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by James Harting I reread and studied [Mein Kampf] some more. Slowly, bit by bit, I began to understand. I realized that National Socialism, the iconoclastic worldview of Adolf Hitler, was the doctrine of scientific, racial idealism – actually a new ‘religion’ for our times. (George Lincoln Rockwell,…
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by Allan Callahan SOME SIX DECADES or so ago there was a rash of flagpole-sitting going on in the U.S. Some of the best known sitters were “Shipwreck” Kelly, who sat atop a flagpole for 12 days; “Spider” Harness, who perched for 16 days; and Miss Bobby Mick, who stayed aloft for nearly three weeks. These…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Robert Oppenheimer by Revilo P. Oliver The Fly in the Ointment IT IS HIGH TIME we returned from our excursus to Mr. Catran and took notice of one nugget of wisdom he offers us, an injunction that we must never study history. History, you see, would tell us what human beings are by nature, and prophets of a…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver The Gospel FASHIONS constantly change, of course, and con men are always coming up with new words, but if you look to the essentials, you will see that with Jack Catran we have gone back to Edward Bellamy, and that means, the revelations of Messiah Marx, whence a clear spoor leads back…
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by Stephen Leacock Eliot WILLIAM GAYLEY Simpson is an interesting case — one of those men who do an about-face in life in both belief and action. He lived an astoundingly long active political and literary life, from the 1910s through the 1980s. His book, Which Way, Western Man?, is the story of…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Arthur Conan Doyle by Revilo P. Oliver Scientific Suckers IT IS TRUE that quite a few men who attained competence, and some who attained distinction, in some one of the sciences have evinced remarkable gullibility, but that was almost always a susceptibility to some superstition about the supernatural…
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EssaysH. Millard

by H. Millard THE MOST basic and essential instinct is self-preservation. If you are not here, nothing else can matter to you. But what many people don’t understand is that self-preservation means more than just preserving the person they see in the mirror. It goes much, much deeper. You are the…
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American Dissident VoicesAudioKevin Alfred StromRadio

American Dissident Voices broadcast of April 6, 2019 by Kevin Alfred Strom COSMOTHEISM just makes sense. Here’s one reason why. Every honest man or woman has to admit that his or her religion or philosophy, no matter how much comfort it gives, no matter how good its ethical principles are for society…
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by Jan Lamprecht FREDERICK THE GREAT is probably the most amazing White king of modern times. He ruled Prussia. What he did laid the path for the beginnings of modern Germany. This man’s achievements, led, eventually to the creation of Germany as we know it. I found this amazing quote from him. It shows…
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GERMANIC LIGHT RELIGION was not idol worship and barbarian cult. Where could the eternal reveal itself to Germanic man purer and mightier than in that power that wrestles daily with darkness and yet again and again remains victor, which gives earth life and fertility and human beings light and bread!…
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