9 November, 2017

Aesop’s Fables & the Rules of Engagement

Posted by Socrates in Socrates, William Pierce, William Pierce Wednesday at 10:16 am | Permanent Link

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

by Dr. William Pierce.


“I told him that decent children’s books are becoming increasingly difficult for parents to find in bookstores or libraries, because the multiculturalists have had a devastating effect on the publishing of children’s books, insisting that every illustration in children’s literature show a racially mixed group, that homosexuals be portrayed positively, that little girls be shown doing typically “boy” things and vice versa. In fact, I said, there has been a real effort afoot to keep traditional children’s books away from children. The multiculturalists don’t want White children to learn about their own history and traditions. They don’t want White children to learn the values and attitudes that are inherent in the sorts of books that White children used to read in America before the Second World War. So the National Alliance searches for good children’s books which the multiculturalists haven’t gotten to yet and makes them available to parents who want their children to learn these traditional values.”


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  7. One Response to “Aesop’s Fables & the Rules of Engagement”

    1. Shane Says:

      Pierce makes a good point that we need to use extreme measures to take down these scoundrels. They don’t tolerate free exchange of ideas, so the only option is to use force against them.