28 September, 2016

Feasting on the Sheep

Posted by Socrates in Socrates, William Pierce, William Pierce Wednesday at 2:11 pm | Permanent Link

by Dr. William Pierce.


“You know, some people criticize me because I am not polite enough in talking about the Jews. They believe that it is very vulgar of me to refer to the Jews as vampires or bloodsuckers or parasites. They remind me that most Jews wear nice suits and drive nice cars and live in expensive condos — so they couldn’t really be as bad as I say. Many Jews are polite, well educated people — lawyers and businessmen — and I really should just stick to the facts, they say, and not resort to name-calling. That’s not polite. That’s not gentlemanly.

Well, listen, I just wish that some of these gentlemen who think I’m not polite enough would talk about the Jews themselves. They can be as polite as they want. They can stick to the facts and avoid name-calling. I’d love to hear them do that. There are thousands of gentlemen out there who know the facts and also have access to the media. But they’re all keeping their mouths shut. They’re all afraid that they may be kicked out of the country club if they say anything the Jews don’t like, no matter how politely they say it. And since that leaves the burden on me, I’m obliged to try to get the message out as effectively as I can.”


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  7. 2 Responses to “Feasting on the Sheep”

    1. CW-2 Says:

      Pat Buchanan is one of those ‘gentlemen’, he knows the truth but is too ‘gentlemanly’ to shout the truth from the roof tops.

    2. Luke Says:

      I sure do miss Dr. Pierce’s weekly broadcasts.

      Even though most of his broadcasts are now a little bit dated, they are still some of the absolute best material to help Whites wake up to the JQ.

      I was awake before I discovered William L. Pierce, but he was the one who helped me connect all the dots.