The Bank of England’s Hidden Origins
By Stephen Goodson
Why are people by the thousands still protesting outside financial institutions all across the world? Why is the economy of most of the world in such horrible shape today? Basically it all started with the Bank of England, centuries ago. Here is the story of how the bankers managed to take control of planet Earth.
The Fate of Amelia Earhart
By Philip Rife
One of the greatest mysteries of all time is what happened to the intrepid Amelia Earhart, America’s favorite lady aviator? Did she miss her target island, overshoot, run out of fuel and ditch the plane? If so, the crash should have been survivable. Yet, the biggest air/sea rescue search in history failed to find her, her navigator Fred Noonan or their plane. New evidence on tiny Nikumaroro Island (near Howland Island) indicates she and Noonan survived as castaways for a time—or were they captured as spies by the Japanese as people of the Marshall Islands believe?
Why the West Is Supreme
By Kyle Bristow
Some peoples have failed to invent anything and have simply stagnated, while others have built glorious civilizations. What is the secret that makes Europe and Euro-America such mighty powers among the nations of the Earth? A nationalist thinker gives his views on this vital matter.
The Romans Versus the Etruscans
By William White
The Etruscans, who ruled in Italy before the rise of the Romans, have always been a mysterious people to moderns. Their language is an enigma. Their culture is unique. But it seems they were much influenced by some of their neighbors, including the ancient Phoenicians, a Semitic nation, that practiced child sacrifice and partook in other perverted rituals. Is there a lesson here from ancient history we can apply to our society today which practices its own form of child sacrifice (abortion) and has accepted sexual perversion as the modern-day norm?
Arkaim: Ancient Aryan Homeland?
By Marc Roland
A mysterious region of Russia, practically unknown in the Western world, is a land of ancient cities, quite possibly the original homeland of most white people. What, exactly, is Arkaim?
Attacks upon the Christian Church
By Daniel W. Michaels
Christianity used to be illegal in the old Soviet Union. But the ghost of Stalin has returned to haunt Russia, as obnoxious miscreants have seen fit to disrupt church services with their hooliganism. Is this the first wave of a new onslaught by the forces of militant atheism?
Saving Bethlehem from Fanatics
By Peter Strahl
Famous everywhere as the birthplace of Jesus, Bethlehem has been recently the site of Zionist harassment of His followers. Thanks to the new designation as a world heritage site, Christians can rest a little easier—we hope.
Can the White Race Be Saved?
By John Tiffany
Unless major changes are put into place, the greatest race in the history of planet Earth may pass away.Whites are failing to reproduce fast enough and, on top of that, there is a push to butcher white people outright. Where is the outcry?
Pact Could Have Averted WWII
By Joaquin Bochaca—Part 1
The British prime minister came up with a plan to limit the size of European armies, which could have prevented the holocaust known as World War II. Hitler agreed to the plan. So, what went wrong? Why did over 73 million people have to die? Here is part 1 of this important story.
The Great Camp Killer
By Michael Walsh
Holocaust believers are quick to claim victory in an argument with a holocaust skeptic by producing a photograph of piles of dead prisoners from one “death camp” or another. But what do these corpses really prove?
Featured in this issue:
Personal from the Editor ∙ Editorial: Just one good nationalist ∙ Oliver Cromwell: The Messiah? ∙ History You May Have Missed ∙ Latest evidence on lost flyer ∙ Great European composers ∙ Great Western philosophers ∙ Mysterious Etruscan writing ∙ Letters to the Editor
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