Subject: Re: Fighting back Sent: 2/22/96 10:54 PM Received: 2/22/96 10:06 PM From: Stormfront-l, firstname.lastname@example.org To: email@example.com From: Don Black
Date: Thu Feb 22 1996 17:30:32 -500 (EST) Subj: Re: Fighting back -> From: whitewil -> Date: Wed, 21 Feb 1996 20:18:29 -0500 (EST) -> Subject: Re: Fighting back -> -> To Hell with Pat Buchanaon!To Hell with American politics!Democracy -> sucks! Get yourself a White Leader! First, Pat Buchanan is a paleo-conservative whose traditional Catholic roots determine his political outlook and his sense of morality. Like at least 99% of White Americans, he does not seem to understand the primacy of Race in the "culture war" he talks about. He is, however, clearly a White Man...and an unusually courageous one at that. I first noticed Buchanan in 1982, when he described the black riots in Washington, D.C. which followed an aborted Klan demonstration I had originally organized. The march was eventually cancelled after I was ordered to report to a Mexican-dominated prison in Texas, rather than lead a demonstration in opposition to illegal Mexican immigration in the nation's capital. The real story, though, was the aftermath, which the national media portrayed as righteous indignation to Klan "hatred." In his syndicated newspaper column, Buchanan told the truth, "When it comes to hatred, to violence, to racism, the Knights of the KKK can't hold a candle to the thuggish and criminal elements in the black community in Washington, D.C." Interesting...I thought. After that, his columns and his comments on CNN's Crossfire become a refreshing alternative to the "mainstream" media's usual drivel. He railed against "affirmative action" and other anti-White programs long before it was fashionable to do so. He decried the pernicious affects of Third World immigration on the city and the country where he grew up. Against his fellow conservatives' multi-nationalism and interventionism, he stood up for an America First foreign policy. He called Capitol Hill "Israeli occupied territory." When opinion polls were giving George Bush a ninety percent approval rating for his planned intervention in the Persian Gulf, Buchanan wrote, "There are only two groups beating the drums for war in the Middle East--the Israeli Defense Ministry and its amen corner in the U.S." And then, in a comment that Jews seem particularly sensitive to, he said the war would be fought by "kids with names like McAllister, Murphy, Gonzales and Leroy Brown." In 1987 he spoke out against the impending deportation of Karl Linnas to the U.S.S.R., whom the Soviets had accused of "Nazi war crimes" in Estonia. He lost that battle. Linnas was deported by the U.S. and summarily executed by the Soviets. He then became the champion of retired Cleveland auto worker John Demjanjuk, whom Israel was accusing of "war crimes." Demjanjuk was extradited to Israel and, after a show trial held in a movie theater, sentenced to hang. Buchanan was vindicated this time, though, when the Israeli Supreme Court was forced to release Demjanjuk when new evidence was released by the Russians after the collapse of the U.S.S.R. These are certainly not the publicly expressed opinions of a wimpy White sellout. Shortly before the Persian Gulf War, for instance, I was leading anti-war demonstrations here in "New Yoik with Palm Trees." I've never been used to winning popularity contests, but those days looked the bleakest. Jews *and* rednecks were calling in death threats. So the fact remains that, despite whatever ideological differences we may have with Buchanan, and despite his attempts to distance himself from openly professed "racists," he is the first serious presidential alternative we've seen since Huey Long. Long also downplayed racial issues, in an era when most Whites understood racial differences. He also denounced the politically powerful Klan, a savvy political tactic considering Louisiana's large Catholic electorate and the Klan's history of anti-Catholicism. But had he not been assassinated by a Jewish doctor, he would likely have defeated Roosevelt in 1936. And along with his friends and allies--Gerald L.K. Smith, Father Coughlin, and Charles Lindberg--he would have kept America out of WWII and changed he history of the world. HE was a White Man. So is Buchanan. --Don ------------------------------------------------------------------------ To: Multiple recipients of the Stormfront-L Mailing List Host: Don Black Finger for PGP public key. To unsubscribe, send e-mail to 'firstname.lastname@example.org' with the line 'unsubscribe Stormfront-L' in the message BODY, not the subject. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ ----- Processed with Listserv v2.83 for Wildcat v4
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