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THEN AND NOW, the system of thought instituted by Descartes, Bacon, Boyle, and their compatriots has been called the ‘mechanical philosophy,’ because it posits that the universe that is to become the ‘Dominion of Man’ is nothing more than a machine, an inert object that can consequently be observed…
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Over 20 years ago, a landscaper in eastern Germany discovered a formation of trees in a forest in the shape of a beautiful swastika. SINCE THEN, a number of other forest swastikas have been found in Germany and beyond, but the mystery of their origins persist. Blame it on the larches. Brandenburg native…
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The trees cloned are stumps of giants logged in the 19th century. WHEN DAVID MILARCH first learned about ancient coast redwood stumps hidden in California, he says he was “the most thunderstruck” he’d ever been. At about 10 metres in diameter, he’d never heard of any tree…
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by Adolf Hitler THERE ARE CERTAIN TRUTHS which stand out so openly on the roadsides of life that every passerby may see them. Yet, because of their very obviousness, the general run of people disregard such truths or at least they do not make them the object of any conscious knowledge. People are so blind…
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by Racial Consciousness Part One: A Brief Introduction I WAS FORTUNATE ENOUGH to have had a dear friend for some five years who was a retired veteran of the Waffen SS Wiking division: His name was Theodor Junker. He was born in a German village in Romania, and he retired on a small farm in southern Wisconsin.…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims Introductory Note: Here we present some of the most quotable quips and statements and wit from the redoubtable David Sims. Enjoy! “A race that can cross oceans, crosses oceans. A race that can’t cross oceans argues that there is no reason to cross an ocean.” (David Sims)…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims IT WOULD BE wonderful, of course, if humans could stop working against each other and bring their resources to bear cooperatively on worthy tasks. The problem with that is that each subset of humanity seems to have its own value priorities. Most of those priorities are at variance with the…
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by Survive the Jive THE YEW TREE is often found in churchyards and graveyards in England because pagan religious sites were chosen as ideal locations for churches at the time of conversion. Yews were probably sacred to both the Celts and Anglo-Saxons but in Germanic paganism the Ash and the Oak were more…
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American Dissident VoicesAudioKevin Alfred StromRadio

American Dissident Voices broadcast of December 24, 2016 by Kevin Alfred Strom JUST YESTERDAY, as I write this, my fiancée and I celebrated the Solstice and the Yule season in a wood not far from our home in the Pennsylvania mountains. It was cold and the Sun had just set in a fantastic display of gilded…
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by Max Musson MANY PEOPLE dream of a life of tranquillity and plenty. For them nothing could be better than to be a ‘lotus eater’ in some idyllic Shangri-la, where life is free from stress, or worry, or conflict. I often tell people about my encounters with religious zealots who have knocked at my door…
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