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MORE AND MORE White people are becoming aware of the fact that if present political trends continue, the destiny of their descendants will be to live as a persecuted minority dominated by people who see them as racial adversaries. Resistance to this is mobilising, largely via the Internet. The United…
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by Hadding Scott [The audio clip contains some raw language; it should not be played by or in the presence of children. — Ed.] YOU MAY RECALL THAT Dylann Roof’s utterly pointless shooting-spree in a Negro church spurred a holy crusade to abolish everything that would betoken a negative…
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THIS OCTOBER, Facebook and Twitter deleted the accounts of hundreds of users, including many alternative media outlets maintained by American users. Among those wiped out in the coordinated purge (along with innumerable pro-White and Jew-critical accounts, of course) were popular sites that…
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Essays

by David Sims CHRIS McDonough is a Republican candidate for St. Charles County Circuit Judge, Division 4 in Missouri. He is a pro-life conservative. A few days ago, Facebook removed from McDonough’s Facebook page an image he had posted showing a premature baby [his own nephew!] in a neonatal…
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Calls Jewish-run online giant a “private actor” with no requirement to be fair or open Introduction by John I. Johnson: Interestingly, the plaintiff who complained that Jewish-owned Google/YouTube is censoring him, is “conservative” Jew Dennis Prager. In this decision,…
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Andrew HamiltonEssays

by Andrew Hamilton SHOULD WHITES OPPOSED to policies of genocide, anti-White racism, and totalitarianism utilize Scribd as their sole free document-sharing platform? Several individuals and organizations do so. They should reconsider this decision, or at least post publicly accessible, printable
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TWITTER IS abandoning its free speech policies and will begin banning Whites who expose or oppose the ongoing genocide of their race. In what amounts to a major shift in Twitter policy, the company announced on Friday that it will be monitoring user’s behavior “on and off the platform”…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce SOMETIMES THE MOST important things occur virtually unnoticed, while people’s attention is focused on things of no consequence. Last week, while everyone was glued to his television screen, oohing and ahing over Hurricane Floyd and watching the huge traffic jams of…
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by Veiko Hessler SINCE ITS INCEPTION the Internet has always been a guarantor of human freedom. It is the lone unmolested, unmediated, and free channel in which the endless flow of ideas and associations can take place. It is undoubtedly the greatest technological and intellectual achievement of…
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by Michael Walsh WHILST MEDIA TRY to keep the lid on news of growing dissent, there is foreboding of seismic change among the 28 nations of the splintering European Union. The collapse of the Euro is openly discussed, as is grim acceptance that the political elite won’t be “infallible”…
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