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It’s perhaps fitting that the apparent rout of the “America First Caucus” amid Ruling Class attacks on the “Anglo-Saxon” legacy came on the day of Prince Philip’s funeral and the iconic shot of the black-clad, masked-up Sovereign sitting alone in a nearly empty church [Queen and Royal Family alone but for the gaze of the... Read More
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The Plymouth 400 Symposium
There is a woeful lack of ethnic consciousness and cohesion among Anglo-Saxons worldwide. In a groundbreaking essay published in 1980, John Tyndall, former head of the British National Party, defined the Anglo-Saxon ethnos as consisting of the English, Scots, Welsh, Anglo- and Scots-Irish communities and their counterparts in Australia, New Zealand, the United States, and... Read More
America is “a society that is and always has been multiethnic and polyglot,” burbled David Frum, in a 2016 exposition. It’s a refrain repeated by centrists like Frum and French (also David), by all lefties and by well-trained faux rightists. Such dissembling about America having always been multicultural are no more than post hoc justifications... Read More
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[Adapted from the latest Radio Derb, now available exclusively on VDARE.com.] The phrase "White Supremacist" seems to have settled in among Social Justice Warriors as the favorite term of obloquy for those of us who won't clap along with the Progressive liturgy. I guess the word "racist" was just worn out from over-use. "White Supremacist"... Read More
For most Americans, Independence Day means firecrackers and cookouts. The Declaration of Independence—whose proclamation, on July 4, 1776, we celebrate—doesn't feature. Contemporary Americans are less likely to read it now that it’s easily available on the Internet, than when it relied on horseback riders for its distribution. It is fair to say that the Declaration... Read More
Thoughts and Remembrance
If the reader will permit me this once a somewhat personal and idiosyncratic essay–heretofore I have never been either personal or idiosyncratic–I will promise never to do it again. No one can doubt the reliability of my promises. I have played in writing over the years with my birth in West Virginia and my consequent... Read More