7 November, 2018

Conditioning for Death

Posted by Socrates in Socrates, William Pierce, William Pierce Wednesday at 2:57 pm | Permanent Link

by Dr. William Pierce.

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“Are people — let’s be more specific — are White Americans less intelligent today than they were a century ago?

An impartial observer — someone from Mars, say — might sample the sort of television entertainment that keeps most White Americans occupied in their leisure time these days and then compare that with the penny romances the masses read in 1900 for relaxation and conclude that the IQ level has indeed gone down a bit. He might take a look at the nonstop circus of the current presidential election, and he would be even more inclined to think that we aren’t quite as smart as we used to be.

The real clincher for the Martian observer, however, would be an examination of the way American public policy, as manifested in our laws and our public behavior, has changed. I mean, we did some stupid things and had some really dumb habits in the latter half of the 19th century, but they were nothing compared to the inexcusable foolishness which characterizes our behavior today.”

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    1. BroncoColorado Says:

      Doc Pierce still sets the standard in effective communication. He was uniquely talented.

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