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YESTERDAY, the Federal Reserve crossed its latest liquidity “free money” Rubicon. It announced it will provide unlimited credit — and assume the bad debts, not just of banks, shadow banks, and wealthy (and mostly Jewish) investors — but for what it disingenuously called “Main…
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Essays

C.A. LINDBERGH was the father of the aviator  Charles Lindbergh, but also a giant of a man himself known to one of his contemporaries as an “untamed polar bear.” In the early 1900s, he warned Americans about a crime-in-progress — the economic takeover by what he called The Money Trust, the “financial…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Richard Kelly Hoskins by Revilo P. Oliver WAR CYCLES – PEACE CYCLES (Lynchburg, Virginia, Virginia Publishing Co., 1985) is a paperback volume of 250 pages printed by photo-offset from a good computer’s print-out. Although the type is ordinary typewriter type with bold face produced by the…
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Essays

Introduction by Hadding Scott: Paul de Lagarde (1827 – 1891) was a professor at the University of Göttingen and highly respected in the field of ancient Near-Eastern languages. He was chiefly concerned with elucidation of the Bible, but also wrote books about the ancient Persians and Armenians,…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims THE FOLLOWING EXTRACT is from Red Ice TV’s interview with a Jewish lawyer who goes by the online alias of “Frame Game,” who seems to be an honest and perceptive fellow. Here’s an out-take of the conversation from 12:22 to 15:20 on the recording: Host: “So…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce Middle Ages Were Era of Slow, Ordered Evolution
Eastern Europe Had Different Experience With Jews than West
Reformation Resulted in Increased Judaization of Western Europe
Inside the White Citadel, Jews Wreak Havoc on Society
Capitalists, Reds Collaborate Against West
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims LESS THAN sixty years ago, a US citizen could buy a good house for his family with less than his income over two years. If he made $9,000 per year, then his house probably cost him $12,000. Today, the man might make $81,000 per year, but his house costs upwards of $600,000. It makes sense that…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

Editor’s Note: The chapter below addressing the Jewish Problem in Europe’s racial development is one of the most important in Pierce’s Who We Are series. The chapter serves as one of the best explanations of the historic dynamic of Jewish parasitism vis-à-vis their Gentile
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims STEFAN MOLYNEAUX made a mistake (almost a lie by omission) in the video below when he said this: “There is no free market left in the world. If there’s no free market in money, there is no free market, and the effective takeover of money by the government in 1913 means that everything…
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Essays

by John Kaminsky THEY MAKE beating up the world sound like a fun event. This is the world turned upside down. There’s this ad for the U.S. Navy on TV, with the rich resonant voice of actor Keith David who exhorts young men to serve in “a global force for good.” Millions of faces of murdered innocents forever…
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