Posts Tagged

Thomas Goodrich

American Dissident VoicesAudioKevin Alfred StromRadio

Here we see US soldiers murdering helpless captured German troops on April 29, 1945. American Col. Howard Buechner, who researched the incident yet did not condemn it, says 520 disarmed German POWs were slaughtered over the course of a day in this one incident alone. Another US officer, Gen. Felix L.…
Read More
American Dissident VoicesAudioKevin Alfred StromRadio

Allied propaganda dehumanized the Germans, which made American soldiers more willing to commit atrocities against them. American Dissident Voices broadcast of 16 March, 2019 by Kevin Alfred Strom THIS WEEK WE continue our interview, in all its shocking detail, with researcher and writer researcher…
Read More
American Dissident VoicesAudioKevin Alfred StromRadio

American Dissident Voices broadcast of 9 March, 2019 by Kevin Alfred Strom ON TODAY’S program, we begin an interview that many will find shocking, the facts revealed in it hard to accept. But we Americans have been tricked, used, and subsumed in evil — true, unadulterated, sick evil —…
Read More
Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce I’VE JUST BEEN reading an excellent book. It’s Scalp Dance, by Thomas Goodrich, and it’s a history of the conflict between Plains Indians and White settlers moving west in the years immediately after the American Civil War, between about 1865 and 1879. Much…
Read More
Essays

Written by the author of Hellstorm by Thomas Goodrich I AM HAPPY TO announce the publication of a book that has been on my shelf for the past two years. Rage & Revenge is a terrifying, up-close and personal look at what war and its aftermath are really like. For too long, the true nature of combat and…
Read More
Essays

Every month, it seems, yet another movie is released based upon some real or some fanciful event of World War Two. Invariably, like some stylized Greek drama in which the actors all wear the same masks and all chant the same lines, the cast in these propagandistic morality plays are as predictable as the
Read More
Essays

by Thomas Goodrich THE LITTLE BOTTLE lay on the sand. Nearby, waves lapped softly against the beach. How long the bottle had been lying there no one knows. Whether it was the tide or a storm that placed it, we do not know that either. This much we do know: At some point, someone walking along the sand spotted…
Read More