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Welfare Terrorists:
The Dakota War of 1862

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During the US Civil War a vicious war broke out in Minnesota between the whites and the Dakota Sioux in 1862. The war is important to study for several reasons.

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The San Francisco Zebra Killings

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Clark Howard
Zebra
New York: Richard Marek Publishers, 1979

A central unexamined political issue in the United States is the failure to manage its African population since the end of the Civil War. This problem is foundational to every American public policy issue and every social problem.

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Time to Withdraw from South Korea

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Anti-American Protests in Seoul

Anti-American Protests in Seoul

There is a great deal of talk about an “America First” foreign policy. At the same time, there is a looming fear in the United States of Asian economic dynamism and rising Asian military and diplomatic power. To kill two birds with one stone, it is a good idea to make South Korea the first place to apply an “America First” foreign policy. Read more …

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Heroes & Cowards:
Diversity in the Military

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Dora L. Costa & Matthew E. Kahn
Heroes & Cowards: The Social Face of War
Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2008

One of the ideas that helped create the “Alt-Right” was laid out by Robert D. Putman in his book Bowling Alone (2000).[1] Putnam argues that after the social revolution of the 1960s introduced the horrors of “vibrancy” and “diversity” on America, civic society itself began to fragment. Read more …

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The Insider Threat, from an Alt-Right Viewpoint

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Once I listened to a counter-intelligence agent from the US government give a lecture. He was discussing internal threats, that is to say people who are somehow in the service of the US government who betray secrets or go on to engage in terrorism or other acts of treason. Obviously, a great many are not white, and this is not a surprise to anyone on the Alt Right.  Read more …

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Vanity on the Nile
Khartoum (1966)

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In the 1960s, there was a series of nostalgic, pro-colonial movies. One of them is Khartoum (1966). Although produced and directed by different people, Khartoum is a prequel to an earlier pro-British Empire classic, The Four Feathers (1939). Ralph Richardson had a role in both movies, playing Prime Minister William E. Gladstone in Khartoum.

The British have a strange pride in their actions in the Sudan. Read more …

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The Conquest of California

3,805 wordsThe Golden State has had a long history of racial conflict, and with today’s demographic crisis it is worth looking at what worked in the past.

California is the jewel in the crown of the American Union. Of all the states it contains the largest economy. Indeed, California’s economy is one of the largest in the world.[1] Read more …

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The Pro-Colonial Trilogy: 
55 Days at Peking, Zulu, & The Sand Pebbles

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55 Days at Peking (1963), Zulu (1964), and The Sand Pebbles (1966) aren’t part of an actual trilogy, and aside from Zulu, the films aren’t necessarily about colonialist projects in the strictest sense. Additionally, the movies are produced, written, and directed by entirely different people. However, they are remarkably similar in some ways, and they all have a pro-white rule vibe.

The 1960s were a radical, change-filled decade. Read more …

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Does America Need Black Troops?

Dallas police shooter Micah Johnson

Dallas police shooter Micah Johnson

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Let’s face it, it wasn’t that much of a surprise when a gunman was motivated to murder cops by the Black Lives Matter movement. Black Lives Matter has a malignant genius. It can claim to be a liberty-loving group of citizens petitioning their government for the redress of grievances while representing a group that will never be able to connect with the wider white society. This friction will inevitably bring about violence and killing. Read more …

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The Invisible War

Never Has Such a Profound Cultural Work Produced so Little Critical Thought

Never Has Such a Profound Cultural Work Produced so Little Critical Thought

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Part of my “red-pilling,” as the youngsters say nowadays, was when I was a 24-year-old commanding officer of a rather small combat arms unit, and the Brigade Equal Opportunity NCO walked into my office and informed me that one of the men in my unit had been sexually assaulting women after bursting into the “female latrine.” Naturally, the accused was a black man. The ensuing investigation uncovered a series of rapes by blacks against (mostly) white women who were working alongside the various alleged perpetrators.

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