It is good for Americans to reacquaint themselves with those healthier times before the Jewish, controlled media dominated their country, before swarming hordes of officially favored minorities were declared equal. It was a time when men were men and women were women, and both were proud of it.
It is good to be reminded that America was created by brave Whites fighting against unspeakably cruel savages; that our kind won with hard work, courage, and persistence; and that they knew it was right to fight for their place in the sun, for their destiny. These men and women put to shame the trendy wimps and feminists dominating Washington today.
It is also good to be reminded of the truth. For decades the media and
Politically Correct historians have ignored the thousands of books and
tens of thousands of personal accounts written before 1900 while
bombarding Whites with half-lies interwoven with half-truths. Our four
featured authors were careful researchers and excellent writers of the
interesting and exciting truth. Parkman's and Roosevelt's works were
widely read until the Second World War. Meyer's and Eckert's works in
the mid-twentieth century were so well-written and fascinating they
could could not be suppressed.
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