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Revenge of the Neanderthal

A JOURNAL OF NATIONALIST THOUGHT & HISTORY

Revenge of the Neanderthal

By Willis Carto

According to a novel theory put forth by several diverse writers and researchers, Neanderthal man may not have died out after all, but his descendants (intermixed with others) may still be living among us today and are known collectively as “the Jews.” Not only the author but others have independently theorized that the Neanderthal is the true ancestors of the Jews. The following essay is an effort to examine this important and controversial theory. Accompanying the essay is a wide variety of material that provides a comprehensive foundation for the thesis.


Anthropologists generally turn somersaults to avoid discussing it, but Neanderthal man is the basic racial stock for most Jews. And this is steadily developing into a generally accepted if underplayed consensus. Now that this fact is being disinterred, we are experiencing a great public relations campaign “humanizing” and even ennobling the Neanderthal, innocent victim of his contemporary, the Cro-Magnon man, the aggressive, conniving, brutal competitor and all-around rotter, the racial basis for the Aryan white man. [Read the entire article as PDF…]


This product was added to our catalog on Monday 28 March, 2011.



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