TC Allen Company began in 1996. It publishes and sells books and booklets written by Thomas Allen and sells paintings by Deb A.M. Allen. Because of the death of Deborah Allen, president and co-founder and owner of TC Allen Company, on November 3, 2011, at the hands of hospice, TC Allen Company has suspended operation indefinitely. For pictures of Deb and her art, click here and here.
This site provides an index for Thomas Allen’s articles on his wife Deborah, monetary science, economics, politics and political science, history, social issues, Southern issues, religion, anthropology, and other topics. You may access these articles through this site.
Thomas Allen is the author of Integration Is Genocide;Adam to Abraham: The Early History of Mankind;Zionism: A Brief History, 1800-1949; Reconstruction of America's Monetary and Banking System: A Return to Constitutional Money; People of the Flood; and Species of Men: A Polygenetic Hypothesis. He has also written articles for The Gold Standard Journal, the journal of The Gold Standard Institute and the Southern National Newsletter of the Southern National Party.
William Lind states, “Political correctness is intellectual AIDS.” Articles referenced at this site treat people who suffer from intellectual AIDS and may cure a few of them. These articles also inoculate people who have not yet come down with this horrible disease against contracting it. Moreover, these articles may help people who suffer from Trump Derangement Syndrome (TDS), Confederaphobia, Dixiephobia, Hesperophobia, albusphobia, Passover Syndrome, intellectual hernias, racial nihilism, invincible ignorance, terminal ignorance, mental imprisonment, cognitive dissonance, infantile omnipotence, arrested development, or dissociation of sensibility and to keep people from contracting these diseases. They may also help cuckservatives, dysfunctional ideologues, and dystopians recover from their disease.
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I do not expect many people will read my works, especially those who need to study them, because, to quote Admiral Raphael Semmes, “men do not willingly read unpalpable truths.”
Frank Chodorov wrote, “This book lays no claim to being authoritative or original. Its ideas have been borrowed, mostly in an unconscious way, from the goodly number of writers whose thinking appealed to me. This is my blanket acknowledgment to all of them. The best that can be said of my effort is that it is an arrangement of their ideas in a way that will support the conviction I had before I started writing.” I make the same claim about my articles, although I borrow from writers with whom I ardently disagree and my borrowing may at times be more conscience than his. Like Chodorov, I have repackaged the ideas of others to support my convictions. Every idea that I have had that I thought was original, I later discovered through additional research that someone had thought of it before I did.
Know the Truth and the Truth shall make you free. (John 8:32)