American Dissident Voices broadcast of September 20, 2014
by Kevin Alfred Strom
IT’S GOOD to be disillusioned. Both by the dictionary definition of the word — “to be disappointed in someone or something that one discovers to be less good than one had believed” — and by the root of the word itself, which means to have one’s illusions stripped away and removed so one can see reality more clearly and accurately.
Americans desperately need to become disillusioned. If your government and society are indeed less good than you’ve believed, you need to know that. If illusions are preventing you from doing what you need to do to ensure the survival of your family and your people, those illusions need to be stripped away. And that’s how I see my function on planet Earth. That’s how I see the purpose of my life. Because I’ve learned things — I’ve seen things — and experienced things that disillusioned me, and I want to share my knowledge with you. The things that we are taught to believe about politics, about morality, about race, about social issues in 2014 America are almost all very nearly the opposite of the truth. Think about that. For you millions of Americans still under the thrall of the controlled media and the captured academy, for those of you with a strong suspicion that I’m either seriously crazy or seriously evil, entertain this idea for a moment: What you believe is the opposite of the truth. And that goes double for the things that you regard as your most sacred, most cherished beliefs.
RABBI DAVID Kaufman quoted my essay and radio broadcast on the Dresden Holocaust in his column recently. His bias stands out like Bertie Wooster’s white suit. Kaufman is an unabashed Zionist, and told the Des Moines Register last month that his concern over events in Iran is motivated by “Iran’s threat to Israel.” That’s ethnocentric and probably wildly overblown, but at least it’s honest. (Many of Rabbi Kaufman’s fellow Zionists would prefer to conceal the truth about their motivations, instead telling us that their real concern is with “democracy in Iran,” a chimera if there ever was one.)
Benjamin H. Freedman was one of the most intriguing and amazing individuals of the 20th century. Mr. Freedman, born in 1890, was a successful Jewish businessman of New York City who was at one time the principal owner of the Woodbury Soap Company.
He broke with organized Jewry after World War II, and spent the remainder of his life and the great preponderance of his considerable fortune, at least 2.5 million dollars, exposing the Jewish power structure which dominates the United States.