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Neo-Conservatives: Bolsheviks of Tomorrow?

Thomas G. Mysiewicz When Moses Levy (“Karl Marx”) penned his manifesto, few imagined that, rather than eliminating poverty and social inequalities, it would serve as a tool for the actual mass murder of close to 100-million Christians. When Lenin (Ulyanov), … Continue reading

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Background to Treason, part 5

William L. Pierce Growing Zionist Power in the Postwar Era1 IF THE SECOND WORLD WAR was a watershed in the history of the rise and fall of Western civilization and of the race which created that civilization, it was an … Continue reading

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Background to Treason, part 4

William L. Pierce Teaching Americans to Hate and Kill the Jews’ Enemies1 AMERICANS WHO did not actually live through the Second World War cannot imagine the pervasive atmosphere of hatred against Germans which the Jews managed to generate with their … Continue reading

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Background to Treason, part 3

William L. Pierce From 1933 to the Second World War1 THE ALMOST simultaneous accession to power, early in 1933, of Adolf Hitler and Franklin Roosevelt is one of the great ironies of history.

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Background to Treason, part 2

William L. Pierce From the Balfour Declaration to the Roosevelt Era1 IN PRESENTING HIS PLAN to use an anticipated war among the Gentile nations for the furtherance of Jewish goals, Theodor Herzl had announced at the first meeting of the … Continue reading

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Background to Treason, part 1

William L. Pierce From the Exodus to the Balfour Declaration ALL THE TURMOIL and hatred and killing in the Middle East, some 6,000 miles from home, seems a distant problem to most Americans, who are much more concerned with economic … Continue reading

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