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Andrew HamiltonEssays

by Andrew Hamilton From an early age I had this incredible sense of mission, this desire to fight injustice and storm the ramparts of evil. For me, that evil was everything marching under the banner of leftism. But I simply couldn’t find the front lines. The various Patriot and conservative groups that…
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Andrew Hamilton

by Andrew Hamilton THE RECENT WAVE of sexual harassment publicity now being tamped down and hidden, the way cop killings, color revolutions, pussy riots, and other socially engineered events have been, calls to mind the old Michael Crichton movie Disclosure. Crichton (Crichton can be either an English…
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Essays

JOHN CARPENTER’S The Thing is one of the best films ever made about an intrusive and subversive force. While the film’s overt theme is a visceral and biological subversion akin to a virus, there are also profound metaphorical elements and these go beyond the situations that the characters experience…
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EssaysOpinion

by Jez Turner THIS FILM is designed to undermine the White advocacy movement. It will fail. Badly. Like the film Cabaret with its iconic song, ‘Tomorrow belongs to me’, this film will bring people, good people, quality people, into our movement. Nate is an intelligent, but lonely, classical music…
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Classic Essays

Classic story of the dawn of true humanity — as a race apart — can inspire Whites THE CLAN OF THE CAVE BEAR is a profoundly “racist” novel. How, then, could Jean Auel’s book have spent five months on the New York Times bestseller list? That it is, as popular novels go, very…
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Essays

a review by Alpin MacLaren I DON’T KNOW if you are old enough to remember when All in the Family first hit the airwaves, but it was the single most important piece of media propaganda used by our enemies to undermine American Whites. It leaped to the top of the rating charts, was “very entertaining”…
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