Monthly Archives: July 2014

The New Mount Sinai

This entry is a part of a series. To clearly understand the material below in context, you may wish to begin at the beginning with the introduction to the series. “Eugenical truth,” declared [Madison] Grant’s disciple Albert E. Wiggam [author … Continue reading

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Hitler’s Bible

This entry is a part of a series. To clearly understand the material below in context, you may wish to begin at the beginning with the introduction to the series. As chronicled in an earlier entry in this series, the … Continue reading

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“Taking Care of” the Poor

This entry is a part of a series. To clearly understand the material below in context, you may wish to begin at the beginning with the introduction to the series. I am quite convinced that the average American has either … Continue reading

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Resistance Is Futile–You will NOT Be Assimilated!

This entry is a part of a series. To clearly understand the material below in context, you may wish to begin at the beginning with the introduction to the series. In an earlier entry in this blog series, we met … Continue reading

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Thou Shalt Not Be Fruitful and Multiply

This entry is a part of a series. To clearly understand the material below in context, you may wish to begin at the beginning with the introduction to the series. The massive waves of immigration to American shores, particularly of … Continue reading

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Elegy for Lady Liberty’s Melting Pot

This entry is a part of a series. To clearly understand the material below in context, you may wish to begin at the beginning with the introduction to the series. Elegy: “a poem of serious reflection, typically a lament for … Continue reading

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Lily-White Blueprint

This entry is a part of a series. To clearly understand the material below in context, you may wish to begin at the beginning with the introduction to the series. Madison Grant has been touted by many to be among … Continue reading

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