American Dissident Voices broadcast of July 23, 2016
by Kevin Alfred Strom
THERE IS an Unwritten Constitution that binds every government of every nation. It stands above any written law or constitution made by men. This Unwritten Constitution is but an expression of Nature’s immutable laws as they apply to human societies.
And that Unwritten Constitution is this: The function of government is to serve the survival, best interests, and upward progress of the biological group — the race; the people — which created it.
American Dissident Voices broadcast of May 21, 2016
presented by Kevin Alfred Strom
ON TODAY’S program, I will be presenting a significant work by Dr. William Luther Pierce, the founder of the National Alliance, that has not seen the light of day for some 40 years. It was republished for the first time in the March 2016 National Alliance BULLETIN, and this radio broadcast is its first-ever presentation online. The introduction and afterword were written by the Alliance’s current Chairman, William White Williams, who wrote:
American Dissident Voices broadcast of July 11, 2015
by Kevin Alfred Strom
ON THE VERY DAY of my broadcast last week — July 4th — while you might have been listening to my words decrying the lack of freedom and self-determination under which we suffer in this “land of the sheep and home of the wimps” — while most Americans were celebrating an independence that doesn’t exist — a great lesson was being taught to Americans on a subway car in Northeast Washington, DC. The teacher was an 18-year-old 5’4″ 125-lb. Negro carrying a folding knife. His name was Jasper Spires. (ILLUSTRATION: Jasper Spires, Kevin Sutherland, and the DC Metro station where Sutherland died.)
EACH OF US has only a few years to live. At our conception, we awaken from a sleep that has lasted for millions of centuries. We walk this Earth for a few paltry years. We are nurtured by parents and family. We receive love. If we prove strong enough, we give love. If we do right, we find a mate, overcome whatever obstacles there may be, and leave descendants to carry on when we are gone. And we are gone soon enough — a handful of decades if we are lucky, and that is all. Then we sleep again, for billions of years, perhaps for infinity — except for that part of us that lives on in our descendants and in our kin.
CRAZY PEOPLE say some really funny things, if you like absurd humor. A crazy person may believe that locomotives are actually made out of marshmallows. Or he may think that the only reason we can’t drink bleach without harmful effects is because we haven’t prayed to the right deity in precisely the right manner. And some lunatics are quite intelligent in their way, and may be able to produce creative and internally consistent arguments at some length to justify their positions, even if their premises are quite nutty. And all that’s good for a laugh.
For example, one Flat Earth believer insisted that the Earth was two-dimensional and shaped like a plate. And he could even explain how, on this plate-shaped Earth, people could apparently travel in a straight line and eventually end up back at their starting point. “They simply fall off the edge,” he said, “and since the Earth is two-dimensional with no thickness whatsoever, they ‘fall’ into an area comprising no space at all and reappear instantly on the opposite side of the plate to resume their straight-line journey back to their starting point.”
A READER recently wrote: “I share your enthusiasm for Poe, but I do not understand how he is a Cosmotheist.”
I regard Poe as an instinctive, intuitive Cosmotheist thinker, though he did not construct or expound a religion or philosophy based upon his ideas as did William Pierce and others.
Consider Poe’s words from his ‘prose poem’ Eureka, which he held to be one of his most important works, though it is among his most ignored today. Poe makes many errors in Eureka, but few that cannot be excused by the limited scientific knowledge of his day. He didn’t have the facts available to Pierce, Romer, Dawkins, Cattell, or even Shaw and Nietzsche; but he did see far more deeply than most writers of his time. Some of his intuitive insights are astounding.
One of the central ideas of Cosmotheism is that Man’s consciousness is but part of the emerging self-consciousness of the universe. Poe, who also seems to anticipate the idea of entropy in this passage, said:
NIETZSCHE QUOTE BANNED: At Temple College in Texas the philosopher Nietzsche’s words — Gott ist tot (“God is dead”) — have been ordered removed from literature Professor’s Kerry Laird’s office door because they were called “offensive” by a complainant. As Inside Higher Ed comments, “If quotes that some find offensive can’t be displayed, how many philosophers would be safe to quote on a door at Temple?”
by Kevin Alfred Strom (American Dissident Voices radio program, October 5, 1992)
TODAY I WILL step back from the minutiae of social and political issues, and attempt to answer what are really the ultimate questions. Why should we or anyone else make sacrifices for our nation or our race? Why is it important for our race to survive? What is our basis for saying that some acts are right and good and others are wrong?
I can think of no better way to introduce this subject than with an essay written by Mr. Martin Kerr entitled, “White and Proud”: