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Dr. Pierce on Christian Morality

Letter to editor in National Vanguard magazine – December 1982: Hellfire and Brimstone

Dear National Vanguard: In the October issue Dr. Pierce has, indeed, shown that his “A New Morality for Us” is more unequivocally on the side of our race than is Dennis Whiting’s “One Morality for All,” but one must wonder if his appeal to an “underlying purpose of all life” is less of a theological concept than Whiting’s Christian deity. Most people of our race, after they have lost their Christian faith, are not ready to be bemused by any notion of evolutionary purpose; rather, they quickly devolve to the kind of mad-dog . . .

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George Lincoln Rockwell: A National Socialist Life

  From National Socialist Word Number 5 (Winter, 1967):

George Lincoln Rockwell: A National Socialist Life by Dr. William L. Pierce

On the eighteenth of June, 1945, a little over six weeks after the death of Adolf Hitler, Rudolf Hess wrote the following words in a letter to his wife, from his prison cell:

You will readily imagine how often during the last few weeks my thoughts have turned to the years gone by: to this quarter of a century of history, concentrated for us in one name and full of the most wonderful human experiences. History is not ended. It will sooner or later take up the threads apparently broken off forever and knit them together in . . .

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Out of the Darkness

American Dissident Voices broadcast of July 31, 2004:

Out of the Darkness by Dr. William L. Pierce introduced by Kevin Alfred Strom

As I record this week’s broadcast, it has been two years since the untimely death of the founding chairman of the National Alliance, my friend and certainly one of the profoundest thinkers of the 20th century, William L. Pierce.   Dr. Pierce told me that his greatest goal in life was to build the Alliance into a vehicle for the survival and advancement of our people that would transcend his own leadership, that would endure beyond his physical life and beyond the lifetimes of any of its leaders.   There were times that Dr. Pierce agonized . . .

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A World Gone Mad

From lecture by Dr. Pierce on January 30, 1977 at the office of the National Office in Arlington, Virginia. It also appeared in the National Alliance Members BULLETIN:

A World Gone Mad    by Dr. William Pierce  A few days ago I was looking through a batch of pamphlets and leaflets published by various groups at Portland State University, which MS brought here with him from Oregon. Some of the material was published by a homosexual group calling itself “Men’s Resource Center,” and the interesting thing about it was that, if one skipped over the explicitly homosexual statements, the material read just about like the great bulk of the garbage published by non-homosexual, White, liberal groups which is continually coming . . .

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Dr. Pierce contrasts Cosmotheist concept of responsibility with Christian doctrine of irresponsibility

Letter from Dr. William L. Pierce to members of his Cosmotheist Community, May 22, 1978:

Dear Cosmotheist:

Our computerized typesetter was delivered March 1 and is being temorarily housed at the National Alliance offices. In return for providing space for the machine, the Community is allowing the Alliance to use the machine for setting type for NATIONAL VANGUARD and other Alliance publications. We expect, however, to set the type for the second of our own pamphlets within the next month. This letter was composed on the new machine — which is even easier to use than an ordinary electric typewriter — and you can see how much better it looks than a mimeographed letter.

I am pleased to . . .

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