30 July, 2014

A Question of Sanity

Posted by Socrates in Socrates, William Pierce, William Pierce Wednesday at 4:29 pm | Permanent Link

by Dr. William Pierce.


“I look at the historical record — or lack thereof — in the Black areas of Africa. I look at the performance — or lack thereof — of Blacks in the other parts of the world, such as the Americas, the Caribbean, and more recently, Europe. And I look at the records of criminal activity, of illegitimacy, of drug abuse. And I look at intelligence tests and at racial biometric studies which were done back before it became Politically Incorrect to measure brain sizes and morphologies. And I see a consistency in all of these things. They all fit together: the lower intelligence, the thicker skulls and smaller brains, the greater criminal activity, the historical lack of performance. And I conclude that Blacks almost certainly cannot build a civilization if left to themselves, and they almost certainly will destroy any civilization built by others if they are allowed to become a very large presence in it.”


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  7. 9 Responses to “A Question of Sanity”

    1. Tim McGreen Says:

      I have to strongly disagree with Dr. Pierce when he said that those who were opposed to the Vietnam War were committing an act of treason. No, it was LBJ and Robert McNamara who were guilty of that by LYING to the troops and to the public about the reasons for going into Vietnam in the first place. They knew as early as 1966 that the war was un-winnable. Yet the fighting and killing continued for another 6 or 7 years, ruining the US military for good and permanently damaging the US government’s credibility at home and abroad. It’s unfortunate that the Jews were leaders in all the activism against the Vietnam war. That activism should have been lead by young White males of draft age and their mothers.

      Naturally the Jews opposed the Vietnam war because Ho Chi Minh was no threat to Zionism or Jewry, whereas Hitler, the Czar, Saddam, Khadaffi, Bin Laden, etc were. At least in theory, anyway. Jews are subversive and dangerous by their very nature.

    2. Socrates Says:

      Tim, I think Pierce was talking about a certain type of person, i.e., most of the people who protested against the war were leftists and Marxists.

    3. fd Says:

      I agree, Tim. The people who burned their draft cards in the street did it for all the world to see. Why should they die in Vietnam for the war mongers. As I have said before, many of the soldiers who came home became bikers, hippies and hard case non-conformists in defiance of the phony war. They also went to the funerals of those who came home in body bags. War mongers don’t want to be associated with the death count which explains why George dubya denied families to wait at the airport when the death planes arrived.

      I learned a lot from Pierce, but disagreed on certain subjects from time to time. Vietnam was the first rock and roll and war. Pierce didn’t like rock and roll, and he was from the South. WTF !

      Most ignorant bumper sticker of the 20th century showed up in 1971:

      Let’s Win In Vietnam – Then Get Out

    4. fd Says:

      Correction: Vietnam was the first rock and roll war.

    5. Tim McGreen Says:

      fd, would Kris Kristofferson fit into the category of the hippie redneck/military veteran you described? I think he served 8 years as an Army officer before dropping out, becoming a musician/songwriter and close friend of Janis Joplin. His family, real conservative military types, actually disinherited him. There is also another famous hippie who calls himself Ponderosa Pine. Before becoming a hippie he was a US Army artillery officer in the Korean War. All the best hippies and antiwar activists seem to be military veterans. And most of those “patriotic” Ballad of the Green Berets types are the ones who actively avoided military service. Right, Flush Scumbaugh? Right, Douche Gingrich? Right, Darth Cheney? Right, Lee “I’m a cowardly hypocrite” Greenwood?

    6. Tim McGreen Says:

      Jesse Ventura would also fit into fd’s category of the antiwar hippie/redneck/Vietnam era vet. There’s still some good White people out there after all.

    7. fd Says:

      Tim, your knowledge of Kristofferson is correct. Let me add to it: The Austin music scene was a magnificent mix of hippies, longhaired rednecks, cosmic cowboys, whatever. People wearing cowboy boots and sandals stood side by side–beer in one hand, marijuana in the other listening to the same music. Kristofferson summed up the contradiction with his song The Pilgrim: He’s a poet (he’s a picker) He’s a prophet (he’s a pusher). He also wrote Sunday Morning Coming Down and Me and Bobby McGee. He taught English at West Point. And you can add Rita Coolidge to his list of women.

      Kristofferson was pro hippie, pro cowboy.

      Outlaws turn Highway Men: Cash, Jennings, Nelson, Kristofferson.

    8. fd Says:

      Tim, to be more specific, Kristofferson was certainly among the hippie/military/redneck category that was against the Vietnam war while supporting soldiers over there.

    9. Walter Says:

      If McNamara, LBJ, and the Generals had their way, Vietnam would have been won in six months hands down.