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Classic Essays

The following is an excerpt from Der Deutsche Staat auf nationaler und sozialer Grundlage (The German State on a National and Social Basis), by Gottfried Feder, originally written in 1923, 17th edition, Munich, 1933. Translation of excerpt 1982, by F.B., Australia. by Gottfried Feder “WHEN THE STATE…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

The savings and loan debacle by Revilo P. Oliver THE SCANDALOUS AFFAIR of the Savings & Loan Associations, also known as Building & Loan Associations, has received relatively little attention from its victims, the American taxpayers. Perhaps the world’s beasts of burden are so used…
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David SimsEssays

In the case of the West, the predatory elite — “the 1%” — consists of Jews. by David Sims LEE CAMP wrote: “99% of us are good-hearted people who respect others and want peace. The other 1% rule the world and tell us we’re at war.” There’s a little more…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims THE ECONOMIST online published an article about the desirability of getting the BRIC countries (Brazil, Russia, India, and China) “on our side” — which expression is probably a circumlocution. What they might mean is that it would be desirable to ensnare those four…
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Essays

by Andrew Joyce JOSEPHUS, the first-century Jewish “historian,” anticipated many of his co-ethnic apologists in Against Apion, his two-volume defense of Judaism. In it, Josephus contested the early reputation for Jewish economic unscrupulousness, arguing that robbery “is alien to us, as are…
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Essays

by Andrew Joyce ONE OF THE standout stars of the online moneylending business is Al Goldstein, a Jew from Uzbekistan who arrived in America with his family in 1988. Goldstein is the co-founder and CEO of AvantCredit.com, one of America’s fastest growing online providers of consumer loans. After securing…
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Reports

by Andrew Joyce  “Interest on debts grows without rain.” — Yiddish Proverb SOME THINGS never change, and one of these things seems to be the Jewish connection to usury. During a recent conversation with a good friend who now finds himself at the sharp end of the financial downturn, he mentioned…
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