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Friedrich Hayek by John I. Johnson AUSTRIAN-BORN philosopher and economist Friedrich August von Hayek (1899-1992) is well-known as an intellectual advocate of free markets. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics in 1974. Hayek’s best-known work is The Road to Serfdom, a dissent from socialism…
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by Max Musson MOST PEOPLE fall into the trap of believing that there is either; 1. A fully formed, often anthropomorphised, conscious, sentient, all knowing, all powerful, all loving God, who has a particular interest in, and cares for us; or 2. There is no God. Dawkins is good at demolishing belief…
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Classic EssaysNietzsche

Everyone familiar with the world of ideas has heard the term “Nietzschean” invoked as an allusion to the purported beliefs of the great German philosopher, but what does this term really mean and why does it matter? In this series we will examine excerpts from Nietzsche’s
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American Dissident VoicesAudioKevin Alfred StromRadioRevilo P. Oliver

A rational look at the Jewish Question: To what extent are Jewish thought processes distinct from those of Europeans? American Dissident Voices broadcast of September 9, 2017 Listen to the broadcast by Kevin Alfred Strom DO JEWS have a mentality as different from ours as a parasite’s is from…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

by Kevin Alfred Strom WE MUST survive as a people. In ages past no one needed to explain that. We knew it in our hearts, in our souls. We knew we must survive. It was the unspoken assumption that made our work worthwhile, our cooperation necessary, and our patriotism vital and alive. In today’s urbanized,…
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Classic EssaysNietzsche

Everyone familiar with the world of ideas has heard the term “Nietzschean” invoked as an allusion to the purported beliefs of the great German philosopher, but what does this term really mean and why does it matter? In part two of Nietzsche as Spiritual Warrior, National Vanguard…
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Andrew HamiltonEssays

Dilemma: a problem seemingly incapable of a satisfactory solution. by Andrew Hamilton WE ARE concerned with White survival and the establishment of a White social order. How is this to be accomplished? Who stands in our way? What is to be done? Racially, Jews wield power. Nobody else comes close.…
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Classic EssaysNietzsche

Everyone familiar with the world of ideas has heard the term “Nietzschean” invoked as an allusion to the purported beliefs of the great German philosopher, but what does this term really mean and why does it matter? Well, to answer this question, below I’ve posted 
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American Dissident VoicesAudioKevin Alfred StromRadio

American Dissident Voices broadcast of March 11, 2017 Listen to the broadcast by Kevin Alfred Strom WE STYLE OURSELVES Homo sapiens, from the Latin meaning “wise man,” but this hubristic and grandiose christening of ourselves is either plain wrong — or a thousand years premature.…
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The aphorisms of one of Europe’s greatest philosophers, part 5
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translated by Joseph D. Pryce APHORISMS 401-515 401. False and True in Nietzsche. The best, the deepest, and the most true of all the discoveries that Nietzsche has won for…
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