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EARLY IN THE MORNING of July 17, Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia led a 22-kilometer procession in honor of the Romanov royal family on the 100th anniversary of their murder. Law enforcement agencies reported that over 100,000 pilgrims participated. Tsar Nicholas II, his wife, Alexandra…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce I’M VERY PLEASED by the really big increase in the number of responses from listeners during the past few months. That’s the whole purpose of these broadcasts: getting people to respond, to pay attention, to begin thinking and speaking out. One of the things I often…
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by Mike Walsh BEFORE THE OUTBREAK of the Great War (1914-1918) there were available in selected Jewish-owned Warsaw shops greeting cards with images that were unavailable to Gentiles. The postcards carried the image of the tzadik. This is an image of a rabbinical Jew with the Torah in his one hand and…
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