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David SimsEssays

by David Sims LOW TECHNOLOGY street fighting, without guns, need not be without effective weaponry. Long before there were such things as explosives or gunpowder, the ancient Romans used equivalents to the rifle, the light cannon, and artillery, which were made out of wood and metal, and either corded…
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AFRICAN INVADERS pretending to be refugees have seized more than 100 buildings in Rome and are illegally squatting in them, the populist mayor of Rome, Virginia Raggi, has admitted in the wake of recent riots, carried out by sub-Saharans who had been living in Italy for the past five years. Raggi added…
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Did the human “domestication” inherent in civilized society cause genetic changes? Could that partially account for the acceptance of Christianity and the rise of the more submissive male? Could this have applied not only to Rome, but to all advanced European societies? Abstract OVER…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

  by Dr. William L. Pierce Macedonian and Roman Empires Were Built by Nordics
Latin Founders of Rome Came from Central Europe THE LAST FIVE INSTALLMENTS in this series have dealt with the migrations of Nordic, Indo-European-speaking tribes from their homeland in southern Russia, beginning…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver IF YOU ARE interested in the history of our unique race, you have a special interest in the Germanic peoples who, though called “barbarians” in the standard histories, assured the survival, and eventually the revival, of our civilization after the fall of the Roman…
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FOR HUMAN BEINGS to live together in a mutually beneficial way, there must be peace and security. Peace and security require a competent authority (Auctoritas) with the power (Potestas) to define and enforce law. Law must be grounded in a truth which, when applied, will bear the fruit of peace and security.…
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Roman bas-relief of the victory march of Titus, displaying items captured from the Jewish rebels he defeated “On this day in 70 C.E., rebel forces in the city were vanquished. The conquest of Jerusalem was the climax of the Great Revolt, which began four years earlier with a number of attacks by…
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And terrified Italian women turn against invasion: ‘It is not safe here anymore’ AN ITALIAN TOWN has been left gripped by fear after an influx of migrants has seen terrified women too scared to leave their homes. Frightened females have taken to the streets to protest against the opening…
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What are the antecedents of the 5 Star Movement, whose candidate, Virginia Raggi, pictured, is now mayor of Rome? THE 5 Star Party is lead by a very colorful character, comedian Beppe Grillo. The 5 Star Party is linked to Casa Pound (named after Ezra Pound) and is often described as anti-system, anti-EU,…
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by Professor Arthur R. Butz (pictured) This is an an extract from Arthur R. Butz: The Hoax of the Twentieth Century, Historical Review Press, 1976, pp. 245-247. The purport of the extract is to demonstrate that Jews throughout history have been the masters of mendacity. Their tendency to grotesque
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