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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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Götterdämmerung
by Dr. Peter H. Peel When spring lightly touches,
With hand green and golden,
The mountains and fjords,
Then shouts the sea rover,
“A-viking! A-viking!” The hammers are busy,
On weapon and harness.
Then flashes the broad blade,
In every sea hamlet.
The dragon ships, thirsty,…
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by Hadding Scott APPARENTLY SOME JEW named Ryback has just written a book that includes extensive criticism of Hitler as a writer. Since I have read the first half of Mein KampfEine Abrechnung, in German, I feel qualified to make some comments. People think that Hitler was a terrible writer mainly…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce ST. MARTINS PRESS has just published a fascinating new book. It’s by journalist Gordon Thomas and is titled Gideon’s Spies: the Secret History of the Mossad. Mossad is the name of Israel’s official espionage and assassination agency. The history of…
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Is the purge and intolerance of even mildly nationalist thought — or any kind of thought that does not slavishly toe the Jewish/multiracialist line — as bad in other genres as it is in the fantasy genre? by David Sims HERE IS MY original post on Best Fantasy Books Forum (BFBF): I found this…
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by Dr. William L. Pierce A LISTENER SENT ME a clipping from the New York Times last month, the November 14 edition, and I just got around to reading it. It’s the obituary of a writer and Harvard professor, Dr Richard Marius. Marius had a pretty unremarkable career: a Southern Baptist divinity school…
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Algernon Blackwood by Andrew Hamilton THE NOVELS and stories of English weird fiction writer Algernon Blackwood display racial consciousness. His two best-known works are the novellas “The Willows” (1907) and the “The Wendigo” (1910). There is a decidedly Hemingwayesque quality—…
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Would you read me? I’d read me. WE’RE IN A WAR of words and ideas with our Jewish enemy, but it is also a spiritual battle. A debased White drifting in a poisonous fog of kosher pornography, booze, pills, materialism and aimless hedonism represents no threat to the nation-wrecker, no matter…
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AS WE MARK Voltaire’s 323rd birthday — though the date of 20 February is problematic, — what significance does the great Enlightenment writer have for us now? If I had to be very very short, I’d say that Voltaire lives on as a master of the one-liner. He presents us with a paradox. Voltaire…
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And so, under pressure, censors and removes historical works of which Jews disapprove; how large will their “banned list” get? What are the Jews hiding? Truth does not fear investigation. Editorial Note by Kevin Alfred Strom: Giant, oligopolic sites such as Amazon are de facto public…
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