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Richard Nixon

Essays

by Benjamin Garland “I am probably the epitome of everything the Nazis hated: the Jew pornographer who besmirches the pure morals of the white Aryan world. Hitler would have thought of me as the Devil incarnate.” — Al Goldstein1 AS WE SAW in part 8, explicit pornography began seeping up out of the…
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Essays

by Hadding Scott JOHN J. MCCLOY was Assistant Secretary of War during World War II, and U.S. High Commissioner for Germany (1949-1952) during the period when the Germans were seen primarily as allies against Communism. Here we see McCloy, left, with Robert Kennedy. After visiting Hitler’s…
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Andrew HamiltonEssays

by Andrew Hamilton MORE THAN 40 years have passed since President Richard M. Nixon’s (R.) resignation from office on August 9, 1974 as a consequence of the media-orchestrated Watergate affair. On the 40th anniversary of that event, America’s Last Conservative and longtime Nixon aide Patrick Buchanan,…
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Essays

by Rainer Chlodwig von K. RICHARD NIXON’S foreign policy guru Henry Kissinger is frequently categorized as a proponent of realpolitik — a “realist” in international relations — as opposed to a Zionist or a neoconservative; but, while Kissinger’s aims and those of the neoconservatives…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce INTRODUCTION by Will Williams: Dr. Pierce wasn’t one to often make predictions — though some things he wrote about, such as in The Turner Diaries, came true years later: hate crime statutes, gun confiscation, and more. (ILLUSTRATION: William Pierce recording…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

American Dissident Voices program of 29th October, 1994 by Benjamin H. Freedman
introduced by Kevin Alfred Strom WELCOME TO THE THIRD and final installment of our series on the amazing revelations of that insider to the forces which are destroying the United States of America, that insider who broke…
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NewsReports

Richard Nixon knew of the illegitimate power of the Jewish establishment, but nevertheless was forced to do its bidding in most important policy areas. by Timothy Noah OUR STORY begins on the afternoon of July 3, 1971. We join President Richard Nixon as he is talking to White House aide Charles Colson.…
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