White Supremacist Gloats Over Pat Buchanan’s Appearance on Radio Show
White supremacist James Edwards, host of the overtly racist Political Cesspool radio show in Tennessee, is gloating today that he got noticed by the “extremist left” after MSNBC political consultant Pat Buchanan appeared on his show: I must be doing something right | JAMES EDWARDS. (Google cache link.)
I will have to admit that I was a little disappointed with the Media Matters smear because it was basically just a regurgitation of the exact same story they write every time Pat comes on my radio program. Show a little originality, guys!
I can imagine the Media Matters writer breathing into a paper bag as he attempted to cut and paste his story together!
Media Matters wasn’t nearly as lazy as the anti-white website Little Green Nutjobs, however, who merely regurgitated Media Matters regurgitation.
So far, the ADL gets the award for being the most creative, as they managed to pen an article that was an absolute fabrication of facts themselves, something I’d not yet seen before.
The fact of the matter is, despite all of the hysterics from the creeps listed above, I basically get on the radio each week and politely espouse a viewpoint that would have been considered to be perfectly acceptable and mainstream during the 1950s. Make no mistake about it, that generation was superior to ours by every standard of measurement. In fact, by their righteous standards, I might have even been considered to be a social moderate.
Of course, the hate groups here in America loathe the Western culture of faith and family that defined our country only a few short decades ago. If I’m a “racist” because I think my grandparents were right, and America was better off then than we are now, then so be it.
A glimpse into the sick mind of a racist.
Meanwhile, Buchanan is apparently going to suffer no consequences at all for going on the same radio show that often hosts David Duke and members of the Ku Klux Klan. What the hell, MSNBC?
Here’s some background information on this disgusting individual and his evil radio show: The Political Cesspool.
The Political Cesspool is a weekly talk radio show founded by James Edwards, and syndicated by Liberty News Radio Network and Accent Radio Network in the United States. First broadcast in October 2004 twice a week from radio station WMQM, it has been broadcast on Stormfront Radio, a service of the neo-Nazi Stormfront website, and as of 2011 is broadcast on Saturday nights on WLRM, a Christian radio station in Millington, Tennessee. Its sponsors include the white separatist Council of Conservative Citizens and the Institute for Historical Review, a Holocaust denial group.
According to its statement of principles, the show stands for the “Dispossessed Majority” and represents “a philosophy that is pro-White.” It has attracted criticism—including from The Nation, The New Republic, the Stephen Roth Institute, the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), and the Anti-Defamation League—for its promotion of anti-semitic, white nationalist and white supremacist views. According to the SPLC, the show has featured a “Who’s Who of the radical right”, including members of the Ku Klux Klan; they say Edwards has probably done more than anyone in America to promote neo-Nazis, Holocaust deniers and other extremists.
The show features Edwards and his co-hosts Bill Rolen, Winston Smith, Keith Alexander, and Eddie Miller, as well as producer Art Frith. Former staffers include Geoff Melton, Jess Bonds and co-founder Austin Farley. Its guests have included author Jerome Corsi, Minuteman Project leader Jim Gilchrist, former Constitution Party presidential candidate Michael Peroutka, actor Sonny Landham, British National Party leader Nick Griffin, Vermont secessionist Thomas Naylor, and paleoconservative activist Pat Buchanan. It is carried by at least three licensed terrestrial radio stations in the United States and on network feeds on the Galaxy 19 communications satellite.