somehow magically correct their centuries of pathology? Do you think becoming a hated minority in…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver THE CURRENT (Spring 1992) issue of the Journal of Historical Review contains two articles that have in common questions of what is termed ‘international law.’ The term, although historically explicable, is a misnomer. In the first place, there is no international…
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Essays

by Veiko Hessler AN AWAKENING has taken place in European consciousness. Never before have so many minds almost independently concluded that there is something deeply and irreparably wrong with the system that rules them. Whether in Hungary, Austria, or the United Kingdom an irrepressible torrent…
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