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Jews are a mixed race, but all Jews, Ashkenazi or Sephardic, have very significant commonalities with each other and with other Middle Eastern Semites such as Arabs. by Hadding Scott ONE OF THE RESEARCHERS involved in this study of genetic similarity between Jews and Arabs, Dr. Mark Jobling, denies…
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Classic Essays

by Robert Throckmorton ANYONE WHO HAS SEEN an anthill should conclude that there is such a thing as ant nature and that it is different from human nature. But however flexibly we can arrange human societies, we just cannot live like ants. It is easy to forget this. When the cultural anthropologists of…
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by John Law Sociobiology A book published back in 1981, The Ethnic Phenomenon, by Pierre van den Berghe, offers one of the earliest accounts of ethnocentrism from a sociobiological perspective. The essential finding of sociobiology on the subject of “ethnocentrism” is that all humans…
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by James Alexander ITALIAN CONTRIBUTIONS to political and social thought are singularly impressive and, in fact, few nations are as favored with a tradition as long and as rich. One need only mention names such as Dante, Machiavelli, and Vico to appreciate the importance of Italy in this respect. In…
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ONE OF THE GREATEST scientific revolutionaries of our age, and a victim of the Jewish inquisition, is Edward O. Wilson (pictured), Curator of Entomology at the Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology and the author of The Insect Society, which Science magazine has called a “magisterial survey…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce THE AUGUST 1 issue of Time magazine carried a six-page cover story on sociobiology, which is just a fancy name for the biological study of groups of interacting organisms — including human societies. (ILLUSTRATION: Charles Darwin demolished one Jewish myth, and his successors…
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