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CommentaryEssays

by Saxon Day LIBERTARIANISM IS a soul-sickening ideology that will be the death of the White world. The “great heroine” of libertarians is a crass Jew who called herself “Ayn Rand,” and who said that racialism was “collectivism,” which was “immoral.”…
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Douglas MercerEssays

by Douglas Mercer I’m simple, man, simple, with a simple view of things: If it’s White it’s right. You got that right.All right?Keep it White. * * * TOO LATE TO do any good, Winston Churchill realized that in World War 2 we “fought the wrong pig,” echoing Patton’s…
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David SimsEssays

It may be hard for truly idealistic men and women like National Alliance members and the better kind of NV readers to understand, but the vast majority of humans, especially a majority of those who pose as idealists, are not motivated by moral principles, but by raw calculations of gain and loss. by David…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims I HAVE WRITTEN many times that the only iron-clad and specifically clear version of morality can be discovered by observing what survives as the result of its practice — and what dies off because of failing to practice it. I have said that nothing matters to the dead, and only to something…
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David SimsEssays

The synergy of philosophy and science — and the limits of philosophy in the absence of science by David Sims THE QUOTES below are from the semi-Politically Incorrect pop-philosopher Stefan Molyneux. “Philosophy is the greatest intellectual discipline in the realm of human thought.”…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims MORALITY isn’t the same thing as justice. Morality is a guide to behavior that puts values (such as justice) into a hierarchy, in which some values are higher, or greater, than other values are. Proper morality, or a moral system that does what moral systems ought to do, is about survival,…
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Essays

Strength is morality. Weakness is sin. Weakness requires punishment. If you’re weak, if you’re obese, if you’re a drug addict, become less so. Become stronger. Move towards the sun. Become more coherent. Become more articulate. Cast more of a shadow. It’s almost a type of positive behaviorism…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims IT IS OFTEN SAID that the well-being of the individual organism is the highest moral goal of any organism. But that is false. Rather, the well-being (survival, enhanced prospects) of the particular group of organisms that made his own existence possible is the highest moral goal of any…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

Discipline, Germany, c. 1945 by Dr. William L. Pierce WELL, the murder of White farmers and the gang-rape of White women by AIDS-infected Blacks continues apace in South Africa, as does the seizure and trashing of White farms in Rhodesia. Rhodesia’s Black dictator, Robert Mugabe, is boasting openly…
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David SimsEssays

What can exist forever is infinitely more valuable than what exists for a short span. And what does not exist, and cannot exist, is worthless. by David Sims A RANDIAN libertarian said to me: “I don’t agree with [the idea] that the moral person puts the needs of the group above the needs of the…
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