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Dr. Pierce Discusses Racial Leadership

From National Vanguard Tabloid, Issue No. 83, 1981:

Dear Editor:

Without intending to create a false drama, I think you are saying that at some time in the future, if I don’t come around to your way of thinking, you’ll see me offed for the good of the race. To tell you the truth, you make me a little nervous. In your June edition of NATIONAL VANGUARD, in the short article on Rabbi Meir Kahane (I rather admire his honesty and courage) and his effort to make sex illegal in Israel between Gentile men and Jewish women, you write that death would be a more appropriate punishment for that crime than the five years in prison suggested by the . . .

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The Jew Wants It Both Ways

From “Times & Manners” in National Vanguard magazine Issue No. 104, March-April 1985:

The enormous media flap over President Reagan’s plan to lay a wreath in Germany’s Bitburg military cemetery was entirely a Jewish creation. Jews raised the issue in the first place, and then they refused to let go of it. They wept, they made speeches, they demonstrated, they monopolized the media with the issue for weeks. They used it to bludgeon the Reagaan administration into going along with a huge new givaway of American tax dollars to Israel.

They tried to use it at the same time to milk a little more sympathy from the American public for the poor, persecuted Jews. And they were indignant when at . . .

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Ronald Reagan Brings Shame

From National Vanguard magazine No. 104, March-April 1985:

Ominous Tableau By William L. Pierce

In the years of ancient Rome’s long and painful slide into chaos and dissolution, the towering edifice of Roman law, built up during earlier centuries of greatness, maintained an impressive facade. But justice, like the other cornerstones of Roman society, participated in the general slide. State authority was still mighty, but the corruption of the times had transformed it. The epitome of the change could be seen in a tableau which occurred on many a sunny afternoon in Rome’s Colosseum: One gladiator, wounded and defeated, lay stretched out on the sand; another gladiator, victorious, stood over him with sword, spear, or trident . . .

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