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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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Essays

by Tobias Langdon IT’S A MYSTERY worthy of the Twilight Zone. Government inspectors in the British city of Birmingham have discovered “unregistered schools” where children are being taught “misogynistic, homophobic and anti-Semitic material” in “unhygienic and filthy” conditions by…
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Essays

SIGMUND Freud was an insular Jew who moved in Jewish social and professional circles and identified as a Zionist. His differences with dissenting psychoanalytic protégé Carl Jung, furthermore, are inextricable from the racial and ethnic divide separating the two psychological innovators. “I…
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Classic Essays

TO MOST MORALISTS it is axiomatic that human ills are caused by human greed and all we need to do is stop being greedy just like that. Yet biologically not all of us are selfish and altruism is not optional to all. We are of course influenced by environment, but a new breed of psychologists is telling us that…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver ONE OF THE most important books of our time is the singularly courageous work of Richard LaPiere, The Freudian Ethic: An Analysis of the Subversion of American Character (Duell, Sloan & Pearce, New York; 301 pages, $5.00). The author, who is Professor of Sociology in Stanford…
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Classic Essays

An introduction of Dr. Frank McGurk given at a meeting of the Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology in Nashville, Tenn., April 8, 1977. by Clyde E. Noble I HAVE BEEN asked to tell you something about the life and works of Dr. Frank Craig Joseph McGurk, an emeritus professor of psychology who…
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EssaysH. Millard

Love yourself and love your people. by H. Millard MANY WHITES, and especially those who are easily suggestible, have become racially and socially impotent and are drawing negative self-images and low self-esteem from the anti-White society that surrounds us today. This is breaking their spirits.…
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