26 May, 2010

Thoughts on Accepting Responsibility

Posted by Socrates in Socrates, William Pierce, William Pierce Wednesday at 11:29 pm | Permanent Link

by Dr. William Pierce.

“I receive many letters from listeners, and usually they are gratifying to me. Some people tell me that I have opened their eyes or that I have helped them make sense out of what’s been happening to their world, that my explanations have really helped them understand what’s going on, have helped them see the big picture. And some people tell me that they already had figured out by themselves what’s happening, and that they are very happy to have discovered my broadcasts, because now they know that they aren’t the only ones to have figured it out: that they aren’t alone in the world, that there are others who have come to the same conclusions they have.”


For the audio version of this article, go [Here] and scroll down to 02-06-1999.

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    2. Bret Ludwig Says:

      This is one of Pierce’s best ADV talks. It really makes a good point. When we’re dead and gone, for those of us who don’t go for the harp playing stuff, what will be left? What lives forever is the fame-that is, the mempry-of a dead man’s deeds.

    3. CW-2 Says:

      This talk by the good doctor is full of the passion and urgency of an ‘ol’ time revival preacher’. No criticism is intended, far from it, he is urging White people to say ‘yes’ to life. Part of that affirmation and acceptance of the biological world in which we move and live must be the recognition of the primacy of procreation. The ‘fame of great men’s deeds’ can live on through our genes, which provide the material for future achievement.