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Remaking the World

American Dissident Voices broadcast of 22 June, 2019

by Kevin Alfred Strom

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THIS WEEK my name was in the news worldwide. The vaguely leftist actor John Cusack retweeted my quote about learning who rules over you by finding out who you can’t criticize. The graphic with the quote in his retweet showed people being crushed under a giant arm with a star of David on its sleeve. Cusack added the words “follow the money.”

John Cusack’s tweet, shown here, mildly criticized Jews (even “criticized” may be too strong a word), and he was forced to grovel and apologize. Jews, in contrast, never apologize for incinerating non-Jews with phosphorous bombs, torturing them, or starving them to death, to cite but three examples.

Two pieces, this one from the Daily Caller, typify the media reaction to the tweet:

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Thanksgiving

face_000083x_cropAmerican Dissident Voices broadcast of November 28, 2015

by Kevin Alfred Strom (pictured)

MY QUOTE about identifying the rulers of society by discovering who it is you’re not permitted to criticize — often falsely attributed to Voltaire — is in the news again, this time in Australia. It seems a politician quoted my statement (placing it over Voltaire’s name instead of mine) and now all his enemies are whooping it up in the media because he was really quoting an “evil racist” and supposed “criminal” like me. I’ll talk more about that in the last half of today’s show. But first let’s talk about the holiday we’re supposed to be celebrating this week — Thanksgiving.

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Toeing the Line

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American Dissident Voices broadcast of April 5, 2014

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by Kevin Alfred Strom

BRENDAN EICH (pictured) is a computer and Internet pioneer. The Web sites that host this radio program use technology that he created. He is a co-founder — and, until a few days ago, the CEO — of Mozilla, the open-source giant that brought us Thunderbird and Firefox among other things. He invented the Javascript programming language. But Brendan Eich was forced to step down as CEO of Mozilla because six years ago he gave $1,000 to a group that opposed homosexual “marriage.” His appointment as CEO brought down a firestorm of abuse and demands for his resignation. He had violated the inverted moral code that the Jewish power structure has imposed upon us: He dared to oppose the redefinition of marriage so as to include homosexual unions.

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