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    Free Thinkers Question the French 9/11
    “Read Guy Debord if you want it explained to you why you are either a knave or a dupe if you continue to participate in ‘free and fair elections.’ Read this book if you want it explained to you why you are either a knave or a dupe if you tolerate any form of Islamophobia... Read More
    A Study of Jewish Intelligence and Achievement
    The Jews have been a remarkably successful people. The thesis of this book is that much of this success can be explained by their high intelligence. The success of the Jews began to become apparent in the early nineteenth century. Up to this time Jews were discriminated against throughout most of Europe and their opportunities... Read More
    An Obama Appointee's Plan to Undermine the 9/11 Conspiracy Theory
    “David Ray Griffin has written a devastating critique of Cass Sunstein’s major effort to situate all critics of the official 9/11 story in the garbage pail of ‘conspiracy theory.’ Bringing to bear his formidable philosophical and theological skills, Griffin brilliantly illuminates this cognitive/ political concern, demonstrating that the American people will never find out what... Read More
    When State Crimes Against Democracy Succeed
    “Our civilization cannot survive if we do not confront the unanswered questions about 9/11. David Ray Griffin does that with the same clarity and meticulous documentation that characterized his preceding books. Frightening as the enormity of the truth about 9/11 may be, we should also bear in mind that it is a window of opportunity... Read More
    The Neoconservative Agenda, War in the Middle East, and the National Interest of Israel
      “ . . . a passionate attachment of one nation for another produces a variety of evils. Sympathy for the favorite nation, facilitating the illusion of an imaginary common interest in cases where no real common interest exists, and infusing into one the enmities of the other, betrays the former into a participation in... Read More
    Race, IQ, and Inequality Worldwide
    To Joyce For nothing this wide universe I call, Save thou, my rose… In The Bell Curve Richard Herrnstein and Charles Murray (1994) showed that in the United States there is a socioeconomic hierarchy of race and intelligence. They showed that whites are at the top of this hierarchy with the highest average IQ (103)... Read More
    An Open Letter to Congress and the Press
    “So who cares that the 9/11 Commission chose to believe that Dick Cheney did not enter the White House bunker until ‘shortly before 10:00, perhaps at 9:58,’ twenty minutes after the strike on the Pentagon. Surely the vice president would not fib, so the Commission threw out the testimony of several eyewitnesses, including Norman Mineta,... Read More
    An Up-Close Portrait of White Nationalist William Pierce
    To my parents, Walter and Helen Griffin It was a little after 7:00 p.m. on one of the pleasant summer evenings I had come to expect in the mountains of West Virginia. I was waiting for William Pierce in his cluttered, book-lined office in the National Alliance headquarters building. I had been living in this... Read More
    An Evolutionary Analysis of Jewish Involvement in Twentieth-Century Intellectual and Political Movements
    This book is the third and final volume developing an evolutionary perspective on Judaism. The first book, A People That Shall Dwell Alone: Judaism as a Group Evolutionary Strategy (MacDonald 1994; hereafter PTSDA) presented a theory of Judaism within an evolutionary framework, and the second book, Separation and Its Discontents: Toward an Evolutionary Theory of... Read More
    Toward an Evolutionary Theory of Anti-Semitism
    This book builds upon my previous work, A People That Shall Dwell Alone: Judaism as a Group Evolutionary Strategy (MacDonald 1994; hereafter PTSDA). While PTSDA focused on developing a theory of Judaism within an evolutionary framework, the present volume focuses on the phenomenon of anti-Semitism. Judaism and anti-Semitism fairly cry out for an evolutionary interpretation.... Read More
    Common Sense About America's Immigration Disaster
    By a curious coincidence, I began writing the Foreword to this Kindle edition of Alien Nation exactly seventeen years to the day since I wrote the Afterword to the original paperback edition—just before Christmas 1995. (For the Kindle edition, we have moved the Afterword so that it follows directly after these remarks, and is in... Read More
    Judaism as a Group Evolutionary Strategy
    This project attempts to develop an understanding of Judaism based on modern social and biological sciences. It is, broadly speaking, a successor to the late-19th-century effort to develop a Wissenschaft des Judentums—a scientific understanding of Judaism. The fundamental paradigm derives from evolutionary biology, but there will also be a major role for the theory and... Read More
    The Failure of Race Relations in Contemporary America
    I am grateful to many people who gathered information for this book and who suggested improvements to the text. Byron Walker was an unfailing source of valuable material, and Thomas Jackson and Dr. Wayne Lutton supplied me with useful publications I would not normally have consulted. Carol Fusco tirelessly gathered newspaper clippings and read the... Read More
    The True Account of 179 Days of Terror in San Francisco
    To Joe Buffer Fellow Marine, fellow writer, and friend, who was the catalyst for this one In any lengthy work of nonfiction, there are bound to be areas where the facts are not entirely certain — and this book is no exception. Rarely do two people see an event the same way, particularly if that... Read More
    The most truly disadvantaged are those who are hated for their virtues not their vices, who insist on playing the game of life with opponents who have long ago abandoned the rules, who stubbornly go on believing that a set of highly sophisticated institutions developed by and for a particular people at a particular point... Read More
    The Costly Attempt to Exterminate the People of Germany
    This book is dedicated to those people in all lands who are ruled primarily by reason, rather than emotion; who think consistently in terms of principle, rather than prejudice; who try to see events now the way they will be viewed a generation hence by sober historians; who try to identify the present distortion in... Read More
    Our times again are rich in memoirs, perhaps richer than ever before. It is because there is much to tell. The more dramatic and rich in change the epoch, the more intense the interest in current history. The art of landscape-painting could never have been born in the Sahara. The “crossing” of two epochs, as... Read More
    ON NOVEMBER 9, 1923, at 12.30 in the afternoon, in front of the Feldherrnhalle as well as in the courtyard of the former War Ministry the following men fell, with loyal faith in the resurrection of their people: ALFARTH, FELIX, businessman, b. July 5, 1901 BAURIEDL, ANDREAS, hatter, b. May 4, 1879 CASELLA, THEODOR, bank... Read More
    A Reply to Karl Kautsky
    In a land where "democracy" is so deeply entrenched as in our United States of America it may seem futile to try to make friends for a dictatorship, by a close comparison of the principles of the two—Dictatorship versus Democracy. But then, confiding in the inviting gesture of the Goddess of Liberty many of our... Read More
    The World's Foremost Problem
    Why discuss the Jewish Question? Because it is here, and because its emergence into American thought should contribute to its solution, and not to a continuance of those bad conditions which surround the Question in other countries. The Jewish Question has existed in the United States for a long time. Jews themselves have known this,... Read More
    More than a decade ago I became convinced that the key-note of twentieth-century world-politics would be the relations between the primary races of mankind. Momentous modifications of existing race-relations were evidently impending, and nothing could be more vital to the course of human evolution than the character of these modifications, since upon the quality of... Read More
    Events move so quickly at this time, that it is hard to set them down from memory even in chronological sequence. Neither newspapers nor documents are at our disposal. And vet the repeated interruptions in the Brest-Litovsk negotiations create a suspense which, under present circumstances, is no longer bearable. I shall endeavor, therefore, to recall... Read More
    This book is a slice of intensified history—history as I saw it. It does not pretend to be anything but a detailed account of the November Revolution, when the Bolsheviki, at the head of the workers and soldiers, seized the state power of Russia and placed it in the hands of the Soviets. Naturally most... Read More
    Essays on Working-Class and International Revolution, 1904-1917
    The world has not known us Russian revolutionists. The world has sympathized with us; the world abroad has given aid and comfort to our refugees; the world, at times, even admired us; yet the world has not known us. Friends of freedom in Europe and America were keenly anxious to see the victory of our... Read More
    The voice that speaks in this book is the voice of Leon Trotzky, the Bolshevik Minister of Foreign Affairs for Revolutionary Russia. It is expressing ideas and views which lighted him on the course of his policy toward the War, Peace and the Revolution. It throws light, therefore, on that policy; it helps to an... Read More
    ...Putting aside fine phrases we shall speak of the significance of each thought: by comparisons and deductions we shall throw light upon surrounding facts. What I am about to set forth, then, is our system from the two point[s] of view, that of ourselves and that of the goyim. It must be noted that men... Read More
    TO PROFESSOR CÆSAR LOMBROSO, TURIN. Dear and honoured Master, I dedicate this book to you, in open and joyful recognition of the fact that without your labours it could never have been written. The notion of degeneracy, first introduced into science by Morel, and developed with so much genius by yourself, has in your hands... Read More
    In the preface to A Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy, published in Berlin, 1859, Karl Marx relates how the two of us in Brussels in the year 1845 set about: “to work out in common the opposition of our view” — the materialist conception of history which was elaborated mainly by Marx —... Read More
    IT has never before happened that in the latest edition of a book I have had to disown so much in preceding editions; my first imperfect and spontaneous idea has never before been so modified and transformed, the final form being, perhaps, not even yet altogether attained. The idea that genius was a special morbid... Read More
    The present little book is, originally, part of a larger whole. About 1875, Dr. E. Dühring, privatdocent [university lecturer who formerly received fees from his students rather than a wage] at Berlin University, suddenly and rather clamorously announced his conversion to Socialism, and presented the German public not only with an elaborate Socialist theory, but... Read More
    Thanks to the economic and political development of France since [the French Revolution of] 1789, for 50 years the position of Paris has been such that no revolutions could break out there without assuming a proletarian character, that is to say, the proletariat, which had bought victory with its blood, would advance its own demands... Read More
    A Critique of Political Economy
    The wealth of those societies in which the capitalist mode of production prevails, presents itself as “an immense accumulation of commodities,”[1] its unit being a single commodity. Our investigation must therefore begin with the analysis of a commodity. A commodity is, in the first place, an object outside us, a thing that by its properties... Read More
    "The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte" is one of Karl Marx' most profound and most brilliant monographs. It may be considered the best work extant on the philosophy of history, with an eye especially upon the history of the Movement of the Proletariat, together with the bourgeois and other manifestations that accompany the same, and... Read More
    A spectre is haunting Europe — the spectre of communism. All the powers of old Europe have entered into a holy alliance to exorcise this spectre: Pope and Tsar, Metternich and Guizot, French Radicals and German police-spies. Where is the party in opposition that has not been decried as communistic by its opponents in power?... Read More