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Rejecting the spiritual cancer that has infected our race will be like placing a great, unstoppable sword into our hands. (painting by Espen Olsen Sætervik; purchase his works) by Wolf Stoner Conclusion NATURE IS VERY PATIENT and just, but harsh. She can wait for a long time and gives multiple opportunities…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims WHEN I SORT MORAL perspectives in terms of quality, the lowest of them all is the slave morality of Christianity. Christianity caught on first among the slaves of the late Roman Empire. Because they were too cowardly to pursue what they really wanted, they turned self-denial, self-abasement,…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims THERE ARE MANY voices in the media and the academy telling us that the defining characteristic of White people is the evil we do. But that isn’t a defining characteristic of our race at all. No. What White people are, overall, is the most capable race. Other races have done every bad…
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Essays

by Blake Hood Real thought is an experience. It begins as a change in the blood, a slow convulsion and revolution in the body itself. It ends as a new piece of awareness, a new reality in mental consciousness.To be a man! To risk your body and your blood first, and then to risk your mind. All the time, to risk…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims WHY IS IT THAT nearly every question of this kind — i.e., on the nature of morality — quickly accrues more than 100 answers on online forums? Are these questions so easy that anyone at all can answer them? But, okay, I’ll give it a try too. I think that philosophers know as little about ethics,…
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Classic Essays

OVER AGAINST ALL this, the völkisch concept of the world recognizes that the primordial racial elements are of the greatest significance for mankind. In principle, the State is looked upon only as a means to an end and this end is the conservation of the racial characteristics of mankind. Therefore…
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Douglas MercerEssays

by Douglas Mercer FAMOUSLY, in the movie Chinatown the character played by John Huston is buying up all the land he can north of Los Angeles. He plans to incorporate the area into the city and watch the dollar bills rain down. Jack Nicholson’s character (Jake Gittes) is incredulous and asks him:…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver Appendix: Stoicism THE MOST IMPORTANT fact about Stoicism is that it was not a product of the Greek mind and was therefore an alien doctrine foisted onto the Aryan peoples of Antiquity. (A1) Stoicism was founded in the last years of the fourth century B.C. by Zeno, a Semite (‘Phoenician’),…
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EssaysGuest opinionH. Millard

by H. Millard ARMAN SAYS that many others have also been touched by God, but many may not have received the full messages as Arman has. Nevertheless, if a Holy Book collecting in one place the true wishes of God as put into words by various Whites in various ways were to be published, David Lane’s 14
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims I HAVE noticed that philosophers almost continually speak as if they could create morality by making their preferences known; i.e., as if the truth about morality were something to be decided, rather than something to be discovered. I think that the reverse is the case. Morality evolved…
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