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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce
National Socialist World, Winter 1968 In a sense, this essay is a precursor of [Dr. Pierce’s] shift in approach from the National Socialist White Peoples Party to the National Youth Alliance. (James Harting) TWO CLASSES of concepts which are fundamentally different…
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Classic Essays

George Lincoln Rockwell by George Lincoln Rockwell The following article was written by Lincoln Rockwell, commander of the World Union of National Socialists, in 1959, three years before the formation of the World Union with Colin Jordan in the Cotswold, England, in 1962 and then revised for publication
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Essays

by Helgar THIS IS THE Age of Biology. It has come upon us almost unaware, and certainly unwanted for existing power structures. All bureaucracies wherever they are established, in government, education and economics, are doing their utmost to keep the age from realizing itself. But it will grow, inevitable…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver The Anatomy of Revolution NEW WORLDS have always been the shining bait dangled before simpletons by revolutionaries, who can never deliver what they promise. The famous Jesus is reported in the various gospels to have made all sorts of glowing promises, but Christianity nevertheless…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

William Rehnquist by Dr. William L. Pierce ONE OF THE MOST interesting developments that I’ve seen since September 11 is the public hinting by people in the Federal Bureau of Investigation that it really would be helpful to them if they were permitted to torture suspects or other people from whom…
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News

This powerful message is a translation of the text from the latest publication of the Nordic Resistance Movement, THE Nordic Resistance Movement has just produced a new hard-hitting leaflet for distribution across Sweden. Entitled ‘The Revolution Begins with You’, it aims to shock its readers into…
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Essays

selected by Blake Hood HE CONFESSED TO Else in June 1923 that he felt that he did not fit into this world. She, too, was becoming disheartened. She had written at the end of April that it was awful “the ways these bleak, grim times, unremittingly weigh us down, making you so disconsolate, so miserable.”…
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by Hadding Scott ON THE SURFACE, the Yellow Vest movement in France is about a fuel-tax, inadequate wages, and a cut in pensions. This kind of economic complaint is still allowed in France. Under the surface, it is a revolt against the destruction of France’s White working class by haughty (of…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce SOMETIMES AFTER I finish speaking with you in one or another of my programs, I have a bad feeling. I feel that I have let you down by not really leveling with you and telling you everything. I feel as if I have walked into the courtyard of the temple and politely reprimanded one or two…
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Essays

by Colin Jordan Editor’s note: The following is excerpted from Colin Jordan’s essay, “National Socialism: World Creed for the Future,” first published in The National Socialist, Number 3 (Winter 1981). WITH THE gigantic tragedy of 1945, the greatest setback to human evolution in recorded history,…
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