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Classic EssaysNietzsche

Everyone familiar with the world of ideas has heard the term “Nietzschean” invoked as an allusion to the purported beliefs of the great German philosopher, but what does this term really mean and why does it matter? In part four of Nietzsche as Spiritual Warrior, National Vanguard will consider
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Classic EssaysNietzsche

Everyone familiar with the world of ideas has heard the term “Nietzschean” invoked as an allusion to the purported beliefs of the great German philosopher, but what does this term really mean and why does it matter? In part three of Nietzsche as Spiritual Warrior, National Vanguard will explore
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver WE NEED TO BE reminded from time to time of the crucial problem that must be solved if our race is to survive, the Jews’ subversion and inversion of our morality that Nietzsche so clearly analysed in Zur Genealogie der Moral.(1) A novel that marginally touches upon that problem…
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The following is from a speech Sir Mosley gave to the English-Speaking Union in 1933. It is partially reproduced in his book, My Life, and appears on OswaldMosley.com. In it, Sir Mosley responds to the claim that fascism lacks a historical and intellectual basis. OUR OPPONENTS allege that Fascism…
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Nietzsche’s agonizing “God is dead” has become a twentieth century cri de coeur. Although almost everyone knows the text, few know the context. We present below the editor’s translation of the madman sequence from Die Froehliche Wissenschah (Book Three. 125) (ILLUSTRATION:…
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EditorialsWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce THERE IS a general feeling among thoughtful people that everyone ought to be judged as an individual, that it is not quite intellectually or morally respectable to condemn a whole race or a whole nation or all the members of a religious or ethnic group. Common sense tells us that…
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How the small feed on the great “Mit euch, Herr Doktor, zu spazieren, Ist ehrenvoll and bringt Gewinn.” — Goethe’s Faust Julius Frauenstaedt (1813-1879) IT WAS NOT a great event in the history of diplomacy and promotion. The Frankfurt newspapers of July 24, 1846, did not…
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by William Gayley Simpson Part 5 of 7 The author of Which Way Western Man? reaches a new level of understanding of man’s identity and mission, and he begins to gain an awareness of the importance of race (ILLUSTRATION: WILLIAM SIMPSON in early 1939) Editor’s Introduction: The previous…
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by Mark Deavin AFTER FIFTY years of being confined to the Orwellian memory hole created by the Jews as part of their European “denazification” process, the work of the Norwegian author Knut Hamsun (pictured) — who died in 1952 — is reemerging to take its place among the greatest…
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