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Out of It

JS57207730American Dissident Voices broadcast of February 21, 2015

by Kevin Alfred Strom

WHEN YOU think of Great Britain, what do you think of? The greatest European empire the world has ever seen? The pinnacle of of White artistic achievement, as personified in the sublime painters of the Royal Academy a century or two ago? Shakespeare? Wordsworth? Dante Gabriel Rossetti? Conan Doyle? The great scientists — Maxwell, Newton, Wallace, Darwin? Edward Elgar? The British Museum? Stonehenge? Well, if you thought of any of those things — any of the jewels of White European culture that the British Isles have given us — well, you’re behind the times, man. You’re out of it.

Let me tell you about the new Britain that’s been built in just the last few decades.

Just yesterday, a young White woman who lives in Coventry, England, Sammie Sunter — a mother of two young sons — was driven from her home by Blacks who splashed paint and feces on her door (see picture), plastered anti-White graffiti, and left notes threatening violence, telling her in no uncertain terms to get out now, Whitey, while you still can. Here are some exact quotes from the notes Miss Sunter found in her letter box: “Black power — don’t stay too long, or else.” “We are watching you, White bitch. Africa rules.” “These flats are for Black sisters and brothers, Willenhall is Black, so f*** off.” Sammie Sunter and her two sons, ages two and five, were forced to leave their new home as they no longer felt safe there.

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The Tomb of Pan

Emile Bin  - Pan's Slumber (1870)by Lord Dunsany

“SEEING,” they said, “that old-time Pan is dead, let us now make a tomb for him and a monument, that the dreadful worship of long ago may be remembered and avoided by all.”

So said the people of the enlightened lands. And they built a white and mighty tomb of marble. Slowly it rose under the hands of the builders and longer every evening after sunset it gleamed with rays of the departed sun.

And many mourned for Pan while the builders built; many reviled him. Some called the builders to cease and to weep for Pan and others called them to leave no memorial at all of so infamous a god. But the builders built on steadily.

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Birdsong Radio

by Kevin Alfred Strom

YEARS AGO I joked that the next niche radio format to be attempted would be continuous bird calls. I never imagined that it could actually happen, but it has, and the results are quite pleasant.

Apparently one of the Digital Audio Broadcast channels in Great Britain (yes, they have real over-the-air digital radio in the UK, not the dysfunctional “HD Radio” that the media moguls forced on this country) started broadcasting ambient bird calls and other natural forest sounds about a year ago, and it developed quite a following. (I have no idea if the station’s creator, Quentin Howard, ever heard of my decades-old suggestion or not.)

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Outrageous Imprisonment

Simon Sheppard and Steven Whittle, the 'Heretical Two'

OUTRAGEOUS IMPRISONMENT: Two Britons — Simon Sheppard, a writer and behavioral scientist, and Stephen Whittle, a freelance writer and satirist — languished a year in American jails though they committed no crimes whatever under American law. They fled to the U.S. seeking asylum because they fell afoul of tyrannical anti-free-speech laws in Britain and faced imprisonment merely for expressing their ideas and publishing the ideas of others — such as Robert Crumb cartoons! — on a Web page. If anyone deserves asylum here, they do. The pair, dubbed the Heretical Two, are prime examples of our abandonment of our once-proud tradition of freedom of expression. They’ve now been forcibly returned to Britain, where they face sentencing for their “crimes” on July 10. Before we cast stones at Iran, we need to examine our own societies.

Doctor’s Journal Fights Israel Lobby

British Journal of Medicine

DOCTOR’S JOURNAL FIGHTS ISRAEL LOBBY: ‘The British Medical Journal, one of the most respected publications of its kind, has issued a stern editorial complaining about orchestrated campaigns in support of Israel,’ according to Religious Intelligence News. The BMJ also reveals for the first time that in 1981, “when World Medicine, a popular medical magazine, published an article criticising the Israeli prime minister, Menachem Begin… the resulting [Jewish] campaign led to the dismissal of Michael O’Donnell as editor and the closure of the magazine. [Emphasis ours.] “Such campaigns cannot be allowed to succeed – not so much because they are wrong about the issues, but because their ultimate aim is censorship and suppression by means of intimidation”’