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Essays

by Ricardo Duchesne THE MOST powerful moral assault on European pride and identity is the idea that Western civilization achieved its greatness, industrial economic take-off in the eighteenth century, and subsequent mass affluence in the twentieth century, by exploiting and under-developing…
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Classic Essays

FEW WRITERS WHO concur in Ezra Pound’s opinion that “artists are the antennae of the race” take seriously or literally Ezra’s minor premise that the artist has a concomitant obligation to rebroadcast his received wisdom. For his pains over Radio Rome on Mussolini’s…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims SLAVERY DID happen to white people, and I don’t mean only the medieval traffic in white slaves by the Moors or the Turks. Most of the slaves imported to North America between the founding of Jamestown in 1619 and the Declaration of Independence in 1776 were whites who were either war…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce LAST WEEK a member of the organization I head, the National Alliance, sent me something his nine-year-old daughter had brought home from school. He lives in Macon, Georgia, and his daughter is a fourth grader at a private school there. Last week her class went on a field trip to…
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Essays

“THE WORD ‘slave’ is used in this exhibition,” notes a wall text at “Jews in the Caribbean: Four Centuries of History in Suriname and Curacao” at Amsterdam’s Jewish Historical Museum. “The museum is aware of the controversial nature of this term. ‘Slaves,’ as used here, refers to African men,…
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Classic Essays

EDITOR’S NOTE: Music is perhaps the most accurate meter of the fire in the communal soul. When there is fervor, there are stirring marches and heart-wrenching ballads. When there is only propaganda, there is only Irving Berlin. Unfortunately, the best songs of America have grown out of its…
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Reports

IN A sense, I agree. Had there been no black slavery in America, there would be very few blacks in America. Consequently, there would have been no black riots in Baltimore, Maryland last month. I doubt that was the angle US Dept. of Justice official Vanita Gupta (pictured) had in mind when she blamed…
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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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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

Slavery and cannibalism are traditional in Black Africa. by Dr. William L. Pierce ONE OF THE PRINCIPAL ELEMENTS in the mythology of racial equality being propagated by the mass media, the schools, the churches, and numerous governmental agencies in America today is that of White responsibility…
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Essays

The Monitor (Kampala) by Deo Ssekitooleko
East African Representative of the International Humanist and Ethical Union I WISH to agree with Charles Onyango-Obbo’s article, “Slave Trade Took Our Best, Left Us Chaff” (The Monitor Dec. 08). I go a step further to suggest that if Africa…
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