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Am I Right, or Am I Crazy?

American Dissident Voices broadcast of July 29, 2017

by Kevin Alfred Strom

I’M TRYING to wrap my mind around several concepts today, concepts that so many around me see as self-evident, but which seem like bizarre, made-up nonsense to me. Listen — and tell me if I’m crazy. Here are some of the things that so many see as self-evidently true but which make me scratch my head and wonder: Why the “Russia investigation” is even a real thing; why the Jews are an especially vulnerable and helpless group, so much in need of our protection; why African and Middle Eastern and other Third World migrants and supposed refugees “have nowhere else to go” except the White world; and how the German National Socialists got a reputation for being the “world’s most evil” government.

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Jewish Aggression, part 2

Putin_crimea

American Dissident Voices broadcast of August 16, 2014

by Kevin Alfred Strom

RIGHT NOW the Jewish power structure is very worried about Russia. In order to weaken Russia, and eventually install a pro-Jewish government there, the Jewish/US axis has engineered a coup d’etat in Ukraine.

Russians have historically been among the most Jew-aware people on Earth. A century ago the Imperial Russian government set many restrictions on Jewish activity there to prevent the exploitation of its citizens. When that government was overthrown and Russia was converted into the Soviet Union by the Jewish-dominated Bolsheviks in 1917, a period of overt Jewish rule took place in which millions of the best men and women in Russia were killed, imprisoned, and had their property stolen. Under Communism, “anti-Semitism” was a capital offense. (ILLUSTRATION: Faced with a Jewish-led coup on Russia’s border, Vladimir Putin took steps to annex Crimea and supports the resistance to the new Jewish puppet regime in Ukraine.)

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Putin and Snowden

Nixon then and the NSA today

by Kevin Alfred Strom

VLADIMIR PUTIN HAS offered Edward Snowden asylum in Russia only on condition that he stop harming the interests of “our partners,” the US, by continuing to talk. Leaving aside the fact that Snowden may have already done all the significant talking he can do anyway, here are my thoughts:

I do think Putin’s playing a word game here, trying to make it sound like he’s not opposing every move of the Washington regime — which he is. He won’t extradite Snowden, despite massive US pressure. He arranged for Snowden to meet with Russian diplomats to facilitate his finding a country of asylum. He refers to Snowden as a “free man” and implies that he is doing noble work, and openly hopes he can find a new home. Putin says he will make sure that Snowden can travel freely from Russia to any country he chooses. (Contrast this with Britain’s treatment of Julian Assange.) And Snowden is actually in Russia, safe and unharmed. This in a world in which the evil US government was able to pressure Austria yesterday to force the President of Bolivia’s plane to make an involuntary landing so the bastards could “search” it for “fugitive” Snowden. France and Portugal were also bullied into denying that plane the right to be in their airspace.

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I Remember Expo 67

by Kevin Alfred Strom

IT WAS 45 YEARS AGO this Summer. Expo 67, the World’s Fair. I remember it very well — though I was just 11 at the time. My family — my Mom and Dad, my brother, and our little part-beagle-part-terrier Cookie — drove up from Virginia in our blue ’64 Belvedere.

We had an attachment to Canada, because in earlier years we had travelled across thousands of miles of her beautiful plains and mountains almost every Summer, driving from Alaska to Minnesota and back again. Quebec was new to us, though.

I had been prepared to be disliked, since some folks had said the Francophones don’t like Anglophones. But I experienced nothing like that. The Quebecers seemed to like me, and I liked them back. No one seemed to mind speaking English to us. Except for the euphonious sound of French, which still delights me, they seemed just like us.

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Russian Inventor’s Flying Car

Alexander Begak and friends

RUSSIAN INVENTOR’S FLYING CAR: A young Russian inventor, Alexander Begak, has developed a flying car that can travel 50 mph on land, 100 mph in the air, and has a range of over 2,000 miles on a tiny tank of fuel. The car weighs less than most of its potential pilots. It also has the capacity to remain flying even at very slow speeds — as low as 9 mph — giving it enhanced safety and usefulness for animal tracking and other specialized purposes. Its vulnerability to high winds means there would be days when it would be grounded, however.

More War Rumblings

Russian patriot in St. Petersburg

MORE WAR RUMBLINGS: It seems that the oligarchs of the so-called “West” (actually, Russia seems to stand for traditional Western values more than America or the EU does these days) not only want to conquer Iran, but to surround and intimidate Russia as well. According to South Ossetian political scientist Irina Kadzhaev, “Georgia’s war against South Ossetia may easily turn into NATO’s war against Russia. This would be a third world war.” And according to Canadian think tank Global Research, American and NATO military men are being trained to regard Russia as “the enemy.”

USA Now Marxist?

Barack I

USA NOW MARXIST?: I suppose it had to happen sometime after the accession of Barack I, but it’s still an historic moment: a writer on Russia’s Pravda has described the U.S.A. as “Marxist” and called for Russians to rethink their American investments.

Pravda has quite a bit of courage and some good articles these days. Wish they’d do two things, though: 1) put their best material in audio form and start an Internet radio network with licensable hourly newscasts to compete with the “Western” corporate media (which could also be put on shortwave); and 2) stop running the sensationalistic/sexy stuff with which they salt their site in an apparent effort to increase ratings and revenue — it hurts the credibility of the serious pieces.

The Jewish Contribution to ‘Anti-Semitism’

THE JEWISH CONTRIBUTION TO ‘ANTI-SEMITISM’: Pravda online just published a rather even-handed article with that daring title by Dr. Peter Baofu. I applaud their courage in doing so, and they do outshine the nominally American press in many areas, but I wish they would stop damaging their credibility with articles by anti-evolution cranks and junk science essays like “Birds can scan the future,” et cetera.