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Sins of the Fathers: Racism and Genocide in the Old Testament

From National Vanguard magazine, 1986:Sins of the Fathers: Racism and Genocide in the Old TestamentBy Frank Candor Although the alleged sins took place more than a generation ago, they hardly have become bygones to those who claim to have been sinned against.  These victims are determined that the world shall not forget their tribulations or the wickedness of their persecutors; witness only the ongoing National Holocaust Memorial Museum project in Washington and the new nine-hour film epic, Shoa, the latest in a long series of Hollywood “Holocaust” spectaculars.Over and over again, through every medium of communication, we are presented with two contrasting images:  on the one hand the blameless innocents (both Jews and non-Jews, we are told, although the focus is . . .

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Background to Treason – Part V

Background to Treason A Brief History of U.S. Policy in the Middle East Part 5: Growing Zionist power in the Postwar Era [1] From the January 1984 issue of National Vanguard By Dr. William Pierce 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 even more decisive event in the history of the race which has done its best to poison and distort that civilization while sucking sustenance from it.

For the Western people the war was a spiritual death spasm. For the Jews, however, it was the final breaking free from the ghetto. The French Revolution . . .

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Background to Treason: Part IV

Background to Treason A Brief History of U.S. Policy in the Middle East Part 4: Teaching Americans to Hate & Kill the Jews’ Enemies [1] From National Vanguard Issue No. 96 (August, 1983) By Dr. William Pierce 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 war propaganda. It began in 1933 — more than eight years before Pearl Harbor — with the aim of preparing the American people emotionally to wage war against Germany; it gained venom during the war years, inciting Americans to spare nothing in their effort to kill Germans; and it continued after the war, . . .

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