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Savage Africa

Classic Essays

This blood-chilling story is from the diary of Captain Theodore Canot, a European trader in gold, ivory, and African slaves. It’s a first-hand primary source on the nature of the Africans that slave traders brought to North America, who almost invariably had already been enslaved by their fellow
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David SimsEssays

by Fred Streed Note by David Sims: I like the implicit Heinlein reference in this piece (which has been slightly edited for a family audience). It’s from Heinlein’s book Time Enough for Love, in which the character Lazarus Long advises other members of his family, “Never attempt to teach a pig to sing;…
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Classic Essays

African student in US states it is an “accepted practice” — as is the stoning to death of “witches.” TEACHING ANTHROPOLOGY at a small college, I sometimes have foreign students talk to my class about their native cultures. West African students are in great abundance.…
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Essays

by John Montagna WHAT IS DAILY LIFE in Africa like? What do Black Africans think of White people? What could you expect if you spent five months traveling by basic means around seventeen countries in sub-Saharan Africa? I’m one of only a very few racially conscious Whites who has traveled widely,…
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Classic Essays

by Jack Pershing FOR MOST readers having a nodding acquaintance with American history, the term “abolitionist” conjures up a vision of a sentimental housewife like Harriet Beecher Stowe, a homicidal psychopath in the mold of John Brown, or some stone-faced Puritan negrophile. This picture is accurate…
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NewsReports

Superstition-ridden African tribes attack hundreds of Red Cross clinics MOBS OF African tribesmen have attacked and destroyed hundreds of International Red Cross-staffed and funded Ebola clinics in central Guinea, as part of a renewed outbreak of superstition-driven anti-white conspiracy…
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