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Dr. Pierce on Feminism: The Great Destroyer

Feminism: The Great DestroyerAn Interview with Dr. William Luther PierceBy Kevin Alfred Strom

K.A.S.: There is a continuing public debate about the role of women in our society and the related subjects of sexism and feminism. One example was the hullabaloo that occurred during the confirmation of Clarence Thomas’s appointment to the Supreme Court. Feminists and their claque in the media charged that this confirmation was an affirmation of the “sexism” rampant in the U.S. political establishment. The cure for this alleged problem is to get more women into positions of political power, according to many people in the media.

Another example was the uproar about a drunken party several years ago in Las Vegas for Navy fliers at which . . .

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Dr. Pierce reads Kipling

The Stranger, recited by Dr. William L. Pierce

The Stranger

by Rudyard Kipling The Stranger within my gate, He may be true or kind,But he does not talk my talk– I cannot feel his mind.I see the face and the eyes and the mouth, But not the soul behind.The men of my own stock, They may do ill or well,But they tell the lies I am wanted to, They are used to the lies I tell;And we do not need interpreters When we go to buy or sell. The Stranger within my gates, He may be evil or good,But I cannot tell what powers control– What reasons sway his mood;Nor when the Gods of his far-off land Shall repossess his . . .

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