America since World War 2

(an interview with Pierce) “And, yes, they [the Jews] deserve a great deal of blame. But not all the blame. Perhaps not even most of it.” —William Pierce (see below) November 7, 1992 Kevin Alfred Strom: With the excitement of the election behind us now, what do you see ahead for Americans during the next…

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The philosopher on the hill

William Pierce was immensely deep and worthy, and I think we all loved him. But he was very much the lone philosopher on the hill, who bonds with his adepts one by one as they enter his mountain fastness, but whose urgent work and solitary contemplations leave little time for the laughter, feasting, and ceremony…

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Greg Johnson and

Andrew Hamilton on William Pierce Note of 26 May 2015: My response to Johnson’s “I regarded him as a monster…” appears in my article “Dies irae”, a piece that gave the title to my book Day of Wrath.   William Pierce died ten years ago today. Pierce was an immensely influential and intensely polarizing figure.…

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The Banishment of Beauty

by Kevin Alfred Strom Here is an amazing four-part video series (43 minutes total and well worth the time) by the painter Scott Burdick. Don’t be put off by the fact that Burdick goes out of his way—way, way out of his way—to show traditional Western art, some of it his own, that depicts non-Whites.…

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Are white nationalists cultural niggers?

or: Does it take an Iranian immigrant to the States to promote Westerners to realize this heritage? Yesterday Greg Johnson did not let a comment of mine pass through in the comments section of an article titled “White Rock,” id est, rock for the white people. Well, I was not the author of that comment.…

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