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Texas “conservative” Republican Randy K. Weber: “Yes, holy Chosen People, I will introduce the bill you wrote that defines White dissent as ‘domestic terrorism’ and will put Whites who write forbidden slogans in prison for 25 years — and I’ll do it right…
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FRED C. ARENA, a former employee of the Navy Yard in Philadelphia with no criminal record, has been sentenced to 6 months in prison for the process crime of “lying to the FBI.”  According to the indictment, Arena had filled out an electronic questionnaire to obtain a national security clearance…
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Under the new law, public display of National Socialist (NS) symbols in works of science, literature and art will not be considered as extremism when it is done “to form negative attitudes” to the ideology of National Socialism. RUSSIAN President Vladimir Putin has signed a law allowing…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce
National Socialist World, Winter 1968 In a sense, this essay is a precursor of [Dr. Pierce’s] shift in approach from the National Socialist White Peoples Party to the National Youth Alliance. (James Harting) TWO CLASSES of concepts which are fundamentally different…
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GOVERNOR Ron DeSantis of Florida recently signed a bill which added ‘anti-Semitism’ to the list of outlawed forms of discrimination in Florida, equating it with other forms of racial discrimination, reported the Tallahassee Democrat. The definition of Anti-Semitism under this law includes everything…
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THE JEWISH LOBBY in America has suffered an important setback in their attempts to stifle criticism of Israel with the striking down by a US federal judge of the “anti-boycott, divestment and sanctions” (BDS) law in Texas, on the grounds that it violates freedom of speech under the country’s first amendment…
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Mark Potok, defendant by Kevin MacDonald GLEN ALLEN, an attorney from Baltimore, is doing what I wish I had been able to do a long time ago: sue the SPLC. His case is much stronger and much more sympathy-inducing than mine would have been. Basically, the SPLC got Allen fired from his job with the city of Baltimore…
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by David Sims MY FIRST IMPRESSION after hearing of the case of Jumiana Nagarwala was that Congress certainly does have a Constitutional mandate to ban female genital mutilation. It’s in the Fifth Amendment. A woman’s genitals are her property, just as much as her arms and her legs, of which…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce I AM PLEASED to see that the public reaction to Bill Clinton’s last-minute pardons of so many Jewish criminals is continuing to snowball. How can even the dullest lemmings fail to notice that the two cases making the most headlines are, first, the case of Marc Rich and his…
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by Dale Bennett and National Vanguard staff THIS WEEK MARKS the 103rd anniversary of the death of Leo Frank, who was lynched on August 17, 1915 by some of the leading citizens of Atlanta, outraged at a corrupt governor’s commutation of his death sentence. The Leo Frank case marked a major turning…
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