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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 — The Antichrist, we present 
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Essays

by John I. Johnson IT HAS BEEN an issue for some time whether neoconservative, pro-Jewish international broadcast and newspaper baron Rupert Murdoch is part Jewish. His Wikipedia entry makes no mention of any Jewish ancestry, but that source sometimes does not do so even when it exists. One of Murdoch’s…
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The 5 Towns Jewish Times article excerpted below shows a definite, consistent pattern of whoring for Jewish interests at the expense of White American interests on the part of Lyndon Baines Johnson — and suggests a biological explanation. A FEW MONTHS AGO, the Associated Press reported that…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Actually, no fewer than eight Jesuses were Jewish. by Revilo P. Oliver THE HEBREW NAME which is vocalized as Yēhōshūa (=Joshua) and means “God is riches” (or, in more up-to-date English, “God is money”), was colloquially contracted (as our “William” is contracted…
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Reports

Clark looks White and leader-like, despite his Jewish ancestry, and bridges the totalitarian “liberal” and worship-the-military “conservative” pathologies that now infect America. RAISED a Southern Baptist who later converted to Roman Catholicism, Gen. Wesley…
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EDITOR’S NOTE: Well, considering that Fetchit is a nominal Christian (a religion with Jewish roots), with Muslim heritage (another religion with Jewish roots), who wears a yarmulke and declares his eternal loyalty to the Jewish state, and who is guided and controlled by Jewish handlers, perhaps…
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EDITOR’S NOTE: The Nobel chairman for the last fifteen years, Marcus Storch (whose father was the head of the Swedish branch of the World Jewish Congress), has been replaced by a Swede in 2014. And — surprise, surprise — there is no Nobel laureate of Jewish descent this year. As the…
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