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"Government is actually imaginary. It's a quality we ascribe to certain people or groups in our minds. It brings order, but with heavy costs and much brutal lunacy. It's probably an inescapable part of our mentality, though. Like the 'hive consciousness' of social insects." - Kevin Alfred Strom

Iran 2009, Iran 1953

IRAN 2009, IRAN 1953: It’s now widely accepted that the coup that installed the hated Shah in power in Iran in 1953 was engineered by Western intelligence agencies, mainly the CIA. The same thing appears to be happening there now, with the exception that the Zionists who now dominate the U.S. actually prefer Ahmadinejad […]

"In short, if capable, intelligent people had the most babies, society would see its problems and solve them." - Elmer Pendell

Anthrax Investigation Site is Back

One of the anthrax letters. Were the anthrax attacks the result of a disgruntled scientist or a murderous intelligence agency?

by Kevin Alfred Strom

THE GROUND-BREAKING investigation of the 2001 anthrax attacks by researcher Robert Pate, The Anthrax Mystery: Solved, is now back on line at anthraxattacks.net — its original venue on the Web.

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"We must acknowledge that 'rights' are a concept only and have no physical existence except as a cloud of zooming electrons in our brains. No matter where you search or how long you search, even if you carefully sift the entire Universe with a sieve, you will not be able to lay your hands on a single right. Rights are, however, a very useful concept when setting up societies." - Kevin Alfred Strom

Free Lakota Bank

FREE LAKOTA BANK: Not only have the Lakota tribe declared their independence from the Evil Empire, but now some freedom-minded entrepreneurs there have begun issuing their own currency and offer usury-free banking, lending, and investment instruments. It appears that White Americans who want independence and freedom have a lot to learn from the Lakota […]

"I believe there exists, and I feel within me, an instinct for truth, or knowledge or discovery, of something of the same nature as the instinct of virtue, and that our having such an instinct is reason enough for scientific researches without any practical results ever ensuing from them." - Charles Darwin

Personal Beauty and Race

PERSONAL BEAUTY AND RACE: Thanks to the Food of Vietnam site for excerpting my article “Beauty, Art, and Race” for their “Beauty is in the Eye of the Beholder” series on the Westernization of standards of personal beauty in Asia. As they state, huge numbers of Asian men and women undergo painful and risky […]

"The struggle for existence in a universe we did not choose, and the burden of being a member of the only race which values objective, verifiable truth as an end in itself, makes us sometimes long for escape from reality -- in some cases through a literature of the fantastic, of marvelous dream worlds, of free-ranging fantasy. But we must not confuse that necessary escape with what is real." - Revilo P. Oliver

The Destruction of Joe McCarthy

Joseph McCarthy: His efforts to expose and remove Communists from the U.S. government caused forces far wider than Communism itself to viciously attack and destroy him.

There are profound lessons for us today in the saga of this misled hero.

by Scott Speidel, Florida State University

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“Average Americans can […]

"He who possesses art and science has religion; he who does not possess them, needs religion." - Goethe

The Destruction of Joe McCarthy, part 2

Roy Cohn and David Schine: agents of destruction given huge publicity by the media as "McCarthy's Men"

by Scott Speidel, Florida State University

read part 1 of this article

Fear of “Anti-Semitism” Provides an Opening

MCCARTHY’S REPUTATION was destroyed chiefly by the feud that two staffers on his Subcommittee […]

"No man undertakes a trade he has not learned, even the meanest; yet everyone thinks himself sufficiently qualified for the hardest of all trades, that of government." - Socrates

Henry Ford Article Reprinted

HENRY FORD ARTICLE REPRINTED: Thanks to Indonesian blogger Mengenai Saya for adding my article, “The Wisdom of Henry Ford” to her online English course. Note, though, that the address mentioned in the reprint is out of date, and anyone wishing to write me should use the “contact” link at the top of this page.

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"The men who wintered at Valley Forge did not suffer those months of intense cold and hunger in the hope that the union of the colonies would one day be able to stir up wars between other countries...." -Ezra Pound

Perpetual Diversity

PERPETUAL DIVERSITY: Their symbol is Pisa’s leaning tower; one of their slogans is ‘Save Europe’; their staff includes Mrs. Sharity Ross-Petit, a Black woman who leads their Motherland Project, an effort to reclaim the African heritage of her people and get compensation for those who were enslaved — and Bob Hoy, former newspaperman and […]

"I have never wished to cater to the crowd; for what I know to be true they do not approve, and what they approve I know to be false." - Epicurus

The Dresden Holocaust and the Numbers Game

The bodies are counted just after Valentine's Day, 1945, in the aftermath of the Dresden Holocaust. American author Kurt Vonnegut was there. Emerging from a shelter into the smoldering ashes of the firebombed city of civilians and refugees, he told a fellow survivor "I'll never trust my government again."

by Kevin Alfred Strom

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