American Dissident Voices broadcast of July 8, 2017
by Kevin Alfred Strom
JUST LAST month, according to police reports and testimony, a 23-year-old mother of two was coming home from work with her little ones in Gwinnett County, a suburb of Atlanta, Georgia. It was almost three o’clock in the morning. One of her children was still in a car seat; the other she carried under her arm — these are small children. She was unaware of what awaited her within. Lying in wait for her were two non-White males — Mestizo invaders of the United States named Josue Aguilar Ramirez and Francisco Palencia. They were driven to the woman’s home by a Mestizo female named Angela Garcia.
FROM A DISTANCE, it was a scene of almost inexpressible beauty. Ellen and Roger were driving through the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains near the Skyline Drive. The rolling rural Virginia landscape glowed with the warm pollen haze of early spring. A few thousand feet ahead on the narrow two-lane road lay a sleepy village.
“Look at the Civil War memorial and those proud old houses… and at that lovely church steeple,” said Ellen. “I’ll bet this town looks almost the same now as it did in 1905.”
“I think you’re right,” replied her husband Roger. “Not a Wal-Mart in sight, though they did add telephone poles… I like it out here in the country.” Roger and Ellen worked in northern Virginia, near Washington, where endless asphaltscapes have covered practically every green thing, where corporate commercialism and Leviathan government agencies blend jarringly with a chaotic Third World bioculture, where hopelessly outgunned policemen deal with gangs that outnumber them 100 to 1, and where valiant teachers find that a public school system in which 72 separate languages are spoken makes a mockery of the word education.