Pat Buchanan Promotes Book On White Supremacist Radio Show
Pat Buchanan apparently feels secure enough in his various media consulting positions to actually appear on an overtly white supremacist radio show — again: Pat Buchanan Promotes Book On ‘Pro-White’ Radio Show.
Buchanan has a long history marred by bigotry and hostility toward minorities. He recently released a new book, Suicide of a Superpower, which claims that America is disintegrating as whites lose their majority status. Buchanan also serves as a political analyst for MSNBC — an affiliation that was mentioned by host James Edwards after the interview and on the program’s website.
The Political Cesspool describes itself as representing “a philosophy that is pro-White … We wish to revive the White birthrate above replacement level fertility and beyond to grow the percentage of Whites in the world relative to other races.”
The Anti-Defamation League has criticized Edwards for having “white supremacist views” and interviewing “a variety of anti-Semites, white supremacists, Holocaust deniers, conspiracy theorists and anti-immigrant leaders.” The Southern Poverty Law Center wrote in 2007 that The Political Cesspool host “has probably done more than any of his contemporaries on the American radical right to publicly promote neo-Nazis, Holocaust deniers, raging anti-Semites and other extremists” and that his program “has become the primary radio nexus of hate in America.”
The SPLC notes that The Political Cesspool’s guest roster reads like a “Who’s Who” of radical racists, with guests like “white supremacist” Sam Dickson; “white supremacist” Paul Fromm; anti-Semitic professor Kevin MacDonald; and “neo-Nazi activist April Gaede.” Edwards has also hosted former KKK leader David Duke, of whom Edwards writes: “Contrary to the false image of a drooling ‘racist’ that the MSM would like to paint, David is a very thoughtful, intelligent, and gracious individual.”
Why does Pat Buchanan still have a job in the media?