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ON A ROUTINE VISIT to my doctor this week when the subject of White disempowerment arose. She laughed at the very idea but wore a more pensive expression after I cited some supporting evidence. Reflecting later I realised that I could have come up with some additional material. This is a vital subject…
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All the double-talk about “bad actors” is just a cover for what amounts to this: The government and mass media and Facebook all agree; it is fine for Blacks, Jews, and others to use advertising targeted toward members of their own race — but it is forbidden, even criminal, for Whites
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by Martin Kerr THE BASIC MEANING of the word “history,” as most people understand, it is “the record of past events.” That is close to the truth, but a more exact definition would be, “the record of past events that are remembered.” The truth is that human memory, whether individual or collective, is…
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by David Sims THE PEOPLE who are saying that an impartial application of the civil rights laws would not require a gay baker to bake a “God Hates Gays” cake are wrong. Gays don’t get to set limits on the rights of other people to hold religious beliefs. They think that they do. But they…
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EDITOR’S NOTE:  Our most fundamental right is to live in a society composed solely of our own people. But so long as we are in an unnatural, multiracial society, we should possess the right to associate — or not associate — with whomever, or whatever group, we wish. We should especially…
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Meanwhile, Jews in US and other Western nations are the main force behind forcibly taking away our rights to sell or associate — or not sell or associate — with whomever we choose.
A KNESSET INTERIOR COMMITTEE meeting erupted into a shouting match after MK Bezalel Smotrich (Bayit Yehudi)…
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by David Sims AMERICAN GOVERNMENT is a government of limited powers, and one of the limitations is the First Amendment. That being so, the authority of our government to prevent discrimination is limited to the policies and practices of the government itself, to ensure that all citizens are equals…
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