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William Gayley Simpson

Classic Essays

At this moment of writing, I am too deeply concerned about the fearful catastrophe that hangs over my people to bother with what Gobineau, Spengler or James Burnham, the philosophers of history, might say about the situation. It is a matter of life or death that we are confronted with, and if life, then…
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I almost titled this “Simpson: The American Nietzsche” but I feel that Simpson is actually far superior to the German philosopher. by Blake Hood I care about life. What I care about most is that I may find it, and that finding it I may arouse in other men to a sense of life which is in them also.…
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American Dissident VoicesAudioCosmotheismKevin Alfred StromRadio

American Dissident Voices broadcast of April 21, 2018 by Kevin Alfred Strom TRUE RELIGION is not impractical. True religion is not “pie in the sky in the sweet bye and bye.” True religion is not “love thy invader and hate thyself.” True religion is not Jesus and not the bloody,…
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AudioAudio BooksWilliam Pierce

by Bradford L. Huie
for The American Mercury CHAPTER 20 of Robert Griffin’s The Fame of a Dead Man’s Deeds — read this week by Vanessa Neubauer in our continuing series — deals with Dr. William Luther Pierce and his publication of Which Way Western Man? by philosopher William…
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by William Gayley Simpson Part 7 of 7 As the West is engulfed by the catastrophe of the Second World War, the author of Which Way Western Man? reaches profound conclusions about the race’s agenda for survival. (ILLUSTRATION: WILLIAM SIMPSON during World War II) Note – This is the seventh
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by William Gayley Simpson Part 6 of 7 The author of Which Way Western Man? broadens and deepens his understanding of the race’s roots, and his eyes are opened to the damage done to the race by its greatest enemy (ILLUSTRATION: WILLIAM SIMPSON in the early 1940s) Note – This is the sixth selection
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by William Gayley Simpson Part 5 of 7 The author of Which Way Western Man? reaches a new level of understanding of man’s identity and mission, and he begins to gain an awareness of the importance of race (ILLUSTRATION: WILLIAM SIMPSON in early 1939) Editor’s Introduction: The previous…
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by William Gayley Simpson Part 4 of 7 The author of Which Way Western Man? eventually came to understand that the liberalism and egalitarianism he had imbibed from Jesus’ teachings were as alien to him as the Semitic theology he had rejected earlier. (ILLUSTRATION: WILLIAM SIMPSON in the early…
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by William Gayley Simpson Part 3 of 7 The author of Which Way Western Man? spent nine years attempting to live in full accord with the teachings of Jesus before he realized their irreconcilable incompatibility with his own innermost nature. (ILLUSTRATION: SAILING to the Orient in October 1927: William…
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by William Gayley Simpson Part 2 of 7 The author of Which Way Western Man? rejected Christian theology before the end of the First World War, but he retained a commitment to Christian ethics for several more years. (ILLUSTRATION: SPEAKING to groups of young people was an activity to which William Simpson…
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