27 April, 2016

Prince, Michael Jackson, and the Use of Music to Corrupt American Youth

Posted by Socrates in Socrates, William Pierce, William Pierce Wednesday at 11:21 am | Permanent Link

by Dr. William Pierce.

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“Regardless of the mass-psychological factors involved in the ascendancy of rock, however, there can be no doubt that it has been the most lethal weapon in the cultural arsenal of the West’s internal enemies. They have used it, with cold-blooded deliberation, to break down the racial, sexual, and cultural identities of young Westerners.”

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  7. 2 Responses to “Prince, Michael Jackson, and the Use of Music to Corrupt American Youth”

    1. fd Says:

      I dissent, and if McGreen was here, he would too. To say that rock and roll attributed to the decline of the West is a reckless statement. Rock and Roll was born out of folk music in the South. The roots of the music is upbeat. What could be more spirited than Jerry Lee Lewis who many say is the first rock and roller.

      Charlie Daniels Band: Preacher man talking on TV, puttin’ down the rock and roll. Wants me to send a donation cause he’s worried about my soul.

      Oftentimes, the NA has its hat on backward. Those people have criticized White demonstrators of the 1960s who had the courage to denounce Federal tyranny in the streets, even insult the students at Kent State because they had the audacity to demonstrate against the expansion of the Vietnam War into Cambodia. One student was shot to death walking to class. The majority of the writers over at the NA are promoting conservative, institutional racism. It’s not working. Maybe they’re drinking too much milk.

    2. Socrates Says:

      Most people like rock music. But most people also know that rock music contains messages that are harmful to Western culture.