Apocalypse for whites • XXVI

by Evropa Soberana Chapter 3 When Yahweh your Lord brings you into the land you are entering to possess and drives out before you other peoples… when Yahweh has delivered them over to you and you have defeated them, then you must crush and destroy them totally; make no treaty with them, and show them…

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Apocalypse for whites • II

by Evropa Soberana   Chapter 1 Geopolitical, anthropological and ethnic context The Near East or the Levant—what today are Turkey, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Israel, Palestine, Jordan and Egypt—has been a very important geostrategic zone of confrontations between the Europe of the forests, the snows, the rivers and the mists, and the deep East of the…

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Pierce on Christianity

The following are excerpts of William Pierce’s thoughts on Christianity, a 1992 text included in the original edition of the National Alliance Membership Handbook (pages 46-51). This important policy guideline was removed in the second edition that was published by those who took over the National Alliance after the death of Pierce. The immediate and…

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Why Rome fell

Excerpted from March of the Titans: A History of the White Race by Arthur Kemp: All civilizations fall only if the people who made those civilizations vanish. This is a truth, which applies to all races, nations, and people: as long as the people who created a particular civilization survive, and are present in significant…

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Who We Are, 13

The following is my abridgement of chapter 13 of William Pierce’s history of the white race, Who We Are: Nordic Virtues Led Romans to World Domination Etruscan Kings Paved Way for Rome’s Fall Levantines, Decadence, Capitalism Sank Rome   Today, when we speak of “Latins,” we reflexively think of short, swarthy, excitable people who are…

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White Suicide since Ancient Rome

Excerpted from the 13th article of William Pierce’s “Who We Are: a Series of Articles on the History of the White Race”: Wealth inexorably undermined the old virtues. Decadence rotted the souls of the noble Romans. While the mongrel mobs were entertained by the debased spectacles in the Colosseum (not unlike the distraction of today’s…

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