29 April, 2015

Thoughts on Radicalism

Posted by Socrates in Socrates, William Pierce, William Pierce Wednesday at 6:14 pm | Permanent Link

by Dr. William Pierce.


“The reason why the two react differently to the sorts of things mentioned above is that the radical is distressed by the disease eating out the soul of Western civilization and is determined to effect a cure for the disease while the conservative is distressed only by the symptoms of the disease and will be happy if they can be suppressed, even though the disease itself remains. The radical knows that, as long as the cancer is in our guts, it is better that it hurt like hell than we feel no pain, because only in the former case will we actively seek a cure.”


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