31 May, 2017

Choosing a Barbie Doll

Posted by Socrates in Socrates, William Pierce, William Pierce Wednesday at 3:59 pm | Permanent Link

by Dr. William Pierce.


“The real significance of this sort of frightened reaction by some people to the National Vanguard Books catalog is not that there are people out there whose ideas and opinions are different from mine. The significance is the fear. I really believe that many — perhaps even most — of these frightened people don’t really have ideas or opinions at all. Ideas aren’t important to them, aren’t real to them. What’s important is being accepted, fitting in, being approved. I think that’s always been important to most people. To women, in particular, it’s always been more important to be approved than to have a correct understanding of the world around them. Today more men than ordinarily are behaving like women in this regard. And the fear really is stronger and more widespread than it used to be.”


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  7. One Response to “Choosing a Barbie Doll”

    1. The Red Skull Says:

      What a Great Perseptive Writer the Doctor was!
      Great terribly true stuff!