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Essays

by Michael Hill THE LEAGUE OF THE SOUTH went to Charlottesville, Virginia, on Saturday, 12 August 2017, for two main reasons: to spread our nearly quarter-century old message of Southern nationalism and independence and to stand with our allies on the right in defense of the memory of one of our heroes:…
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Essays

EDITOR’S NOTE: This regrettable artifact of life in insane multiracial America exists outside the South, too — in fact, everywhere where the Amerindians had a fair or semi-fair appearance. Another regrettable fact is that the major DNA-testing companies, such as 23andMe, are owned…
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American Dissident VoicesAudioKevin Alfred StromRadio

American Dissident Voices broadcast of December 31, 2016 by Kevin Alfred Strom IT WAS 25 YEARS ago today that this radio program, American Dissident Voices, was born, bringing our message of hope and racial awakening to the men and women of our race over the airwaves for the very first time. It was the…
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Andrew HamiltonEssays

by Andrew Hamilton
A GOOD PICTURE of the legal mechanics of American Territorial expansion in the period from the founding of the Republic to the Civil War emerges in the historic Supreme Court slavery decision Scott v. Sandford, 60 U.S. 393-633 (1857) (“Dred Scott”). By a vote of 7-2 the Court ruled…
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Andrew HamiltonEssays

by Andrew Hamilton IN THE CHAOTIC aftermath of the Civil War a struggle ensued within and outside the South between a faction of Radicals harboring animus toward the White race, and sensible men favoring a modus vivendi between the Whites of both sections. Many Radicals hated Whites, or at least Southern…
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Classic Essays

South’s leaders sparked White resistance, but lacked long-range ideas by Ted O’Keefe AS THE EVENING shadows lengthened on the deserted streets of Franklin, Tennessee, Saul Bierfield sat amidst the piled wares of his prosperous dry-goods store, greedily devouring a watermelon. Two…
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Classic Essays

by Ted O’Keefe SHORTLY AFTER nightfall on September 8, 1865, a train steamed south from Orangeburg, South Carolina, through countryside which had been devastated by General William Sherman’s troops only a few months before. Among the passengers was a gaunt and battle-weary…
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David SimsEssays

Will Hatewatch publish this comment by David Sims? Please, please don’t hold your breath. by David Sims IF BIG mass murders are something you attend to, there are a few of them that you might notice (but probably don’t). One of them is the mass starvation in Ukraine in 1932-33, ordered by…
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