Posts Tagged

Language

Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Noam Chomsky by Revilo P. Oliver THE Scientific American, May 1990, contains (pp. 40 ff.) an eulogy of Noam Chomsky, the Jewish linguist who is perhaps the best known figure in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Although newspapers delight in reporting such statements as his charge that the…
Read More
News

The Jewish-instigated invasion is deadly because of biology — because it is racial replacement, spelling death for ourselves, our families, our nation, and — most importantly — our race. Language is an indicator and a symptom of this deadly peril. ONE IN FIVE American residents…
Read More
Classic Essays

PROPAGANDISTS KNOW that anything repeated often enough and loudly enough will eventually become accepted as gospel. How long will it be, then, before BLACK IS BEAUTIFUL becomes part and parcel of our thought patterns? Another ten years? Twenty years? Fifty years? A hundred years? But contrary to…
Read More
Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver I HAVE JUST got around to reading the second volume of the University of Cincinnati’s Classical Studies, which contains the second series of lectures in memory of Louise Taft Semple, a gracious lady, accomplished hostess, generous patron of scholarship, and highly intelligent…
Read More
Essays

by Hadding Scott THE MEANING of the German word Volk is of great consequence. Sometimes the interpretation of this single word makes all the difference between whether a particular statement from somebody like Heinrich Himmler does or does not appear to represent an intention to kill all Jews. In…
Read More
News

Introductory Note by Kevin Alfred Strom: My family preserved some old Norwegian and Norwegian-American periodicals from the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and I recall the life rune and death rune being used to mark births and deaths in them — but none of the articles were written in runic…
Read More
Classic Essays

SINCE in an economic sense the Mexicans — both those long resident here and the newly arrived — are usually in the lower levels and since illiteracy so often accompanies poverty, we should not a priori expect these people to speak with elegance and refinement. They do not. The majority…
Read More
News

BIRDS MAY NOT be so bird-brained after all. A study of Japanese tits has shown they can “speak in phrases”, an ability previously thought to be the unique preserve of humans. Displaying talents that may force us to revise our traditional notions of human superiority, Japanese tits — close relatives…
Read More
Essays

by James Harting SCHOLARS tell us that there are more words in English than in any other language. Estimates run between 600,000 and 1 million words. (Swahili, in contrast has 20,000 words.) Most of these words are technical terms, and no one is expected to know every word in the English language. (ILLUSTRATION:…
Read More
NewsReports

EDITOR’S NOTE: Actually, “American” — as redefined by our enemies to mean any featherless biped between the Rio Grande and the 49th Parallel — is “problematic,” to use the PC nutcase term. We prefer the definition of the Founding Fathers (accepted by…
Read More