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The Corrupters

by Dr. William L. Pierce MAY I be cynical for a few minutes? I hope you don’t mind, but with the great democratic ritual of choosing a new President coming up in just a few days now, I can’t resist the urge to make a few cynical comments. (ILLUSTRATION: Peter Sichrovsky, author of Born Guilty: Children of Nazi Families) Of course, it’s not just the current Presidential campaign which is the cause for my cynicism. Have you been watching the senatorial campaign in New York? Have you noticed how Mrs. Clinton and the Republican candidate, Rick Lazio, have been falling over one another in their eagerness to apply their lips to the posterior of the Jewish vote? You certainly . . .

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Right and Wrong: “Diversity” Destroys Morality

by Dr. William L. Pierce WHEN I was a little boy I was taught that it is bad to lie. I was taught that it is always better to tell the truth, even if that sometimes puts one at a disadvantage. For example, if my mother asked me, “Bill, did you eat all of the cookies in the cookie jar?” and I had done it, I knew that I was supposed to say, “Yes, mother, I did,” even though it might mean a whipping for me. (ILLUSTRATION: Just as morality — correct, group-survival-enhancing behavior — is necessarily different for the wolf and the hyena, so also is it different for different races of men, exemplified here by the European and the Jew.) . . .

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