26 February, 2014

Time to Stop Listening

Posted by Socrates in Socrates, William Pierce, William Pierce Wednesday at 4:52 pm | Permanent Link

by Dr. William Pierce.

[...]

“In America, unfortunately, we have developed a spectator mentality. We
like to watch what’s happening around us, but we don’t like to
participate. We don’t like to get involved. That’s why I hate
spectator sports and have a great contempt for sports fans. Sitting on
your couch and watching other people do things isn’t healthy, either
individually, for you, or collectively, for the country. America is in
the mess it’s in today because we just sat back and watched it happen.
We didn’t do anything to stop it. We just let the wreckers have their
way, without doing so much as giving them a bloody nose.”

[Article].

For the audio version of this article, go [Here] and scroll down to “Time to Stop Listening.”


  1. Similar posts:

  2. 01/25/12 To Be, or To Be Nice 34% similar
  3. 03/24/10 The Coming of the New Elites 33% similar
  4. 06/06/12 Espionage and Anthrax 32% similar
  5. 08/06/14 The Value of Talk 31% similar
  6. 06/28/08 Time to Challenge Domestic-Violence Gun Law 30% similar
  7. One Response to “Time to Stop Listening”

    1. Tim McGreen Says:

      The American couch-potato isn’t just a spectator anymore, he’s become a voyeur, thanks to Jew-controlled “social media” and all those “reality” TV shows.

      Dr. Pierce recommends reading Tom Wolfe’s “Bonfire of the Vanities”, which is a great suggestion. But I would also recommend the 1989 movie version with Tom Hanks and Melanie Griffith. That movie, along with Martin Scorsese’s “After Hours” and “The Pope of Greenwich Village” starring Mickey Roarke and Eric Roberts, are the best movies of the 1980s.