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SOMETIMES a brief vignette can provide a more profound insight than dozens of weighty tomes, just as a great novel can explore the human condition better than any psychiatrist (which isn’t saying a lot admittedly). As such, this report encapsulates in its chilling simplicity the British…
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Transcript by Katana IT HAS NOW become absolutely clear, without a shadow of doubt, that this nation, this England will survive. England will survive and so will Europe and they will thrive in the future. Indeed for a moment we were tempted to think that all hope was lost. That there is nothing to be done…
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Rogozin’s response: “The time will come when they will meet me with flowers.” EDITOR’S NOTE: Rogozin is famous for saying “There is an enormous distance between Europe and the Third World. There is a new civilization emerging in the Third World that thinks that the…
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by David J. Stennett IN 480 BC, an estimated horde of 240,000-2,000,000 soldiers under the command of King Xerxes of Persia swarmed forth like an unstoppable mist of locusts toward the gates of Europe. The great Persian race had already sacked the Jew, the Phoenician, the Egyptian, the Arab, and the…
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by Greg Deane EDITOR’S NOTE: We agree with the author’s proposition that Muslims are making war on European civilization and should be treated appropriately. But other Middle Eastern invaders — the Jews — have been making war on us too, and in a far more deadly manner. * *…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims TRUTH AND HATE are not opposites. Truth and niceness are not synonymous, and sometimes the nice answer is the wrong answer. (ILLUSTRATION: Poussin; The Conquest of Jerusalem by Titus) To illustrate, I’ll point out the fact that some of the people who answered my intentionally…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

by Kevin Alfred Strom LET ME READ to you from an ancient Egyptian document. Perhaps the observations of Ipuwer, a government official during the decline of Egypt’s Old Kingdom, will prove instructive to us late 20th-Century Americans: “Forsooth, the land is full of foes. A man goeth…
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Sometimes the least educated have better sense and taste than the miseducated. CLEANERS AT A museum in Italy threw away one of the exhibits thinking it was mess left over from a party on Friday night. (ILLUSTRATION: This is what the installation used to look like…) The empty champagne bottles,…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Le Courage est leur patrie by Fabrice Laroche and François d’Orcival reviewed by Revilo P. Oliver TREASON IS merely commonplace in the United States today. And the last frantic decrees of Suppiluliumas II have survived to remind us that treason was equally commonplace in the Hittite Empire in 1290…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver ONE OF THE most important books of our time is the singularly courageous work of Richard LaPiere, The Freudian Ethic: An Analysis of the Subversion of American Character (Duell, Sloan & Pearce, New York; 301 pages, $5.00). The author, who is Professor of Sociology in Stanford…
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