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The Wages of Sin

sheila_heatherAmerican Dissident Voices broadcast of September 26, 2015

by Kevin Alfred Strom

SHE BELIEVED, PASSIONATELY, in racial equality — like most White liberals. She worked for Ted Kennedy when she graduated from college in Boston. She was immersed in the work and ideas of Jewish “intellectuals” — working with Studs Terkel and studying under Saul Bellow for several years. She landed a dream job with the book publisher Doubleday, where one of her colleagues was Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. She married the noted composer, arranger, and conductor, the late James Mack. She lived on the glittering heights of Chicago society.

Her name was Sheila Von Weise-Mack. The man she married — the musician — was Black. An extraordinary Black, to be sure — cultured and accomplished and successful, without a doubt. She bore him a mixed-race daughter. Two people of evident quality bringing a child into the world, a child with good genes from both sides, and a child with all the advantages. So both the nature folks and the nurture folks would surely agree, for once: The daughter would almost certainly be a person of quality, too. What does race matter?

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Do the Right Thing

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American Dissident Voices broadcast of November 1, 2014

by Kevin Alfred Strom

LATER ON TODAY’s program I’ll be bringing you important news about the future of the National Alliance. But first let’s talk about race and “racism” — about doing the right thing in life — about why we’re here on planet Earth, and why the National Alliance exists in the first place.

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THE WORD “racism” has been turned into a synonym for evil. But if racism only means having racial feelings — a feeling of kinship with your racial brothers and sisters, a feeling of understanding and belonging, a feeling of being part of a culture, a part of something bigger than ourselves — then perhaps we need another word. That feeling of kinship, which some prefer to call racialism or racial loyalty, has no connection to the “hate” or persecution or enslavement that have come to be associated with the term. (In fact, there’s evidence that the word “racism” was coined specifically to demonize Whites who want to continue to exist.)

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Vector of Death: Ebola and Africa

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American Dissident Voices broadcast of October 11, 2014

by Kevin Alfred Strom

LIKE AIDS, EBOLA comes to us from Africa. And Africa — specifically, Guinea, Sierra Leone, and Liberia — is now undergoing the worst recorded outbreak of Ebola in all known history, greater than all other outbreaks combined. Some 4,ooo have died there, and the World Health Organization (WHO) informs us that “Ebola is now entrenched in the capital cities of all three worst-affected countries and is accelerating in almost all settings.” In other words, containment has failed. There are some 9,000 believed to be infected — but, remember, this is Africa. The number infected but not known and/or not seeking treatment is probably much larger.

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