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Franco, 1

I have been watching documentaries interviewing Spanish academics about Francisco Franco and Franco’s Spain that have given me pause for thought. The first surprise I got was that the Second Spanish Republic ‘liberated’ women, a Newspeak term meaning that it altered sexual roles in the 1930s through a ‘feminism’ that was reversed during Franco’s regime,…

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Gendron’s manifesto:

A brief critique First of all, I would like to say that the way bourgeois racialists denigrate the actions not only of this shooter but previous ones (Breivik, Tarrant, etc.) in the comments section of Counter-Currents, The Unz Review and even The Occidental Observer, is infinitely more reprehensible than what these lone wolves do (see…

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The return of the Blond Beast

Or: Against Pierce and Laje In our latest translation of the preface to a reliable edition of Hitler’s after-dinner talks, we came across this passage: The defeat of 1918, he thought, and the harsh terms of the peace treaty so wounded the national pride and self-confidence of the German people that they exerted all their…

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Lavrov v. Uncle Sam

by Andrew Anglin Editor’s Note: When I first became involved in the issue of defending the West against the programme of soft genocide through mass migration, I noticed on anti-jihad forums that conservatives, many of them Christians, were spearheading the fight. So why do I insult Christians so much? As one begins to deduce from…

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History of American NS, 8

The National Alliance and smaller organizations (1970-1985) By any imaginable standards, the National Socialist White People’s Party was the predominant NS organization in the United States throughout the 1970s and into the early 1980s. But it was not the only NS group. Except for the National Renaissance Party and NSDAP-AO, all of these other formations…

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History of American NS, 7

The National Socialist White People’s Party (1967-1982) Second day of the sixth congress of the NSWPP and the World Union of National Socialists, Milwaukee, 1975. A telephone call came into the national headquarters of the National Socialist White People’s Party about half-past noon on August 25, 1967. National Secretary Matt Koehl took the call. It…

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History of American NS, 6

The Rockwell years (1959-1967) When discussing Movement history, the period 1959-1967 is commonly referred to as ‘The Rockwell Years’, and rightly so. George Lincoln Rockwell first raised the Swastika banner in Arlington, Virginia, on March 8, 1959, and he was assassinated there on August 25, 1967. There were indeed other NS and pro-NS organizations on…

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History of American NS, 2

German-American Bund camp 1936-1941 German-American Bund At its height, the Friends of the New Germany had approximately 10,000 members. This is ten times the number of members that Gau-USA had, and twenty times the number of its predecessor, Teutonia. However, sixty percent of FDND members were German citizens, not eligible for membership in the newly…

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History of American NS, 1

by Martin Kerr   1924-1936 Introduction In order to chart a course for American National Socialism into the future, we must know where we stand today. And to have an accurate understanding of our present position we need to know where we came from. It is the goal of this series of articles to provide…

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