Issue Number 123 (June-July 2004):
Our feature article in the newest issue of National Vanguard magazine, number 123, is 'The Silent Coup' by contributing editor Justin Cowgill, a former editor for the Russian news service Pravda.ru and an American expatriate currently living in Russia. Mr. Cowgill explores the history of Vladimir Putin's accession to power and his battle against the Jewish oligarchs. No other writer has the insights and on-the-ground knowledge of what is really going on in Russia that Justin Cowgill has, and his encyclopedic analysis of the real forces behind the coup that has ousted the Jewish oligarchs from power will surprise and enlighten you.
In 'The Crime Gene,' National Vanguard's popular humorist, writer, and editor Ben Parker takes a fictional and funny look at the violent underclass that makes modern America such an ugly and dangerous place.
In our Forum section, you'll read letters from readers on the anthrax murders, the ethics of multiracialism, Eastern European attitudes towards Jews, and much more.
In his 'News from the Homelands' column, contributing editor Mark Cotterill brings us European news: HIV in Scotland, demographic disaster in England, nationalist advances in France and Italy, and much more.
Columnist Bob Whitaker debunks the mythology of the so-called "Greatest Generation" -- the World War II generation which threw away America's White Western heritage for a multiracialist pottage; and he also discusses how some 'very special' groups in our society are above criticism.
In his 'Postscripts' section, Revilo P. Oliver writes on 'Douglas Reed and The Controversy of Zion' -- an important anti-Zionist writer several of whose books are newly available again -- 'Face-to-Face With George Wallace,' and 'The Mistaken Path,' a discussion of the errors that conservatives made when they failed to ally themselves with science and reason.
In our books section, Ben Parker looks at the failed legacy of school 'integration' in 'A Half Century of Brown,' and new reviewer Will Lambert's 'The Tip of an Antenna' looks at Metamorphosis: The Impact of Third World Immigration on American Culture.
All that and more is yours in the best issue yet of our flagship publication.
32 pages, full color, glossy cover