Category Archives: Anthropology

Race-Mixing: The Key to World Peace?

Eric Thomson The promoters of race-mixing would have us believe that racial differences are the root cause of mankind’s troubles. The Marxists used to tell us that the root of all evil was “the class society”, which produced ‘awful’ things … Continue reading

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What Can the Historian, the Genealogist and the Statistician Contribute to the Investigation of the Biological Aspect of the Jewish Problem?

Baron Otmar von Verschuer, M.D. Translated from the German by Charles E. Weber, Ph.D. Translator’s Introduction The following article was originally given as a lecture and was subsequently published in the series, Forschungen zur Judenfrage (Studies on the Jewish Problem). … Continue reading

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Humor and Film from the Perspective of Sammy Glick

Nicholas Carter Is Jewish humor basically different from that of Gentiles? Do motion pictures produced, written, and directed primarily by Jews, differ basically from films made by Gentile artists of the medium? With little room for doubt, the answer to … Continue reading

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Racial Origin and Earliest Racial History of the Hebrews

Eugen Fischer Translated from the German by Charles E. Weber, Ph.D. Translator’s Introduction The August-September 1983 issue of Liberty Bell contains my translation of and introduction to an article by the German geneticist, Baron Otmar von Verschuer, in which its … Continue reading

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The Most Evil Man

Richard C. Bentinck, M.D. In all groups of social animals, there is a ruler – a dominant individual, usually a physically powerful male. His purpose is to serve the group as its leader, its protector and guide to food and … Continue reading

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Racial Biology of the Jews

Baron Otmar von Verschuer, M.D. Translated from the German by Charles E. Weber, Ph.D. Translator’s Introduction The following article was taken from Volume III (1938) of the very important series, Forschungen zur Judenfrage (Studies on the Jewish Problem), the first … Continue reading

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Race Mixture in the Roman Empire

Tenney Frank THERE is one surprise that the historian usually experiences upon his first visit to Rome. It may be at the Galleria Lapidaria of the Vatican or at the Lateran Museum, but, if not elsewhere, it can hardly escape … Continue reading

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Julia Pastrana: Deformed Freak or Half-Ape?

Allan Callahan Long-time readers of various racialist publications may recall the case of Julia Pastrana, whose photo has appeared from time to time, along with brief accounts of her life. She was said to be half-ape and half-human, born when … Continue reading

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A Very Important Fraction

Allan Callahan We have all heard the term “racial equality” till it is running out of our ears. Advocates say there are no differences between Whites and Blacks except color; although, when pressed, some will admit a few other physical … Continue reading

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Race and Politics

The Myth of Racial Equality H. B. Isherwood Contents 1. Natural Inequalities 2. Racial Origins 3. Biological Basis of Races 4. Racial Psychological Differences 5. The Great Lamarckian Fallacy 6. Multiracial Democracy (Great Britain) 7. Multiracial Democracy (United States) 8. … Continue reading

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Shiva Naipaul’s African Journey

Allan Callahan The late Shiva Naipaul, who died in 1985, was an Asian Hindu writer from Trinidad. In the 1970s he got to wondering what terms like “liberation,” “revolution” and “socialism” actually meant to black Africans, and wanted to find out, … Continue reading

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The Descension of Man

An Essay by Richard C. Bentinck, M.D. “Human beings are absurdly easy to indoctrinate. They seek it.” –Edward O. Wilson, Sociobiology: The New Synthesis, Harvard University Press, 1982. The diminishing numbers of mankind among the enormous redundancy of hairless bipedal … Continue reading

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Who are the Russians?

Who are the Russians?1 Revilo P. Oliver EVERY AMERICAN carries in his mind a picture or a filmstrip labeled “the Russians,” and those pictures largely determine his opinions on some of the most important problems of national strategy.

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Racethink

Against individualism William L. Pierce IT HAS been opined in past issues of this magazine that man’s most dangerous myth is that of equality: the myth which, in its starkest form, says that every featherless biped, regardless of race, gender, … Continue reading

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Early Civilisations of the Nordic Peoples

Roger Pearson M.Sc. (Econ) Following the exposition of Professor Hans F. K. Günther ANTHROPOLOGICAL and archaeological research reveals that during the Neolithic period Northwest Europe shared a common culture with distinct and characteristic forms which corresponded to a definite racial … Continue reading

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