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Day of Wrath, 4

The history of childhood and its Newton John Bowlby advanced the fundamentals for understanding attachment; Colin Ross did the same for mental disorders in human beings, and I will keep his class in mind to explain psychohistory. But Ross is a physician, not an historian. In the following pages I will show the deeper reasons…

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Siege, 16

Loyalty Only To Ourselves Note of the Editor: Just compare the very first phrase of Mason’s article below with Andrew Anglin’s recent exchange with Greg Johnson that only normal American flags should be used in pro-white rallies. The difference between white nationalists and the real thing cannot be more conspicuous.   There is nothing outside…

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Fucking Canadians

Sprayed yesterday on Canada’s Highway 400 These fucking Canadians moved me today to change the subtitle of this site. Listen Pierce’s novel to see what will happen to Judaized Canada after the Holy Racial Wars!

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Richie Spence's suicidal POV

by Jack Burton   I’ve heard Richard Spencer say stupid shit before like castizos are white and Persians are white. This [YouTube clip: here] would be the first time I’ve heard him say that actual mulattoes are acceptable in a white ethnostate. Uh, you’ve lost your god damn mind, Richie Spence. The population of multiracial…

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Where are your balls?

Fifty years ago, the noblest man born in America was bid farewell with Nazi salutes. Last year, the Roman salute was even condemned by the panel of racialist speakers who, within a few yards, watched Richard Spencer toast after Trump’s triumph. This year the white nationalists have gone further after Charlottesville: they claim in unison…

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Strong meat

One of the advantages of rereading what one has written years ago is that the faults of the old manuscript become visible. Yesterday I reread my ‘Why I am not a neo-Nazi’ originally published in March of 2014, and I see that the text had an unnecessary tail in which I criticise Covington’s feminism, almost…

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