14 May, 2015

The Radicalizing of an American

Posted by Socrates in Socrates, William Pierce, William Pierce Wednesday at 11:40 am | Permanent Link

(This week’s William Pierce Wednesday item is being posted today instead)

by Dr. William Pierce.


“The course which the history of any one human group follows is influenced by many factors, but the most important and basic of these factors is the specific racial character of the groups. Thus, the histories of Negroes, of Chinamen, and of Whites, though subject to the effects of differing environments and differing cultural preconditions, are profoundly different primarily because the groups these historians describe are profoundly different biologically. And the differences in cultural preconditions themselves are, in most cases, primarily a product of biological differences also.”


  • One Response to “The Radicalizing of an American”

    1. melvin polatnick Says:

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