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Everything You Think You Know Is Wrong

American Dissident Voices broadcast of 9 November, 2019

by Kevin Alfred Strom

https://audio.nationalvanguard.com/programs/ADV 2019-1109 – Everything You Think You Know Is Wrong.mp3

I DON’T CARE if you’re a “liberal” or a “conservative or a “libertarian.” If you live in America or western Europe or one of their satellites, virtually everything you have learned in school — virtually everything you’ve read or seen in the media — virtually everything you think you know — about history and politics and economics and … Read the rest of this article

Kevin Strom Interviewed: Speaking to Our People, part 2

American Dissident Voices broadcast of December 8, 2018

by Kevin Alfred Strom

THIS WEEK we bring you part two of my second interview on Resolution Radio with host Sonny Thomas. In the show we talk about the de-platforming and censorship of racially conscious Whites by the Jewish power structure, about the Anti-Defamation League and their connections to mobsters and killers — and the US government, and many other topics. We ran well over the time allotted for the show, so … Read the rest of this article


kas_02American Dissident Voices broadcast of February 20, 2016

by Kevin Alfred Strom (pictured)

TODAY I want to honor the teachers in my life. In prior broadcasts I’ve shared some of what I learned from my mentors Revilo Oliver and William Pierce. Great men and great teachers they were indeed, and lucky I am to have known them. But today I want to acknowledge my debt to the truly exceptional schoolteachers who have touched my life and helped me to see … Read the rest of this article

My Political Education

kas_Kevin_Alfred_Strom_000121by Kevin Alfred Strom (pictured)
American Dissident Voices program of June 19, 1993

I WAS BORN on a Summer morning in 1956, in Anchorage, Territory of Alaska. My parents had moved to Alaska some five years earlier, shortly after they were married, since that was where my father, an Air Force Master Sergeant, was assigned. I was my parent’s first child.

Both my father and mother were of Norwegian descent, hard-working farm kids from Minnesota born during the Depression. They … Read the rest of this article