American Dissident Voices broadcast of June 28, 2014
by Kevin Alfred Strom
LONGFELLOW WAS QUOTING a proverb known to the ancients when he had Prometheus say “Whom the gods would destroy they first make mad.” And that certainly applies to America and the West today. But not all of us are mad. How can we escape the asylum?
The blankos (the thoughtless, nearly brainless self-hating Whites raised in the last few generations) will surely bring great suffering upon themselves as they commit racial suicide, suffering on a scale that has never been seen before in this country. We see inklings of it in the injuries and deaths of uncounted White men and women, many of them elderly, in the “knockout game” “played” by Blacks to prove themselves to the other members of their feral packs, a “game” in which the goal is to knock out or kill a random White person with a single punch, a deadly “game” which the controlled media ignore almost as much as they ignore Black flash mobs and Mexican and Muslim gangs that prey on White women.
I assure you, the decline is just beginning. It’s a long way from Peoria to Mogadishu in terms of culture, but not as long as you think in terms of time. The problem is that our fate is tied to that of the blankos. When they suffer and die, we and our loved ones will too. We’re glued to the morons. We need to unglue ourselves.
American Dissident Voices broadcast of June 21, 2014
by Kevin Alfred Strom
THE GREAT POET EZRA Pound (pictured), when newly arrived in Italy in 1958, after 13 years of hellish false imprisonment in US mental hospitals, was asked by a reporter what it was like being released from an insane asylum in America. Pound replied that he had never been released from an insane asylum in America, adding that such a thing was impossible — because, he said, “All America is an insane asylum.” When he finally walked out the door of St. Elizabeth’s into the Washington, DC sunshine, he was just walking from a relatively small mental ward into a much larger and even more dangerous one. To his credit, he kept on going until he was well clear of the striped rag and the nutcases who still wave it.
I was just two years old when Pound said that, and it wasn’t until many years later that I or anyone I knew had even the faintest inkling of just how right Pound was — of just how crazy things were getting in America. It’s actually worse than being in a mental hospital, because 1) at least in a mental hospital they’re trying to cure you, not make you crazier; and 2) because America is also like a sinking ship. America as a nation is going down just as surely as the Titanic was going down once she hit the iceberg, but with one big difference: The crew and passengers of the Titanic were not, so far as I am aware, insane. The captain didn’t steer full speed ahead to collide with as many additional icebergs as possible. The crew didn’t argue with the fleeing passengers, trying to convince them that air and seawater were “equal” and that it was “evil” to breathe the one and refuse to breathe the other.
American Dissident Voices broadcast of June 14, 2014
by Kevin Alfred Strom (pictured)
WHAT IS A SIN? Webster says a sin is “a transgression against divine law.” Most churches in this country would define any breach of the Old Testament’s Ten Commandments as a sin, including the commandment that tells us to recognize the Hebrew tribal god, Yahweh, as the only god. This makes, by definition, every single one of our ancestors — from 100,000 years ago to just 1700 years ago — into unrepentant, irredeemable “sinners.”
American Dissident Voices broadcast of June 7, 2014
by Kevin Alfred Strom
HOW MUCH has it cost us to become subservient to the Jewish power structure? How much has it cost us to open our borders and embrace multiracialism, which we did largely at their insistence? How much has it cost us to see our once-shining cities gutted and turned into filthy ghettos? How much has it cost us to support the Jewish state of Israel? How much has it cost us to come under the financial tyranny of their banks and their debt-money system?
I usually don’t quantify our problems as White Americans in dollars and cents, but let’s make an exception today. Sometimes it’s valuable to look at things from an economic perspective, just to get a feeling for the enormity of the problem.
Let’s try to answer those questions in the most cautious and careful way we can.