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David Duke Live with Bob Whitaker NOW, Dec. 5th
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Re: David Duke Live with Bob Whitaker TODAY, Dec. 5th
David, I marched with the Klan in Pulaski, TN.
It was one of the major sacrifices of my life.
You see, when the Klan marches, they are silent. I had to march a mile with my mouth shut the whole time.
It was torture.
“Forgive me but I’m only 14 and from New Hempshire so I’ve never seen the Klan in real life but why did you have to be silent?”
Don’t miss this.
Originally Posted by ericthered
Mr. Whitaker, I am reading your book for the second time now. Trying to get these brutal, straightforward, facts established in my head. After reading it one thinks, ‘I can’t believe I’ve never realised this before, or was able to put it in words.’
Much of truth is like that, once you learn it, you wonder why you ever believed the way you did before.
I believe your book displays a very effective technique, laugh that crap right down to the ground!
It is brutal, isn’t it? Very few people on our side realize that.
I really get a letdown when someone writes me, “I agree with you, and another book about professor, XXX, says the same thing.”
XXX does not come within a mile of saying the same thing. The book at
is a political weapon, not just one more “criticism of academia.”
No, the criticism of academia written by the neoconservative Weisenstein is NOT what I wrote.
You got it right.
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David Duke Live with Bob Whitaker
Originally Posted by Joseph Morgan
Mr Duke or Mr Whitaker, if the Internet had been around in the 1950s, would white men have been able to stop the Jewish revolution that occured in America during the 1960s?
The internet would have helped beyond belief back then. The dumbocracy is finally realizing what Rather and Cronkite and all three networks that owned the news back then were doing. People like Dr. Fields and Willis Carto were limited to trying to get a sliver of truth through with tiny publications.
We were crippled, we were supressed, we were silenced without the slightest bit of effort. The internet would have been glorious.
But that’s an if. That time is GONE.
As we sophisticated Southerners put it, “If a bullfrog had wings, he wouldn’t bump his butt everytime he jumped.” You got wings now, bullfrog.