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Heroism

Essays

[T]he power of the hero… [W]hat we need is not more people telling us that ‘they will change things from the inside and take over a mainstream party’ but a new political messiah. by Karl Radl IRVING E. COX’S 1955 science fiction novella, The Cartels Jungle,  tells the story of how a newly retired…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce ON EARLIER American Dissident Voices broadcasts I’ve spoken about our problems with Blacks, with Asian immigrants, with Mestizos, and of course, with Jews — especially about our problems with Jews, in deference to their demand always to be at the head of the…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Le Courage est leur patrie by Fabrice Laroche and François d’Orcival reviewed by Revilo P. Oliver TREASON IS merely commonplace in the United States today. And the last frantic decrees of Suppiluliumas II have survived to remind us that treason was equally commonplace in the Hittite Empire in 1290…
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Essays

by James Harting THE AMERICAN political thinker and activist Francis Parker Yockey (1917-1960) is best known, and rightly so, for his magnum opus, Imperium: The Philosophy of History and Politics (1948). (ILLUSTRATION: The Hero of the Second World War) Yockey dedicated Imperium to “The…
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