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Transgender Jew Now Physician General of Pennsylvania

Rachel-Levineby Michael Olanich

MEET Dr. Rachel Levine, professor of Pediatrics and Psychiatry at Penn State, a “transgender who now identifies as a woman.” On January 17, 2015, Levine was appointed to a cabinet position under governor-elect Tom Wolf of Pennsylvania. (ILLUSTRATION: Rachel Levine)

An article in Philadelphia magazine, a “mainstream” publication so favorable to homosexuals there is a “gay and lesbian” section prominently displayed on every page of their Web site, reported on January 18, 2015:

…Dr. Levine, a resident of Middletown, Pennsylvania, is currently a professor of Pediatrics and Psychiatry at the Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, where she also serves as chief of the Division of Adolescent Medicine and Eating Disorders, a program she created on her own. She has also worked actively with the school’s Office of Diversity, mentoring LGBT students, faculty and staff, and she sits on the board of Equality PA.

In her role as physician general, Levine will advise the governor and secretary of the Department of Health on medical and public health-related issues. In a press release sent out this weekend, Wolf explains why he chose her for this position:

“Dr. Rachel Levine is well-respected in the fields of pediatrics, psychiatry, and behavioral health, where she has practiced for close to three decades. She has been a leading voice in efforts to treat teens with medical and psychological problems, as well as adults and children with eating disorders. It is important to me that we place equal emphasis on behavioral and physical health issues. Dr. Levine will bring expertise and wide-ranging knowledge to this important role advising the secretary of Health and me on medical and public health matters.”

Philadelphia magazine is published by D. Herbert Lipson of the Jewish Lipson family.

There you have it: A man who believes he is a “she” will make governmental decisions on the “public health” and decide for the residents of Pennsylvania what is “safe” for them in the fields of physical and mental health.

Will no one see the irony of this creature being a psychiatrist? And the thought of someone like Levine dealing with children and adolescents through practicing pediatrics should send shivers down any healthy White man’s or woman’s spine.

And what is “Equality PA” — the organization mentioned above for which Levine sits as a board member?

According to their Web site: “Equality Pennsylvania is the statewide voice for LGBT equality in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and works collaboratively to establish a comprehensive network of individuals and organizations united in securing equal rights for the LGBT community.”

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4 Comments

  1. Michael
    February 21, 2015 at 6:51 am — Reply

    As an American of Italian and Polish heritage, Dr. Pierce is a hero of mine. I’d appreciate if the slander against Dr. Pierce that he was a Nordicist be dubunked. I believe he valued all people of European heritage as equal and would have had no problem with a daughter (if he had had one) marrying an Italian. Please confirm, it would give me great peace of mind.

  2. February 21, 2015 at 8:16 am — Reply

    Dr. Pierce revered the contributions of Nordics to White civilization. But one of the very first columnists in his newspaper was a man of Italian extraction, Nick Camerota. I think it’s fair to say that he became less Nordicist as time went on, too, though he never changed his view that they were a core element of our race. He revised his book Who We Are late in his life to have a less Nordic-focused tone, though that version is not the one that has been widely pirated.

    I was a witness to his acceptance of, and numerous remarks on the high racial quality of, numerous non-Nordic Whites he met from places as diverse (in the White sense!) as Malta, Italy, Greece, Colombia, Hungary, Uruguay, Poland, and Bulgaria. He married more than one brown-eyed Hungarian woman.

    National Alliance membership is and always was open to all Whites of European ancestry. As Dr. Pierce put it: “Race counts, not nationality.”

    I am of Norwegian ancestry, though of moderate stature, brown eyes, and (formerly) brown hair. My fiancée is brown-haired and brown-eyed and of German-Italian ancestry.

    My position, as I’ve stated before, is that the racial quality of Whites is going to be tested in the coming dark years, and I doubt that passing that test will directly correlate with being a member of any particular subrace or nationality.

    As William Pierce said: “Toward a New Consciousness; a New Order; a New People.” Perhaps that new people will one day have a name.

    With good wishes,

    Kevin Alfred Strom.

  3. February 21, 2015 at 8:40 am — Reply

    Interesting facts on Dr. Pierce’s background that I had not known before, and they are probably unknown to most save his closest associates who worked with him for decades. Thanks, Kevin.

    Dr. Pierce never struck me as being a Nordicist. He always gave me the lasting impression that he advocated for all European peoples — as long as they were White with distinct White facial features — no matter where they lived in the world. Simply listen to some of Dr. Pierce’s ADVs or read his essays and you will get a keen grasp of his outlook eventually.

  4. Arvin N. Prebost
    February 21, 2015 at 12:07 pm — Reply

    I appreciate Michael’s complaint.

    I have formerly BLACK hair, brown eyes. I got quite tan in the summer. And I could work outside in the stifling heat (most Whites cannot, or do not want to–I rather liked it). I was looked down on, I feel, in high school.

    My DNA test says that I am 60% British Isles, with considerable Scandinavian (reflecting, I think, the Norman invasion of Britain). But there is also a 4% to 10% admixture which one DNA test identified as Oriental, another as Eastern European. Who knows where those Vikings went, or with whom they copulated? (In my mind, I see a Viking lord ancestor marrying one of those semi-oriental Russian or Eastern European women!)

    This does not detract from my dedication.

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