American Dissident Voices broadcast of April 7, 2018
by Kevin Alfred Strom
LAST WEEK I talked to you about the onrushing “migrant caravan” heading to our country from Central America, and I introduced you to the idea of the supermurder — the act of engaging in, or promoting, the mixture of the races, so much more destructive than ordinary murder.
Well, it looks like the “caravan” has stalled. I am not sure whether Trump’s tough talk about sending in the National Guard had anything to do with the long line of invaders melting into the night (though the Guard are forbidden by “law” from having any interaction whatever with border-jumpers, much less harming even a single hair on our precious equals’ heads). Perhaps pressure on Mexican officials did the trick. (They probably already had their Soros or other Jewish bribes, anyway, so why not bend to the new and opposite pressure?) Or perhaps the massive reaction of White Americans — at least online, expressing their opinions — against this particular branch of invaders made whoever signs the checks and is therefore really in charge of the convoy think twice about meeting a contingent of angry White people with a very large quantity of guns and a very small quantity of patience.
American Dissident Voices broadcast of June 4, 2016
by Kevin Alfred Strom
RECENTLY Chairman Williams asked me to create National Alliance promotional material based on the theme that we White Americans “will not vote our way out of this mess; we will not buy our way out; and we will not pray our way out.”
In response, my first creation addressed the “vote our way out” delusion. It was our flier featuring Donald Trump’s face framed with the headline “Incredibly Stupid.” The idea of putting Trump there, along with those words, was not really to talk about Trump at all — but to inform White Americans about the fatal futility of wasting their lives looking for an electoral solution to a biological problem, especially when the electoral system is rigged by people who are determined to kill us.
A CORRESPONDENT who had read one of my recent essays wrote to me, incredulously asking me if I was actually so wicked as to “condemn democracy.” I asked him to consider the facts and think, instead of just regurgitating the quasi-religious shibboleths that were imparted to him by the public schools:
If the majority is allowed to seize your property or make its opinions into law whenever it so chooses, how is that different from an autocracy? (With an autocrat, bad as that system is, at least you have a chance that the ruler will be wise or benevolent or both. With democracy, there is no chance whatsoever.)