"In the beginning of a change, the patriot is a scarce man -- brave, hated, and scorned. When his cause succeeds, however, the timid join him; for then it costs nothing to be a patriot." - Mark Twain

Cosmic Catastrophe

American Dissident Voices broadcast of July 12, 2014

http://nationalvanguard.org/audio/ADV%202014-0712kbssp.mp3

by Kevin Alfred Strom

WHAT I WILL tell you today is both reality and metaphor. Our world is in danger from cosmic catastrophe — and we need better minds and better men to save ourselves. And one cosmic catastrophe is already here.

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"There is this difference between happiness and wisdom, that he that thinks himself the happiest man really is so; but he that thinks himself the wisest is generally the greatest fool." - Charles Caleb Colton

East Wind, Rain: Treason at Pearl Harbor

The Attack on Pearl Harbor

by Kevin Alfred Strom

IF YOU WANT to understand why the American government supports Communists in Haiti and South Africa — if you want to understand why neither Democrats nor Republicans will protect our borders from alien invasion — and if you want to understand why we are rapidly […]

"Infinite is the number of fools." - Latin saying

Problem Solving

Some people are problem causers, and some are problem solvers. Having a society composed of the latter, in a greater degree than ever before, may one day be absolutely necessary for human survival.

by Kevin Alfred Strom (American Dissident Voices broadcast for June 4, 2006)

THE EARTH IS REGULARLY struck by objects from space.

Some […]

"Was it a coincidence that immediately after John Kennedy was assassinated, 1) the floodgates of non-White immigration were opened; 2) our currency was debased and the people’s gold and silver stolen; and 3) our freedom of association was abrogated under wildly misnamed 'civil rights' laws? Maybe JFK was 'on track' to do all of these things and truly believed in them. It just seems so odd that within a few months of his death, all these things came to pass, almost simultaneously. Or maybe he was on track to do them and then balked at one or more, and those who handled his handlers, shall we say, 'handled' the problem. Kennedy, like his father before him, and unlike the servile Fetchit who now adorns the White House, was known for liking to really be in charge." - Kevin Alfred Strom

James Watson and The Economist magazine

by Kevin Alfred Strom

(sent to the Economist last November 10th but not published)

SIR: THE AUTHOR of ‘The Nature of Nurture‘ deserves to be fired on the grounds of scientific illiteracy and an egregious lack of journalistic integrity.

He unjustifiably insults James Watson (pictured), the co-discoverer […]

"For mad is the heart of Love, / And gold the gleam of his wing; / And all to the spell thereof / Bend, when he makes his spring; / All life that is wild and young / In mountain and wave and stream, / All that of earth is sprung, / Or breathes in the red sunbeam; / Yea, and Mankind. O’er all a royal throne, / Cyprian, Cyprian, is thine alone!" - Euripides

The Only Way to a Better World

Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, who supported eugenics

by Kevin Alfred Strom (American Dissident Voices program of August 7, 1993)

THERE ARE DEEP-ROOTED REASONS for the decline of our nation and civilization, reasons which would be operative even if we had not been subverted from within — and these biological reasons have caused the […]