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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

Philadelphia, 1905 by Dr. William L. Pierce I SPEND MOST of my time in rural, nearly all-White West Virginia, but last week I was in Philadelphia. While there, I spent some time late Friday night strolling the sidewalks of a commercial and tourist area in eastern Philadelphia, not far from the waterfront.…
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Essays

1 RACIAL FRUSTRATION: we’ve all experienced it.

This frustration often leads even the most kindhearted White people to become angry.

But what do the people of today expect? Our most basic and primal instinct has been telling us that there is something wrong with society today. Deep down, the people’s…
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by Arthur Albion Breathes there the man, with soul so dead, Who never to himself hath said, this is my own, my native land. (Sir Walter Scott) THE SOIL OF A LAND is suited to the men who inhabit it; the soil forms animal and man’s environment; known in German as Umwelt, a word coined by Jakob von Uexküll which…
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GERMANY HAS ALWAYS been a land of immigrants. Anyone can become German and the recent arrivals from the worst available countries are, if anything, more German than the indigenous population. This “multi-kulti” experiment is guaranteed to be successful, even though the criminals…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

Alan Dershowitz by Dr. William L. Pierce LAST SUNDAY I listened to a Harvard Law School professor advocate a return to the use of torture to extract information and confessions from suspects. The professor was Alan Dershowitz. That’s the Jewish lawyer who helped get O.J. Simpson acquitted in…
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by Alex Young WALKING THROUGH London you almost feel like you’ve entered a strange parallel time-line. Someone standing in London a century ago could never have foreseen what we see before us today, and if they could, they would undoubtedly feel an extreme sense of shock and betrayal at what their descendants…
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NewsPerspective

Editor’s Note: Question — How do you make sense of the racial disparities which continue to persist in America despite half a century’s worth of “civil rights” if you believe in the literal equality, sameness, and interchangeability of human populations, otherwise
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John Cleese by Frederick Dixon I NEVER WAS a great fan of John Cleese, his style of humour being a bit too manic for my liking, but I have to hand it to the old boy for stirring up a hornet’s nest a few days ago. You’ll remember the enormous stink that ensued when he said that London was “no longer…
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Meet your new freshmen senators! BACK IN THE distant past, well beyond any coherent memory, some people did something in New York. I don’t really remember much about this minor bump on the road to the “multi-kulti” paradise and it’s probably best to keep it that way. I think…
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Essays

Jimmy Thunlind explains how the development of the countryside in a National Socialist society would solve the problems of today’s big cities and lead to a higher quality of life, more economic self-sufficiency and a responsible use of natural resources. THE VAST MAJORITY of the worst problems in…
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