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With Eyes Seeking Prey

lloyd-blankfeinSpecial announcement of the National Alliance Radio Network in the second half of the program

American Dissident Voices broadcast of November 21, 2015

by Kevin Alfred Strom

THE WRITER David Sims put it beautifully when he said recently that “Every race has its peculiarities. Whites have moderately high IQs and their eyes tend to seek the horizon.” Jews, on the other hand, “have high IQs — and their eyes tend to seek out prey.” (ILLUSTRATION: Lloyd Blankfein, Jewish boss of Goldman Sachs)

Seeking the horizon — exploring the universe, from macro-worlds to micro-worlds — discovering and conquering new lands — pushing the boundaries of scientific knowledge ever farther toward infinity  — achieving the most sublime beauty and deepest meaning in art; these are the hallmarks of our Faustian race-soul.

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American Dissident Voices: Do You Still Think You Have a Country?

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American Dissident Voices broadcast of February 8, 2014

by Kevin Alfred Strom

DO YOU STILL THINK you have a country? When I said last week that our enemies had stolen our state from us, some listeners responded with derision. The letter-writers weren’t hostile Jews or Blacks or Mestizos. They were White Americans. In fact they were racially conscious White Americans. (ILLUSTRATION: The SS America, abandoned and beached off the Canary Islands, symbolizes what has happened to our country.)

One was a student who was hoping for a career with the ATF or the Border Patrol. He firmly believed that that with just a few more good conservative White men in the right “law enforcement” positions, we could straighten things out pretty quickly in this country. Another was a young man in the military, and he was sure that “whipping the asses” of those “Arab terrorists” would send a message that America wasn’t down and out but stronger than ever, and our “freedoms” would be secure.

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