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David SimsEssays

by David Sims MAYBE YOU’D like to know what’s wrong with the world — to hear it summarized in a few words. Okay. The fear of reduced circumstances will induce nearly anyone to live falsely. A threat to the paycheck will make most people pretend to believe every lie they ever heard. But…
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Andrew HamiltonEssays

by Andrew Hamilton I STOPPED reading contemporary literature — works by living novelists and short story writers — when I was in my late teens or early twenties. I found it aesthetically and intellectually unrewarding. The sole exception was the work of journalist-turned-novelist Tom Wolfe, the…
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Essays

by John Law Sociobiology A book published back in 1981, The Ethnic Phenomenon, by Pierre van den Berghe, offers one of the earliest accounts of ethnocentrism from a sociobiological perspective. The essential finding of sociobiology on the subject of “ethnocentrism” is that all humans…
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Classic Essays

by Cholly Bilderberger IN Bonn in 1978, at the height of the Jewish “dissident” noise in the USSR, an exasperated White reporter, in private conversation with a few other non-Jews, forgot his place to the extent of asking the following excited questions: Is there any doubt in your minds
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NewsOpinionVideo

by Hadding Scott WHY DO I SAY that this video rehabilitates Hitler and Goebbels? Because it is not going to hurt Trump. The people who already support Trump — which is now the majority of Republicans — will find this video to be an attack on themselves as much as an attack on Trump. If Trump behaves…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Why would a geneticist endorse the palpably nonsensical equalitarian doctrines of Marxism? by Revilo P. Oliver THE Skeptical Inquirer for Spring 1992 contains an article — or, more exactly, preliminary notes for a very interesting article — by Martin Gardner, whose robust scepticism…
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American Dissident VoicesAudioKevin Alfred StromRadio

American Dissident Voices broadcast of March 5, 2016 by Kevin Alfred Strom USUALLY THE quadrennial circus of presidential politics here in the US is corny, scripted, banal, and deadly boring. The “battle” between smiling liar number 1 and smiling liar number 2 is a bore because almost…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

How they gain money, sympathy, and reverence by Kevin Alfred Strom THIS ARTICLE is a kind of vaccine, an inoculation if you will, against the lies that permeate the airwaves these days, and against the mindset which has allowed these lies to flourish and infect Americans. To a very large extent these…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce (pictured) I SPOKE with you last week about the question of sanity: about how to decide whether it’s you or everyone else who is nutty when everyone — or nearly everyone — else is doing things or expressing opinions which seem clearly insane to you. And to be…
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Reports

by Hadding Scott W.M. BEVIS was a psychiatrist at Saint Elizabeth’s Hospital in Washington, D.C., where he presumably had extensive experience in treating Negroes. This article for the American Journal of Psychiatry (1921) summarizes his observations about mental peculiarities of the…
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