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Knut Hamsun and the Cause of Europe

From National Vanguard magazine, Issue No. 116, 1996

By Mark Deavin

Knut Hamsun

After fifty years of being confined to the Orwellian memory hole created by the Jews as part of their European “denazification” process, the work of the Norwegian author Knut Hamsun — who died in 1952 — is reemerging to take its place among the greatest European literature of the twentieth century. All of his major novels have undergone English-language reprints during the last two years, and even in his native Norway, where his post-1945 ostracism has been most severe, he is finally receiving a long-overdue recognition. Of course, one debilitating question still remains for the great and good of the . . .

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Henry Williamson: Nature’s Visionary

From National Vanguard magazine, Issue No. 117, 1997:

Henry Williamson: Nature’s Visionary By Mark Deavin

The fact that the name of Henry Williamson is today so little known across the White world is a sad reflection of the extent to which Western man has allowed himself to be deprived of his culture and identity over the last 50 years. Until the Second World War Williamson was generally regarded as one of the great English Nature writers, possessing a unique ability to capture the essential essence and meaning of the natural world in all its variety and forms.

His most famous Nature book, Tarka the Otter, was published in 1927 and became one of the best-loved children’s books of . . .

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Out of the Darkness

American Dissident Voices broadcast of July 31, 2004:

Out of the Darkness by Dr. William L. Pierce introduced by Kevin Alfred Strom

As I record this week’s broadcast, it has been two years since the untimely death of the founding chairman of the National Alliance, my friend and certainly one of the profoundest thinkers of the 20th century, William L. Pierce.   Dr. Pierce told me that his greatest goal in life was to build the Alliance into a vehicle for the survival and advancement of our people that would transcend his own leadership, that would endure beyond his physical life and beyond the lifetimes of any of its leaders.   There were times that Dr. Pierce agonized . . .

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A World Gone Mad

From lecture by Dr. Pierce on January 30, 1977 at the office of the National Office in Arlington, Virginia. It also appeared in the National Alliance Members BULLETIN:

A World Gone Mad    by Dr. William Pierce  A few days ago I was looking through a batch of pamphlets and leaflets published by various groups at Portland State University, which MS brought here with him from Oregon. Some of the material was published by a homosexual group calling itself “Men’s Resource Center,” and the interesting thing about it was that, if one skipped over the explicitly homosexual statements, the material read just about like the great bulk of the garbage published by non-homosexual, White, liberal groups which is continually coming . . .

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Dr. Pierce contrasts Cosmotheist concept of responsibility with Christian doctrine of irresponsibility

Letter from Dr. William L. Pierce to members of his Cosmotheist Community, May 22, 1978:

Dear Cosmotheist:

Our computerized typesetter was delivered March 1 and is being temorarily housed at the National Alliance offices. In return for providing space for the machine, the Community is allowing the Alliance to use the machine for setting type for NATIONAL VANGUARD and other Alliance publications. We expect, however, to set the type for the second of our own pamphlets within the next month. This letter was composed on the new machine — which is even easier to use than an ordinary electric typewriter — and you can see how much better it looks than a mimeographed letter.

I am pleased to . . .

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Dr. Pierce Answers FAQs about Cosmotheism and the CCC

Questions & Answers about Cosmotheism and the Cosmotheist Community Church

  With what single aim should men who are members of the Cosmotheist Community shape their institutions and shape their society? A    Their single aim should be service of the Creator’s Purpose. Every other thing which men may consider desirable in their society  — justice, tranquility, security, happiness, wealth, liberty — must be subordinated to this aim.  Q    What are the four social concerns of men which are in accord with this aim?    They are survival, right striving, order, and progress. Q    What four functions of the Community follow from these concerns? A    The Community defends the lives and the . . .

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Cosmotheist Affirmations

Cosmotheist Affirmations These are to be studied, memorized and recited daily by Cosmotheist believers. These Affirmations are also to be recited aloud, in unison by Cosmotheists at the beginning of each gathering to reinforce our Purpose, which is the Creator’s Purpose:  A:1 There is but One Reality.   A:2 That is, Reality is the Whole.   A:3 It is the Creator, the Self-Created.   A:4 I am of the Whole.   A:5 I am of the Creator, of the Self-Created.   A:6 My Purpose is the Creator’s Purpose.   A:7 My Path is the Path of the Creator’s Self-Realization.   A:8 My Path is the Path Divine Consciousness.   A:9 My Destiny is Godhood.

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Dr. Pierce: Our Alliance Must Have a Spiritual Basis

The following is a Cosmothest lecture that Dr. Pierce gave on March 27, 1977. It is reprinted from the National Alliance BULLETIN: A Program for a New America By Dr. William L. Pierce

The topic I announced for tonight is a little misleading. I said I intended to talk about “A Program for a New America,” but a more accurate title would be “Why We Haven’t Yet Announced a Program for a New America.” That is apparently a subject which is on the minds of a great many people. When I talk to a new person who has recently read an ATTACK!  for the first time, the questions he asks tend to be of the sort: “What do you . . .

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Dr. Pierce tells of changing strategy for the National Alliance

Transcript of a talk by Dr. Pierce to his followers back in the mid-1970s:Changes AheadIn the year which lies ahead of us, we must accomplish some things which we started to do this year but have not yet done. In order to accomplish those things we must make some substantial changes in the way we have been going about it. I want to talk to you tonight about those changes, but first I want to review the situation in which we find ourselves and the way we have responded to that saturation so far.

Perhaps the easiest way to begin is to refer to the film . . .

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Our Cause

Our Cause Text of 1976 speech by Dr. William L. Pierce to his supporters: EVERY DAY, I receive letters from our members across the country as well as from people here in the Washington area who have attended our meetings in the past. These letters and questions indicate that there is still some uncertainty in people’s minds as to what we are, what we believe, and what we intend to do. Questions, in other words, as to what it’s all about. I want to try again tonight to answer these questions as clearly as I possibly can. I’m sure that one of the difficulties people have in trying to understand us is that they can’t figure out quite how . . .

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