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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

A Brief History of U.S. Policy in the Middle East, Part 3: From 1933 to the Second World War [1] by Dr. William L. Pierce THE ALMOST simultaneous accession to power, early in 1933, of Adolf Hitler and Franklin Roosevelt is one of the great ironies of history. (ILLUSTRATION: Franklin Roosevelt and Joseph…
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Paperback Reveals Astounding Zionist Mentality by Dr. William L. Pierce AN INTERESTING and important paperback hit the newsstands a couple of months ago. It is the New American Library (Signet) edition of Max Dimont’s 1971 book, The Indestructible Jews. A quick skim of the book will convince the…
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by Dr. William L. Pierce IT IS AN ARTICLE of faith among the members of the so-called “radical right” that the Soviet Union today is as firmly under the thumb of a ruling minority of Jewish commissars as it was in the years immediately after the Bolshevik revolution of 1917. (ILLUSTRATION:…
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Aggression, Torture, Mass Murder by Dr. William L. Pierce THE TREATMENT of the Arab inhabitants of Palestine by the Jewish conquerors of that unfortunate country provides an excellent example of Zionism in practice. (ILLUSTRATION: Arab political prisoners stand at attention under barbed-wire…
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Exclusiveness, Belief in Superiority, Hostility by Dr. William L. Pierce THE RESOLUTION by the General Assembly of the United Nations on November 10, equating Zionism and racism, has provoked a torrent of response in the news media. Much of this response has been deliberately deceptive, and there…
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A Brief History of U.S. Policy in the Middle East, Part 2: From the Balfour Declaration to the Roosevelt Era [1]
by Dr. William L. Pierce IN PRESENTING HIS PLAN to use an anticipated war among the Gentile nations for the furtherance of Jewish goals, Theodor Herzl had announced at the first meeting of the…
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A Brief History of U.S. Policy in the Middle East, Part 1: From the Exodus to the Balfour Declaration by Dr. William L. Pierce ALL THE TURMOIL and hatred and killing in the Middle East, some 6,000 miles from home, seems a distant problem to most Americans, who are much more concerned with economic woes or…
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by Dr. William L. Pierce THE CURRENT JEWISH power play in the Middle East poses the gravest imaginable dangers to America. Yet, in the midst of these dangers is a development which offers the promise of great good to the American people. That good is the disruption of the American liberal establishment…
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by A.K. Chesterton (pictured) ANTI-SEMITISM is an effect and not a cause, and has to be recognized as such before one can even begin to talk about finding a solution to the problem. If the constant A invariably produces the constant B, no matter in what age or clime, then it seems to me that common-sense…
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by Dean Darcy AS MAYOR Pam Powers approached the downtown exit she wondered again if the Sign Man lived in the two acres of woods that the off ramp curved around. As she inched along in the morning rush hour traffic she also wondered how many people in cars behind her and in front of her were thinking the same…
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