American Dissident Voices broadcast of April 19, 2014
by Kevin Alfred Strom
A WINDOW INTO the strange and sick world of Jewish Hollywood was opened earlier this week when a young man named Michael Egan courageously filed a lawsuit taking on a multimillionaire film mogul and current darling of the media, Jewish film director Bryan Singer. (ILLUSTRATION: Singer, dressed as a priest, at a costume event with young “friends.”)
In his suit, Mr. Egan alleges that Singer — creator of the popular X-Men films and producer of the television show House, MD — repeatedly homosexually raped him at Hollywood orgies when he was a teenager. Egan says that “he and other minors were passed around like pieces of meat at sex parties, and he claims Singer was not alone.” These events happened in the late 1990s, according to Egan, when he was lured by Singer and others into accepting employment with Marc Rector’s Digital Entertainment Network for $1,500 a week with little or no real duties except showing up at parties and being flown in a private jet to “attractive locations” with other teenage boys, starting when he was 15. Rector owned the estate where Egan says the coercive sexual acts took place.
American Dissident Voices broadcast of February 8, 2014
by Kevin Alfred Strom
DO YOU STILL THINK you have a country? When I said last week that our enemies had stolen our state from us, some listeners responded with derision. The letter-writers weren’t hostile Jews or Blacks or Mestizos. They were White Americans. In fact they were racially conscious White Americans. (ILLUSTRATION: The SS America, abandoned and beached off the Canary Islands, symbolizes what has happened to our country.)
One was a student who was hoping for a career with the ATF or the Border Patrol. He firmly believed that that with just a few more good conservative White men in the right “law enforcement” positions, we could straighten things out pretty quickly in this country. Another was a young man in the military, and he was sure that “whipping the asses” of those “Arab terrorists” would send a message that America wasn’t down and out but stronger than ever, and our “freedoms” would be secure.
THE LOGO IMAGE I’m using this month on kevinalfredstrom.com is my little tribute to the end of analogue TV broadcasting. Though most of my work has been in the radio and print media, I have produced or appeared in videos, including Richmond, Virginia’s Race and Reason program, the Revilo P. Oliver memorial film, and others.
As we mark the end of analogue television broadcasting in the United States, it’s good to remember its beginning — and its inventor Philo Farnsworth. When his wife Elma Farnsworth, who worked closely with her husband, died in 2006, I published this piece on NationalVanguard.org: