Giles Corey’s book The Sword of Christ was published by Amazon in 2020 but then banned from the site. He writes, “Since it was banned by Amazon, I have been exceedingly busy. Though I do plan to release a second edition at some point in the future, I just don’t have the time to do it anytime […]
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I harbored no illusions about Donald “Platinum Plan” Trump, and did not plan on voting at all in this election. I knew that this election was almost wholly irrelevant to the American prospect, to the fate of White America. It isn’t that the “breathing room” argument is unsound, but rather that President Trump has never […]
Those who have read my book, The Sword of Christ, will be familiar with the spectacular collapse of that last bastion of Christian Biblical orthodoxy, the Southern Baptist Convention, into Satanic Jewish Leftism. The SBC’s Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, led by the snake Russell Moore, was the vehicle through which much of this subversion […]
The Declaration of the White race of America, When in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bonds which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s […]
As our nation comes apart at the seams, shoddily sewn together in the first place, we must finally acknowledge that conservatism was not enough. The United States Constitution was not enough. As Revilo Oliver observed, “the document must have borne within itself the seed of its own dissolution.” Our compromised Constitution was indeed a compromise, […]
Go to Part 1. Go to Part 2. Of course, the Sacklers and their Purdue executives were not the only demons who facilitated the White Plague. We must not lose sight of the fact that the Jewish-dominated American healthcare system itself, by far the most expensive on earth, is not only failing to halt the […]
Richard Sackler Go to Part 1 In 1991, Richard Sackler got his wish, a new company to “take on the risk of new products.” Purdue Pharma, Inc., was born. As with the other Sackler outfits, it was a family affair, led primarily by Mortimer, Raymond, and their respective families. The drug that would become OxyContin […]