We are held down by an irrational concentration on the botched and the stupid. Conscious upward evolution has the potential to liberate us in every realm of life.
by Kevin Alfred Strom (pictured, right, in a recent meeting with National Alliance director Will Williams)
A FRIEND OF MINE has a wife who is dying of cancer. While she was undergoing cancer surgery, she suffered a severe stroke. It’s a tragedy on many levels. Not only is her life impaired by the ravages of chemotherapy, but the stroke has partially paralyzed her and made it difficult for her to communicate. But the greatest tragedy of all is that her husband can find no one who will provide her with the . . . → Read More: Casting Off the Chains
by Dr. William L. Pierce National Alliance General Convention, 1983; recorded and transcribed by Kevin Alfred Strom; video by Aryan Legacy
TWO THOUSAND years ago the poet Ovid wrote that night is a sadder time than day. I know that’s always been true for me. When discouraging thoughts come, it’s usually at night.
Actually, I’m pretty cheerful most of the time. But it used to be that, occasionally, when I was working alone in the National Office late at night, a black thought would come into my mind — always the same thought. It was that there’s not enough time to do what I must do. It was that something will happen to me before the Alliance is strong enough to survive and continue growing without me.
This week marks 12 years since the death of my teacher, mentor, and friend William Pierce. It’s a time to reflect on his legacy — and our responsibility. This program is partly based on my 2013 appreciation of Dr. Pierce, Tomorrow’s Religion, which I composed before restarting American Dissident Voices and which, in updated form, deserves to be a part of the ADV legacy. In today’s program I will be contrasting Dr. Pierce’s “hard way” — his Cosmotheist way — of building a new White community with the “quick fix” issue-oriented approach of other race-based groups, who don’t seek to fundamentally change society’s basic assumptions and beliefs.
WHAT IS A SIN? Webster says a sin is “a transgression against divine law.” Most churches in this country would define any breach of the Old Testament’s Ten Commandments as a sin, including the commandment that tells us to recognize the Hebrew tribal god, Yahweh, as the only god. This makes, by definition, every single one of our ancestors — from 100,000 years ago to just 1700 years ago — into unrepentant, irredeemable “sinners.”
The definition of “transgression against divine law” varies depending on what the particular religion or philosophy considers to be “divine law.” If the Old Testament is divine law, then mixing linen and cotton in your outfit this morning is a sin . . . → Read More: Sins Against Life
CAN YOU REST secure in your bed while White people are being killed for being White? (ILLUSTRATION: A massive field of crosses commemorate the murdered White farmers of South Africa. How often has this issue been highlighted — or even mentioned — in the major media in the West?)
Can you tranquilly go to your job every day and serve the system happily in whatever way you serve it? When you get home, can you relax and switch on cable TV for a few thrills or laughs, then go to sleep in peace? Can you do all that while White people — totally innocent White people, farmers, workers, men, women, the elderly, little schoolchildren, even babies — . . . → Read More: Your Conscience Will Not Rest
WHICH WAY will it be, Western Man? Will it be upward to a future of light, of undreamed-of advances, toward a pinnacle of civilization beyond anything we can imagine, toward a destiny in the stars? Or downward toward a Black abyss, an Afro-world of degradation, of drugged unconsciousness, of weak, undeveloped men on the road to extinction, of outrages upon our women and children?
Today I show you the path we are on now: I show you a White girl who believed her teachers and the churches and the controlled media, and who engaged in a sexual relationship with a Black male — and paid for it with her life. Today I show you two White women . . . → Read More: The Narrow Bridge
Music and video editing by Transvolution (Oscar Turner)
Text by Dr. William L. Pierce; introduction below by Kevin Alfred Strom:
EDITOR’S NOTE: On Living Things is the second essay, in a series of three, in which Dr. Pierce expresses the fundamentals of his philosophy, on which all of his political work was ultimately based. If you have not already done so, you should read The Path before reading On Living Things.
In prior articles in the series ‘Intimations of Cosmotheism’ on National Vanguard, I have shown that other writers and thinkers, including Charles Lindbergh and Sir Oswald Mosley, have expressed ideas parallel to those which Dr. Pierce brought to their fullest expression. The third essay in this series, On Society, is also presented on National Vanguard.
Music and video editing by Transvolution (Oscar Turner); text by Dr. William Pierce;
dedicated to Mary Phagan (June 1, 1899 – April 26, 1913).
Text by Dr. William L. Pierce; introduction below by Kevin Alfred Strom:
EDITOR’S NOTE: ’Cosmotheism’ is the name given by the late Dr. William Pierce to his philosophy of life — his religion, if you will — which embodied for him the fundamental truths about the nature of the Universe and our purpose in it. By the standards of a more childish and innocent time, Dr. Pierce might be adjudged an atheist, and by those who call themselves ‘atheists’ today — the narrow egoists of the Rand cult and its derivatives, and the sentimental Christians-without-Christ who constitute the ‘Secular Humanist’ and Marxian reformations of the gospel — he could not even be . . . → Read More: New Video: Cosmotheism — The Path
APRIL 20 of this year  is the 100th anniversary of the birth of the greatest man of our era — a man who dared more and achieved more, who set his aim higher and climbed higher, who felt more deeply and stirred the souls of those around him more mightily, who was more closely attuned to the Life Force which permeates our cosmos and gives it meaning and purpose, and did more to serve that Life Force, than any other man of our times.
And yet he is the most reviled and hated man of our times. Only a few tens of thousands of men and women, in scattered groups around the world, will celebrate his birthday with love and reverence . . . → Read More: The Measure of Greatness
ONE LETTER-WRITER to American Dissident Voices objected to my article on US meddling in Ukraine, “The New Cold War,” calling it “an insult to true nationalists on the streets.” I suggested in my program that the Ukrainian patriots who’ve been tempted to ally themselves with the regime in Washington and the EU — or who acted in a way that advanced the EU/US agenda — would eventually come to deeply regret those decisions. I also stated that, despite my reservations about Putin and the new Russia, that nation has positioned itself in opposition to the world plantation being set up by the Jewish elite and its US military bully boys. I suggested that it is not . . . → Read More: American Dissident Voices: Petty Nationalism and Religion
A “TAX DODGE.” A “bogus religion.” Something he “abandoned” in later years in hopes of attracting Christians. So have William Pierce’s opponents, both within and without White nationalist circles, characterized Cosmotheism, the religion founded by Dr. Pierce. (ILLUSTRATION: Dr. William Pierce, founder of both Cosmotheism and the National Alliance. Image source: Kevin Alfred Strom)
But these characterizations are false. The Cosmotheist world view — the view that our race is the vanguard of the Universe’s evolving self-consciousness — was central to everything that Dr. Pierce wrote, uttered, and built during the last quarter century of his life.
TO CREATE AND PROPAGATE a true and unshakable moral basis for the survival of our race is the most fundamental task of the National Alliance. (ILLUSTRATION: Charles Darwin. His discovery of biological evolution has profound moral implications.)
If we were to, say, elect a few pro-White politicians or repeal a few anti-White laws — as difficult as those propositions would be these days — but we just continued along with establishment Liberal morality or establishment Conservative morality, or the morality of the major churches — we would have no real, lasting effect. All our efforts would, in a few decades or years, be gone with the wind. Eventually, some temporary situation or persuasive politician would reverse all . . . → Read More: American Dissident Voices: An Evolutionary Morality
EACH OF US has only a few years to live. At our conception, we awaken from a sleep that has lasted for millions of centuries. We walk this Earth for a few paltry years. We are nurtured by parents and family. We receive love. If we prove strong enough, we give love. If we do right, we find a mate, overcome whatever obstacles there may be, and leave descendants to carry on when we are gone. And we are gone soon enough — a handful of decades if we are lucky, and that is all. Then we sleep again, for billions of years, perhaps for infinity — except for that part of us that . . . → Read More: American Dissident Voices: What is Right and What is Wrong
WILLIAM LUTHER PIERCE, even eleven years after his death, has proven impossible to ignore. Despite his decade-long absence and the decline and imminent collapse of what was once his National Alliance (which fell into incompetent and unworthy hands), he is inspiring an ever-growing number of White men and women who are rediscovering his ideas, talking about them, republishing his works, and beginning new institutions that will embody his ideals.
William Pierce transformed the White resistance, turning us away from hopelessly outdated and sterile conservatism; away from the insanity of “preserving” an old order which didn’t even exist anymore; away from the madness of reforming an enemy-designed System; away from the delusion that we, with our race’s ever-dwindling percentage of an ever more befuddled population, can vote our way out of . . . → Read More: Tomorrow’s Religion
How did William Pierce’s religion, Cosmotheism, begin? How did it develop? Robert Griffin asked Dr. Pierce these and other questions, and here are the answers.
an excerpt from The Fame of a Dead Man’s Deeds by Robert S. Griffin
DR. PIERCE TOLD ME that during the early 1970s he formulated a race-based religious orientation to provide the spiritual basis for the direction he was taking with the National Alliance. He needed a name for what he had put together, he said, and he came up with Cosmotheism. He’s not sure whether he ran across the term in an encyclopedia or made it up. One day when I was in his office with him in West Virginia, I asked him to help me understand what Cosmotheism was about. He rose from his desk and went . . . → Read More: Discovering Cosmotheism
For the first time in written form, an important speech by William Luther Pierce (pictured), delivered at the National Alliance offices in Arlington, Virginia in 1977
by Dr. William Pierce
transcribed by Vanessa Neubauer
WE HAVE ready tonight the first of a series of pamphlets intended to serve not only as guides for us, but also to aid us in enlightening new people and bringing them into our community.
This particular pamphlet, The Path, is the first in the series because it’s the most fundamental. It states in very concise form, and also, I hope, in relatively easy to understand form, the essence of our truth, the essence of the idea on which our community is founded.
WHAT THE LACK of any national purpose is doing to America as a nation is painfully evident to everyone willing to see. It may be less evident, however, what the lack of a meaningful purpose in life is doing to millions of the best men and women of our race as individuals. That is because most of these believe, mistakenly, that they do have purpose in their lives.
What they really have is a plan or program for attaining certain personal goals they have convinced themselves are worthwhile. For example, a young man may have decided in his late teens that his goal in life is to have a career in a profession which will provide him with both stimulating activity and security, with social prestige, perhaps with a certain . . . → Read More: Purpose in Life
Today, on the tenth anniversary of his death, we remember the life’s work of William L. Pierce; herewith Kevin Strom’s address presented at Dr. Pierce’s memorial service in 2002.
by Kevin Alfred Strom
DR. WILLIAM LUTHER PIERCE, founder and Chairman of the National Alliance, died on July 23, 2002, after a battle with cancer lasting less than one month. Prior to his sudden disability, Dr. Pierce maintained his 80-hours-per-week schedule of writing, broadcasting, publishing, and organizing on behalf of people of European descent around the world, a regimen that he continued almost without interruption for 36 years. Standing far above his contemporaries, history will rank William Pierce with Shaw and Nietzsche as a visionary who saw clearly what European Man could become; and he will also be recognized as a great . . . → Read More: William Pierce: His Mission