|rayarcher67||Date: Th, 29.09.2016, 21:10 | Post # 1|
Reg. 16.01.2016 14:37
Опубликовано: 21 сент. 2016 г.
Ролик по речи Уильяма Л. Пирса "К здоровому обществу" (1997 г.), в которой он рассказывает о главных причинах современных общественных недугов и об основах здорового общества будущего.
Монтаж Omniphi Media, 2016 г. Русские субтитры.
|Mekhanizm||Date: Fr, 30.09.2016, 09:39 | Post # 2|
Reg. 14.12.2013 23:54
Уильям Лютер Пирс (III) (англ. William Luther Pierce III, 1933—2002) —американский политический деятель, писатель, основатель организации Национальный альянс. По первому образованию — физик, имел звание профессора Орегонского университета.
В 1966 году оставил преподавательскую деятельность, начал сотрудничать с Джорджем Линкольном Рокуэллом, основателем Американской нацистской партии. После убийства Рокуэлла в 1967 году стал одной из самых заметных фигур движения сторонников белого господства в США. Под псевдонимом Эндрю Макдональд (Andrew Macdonald) выпустил роман-антиутопию «Дневники Тёрнера» (1978), считающийся главной книгой американских нацистов.
Под псевдонимом Эндрю Макдональд:
The Turner Diaries. — Barricade Books, 1978. — ISBN 1-56980-086-3.
Hunter. — National Vanguard Books, 1984. — ISBN 0-937944-09-2.
Под именем Уильяма Пирса:
New World Order Comix#1 The Saga of... White Will!!! (comic book). — National Vanguard Books, 1993.
Who We Are (рус. Кто мы?). — 1978-82.
William Luther Pierce III (September 11, 1933 – July 23, 2002) was an American white nationalist and political activist. He was one of the most influential ideologues of the white nationalist movement for some 30 years before his death. A physicist by profession, he was also an author under the pseudonym Andrew Macdonald of the novels The Turner Diaries and Hunter. Pierce founded the National Alliance, a major White nationalist organization, which he led for almost thirty years.
Born in Atlanta, Georgia, to a Presbyterian family of Scots-Irish and English descent, Pierce was descended from the aristocracy of the Old South, descendant of Thomas H. Watts, the Governor of Alabama and Attorney General of the Confederate States of America during the American Civil War. As a child, Pierce did well academically, graduating from high school in 1952. He received a baccalaureate in physics from Rice University in 1955, earned a doctorate from University of Colorado at Boulder in 1962, and became an assistant professor of physics at the Oregon State University in 1962, where he joined the anti-communist John Birch Society. In 1965, in order to finance his political ambitions, he left his tenure at Oregon State University and became a senior researcher for the aerospace manufacturer Pratt & Whitney in New Haven, Connecticut. In 1966 Pierce moved to the Washington, D.C. area and became an associate of George Lincoln Rockwell, who was assassinated in 1967, after which Pierce became co-leader of the National Youth Alliance, which split in 1974, with Pierce founding the National Alliance.
Pierce intended the National Alliance to be a political vanguard that would ultimately bring about a white nationalist revolution in the United States. In 1978, Pierce wrote, under the pseudonym "Andrew Macdonald", the novel The Turner Diaries, which depicts a violent revolution in the United States which leads to the overthrow of the United States federal government. In 1984, he wrote another novel, Hunter, which portrays the actions of a Vietnam veteran F-4 Phantom II pilot and Washington, D.C.-area Defense Department consultant who embarks on a plan to assassinate interracial couples and liberal journalists, politicians and bureaucrats in the D.C. area. In 1985, Pierce relocated the headquarters of the National Alliance to Hillsboro, West Virginia, where he founded the Cosmotheist Community Church to receive tax exemption for his organization. Pierce spent the rest of his life in West Virginia hosting a weekly shortwave radio show, American Dissident Voices, publishing the internal newsletter National Alliance Bulletin (formerly called Action), and overseeing his publications, National Vanguard Magazine (originally titled Attack!), Free Speech and Resistance, as well as books published by his publishing firm National Vanguard Books, Inc. and music produced by his record company, Resistance Records.
In 2002, Pierce died of cancer. At the time, the National Alliance was bringing in more than $1 million a year, with more than 1,500 members and a paid national staff of 17 full-time officials, and was better known than at any time in its history, after which it entered a period of internal conflict and decline.
full text: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Luther_Pierce
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