by, 11-10-2011 at 04:04 PM (208 Views)
The banner photographs depict our national treasures, whether they be historic sites or just the magnificence of our natural wonders. Today I noticed it was a photo of Charles Lindbergh's home in Little Falls, MN.
I had never seen his home before. Can you imagine? The man was one of the greatest heroes of our nation, of the world and that is how he has been "forgotten" in such a short time. Why? Well let Professor Kevin MacDonald explain it.
The Culture of Critique: An Evolutionary Analysis of Jewish Involvement in Twentieth-Century Intellectual and Political Movements
[B][URL="http://www.csulb.edu/%7Ekmacd/books-Preface.html"][FONT=times new roman][B][SIZE=2]Preface to the First Paperback Edition
[QUOTE]Another marker of the change in attitude toward Jews was the response to Charles Lindbergh's remarks in Des Moines, Iowa on the eve of U.S. entry into World War II. Lindbergh's advocacy of non-intervention was shaped not only by his horror at the destructiveness of modern warfare -- what he viewed as the suicide of European culture, but also by his belief that a second European war would be suicidal for the White race.[/QUOTE]
It is rather lengthy for a blog post so I recommend one click on the link and read it at KM's website.