Pimps and Polacas: The Preeminence of the Proboscis in Prostitution in Buenos Aires.
Here’s something to send to people who claim blacks are owed reparations by whites. What about the one million white people who were enslaved?
By Dr. William Pierce
[American Dissident Voices, Broadcast of December 13, 1997]
Last week a member of the organization I head, the National Alliance, sent me something his nine-year-old daughter had brought home from school. He lives in Macon, Georgia, and his daughter is a fourth grader at a private school there. Last week her class went on a field trip to visit a Black museum in Macon and learn a bit about Black history. The museum is the =Federally funded= Tubman African American Museum. It’s supported by our tax dollars. It is named after Harriet Tubman, a Black slave who was employed by Abolitionist organizations in the North during the period just before the Civil War to induce other slaves in the South to leave their plantations and head north along the so-called “Underground Railroad.” Sometimes she used a revolver to coax those who weren’t sure they wanted to go.
Continuing on from Monday’s broadcast, Deanna shared more real history about Christopher Columbus and information from The Ruling Elite, A Study in Imperialism, Genocide and Emancipation.
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12th and FINAL RELIGION.
“A former high level government official working on banking practices, Willing’s inside stories of the extermination of the Savings & Loan system in the United States by the creation of the money market mutual fund, and how it sounded the death knell for ownership of private property in the U.S., will erase decades of bogus newspaper stories from your mind.” ~ John Kaminski
He also publishes a blog you may choose to visit if interested. Deanna took calls during the last hour with open lines / topics from a few of the listeners, good calls! Richard Duane Willing
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«Πολλοί από τους Εβραίους του υποκόσμου προφανώς δεν έβλεπαν καμία διαφορά μεταξύ των σκοτεινών δραστηριοτήτων τους και της θρησκευτικής τους ζωής, συχνά τηρώντας μάλιστα τις θρησκευτικές τους υποχρεώσεις» (“Prostitution and Prejudice”).