Friday, February 01, 2002

IT'S THE SAME OLD SONG - It has been brought to my attention that I have been subjected to yet another completely gratuitous smear attack on one of the racial e-groups, by one of William Pierce's flunkies. The content of the smear is nothing new, just the same old dreary refrain they have been gobbling like turkeys for the past ten years.

[Sigh....] As I stated some months ago, I am TRYING to be the good guy here and I am TRYING to leave this behind and move on to more important things, like the survival of Western civilization and the race that created it. This is what I get for my self-imposed moratorium on any major NA-related commentary. More lies and smears and vilification from these weirded-out cult members. Looks like Oscar Wilde pegged it: "No good deed ever goes unpunished."

The Goat Dance of 1996-1999 is one of the most shameful and revolting episodes in the history of this so-called "Movement", which is already far too replete with the shameful and the revolting. For those of you who came in late, for a period of about three years the NA went berserk trying various methods of silencing my criticism of their guru and my public commentary about certain of his financial and political practices. In keeping with my unilateral promise to try and let go of the past, I will not go into a detailed account of this period. It does not reflect well at all on the racial nationalist character, and I would like to see the whole foul episode buried. Unfortunately, that desire is apparently not shared by the NA.

Suffice it to say that the Goat Dance had the effect of awakening a lot of people in the RCC [Racially Concious Community, which is the term I prefer to "movement" ] as to the true nature of the National Alliance. Down through the years I have heard from dozens of people who were shocked and horrified and sickened at what they saw being done in the name of William Pierce, a man they once held in high regard. More than once I have gotten feedback to the effect of, "My God, I gave this man X amount of dollars, for THIS?" and also "Christ, if this is the way they behave on the Internet, what would happen if they ever gained political power?"

The Goat Dance ended, or at least wound down significantly, beginning in late 1998 when Pierce finally faced a rebellion from some of his stable of major financial supporters. He was under heavy pressure at the time to explain the Pickett-Van Biber incident in Florida, as well as his peristent refusal to bring the Goat Dancers under control. These men were so personally nauseated and angered that they confronted him at the Labor Day "leadership conference" and demanded the stupid business end, or their checkbooks would remain closed. Pierce saw the light and made one of his intermittent, spasmodic attempts to control the behavior of his people. [This was before the onset of Dr. Pierce's current medical condition became apparent.] Two individuals had become so obsessed with Goat Dancing that they left the National Alliance in order to continue to wallow in their own cyer-crapulence. One eventually lost interest and the other, I am told, has since spent time in a mental institution.

There was one very interesting phenomenon, though. The last certifiable (in more ways than one) Goat Dance dev-null e-mail I got was on July 1st, 2000. After that, the smears have all been identifiable and sourceable as coming from individual NA members who, however moronic, are not true Goat Dancers. [There is an element of gibbering madness and psychotic hatred in the real McCoy that has been lacking since then, a certain slimy vileness that marks the true Dance.]

Now, what is the significance of the date of July 1st? That is the beginning and end of the FEDERAL BUDGET'S FISCAL YEAR. Veeeeerrrry interesting.....

At any rate, several facts emerge from the Goat Dance era:

A) Many of the people who are involved with the National Alliance on a senior level are very seriously mentally and emotionally disturbed.

B) Dr. William L. Pierce as a rule does nothing about situation A and in some cases encourages it.

C) Other events of this time period, such as Dr. Pierce's German Odyssey, the Pickett-Van Biber episode, and the Hendrik Moebus incident, seem to provide a very strong circumstantial case that Dr. Pierce, to borrow a Clintonian phrase, has "an inappropriate relationship" with certain Federal law enforcement agencies.

D) The National Alliance, as a political organization, is and always has been completely ineffective. The utter failure of the group to mobilize any serious opposition from the right to the Ninth Crusade is one of many proofs of this; their so-called "anti-war demonstrations" in Washington D.C. are tiny, pathetic displays of White weakness and incompetence.

E) Dr. Pierce's repeated refusal to show his face outside his West Virginia compound for, as nearly as I can determine, several years now gives color to the rumors about his mental and medical condition. I can state from personal knowledge that many present National Alliance members who are in contact with me are growing increasingly troubled by the apparent lack of any plan whatsoever for a post-Pierce NA, when Pierce either shuffles off this mortal coil or is no longer competent to manage his affairs and will have to be institutionalized. Pierce has the only remaining serious amount of boodle in the old "Movement." (And he has been notably free of lawsuits from Morris Dees; the one time Dees did sue him, in Bryson City, Pierce simply wrote a check and paid him off. The source of his funds...ah, now there's another topic...)

Sorry, where was I? The buzzards are circling over Hillsboro, with Billy Roper seemingly in the lead at the moment. As soon as Pierce goes, the buzzards are going to swoop and one way or another that compound is going to be picked clean of money, books, tapes, computers, tractors, and anything else of value before they find some way to sell or liquidate the land itself. Pierce will quite probably die like Scrooge in the Ghost of Christmas Future's vision, with his ghoulish attendants stealing the rings off his fingers and his very bedclothes and garments before fleeing into the night.

All of this makes good soap opera, but soap opera is not revolution. It's not even politics. The National Alliance is neither; it is a cult, the purpose of which has always been the personal enrichment of Dr. William L. Pierce. For the past twenty years we have collectively dumped millions of donation dollars onto a mountainside in West Virginia, and there it sits, waiting for the vulpine descent. Could we have done anything better with all that money if we hadn't had the NA monkey on our backs? Maybe not. Okay, probably not. But it would have been nice to find out.

As I said before, some months ago I decided that I was going to be a nice guy and yield to what some of you had been importuning me to do, to "rise above" the fact that I am being defamed and vilified by a vicious, brain-dead cult, some of whom appear to hear voices in their head. My forbearance has gotten me exactly nothing. Every month or so the NA publishes some kind of slander or lie or personal attack against me.

The time of the National Alliance is past. The time of the Northwest is coming. That is the long and the short of it. The time of the senile guru is past; the time of the idea is coming, and it is driving him even more out of his mind with envy and hatred than he apparently already is. These smears you see on the Internet directed against Harold Covington are essentially the mindless scream of a dying and increasingly sick and confused old man who is "raging, raging at the dying of the light."

In that sense, I understand it. I am actually far less angry and pissed off myself at Pierce than I was some years ago. I understand why he is doing it. I think he is coming to realize that he has wasted his life and betrayed his own principles, that his "inappropriate relationship" with the Feds has rendered him a fraud before history, and that he will be remembered not as a leader, but as a snitch. At his age that is a terrible thing to have to come to grips with.

William Pierce was never much of a leader. He is now simply an object of pity.

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