Twelve basic authors

1. Madison Grant (1865-1937) 2. Lothrop Stoddard (1883-1950) 3. Revilo Oliver (1908-1994) 4. Wilmot Robertson (1915-2005) 5. William Pierce (1933-2002) 6. David Irving (1938- ) 7. Philippe Rushton (1943- ) 8. Kevin MacDonald (1944- ) 9. Michael O’Meara (1946- ) 10. Guillaume Faye (1949- ) 11. Tom Sunic (1953- ) 12. Harold Covington (1953- )

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The US

“The United States, as the architect of the prevailing world system, is the source of all evil…” —Michael O’Meara

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Our loose screw

That Whites have got a loose screw is patent even in the writing of the foremost expert on how the Jews are capitalizing on it. In an article at his webzine, The Occidental Observer, Kevin MacDonald put it in simple terms: My view is that moral universalism and guilt are aspects of individualism as an…

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“Norway did not need the Jew; we did it ourselves”

At Counter-Currents a Norwegian commenter said: There are very few Jews in Norway. And contrary to many other western nations, the Norwegian industry of banking, media, higher education, entertainment, publishing etc are not dominated by a handful of Jews. Most Norwegians grow up without ever meeting one. Originally, the Norwegian constitution forbade Jews (and Jesuits)…

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The Competition of Races

Madison Grant’s The Passing of the Great Race, published in 1916, is a classic in race studies. Below, a few excerpts from “The Competition of Races” (no ellipsis added): Man continuously undergoes selection through the operation of the forces of social environment. Among native Americans of the Colonial period a large family was an asset…

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Where will the white revolution start?

Mickey Meadows said: “I don’t know where the revolution will start, but I do feel sure that it will have to be won in America. Fights have to won where the enemy is strongest.” Fender replied: “The revolution will start in either central—Hungary, Romania, Austria—or southern—Greece, Italy—Europe. In my opinion, anyway.”

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Gospel Fictions, 3

  Below, part of Gospel Fictions’ third chapter, “Nativity legends” by Randel Helms (ellipsis omitted between unquoted passages): Two of the four canonical Gospels—Matthew and Luke—give accounts of the conception and birth of Jesus. John tells us only of the Incarnation—that the Logos “became flesh”—while Mark says nothing at all about Jesus until his baptism…

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Greg Johnson’s second thoughts on Breivik

Originally titled: “Breivik: A Strange New Respect” My initial reaction to Anders Berhing Breivik’s killing spree on July 22, 2011 was largely anger, because I feared that his actions would harm not just Norwegian ethno-nationalism but white nationalism around the world. I was relieved to learn that Breivik was a product of the Jewish-controlled Counter-Jihadist…

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The Physical Basis of Race

Madison Grant’s The Passing of the Great Race, published in 1916, is a classic in race studies. Below, a few excerpts from the second chapter, “The Physical Basis of Race” (no ellipsis added): These physical characters are to all intents and purposes immutable and they do not change during the lifetime of a language or…

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