Your essay on Rockwell today, "Viewing 21st Century America from
Ground Zero", is surely one of the best
critiques ever on Rockwell--loaded with information.
Thank you for the time it must have taken to research these
multiple aspects and the "metaphor" of the WTC.
like to print and distribute this
ONLY with your permission. It has been a while since an essay such as
yours brought so much pleasure and learning: dulce et
Yours truly, John Correll
AMEN!! Dr. Miller! I think you've hit the proverbial nail on its head;
thank you! I will forward your article - and hope.
Sincerely, Claude A. Bohn, Louisville, Kentucky
Thank you so very much for this well written, well-researched and much
needed story to be told. I have for many years been
aware of the declining of this nation beginning with
its (the feds) embracing of the UN. Although
this was not the beginning it was the first of a continuing series
of questions that led me to begin to question those in
History is being written every day and as it will be pointed out in the
forth-coming book, "The Rise and Fall of The United
States”, we are well into the 'fall' chapters. of its history.
Never the less, I, as you and others must no give up, the future of our
"Grandchildren" of which I have several depend on
In retrospect Patrick Henry has not received the respect on his views of
liberty and individual freedom “Is life so dear or peace so
sweet as to be purchased at the price of chains and
slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God! I know not what
course others may take, but as for me, give me liberty, or give
me death!” in a speech in the Virginia Convention, March, 1775, that
he should have. Several quotations by him as well as Thomas
Jefferson and others of that day, that on the surface
might be (and have been by centralist) considered (by
today’s standards) radical and could have been written
by someone mentally unbalanced are now being understood by those of
us who read independently of government propaganda.
This is not going unnoticed by those in government. Note eleven new
minimum-security prisons in addition to all the new
un-constitution laws being passed, which reminds me of
what Thomas Jefferson had to say about the judiciary’,
I was looking for another quote when I ran across this one for the
first time. "Either force or corruption has been the principle of
every modern government." --Thomas
Jefferson to John Adams, 1796. How appropriate,
and again in view of the present government he is proving to
have been correct.
I will close for now, I get started I don’t know when to stop.
Thanks again, I am going to see that may more read this.
Donald, I read your article about the removal of Civil Rights in the good
old USA. Well you may be interested to know that the very same things
are happening in Australia....
am pleased to note that at least a few US citizens are starting to wake up
as to what is really happening to them and to the rest of the World. I
wish you well.
Best Regards, Mike Macaulay...
I enjoyed this and other articles you
wrote. The following comment is sent to you as an aside, not in any
manner meant as a criticism.
In our mixed
economy, few things are "pure." Even though the World Trade
Center represented freedom and the power of capitalism as you so well
described, it was built on land that was forcibly taken using the power of
eminent domain. It was also owned by a government agency, the Port
Yours in freedom, Park Burrets