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Guest on Audio Webcast – 2 pm EST


Bob will be a guest on David Duke’s program via Stormfront Townhall webcast live audio again Tuesday, Feb. 1st.

Mr. Morgan says:

Bob Whitaker as an on-air guest comes across as a 10. Great on-air presence. Highly effective in this format.

His wit, charm, and intelligence really come across in this audio format.

I think he would make a perfect co-host for the non-Sunday shows.

They’ll both be studying the short questions and comments between now and tomorrow’s (Feb 1st) live webcast, so that they may address them both in writing with their own posts, and on the air.
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When you have been in a desperately serious fight the way I have for fifty years, you either develop a really weird sense of humor or you go nuts. I get a kick out of laughing at myself.

James Kelso, ever the kind man, told me to back David up in this interview, since it was his first web broadcast, so I thought, “OK, Bob, it’s time to the Elder Statesman.”

The runup to the program was nerve-wracking. Dave had to do his own technical work here. Following James Kelso’s instructions, I jumped in and filled in in Town Hall while David got things straight.

Then I backed him up in the discussion as best I could. It’s HIS program, so I tried to be kind of McMahon to his Johnny Carson.

I was so proud. Pretty soon Ole Dave was leaning back and handling everything like a pro. I decided I must have done a hell of job as the calm Elder Statesman.

Afterwards I was bragging about it, and David just mentioned in passing, in that very kind way people do when Ole Bob is making a fool of himself — again — that he had run a talk show for two years that out-did Rush Limbaugh.

Here I had been trying to be a shepherd to a pro.

A younger man would probably have been embarrassed. I think it was hilarious.

I repeat, in this kind of battle, if you don’t learn to laugh at yourself, you’re dead meat. All that counts is not that I made a great showing, but that David and James asked me to do my part and I did it.

If I get a chance to laugh at myself in the meantime, that’s just a bonus.

One of the main things a guy my age has to offer is called “institutional memory.” I remember the people and events that came before.

In the case of radio, I have a special mine of institutional memory. What went through my mind as I watched David doing the technical work on his computer to get the broadcast on the Internet brought thoughts to my mind that make me want to share with you the sheer awe of it all.

I have held an amateur radio license for over fifty years. I remember assembling my own little Walter Ashe rig and reaching Ohio with my code (it was all in code for me).

Then I did a little radio broadcast in tiny stations and had to “handle my own board.” I came on, the guy before me went home, and the station was just me for hours. The station might reach across and most people had radios.

In Europe as late as 1970 you could go all across the dial and get maybe two or three radio stations. There was only one BBC, one Austrian Radio, and so forth.

So I sat there, watching David “handle his own board,” and I began to realize that more people today have computers than had radios back then. I used to think in terms of reaching Ohio on my ham radio or the next town in the heavily regulated tiny station I was working at.

I started to think about who could hear David. I could not quite realize that there are simply no limits. My whole experience with radio was limits. But Antartica could hear David clear as a bell.

I kept saying to myself, “Bob, there are no limits here.”

If you could put yourself in my place, you would realize that this concept has STILL not really sunken in.



Storming Their Strongholds

Please read my book as a call for revolution and not just another critique of academia. We have to get on those campuses we pay for and hammer some theses on the doors of the established religion of Political Correctness right in on its home turf.

Any of us can do it and I’m here to help out.

SF Book Discussion II – Why Johnny Can’t Think … Robert W. Whitaker

I am here in Eastern Europe running my usual introductory fever, I always got sick in Latin America, Africa, Asia, you name it.

But I make as much sense when I’m sick as I do when I’m well.

As I said before, if you read Joe Sobran’s Foreword and my first chapter you will discover that for me today’s professors are just one more version of the same old thing. Neocons are professors or wannabe professors, so they talk about professors with respect.

But as the Internet grows, we are going to have a generation that has none of the respect and deference professors depend on.

In earlier days, you had to go to the college library. But you can get all that on the Internet. We are exactly in the position of the literate European middle class when the day of Gutenberg dawned, and the Bible was no longer the monopoly of the clerics.

Can anybody expand on this or just make some random points about it?

The bottom line is that faculties can no longer claim to be special. They can not say that we peasants have the right to come on our own campuses and debate them with their permission.

It is time for us to invade them on their home ground.



1/29/05 Insider Letter

(Reprinted to Blog from email list of 1/29/05)

*** Bob’s Insider’s Message ***

In this week’s article referring to the attempts to abolish “racism” I wrote, “Since there is no solution to the ‘problems’ of human nature, any attempt to create one is, by definition, inhuman.”

“Racism” is certainly a part of human nature. When professors say, “Every white is unconsciously racist,” to a degree they are right. It is entirely natural, especially when it comes to finding a mate, for human beings to want to be with people who look like themselves.

This is a huge problem for the multiculturalist, a problem that can only be overcome by extreme thought indoctrination, the kind of extreme thought indoctrination that takes place every day on college campuses across the country.

Professors are the purveyors of the propaganda that penetrates impressionable people.

A leftist might respond to this by saying that Christians say sin is also a part of human nature, and since “racism” is a sin (a worse sin than most) should it not be controlled and eradicated by any means necessary?

Many of these same leftists have no problems with adultery, fornication, and many of the other sins that Jesus actually DID preach against. For them, “racism” is the ultimate sin, not because Jesus preached against it, but because it interferes with their multi-cult agenda.

Jesus said many things while He was on earth, but whether or not He preached against “racism” depends on how it is defined.

If “racism” is defined as hating other races and wishing them ill, Jesus preached against it.

If “racism” is defined as wanting your children to look like yourself and your ancestors, of being proud of your racial heritage, who you are and how God made you, then Jesus never preached against it.

Jesus summed up the entire Law in the Golden Rule, which says to do to others as you would want them to do to you. Building a society based on common characteristics and values does not run contrary to anything Jesus taught, so long as we allow others to have their own such society.

In fact, I would go so far as to say that, since God MADE the races as they are and created the “bounds of their habitation,” the Good Lord isn’t for the liberal brand of multiculturalism any more than ‘Ole Bob is.




An Old Stalinist

I was talking to an old Stalinist tonight. He is a former Eastern European college professor and the person who introduced us didn’t know that, all BS aside, he was just a plain old Stalinist.

I recognized him quickly. I spent decades facing off these people.

He was talking about American imperialism and I cut him short. I said, “You know and I know that if the United States wanted to conquer the whole world right now nobody would be in our way.”

He mentioned terrorists, but I said, “if we got ruthless, we’d kill them and you know it.”

He’s a Stalinist, he knows what ruthlessness IS.

Americans don’t want the world or we would have it. The only reason anybody says “imperialist” is because they know we’re not.

Americans are silly assses. Americans are slaves to Israel.

But no one seems to get to the bottom line: everybody else on earth is weak beyond belief. If fifty million Arabs wanted to settle in Russia, what would Russia do about it?


If a black African wanted to rape a Finn’s daughter, what would the Finn do about it?


What the world is about today is WEAKNESS, COWARDICE, HELPLESSNESS.