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John I. Johnson

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Sir Walter Scott by John I. Johnson Breathes there the man, with soul so dead,
Who never to himself hath said,
“This is my own, my native land!”
Whose heart hath ne’er within him burn’d
As home his footsteps he hath turn’d,
From wandering on a foreign strand?
If such there breathe,…
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That’s why it’s called totalitarianism… by John I. Johnson DO YOU REMEMBER Matt Hale — the leader of the pro-White Church of the Creator who was denied his law license — and was eventually railroaded into essentially life imprisonment by a paid government infiltrator?…
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“Our great deeds,” now “half-forgotten things.” Of weariness, and the fatal desire for rest and death . . . submitted and selected by John I. Johnson “On the tenth day we set foot on the land of the lotos-eaters who eat a flowering food. . . . I sent forth certain of my company…
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Censorship of “hate speech” is genocide. by John I. Johnson PERHAPS THE MOST fundamental of all rights is the right of biological and cultural group survival, the attempt to destroy which, whether committed by governments or by ostensibly non-governmental entities such as organized Jewry,…
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by John I. Johnson NOVELIST JACK LONDON (pictured; 1876-1916), the author of The Call of the Wild (1903), was the subject of a very good Web site hosted by the University of California at Berkeley (now archived). The site’s administrators write, “Because he was an autodidact, London’s ideas…
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Thought has been the father of every advance since time began.
IBM pioneer Thomas J. Watson, pictured, creator of IBM’s ubiquitous motto “Think” And we must study through reading, listening, discussing, observing, and thinking. We must not neglect any one of those ways of…
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by John I. Johnson C’MON. ADMIT IT. You knew Whites didn’t have the imagination — or the gumption — for this kind of thing. “Sheeny” Look this word up in Webster’s Third New International Dictionary and you’ll read, “origin unknown.” But in The Grandees: America’s
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Federal Judge Lucy Koh 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…
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Roman Polanski with actresses Eva Green and Emmanuelle Seigner at Cannes in 2017; he evaded trial in 1977 after raping a 13-year-old girl, and has been making films, strongly supported by the Jewish film establishment, ever since. by John I. Johnson JEWISH WRITER Amy Zimmerman of the Left-wing Daily
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by Michael Hill THE LEAGUE OF THE SOUTH went to Charlottesville, Virginia, on Saturday, 12 August 2017, for two main reasons: to spread our nearly quarter-century old message of Southern nationalism and independence and to stand with our allies on the right in defense of the memory of one of our heroes:…
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