I've had several film crews visiting my office during the past few weeks: BBC, the History Channel, the Discovery Channel, Arts and Entertainment; you name it, they've been here. Reporters and photographers from the print media too: the Washington Post, Rolling Stone magazine. The main thing they're focusing on is my acquisition of a couple of record companies for the production and distribution of resistance music. They want to tie that in to my two novels, The Turner Diaries and Hunter -- especially The Turner Diaries -- and to suggest that all of the things I do are somehow connected with the growing threat of terrorism in America. Their position is that Timothy McVeigh read The Turner Diaries and got his friends to read the book, and then he blew up the Federal Building in Oklahoma City; therefore, The Turner Diaries is a terrorist book and is responsible for the bombing.
I always tell them, no, my book is not what caused Timothy McVeigh to blow up the Federal Building; it is what the Federal government did in Waco, Texas, two years earlier that caused the bombing. It was the murder of all those women and children in the Mt. Carmel Church by the Clinton administration that made Timothy McVeigh decide that someone had to strike back at a tyrannical and murderous government. Someone had to send the politicians and bureaucrats in Washington a message that there are Americans who will not tolerate such behavior. And I cite the evidence to these media people: Timothy McVeigh went to Waco during the Federal siege of the Branch Davidian church and expressed his outrage to other people who were there. And at the time he was sentenced to death by the Clinton government, Timothy told the court why he had bombed the Federal Building. He told the court that the Federal government, by setting the example of terrorism against its own citizens, was provoking counter-terrorism against the government.
Well, of course, the media people already know these things, but they won't report them. They won't put the blame for the bombing on the Clinton government. They love the Clinton government. It's their kind of government. Bill Clinton is their kind of guy. Janet Reno is their kind of butch-feminist attorney general. And all those people the government burned and shot to death in Waco, why, they don't really count. They were just a bunch of wackos; they were separatists; they were unfashionable people; they weren't even liberals. They weren't part of our wonderful TV society, our consumer society, our Clinton-era, feel-good society. They just wanted to be left alone, and people who want to be left alone are dangerous. You can't trust them. It's all right for the government to kill them.
Anyway, the media people certainly are not going to blame the Oklahoma City bombing on the Federal government, with which they identify. They'd much rather blame it on me and on my book, because my book predicts growing terrorism in America and explains why it will grow. And the explanations in my book are not Politically Correct. My book is not in tune with the Clinton era. I am a boat-rocker, and it's people like me, who aren't happy with more diversity and more feminism and more homosexuality and more multiculturalism and more government intrusion into our lives, who are dangerous, who are a threat to everything the media people hold dear.
They take the same attitude toward the music I distribute through my record company, Resistance Records. It is resistance music. It is opposed to everything the Clinton government and the media people stand for. And their position is that my music is responsible for the violence in which young people often are involved. They say that my music is responsible for the anger so many young Americans feel.
And I tell them, no, it's not my resistance music that makes young Americans angry. It is the conditions around them, the conditions in which they are obliged to live, which make them angry. It is the alienating conditions in our society, in our cities, in our schools, which make young people angry. It is being forced to go to school with non-Whites, being forced to live in an increasingly non-White environment, that makes young people angry. It is seeing their heritage stolen from them that makes them angry.
All of that seems clear enough to me, but the media people pretend that they don't understand. How could anyone not like going to school with Blacks? Such a culturally enriching experience! How could anyone not like growing up in the multicultural sewers that our cities have become? How could anyone object to having his heritage taken away, when it's for such a good cause: the cause of more feminism, more homosexuality, and a non-White majority in America? No, no, these things couldn't be alienating young people and making them angry, the media people think, because these are all good things. It must be my music -- or perhaps violent video games, anything except the Clintonista filth, which the media people are helping the Clinton regime ram down our throats.
You know, these media people really cannot imagine why the prospect of a non-White America; a mongrel America; a coffee-colored, Third World America of Black basketball players and rap music and high fives and Ebonics, should make anyone angry. They just can't imagine it. Take a look at Newsweek magazine for this week. It has a picture of what these spiritually sick media liberals want the America of the 21st century to look like. They really want it to be an America without White people. Newsweek, of course, is owned by a Jewish company, the Washington Post Company, but it pretty well represents what all of the media people, Gentles as well as Jews, think. And they believe that is the way everyone else should think. They don't understand why their vision of America should make young people angry. So it must be my music. It must be people like me who are making young Americans angry by providing them with Politically Incorrect music.
I tell the media people that the purpose of resistance music is not to make young people alienated or angry; instead it is to give them a rationale for their alienation and a target for their anger. It is to explain to them why they are alienated; it is to help them understand the causes of their alienation by showing them who and what are responsible for the alienating conditions around them. The purpose of resistance music is to direct their anger outward, toward a proper target, so that their anger will not become self-destructive but instead can help them by helping our people.
But whenever I say something like this to a media person I just get a vacant smile. What I'm saying either doesn't register because it's too far off his wavelength, or he's deliberately tuning me out because he knows that if he really reports accurately what I'm telling him he'll need to look for another career shortly thereafter. I'm inclined to believe that in most cases it's the former: at least, in the case of the rank and file reporters and writers. The media bosses, the ones who set the party line, lie deliberately, but the media people in the ranks tend to be a highly socialized group, very dependent on their interactions with their peers. I don't think they're even capable of independent thought. They can think only as a group. Each of them can think only what the others are thinking. If you put one of them in a room by himself somewhere, his brain would just shut down until another media person came into the room. Perhaps this is the way people tend to be who were raised in day-care centers, always surrounded by other children when they were very young.
Be that as it may, whether the media people deliberately twist and distort the reality they present to the public or do it unconsciously, it really is a big problem for all of us. Most Americans depend almost entirely on the mass media -- on television, radio, newspapers, and newsmagazines -- for everything they know, or think they know, about the world outside their own neighborhoods. And when that view of the world is distorted, is falsified, then we have difficulty making correct decisions and acting in a way that is consistent with our interests as a people.
There are other ways of learning about the world besides watching network television, of course. One can find out almost anything by using the Internet as a research tool. By learning where to look and how to read critically, one can pretty well get around the media controllers -- which is why they're working so hard now to try to build public support for their effort to control the Internet too, so that they can censor it. They want to protect us from pornography and terrorism, they tell us. What they really want to do is protect us from the truth, because if most Americans had any hint of the truth, the media bosses would have to start swimming for Israel to save their hides.
Well, as far as the public is concerned all of that is pretty much irrelevant. Expecting the general public to read anything critically or to learn how to use the Internet for research is just a pipe dream. The public may use the Internet for on-line shopping, but for 99 per cent of them that's it. Most of them always will get their news and their ideas from the easiest source, which is television, and they will believe what they see on the screen and what Tom Brokaw or Peter Jennings or Dan Rather tells them to believe.
Is that important? Is it really important what fools believe?
Well, yes, it is important. In the first place, we still have a crazy system where what the couch potatoes and lemmings believe has a big influence on public policy and on the type of government in Washington. When evil men, whose interests are diametrically opposed to the interests of our own people, are able to determine what the voters believe, then that is a matter of concern to us. That is the root of most of our problems today, this deliberate deception of the voters by the media bosses.
But even if couch potatoes weren't allowed to vote, we still should care what they believe. We often may be contemptuous of people who can't think for themselves and who are so easily misled, but the fact is they make up the bulk of our people, and if we want a truly healthy society again, we need for even the sports fans to have at least a rudimentary understanding of what's happening in the world and why. We want at least the great bulk of our people supporting the goals of our society.
Anyway, that's in the future. Let me give you a very specific example of the way in which the masses of the American people are fooled today. I'm sure that you remember the massacre at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado, in April. I've already spoken about that at length on earlier broadcasts. The slant that the media people immediately tried to put on that massacre was that the two killers were neo-Nazis of some sort, or at the very least White racists, who had deliberately targeted Black students. And they put this slant on it knowing that one of the killers was a Jew -- hardly the neo-Nazi type -- that only one of the 13 victims was a Black, and that both killers were explicitly anti-racists and talked about how they wanted to kill White racists. And it has been this slant that has stuck in the public mind, even though the facts have been available, not only on the Internet but even in some widely distributed print media. It is television that makes a lasting impression on the average sports fan, not the news on the inside pages of the New York Times.
Even now, with excerpts appearing in Time magazine from the transcript of a video the two killers made before the massacre, most couch potatoes still believe they were neo-Nazis, because that's what Tom Brokaw and Peter Jennings and Dan Rather told them back in April and have been hinting at ever since. We need to get those neo-Nazis under control. We need new "hate crime" laws. That's the media message. Even with the video made by the killers now public, you can ask most sports fans, "Hey, you remember those two neo-Nazis who shot all the kids at Columbine High School?" and they'll answer, "Yeah, I remember them." Which just goes to show that it's a lot easier to fool people than it is to un-fool them.
Nevertheless, the video made by Klebold and Harris is very interesting, because it ties in with some other issues I've commented on. One of the first things that struck me when I read the transcript of the video the two killers made in Klebold's basement was the statement made separately by both the killers in slightly different words to the effect that they hated everyone: "It's humans that I hate," Klebold said. That reminded me of something the first-century Roman historian Tacitus wrote about the Jews more than 1900 years ago: "They hate all humanity, except their fellow Jews."
Christians, especially, seemed to be hated by the two killers, and they made a number of obscene and derogatory comments about those of their fellow students who were Christians whom they intended to kill. Is this something Klebold learned from his Jewish mother? We don't really know, and we certainly won't find out from Tom Brokaw. One thing that is clear from their video, however, is the almost total sense of alienation felt by the young killers. They really hated the world.
Now, they certainly didn't learn that hatred from reading one of my novels or listening to the resistance music I distribute or from visiting one of my Internet web sites or even from playing violent video games -- and yet Jewish groups and much of the media have been trying to convince the public that they did. Actually, there are some trendy folks out there who are an easy sell for that theory. There are people in America -- White people -- who really believe that things are getting better and better as they become more and more "diverse," more and more chaotic, more and more multicultural, more and more Jewish. They can't imagine why young people should be more likely to be alienated growing up rootless in the Clinton era. I mean, it just couldn't be the feminism, the homosexuality, the racial mixing and the behavior of the Federal government -- all of those things are just so wonderful -- so it must be those awful heterosexual White males who put hate on the Internet and write hateful novels and distribute hateful music.
Anyway, the value in the video that Klebold and Harris made, and the reason that you should read the transcript on the Internet or at least read the excerpts in Time magazine this week, is that it provides a horrifyingly graphic picture of the depth of the alienation and the intensity of the rage inside many young Americans today. And keep in mind that Klebold and Harris were not my kind of young Americans. They had no healthy racial feelings, no understanding of what was happening to their world. One of them was a Jew. And yet they were totally alienated. This sickness around us -- this liberal, Jewish, feminist, egalitarian sickness -- corrupts everyone. The video Klebold and Harris made will convince you, if you weren't already convinced, that the world young Americans are growing up in is profoundly unnatural and unhealthy. Some adjust to it, more or less, but a growing number do not. Instead, they become alienated, and they become filled with rage, and in the years ahead there will be hell to pay.
This Klebold-Harris video being made public now is a fluke. It gives a perceptive few a chance to see some evidence that they wouldn't otherwise have seen. It's not likely to sink into the consciousness of the sports fans, however, because it won't get the intensive TV coverage the original story got. Most couch potatoes still will believe that Klebold and Harris were neo-Nazis who learned to hate from the Internet and from listening to the wrong kind of music. And so most Americans still won't have a clue as to why more and more young Americans are intensely alienated and angry. And not having a clue, they're not likely to exert any pressure on the government to change things in the right direction. And that's the way the media people want it. They like the way things are going now, and they intend to keep on protecting the voters from the truth.
Listen! Being in the resistance music business has given me an even better opportunity than before to talk with young Americans. When I tell you that their alienation and rage are growing, I know what I'm talking about. There are hundreds of thousands of young, White Americans who would like nothing better than to rip out the throats of the people who have made their lives pointless and meaningless. You can't build enough prisons to hold them all. You can't become safe by passing new gun control laws. The rage building now will find a way out. My aim is to help it find the right way, a constructive way. Not the Klebold and Harris way, certainly, but a way that will result in a lot of throats being ripped out nevertheless: the throats of the people who have been deliberately destroying our world, stealing our heritage, and trying their damnedest to keep the American people from learning the truth and healing themselves.
We will be healed. We will be cleansed. We will bring the truth to our people despite the controlled media. We will take our heritage back. The young people who listen to resistance music will be the vanguard of our army of liberation. Woe to those who try to stand in their way!
Cornelius Tacitus, The Histories, Book 5
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