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And this article doesn’t even address the real elephant in the room: the fact that essentially all mainstream media, news and entertainment alike, is crafted by Jews with an explicit agenda to deceive and mislead us. Conclusion: Americans are far, far more propagandized than North Koreans,
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce (pictured) MR. CLINTON’S long visit to Africa has helped to strengthen his already strong support among Blacks in America — and it has given him a vacation from the Monica and Kathleen and Gennifer and Paula circus which has engulfed his administration. That…
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NewsVideo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9UykyiKczbw AT FIRST WE thought this video — an actual television commercial from China — was going to be a promotion of racial mixing in that country. But it turned out to be pretty close to the opposite of that. The opening sequence verges on the…
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Essays

by Collin Cleary Introduction A&E’s DVD (and Blu-ray) release of The Prisoner bills this cult series as “television’s first masterpiece.” In truth, it is probably television’s only masterpiece. The Prisoner is a triumph of acting, photography, design, writing, and thought. More generally,…
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Andrew HamiltonEssays

by Andrew Hamilton “Somewhere along the line I am going to meet with an arm of this octopus, and when I do it will lead me to a head, and when I find that I shall cut it off.” — John Drake in “You Are Not in Any Trouble, Are You?” (1965) I RECENTLY watched the 1960s English television series Danger
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Essays

by Andrew Hamilton A COLORFUL yet enigmatic figure in the postwar American racialist movement was the well-to-do anti-Jewish businessman DeWest “West” Hooker (1918–1999). His portrait emerges primarily through self-descriptions he provided to leading white activists (the most notable of…
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Classic Essays

LEE DE FOREST (pictured) was born in Council Bluffs, Iowa. His father was a minister, his mother the leader of the church choir. He disappointed his parents by becoming an agnostic and a scientist instead of a man of God. But few others were disappointed. De Forest was one of history’s greatest…
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Classic Essays

JOSEPH R. SHAPIRO is founder and past president of Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art. (ILLUSTRATION: This canvas by Wassily Kandinsky is a mild example of the sort of “art” favored by the Joseph R. Shapiros of this world.) During a recent confab at the Chicago Jewish Community…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce I HAVE FRIENDS who tell me they don’t like to watch television news broadcasts, because they find them depressing. I, on the other hand, look forward to watching the evening news every day. I usually find the news encouraging. My friends are conservatives. I am not. When…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver FOR SEVERAL months, some years ago, one saw in newspapers and magazines expressions of concern over the possible use of television to induce a kind of hypnosis and alter the minds of the unsuspecting viewers. Images and words displayed on the screen too briefly for them to be perceived…
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