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David SimsEssays

by David Sims IT IS OFTEN SAID that the well-being of the individual organism is the highest moral goal of any organism. But that is false. Rather, the well-being (survival, enhanced prospects) of the particular group of organisms that made his own existence possible is the highest moral goal of any…
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David SimsEssays

What can exist forever is infinitely more valuable than what exists for a short span. And what does not exist, and cannot exist, is worthless. by David Sims A RANDIAN libertarian said to me: “I don’t agree with [the idea] that the moral person puts the needs of the group above the needs of the…
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Essays

by Charles Galton Darwin (1953)
endnote by Bradford Hanson IN THE ESSENTIAL matter of survival there are two things needed, the survival of the individual and the survival of the race. We are all very well endowed with deep instincts for both, and curiously enough we are ashamed of both these instincts.…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce THE BIGGEST THING in the news now is the imminent killing of the young soldier Timothy McVeigh by the Bush government. Even though I’ve never met or corresponded with Timothy, I’ve had dozens of reporters calling me for interviews in connection with the killing,…
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News

Self-discipline is the character trait most highly valued by Dr. William Pierce, the founder of the National Alliance and National Vanguard. PEOPLE WITH higher self-control are happier because they pursue more rewarding goals, research finds. Having high self-control is linked to being more positive…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims THE IDEA of “human dignity” is a conceit. It’s a polite sham, but it is nonetheless a sham. The pretense smooths social interactions when everyone endorses it, when human dignity has a consensus that none dispute. But let an enemy come along — or a criminal, or a hungry…
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by David Sims STEFAN Molyneux occasionally says something wise, and one quote of his I just heard is this: “Hard times build strong men. Strong men build good times. Good times breed weak men. Weak men bring hard times.” Breaking that cycle so that men stay strong even when times are good…
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by David Sims CAN “racism” be ethical? Here’s a cut-short debate in which I showed that the correct answer to that question is “yes.” TomDJ wrote on Disqus: This came up in a couple previous threads not too long ago. I’ve had individuals give talking points regarding…
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David SimsEssays

Intelligence, strength, and race by David Sims FOR HUMANS, greater strength and greater intelligence (and greater dexterity) stay gold throughout a very wide range of environments. It would be difficult to contrive an environment in which weaker men are more likely to survive than stronger men,…
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Essays

The cannibal warlords of Liberia and the apparent death of National Socialist Germany Every time, I look around this place
I see them screams but I hear no sound
And the terrible things happen down the road
To somebody else that I don’t even know Nothing bad ever happens to me
Nothing bad ever happens…
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