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When it comes to the governance of their host nations, Jews dislike the nation-state, and prefer the super-state. A super-state reduces the number of rulers and officials they have to corrupt and bribe; it facilitates covert movement of persons, stolen money, and goods of all kinds over a wider area;
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THE STUDY of history by truth-seekers (sometimes called revisionists) has may aspects besides going back to check the “official” version of events presented by the victors in a war to see if they are accurate. Another form of revisionist history is counterfactual historical analysis
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver A FAIRLY LONG article, “The Emergence of Maya Civilization,” by Professor Norman Hammond of Rutgers University was published in the Scientific American for August 1986. It describes many vestiges of Mayan culture, many of them recently discovered, including, for…
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American Dissident VoicesAudioKevin Alfred StromRadio

American Dissident Voices broadcast of 22 June, 2019 by Kevin Alfred Strom THIS WEEK my name was in the news worldwide. The vaguely leftist actor John Cusack retweeted my quote about learning who rules over you by finding out who you can’t criticize. The graphic with the quote in his retweet showed…
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Video

THIS NEW video by YouTube producer ReallyGraceful is very well-done, although there are a (very) few mistakes in it — Leo Frank’s trial jury is conflated with the grand jury, for example. This piece is a sign that we in the alternative media are making a real difference in how this case is…
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Essays

by Oswald Spengler THE QUESTION WHETHER world peace will ever be possible can only be answered by someone familiar with world history. To be familiar with world history means, however, to know human beings as they have been and always will be. There is a vast difference, which most people will never comprehend,…
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Classic Essays

by Robert Morgan IN FEBRUARY 2002, Eli M. Rosenbaum, boss of the witch-hunting Office of Special Investigations (OSI), a unit within the U.S. “Justice” Department’s Criminal Division, easily persuaded a pliant federal judge, Paul Ramon Matia (an appointee of the first President Bush), to once again…
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Professor Faurisson’s last public statement and Vincent Reynouard’s illuminating speech are highlights. A Telling Films production: Historical Exactitude Private Gathering, October 2018 by Lady Michele Renouf THIS HISTORIC gathering records the triumphant swan song (against…
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Essays

by John I. Johnson ELIOT JANEWAY, who will be remembered by older National Vanguard readers as an unavoidable face and name on network television, the slick magazines, and even luxury goods advertisements 35 years ago, began his career as an “economic commentator” by positioning…
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Kevin Alfred StromNews

by Kevin Alfred Strom HAROLD COVINGTON, who died this week, does not deserve to receive accolades or be remembered as a comrade. He was not a comrade. He consciously sought to ruin our cause and the good fighters who were and are fighting for it. He was a talented writer — and an unscrupulous liar.…
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