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OUR ELITES are just hell bent on conducting social experiments on us. I for one am sick of it. The science is settled. The experiments have been done over and over always yielding the same results. Why must they keep repeating the same experiments expecting different results? 874 AD: Let’s try putting…
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by T.S. Francis What is Society? SOCIETY is the social organization of any like-minded, blood-related, indigenous people. And since man’s nature is that of the social animal we must have societal structure of some kind, for our very survival and for our progress. The level of culture, progress and…
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YOU NOTICE every day that simple things become more expensive. Everyone’s homes and apartments are a little smaller and shabbier. Your work hours are getting longer; increases are small and you can afford less, save less. Job security no longer exists as a concept. You see your family and friends less…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce THERE ARE TWO things fundamental to every society: the quality of its human stock — that is, the vitality, intelligence, creativity, courage, and will of its people and the values which guide it. One may be tempted to reduce these two fundamentals to a single determinant — namely,…
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by Stephen Leacock Eliot WILLIAM GAYLEY Simpson is an interesting case — one of those men who do an about-face in life in both belief and action. He lived an astoundingly long active political and literary life, from the 1910s through the 1980s. His book, Which Way, Western Man?, is the story of…
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by Tharru The Foundations of Society THE LAST TIME I made remarks about our current project and the state of affairs of modernity my subjects of concern were the essential and universal basic requirements for any society to stand against the natural course of entropy which plagues all societies across…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce CLINTON’S SEXUAL ESCAPADES, his lying about them, and his attempts to get witnesses to lie, show us what sort of person he is. These things help us to understand what a degenerate piece of White trash we have in the White House. But they are not the really important things…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce I WAS LOOKING LAST NIGHT at some paintings by the 15th-century Flemish painter, Hieronymous Bosch. Interesting, but pretty weird stuff. Bosch was sort of a godfather to the Surrealist school of painters, who came along 450 years later: Salvador Dali and his limp clocks, for…
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News

A new study in the journal Intelligence indicates that viewers can, on average, sort the intelligent from the unintelligent merely by seeing individuals’ faces. Since both intelligence and character are largely heritable, it is not at all surprising that we can sense such traits by noting,
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver JULIUS EVOLA’S ‘Civilta’ americana, originally published in 1945, has been reprinted in Rome by a foundation established in his memory. The new edition is introduced by a preface, of which an English translation appears in the British periodical, Scorpion
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