In a number of radio programs and writings, Pierce has outlined his perspective on the nature and history of those he considers his people – white Europeans – and offered his vision of their future in this country. I drew on eight of these sources to compile the following statement. The words below are Pierce’s. I have added headings to put them into context.
To help you understand us, we now present part 2, the concluding part, of Robert S. Griffin’s introduction to Dr. William Pierce’s ideas in his The Fame of a Dead Man’s Deeds, read by Vanessa Neubauer.
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