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by Andrew Hamilton A COLORFUL yet enigmatic figure in the postwar American racialist movement was the well-to-do anti-Jewish businessman DeWest “West” Hooker (1918–1999). His portrait emerges primarily through self-descriptions he provided to leading white activists (the most notable of…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce WHAT WOULD I do without Bill Clinton in the White House to provide me with a non-stop source of material? Unfortunately, this latest escapade of his, involving not just another bimbo romp but also perjury, suborning of perjury, obstruction of justice, and a number of other …
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce I’VE RECEIVED more letters in response to last week’s broadcast than I have to any three other broadcasts, and I am very gratified. I expected that some of our Ukrainian and Russian listeners would respond well to what I said last week about the horrible fate…
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Classic Essays

It was a media creation and it happened in 1976, not 1945 — prior to that time, the term was seldom connected with World War 2 Jewish atrocity stories. HERE’S HOW it happened. In 1976 Paul Klein (pictured), NBC executive vice president of programming, and Irwin Segelman, NBC executive…
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News

ON JANUARY 29th, the Swedish Aftonbladet newspaper reported that a number of migrants were attacked by a gang of “neo-Nazis” at the Stockholm railway station. The story spread like wildfire; many news organizations, including BBC, caught wind and wrote their own pieces on the matter. There was only…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce (1999) TODAY I want to talk with you about something I’ve already mentioned on several earlier programs, but with the trial of Bill Clinton now starting in the Senate, I believe it’s worth discussing again. That is the fact that well over half of the American electorate…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce ONE OF THE most profoundly depressing experiences an American can subject himself to these days is watching the various presidential candidates campaigning on his television screen. My god, what a sorry spectacle! Bush and McCain, Gore and Bradley: these are the “leaders” …
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Reports

by Henry Dampier THE WORLD Wide Web became popular on a wave of general optimism. The idea was that this network would give anyone with a computer equal and free access to unprecedented stores of knowledge. What public libraries did to democratize knowledge, the internet would do – but faster, better,…
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Essays

by Mark Weber DURING THE Second World War, George Orwell (pictured) wrote a weekly radio political commentary, designed to counter German and Japanese propaganda in India, that was broadcast over the BBC overseas service. His wartime work for the BBC was a major inspiration for his monumental novel,…
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Essays

THE fake Jewish “Holocaust” narrative is constantly and endlessly promoted, reinforced, and perpetuated not only by our mainstream educational and political establishment, but — perhaps even more importantly — also by the mass media and “entertainment” complex centered in Hollywood.…
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