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by Karl Radl WHEN YOU CHALLENGE those individuals in the AltRight who claim to be part non-White or to have a part non-White partner or spouse, you will very quickly run into the claim that the Nuremberg laws, enacted by Adolf  Hitler, that formed the foundation stone of the Third Reich’s incomplete…
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David SimsEssays

What can exist forever is infinitely more valuable than what exists for a short span. And what does not exist, and cannot exist, is worthless. by David Sims A RANDIAN libertarian said to me: “I don’t agree with [the idea] that the moral person puts the needs of the group above the needs of the…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

Timothy Blake Nelson by Dr. William L. Pierce I RECEIVE LETTERS from many people who tell me about the things that concern them — especially about the things that they believe are important and that they want me to address in one of these broadcasts. Their concerns cover a wide range. Some people…
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Classic Essays

WHEN THE Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences ranked the most important psychologists of all time, William McDougall was among those at the top of the list. His creden­tials were impressive: founder of the British Psychological Society, associate editor of the British Journal of Psychology
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by Guillaume Durocher On the Human Races ACCORDING TO DARWIN, human races have emerged as a natural consequence of their spreading across the globe, leading to their separate evolution in relative reproductive isolation. As a result of their prolonged separation in different environmental and…
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by Guillaume Durocher Charles Darwin, The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex (London: Penguin, 2004 [reprint of second edition, London: John Murray, 1879]). WESTERN INTELLECTUAL LIFE today is characterized by a marked schizophrenia. On the one hand, virtually everyone accepts the…
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by Charles Galton Darwin (1953)
endnote by Bradford Hanson IN THE ESSENTIAL matter of survival there are two things needed, the survival of the individual and the survival of the race. We are all very well endowed with deep instincts for both, and curiously enough we are ashamed of both these instincts.…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims WALTER ASHBY PLECKER is a little known American hero. He lived from 1861 to 1947. He was a medical doctor by profession, earning his MD degree from the University of Maryland. He served as the first registrar of Virginia’s Bureau of Vital Statistics. With John Powell and Earnest Sevier…
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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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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce LET ME BEGIN by responding to a few listeners who had trouble believing the bizarre things I reported three weeks ago, when I wanted to illustrate the fact that there are profound psychological differences separating the various human races, and these differences have evolutionary…
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