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WE’RE NOT going to find any common cause with a Jewish enemy who wants us all to die in pain and the dark inferiors they use as shock troops against us. This might seem obvious, but it’s still a stunning revelation for a large segment of the White population who sincerely believes we can somehow…
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by Survive the Jive IN THE MUSIC VIDEO for “Merry Christmas Everyone” by Welsh rock ‘n’ roll singer Shakin Stevens we see a clear example of the dormant Jungian Odinic archetype manifesting in popular culture. It begins with a towheaded Anglo-Saxon child boarding an aeroplane and flying to Hyperborea…
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The pathetic self-hate of the old American elite started early, as this 1980 satire makes clear. by Cholly Bilderberger BOOK-IN-SEARCH-OF-AN-AUTHOR (AND A PUBLISHER): Scion of a leading family somewhere on the Eastern Seaboard, Bannister Trumbull is troubled through his years at Groton and Harvard…
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Classic EssaysHumor

by Cholly Bilderberger (1980) A MUSICAL-YOU’VE-ALWAYS-WANTED-TO-SEE-BUT-HAVE-DESPAIRED-OF-FINDING-ON-BROADWAY: “Goldburgle!”, a tender allegory on the racial issue. Excitingly contemporary but with some very novel twists, this is the wonderfully real story of the…
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Classic EssaysHumor

“Differently Intelligent children are just as good as any other children. The failure to appreciate this is merely a form of intellectual racism. If Differently Intelligent children don’t measure up, then it is time to change the yardstick.” — Stephen Jay Goldfinger, Biologist,
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by David Sims BEHOLD, Cadimella — Uganda’s “space satellite.” No. Not really. Like all other Black African aerospace achievements, Cadimella is a hoax. It’s an aluminum box, decorated with lights and strips of gadgetry that were probably bought online from Europe,…
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David SimsHumor

Let’s start today with a rousing song! by David Sims THE BATTLE HYMN of the Republic was originally an American Christian-patriotic song composed shortly before the American Civil War, with words by Julia Ward Howe. The new words, composed by myself, are sung to the same tune. The “Fourteenth”…
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Having purpose in life is vital by Dean Darcy I WAS dusting and rearranging my collection of porcelain Aunt Jemimas when a memory of Stepin’ Fetchit came to mind. Stepin’ Fetchit was a Black movie star in the 1920s — the first Black movie star, and a true representative of his people.…
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by Dean Darcy Mankind cannot stand too much reality. — T.S. Eliot THIS article has been altered. It has been formatted to fit your monitor. The last thing we want the multiculturalists to think is that their death march into the cosmic gloaming of diversity is going to bring us down. If you want to…
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Classic EssaysFictionH. MillardHumor

…am I an isopterophobe? by H. Millard CALL ME Joe. My house fell down today. Now I’m out on the street with my family. We’re not alone; all of my neighbors’ houses have also fallen down and we’re all out here wondering what we can do next. Our government has turned its back…
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