Classic Essays

Introduced by Kevin Alfred Strom THERE IS MUCH of Nature’s wisdom in this passage from science writer Robert Ardrey’s landmark book, The Territorial Imperative: (ILLUSTRATION: Emperor penguins march into the looming night) “No natural hazard which this planet offers can…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce African Genesis, Robert Ardrey (pictured), 380 pages, softback.
The Territorial Imperative, Robert Ardrey, 390 pages, softback.
The Social Contract, Robert Ardrey, 405 pages, softback. ROBERT ARDREY’S TRILOGY can without exaggeration be described as the most…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver A Question of Taxonomy THE READER WILL have noticed what was illogical and literally untrue in the foregoing section, and will have made allowance for the vagaries of our language, but the point deserves comment. On the basis of the report in Mr. Dieckmann’s book, I made a statement…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Brian Boru THE HUMAN MIND is a wondrous thing. Some weeks ago I had the experience of lending to a friend of mine, for his perusal, a recent issue of Liberty Bell magazine. Two days ago (I am writing this on the evening of 29 December 1986) he returned the extra copy to me, and we had a little time to discuss…
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Essays

by Martin Kerr “…It is Life alone that all things must serve.” – Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf, Vol. I, Chap. 9, p. 215 (Manheim) INTRODUCTION A UNIQUE AND compelling feature of the National Socialist worldview of Adolf Hitler is that, of all the various political movements and ideologies of the modern…
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American Dissident VoicesAudioKevin Alfred StromRadioRevilo P. Oliver

American Dissident Voices broadcast of March 3, 2018 by Kevin Alfred Strom SOCIAL AND POLITICAL COHESION of the nation is one of the primary functions of religion, a function which Christianity completely fails to fulfill today anywhere in the West. It is also a function which Christianity, and all…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver THE THEORY of biological evolution requires no proof. It is the only reasonable and logically plausible explanation of the origin and development of life on this planet that has been thus far proposed. For rational men, there is no alternative. During the past decade, however,…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

WE OWE to the late Robert Ardrey a series of books that have contributed to the education of “Liberal intellectuals” who can read intelligently. Although they think themselves grown up and too mature to believe the childish stories in the Jew-Book, they retain in their minds the myth about…
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Classic Essays

by Robert Throckmorton ANYONE WHO HAS SEEN an anthill should conclude that there is such a thing as ant nature and that it is different from human nature. But however flexibly we can arrange human societies, we just cannot live like ants. It is easy to forget this. When the cultural anthropologists of…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

The mysterious homing instinct of animals, and the human sense of home and homeland by Revilo P. Oliver THE Manchester Guardian may have been a liberal publication when it was founded in 1821. When I first began to glance occasionally at copies of it, a hundred and thirty years later, it had already become…
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