people are problem causers, and some are problem solvers. Having a
society composed of the latter, in a greater degree than ever before,
may one day be absolutely necessary for human survival.
American Dissident Voices broadcast for June 4, 2006
by Kevin Alfred Strom
THE EARTH IS REGULARLY struck by objects from space.
Some of these objects are large enough to cause massive
destruction, dwarfing that of even a full-scale nuclear war. A few of
these events have come agonizingly close to wiping out all life on
Earth, and did in fact cause the extinction of thousands of species --
including the dominant life forms of those times.
I mention these facts only to give you a single example of why
creative intelligence -- the kind of intelligence possessed in the
highest degree by Western man, and the kind of intelligence we are
breeding out of ourselves by importing and mixing with more primitive
races -- is of such absolutely vital importance.
As recently as
1908 an object from space impacted our world. It exploded over Russian
Siberia, coming ominously close to striking the Earth. Even exploding
in the air as it did, it flattened 1,200 square miles of forest, with
huge old-growth trees -- 60 million of them -- broken off instantly
like matchsticks. Near the center, trees and animals were vaporized or
instantly incinerated. This event, called the Tunguska Event,
is believed to have been caused by very small asteroid, thought to be a
mere 60 yards across. It exploded three to four miles in the air.
The fireball did more than flatten trees. Even though the area was
sparsely populated, it damaged buildings and smashed people to the
ground hundreds of miles away. Even 300 miles from the center of the
event, witnesses reported hearing "deafening bangs" and seeing a huge
fiery cloud. Some witnesses described "a column of bluish light, nearly
as bright as the Sun." Dust from the event brightened the night sky in
London, England for 48 hours -- with enough light to read by, according
to some accounts. The New York Times of July 3, 1908 reported "remarkable lights" being "observed in the northern heavens on Tuesday and Wednesday nights."
The asteroid's impact with the Earth's atmosphere alone created a superheated wind that destroyed everything in its path.
Now imagine if the Tunguska Event had happened over New York City
or Paris instead of Siberia. Nickolai Vasiliev of the Russian Academy
of Sciences, has said that "Had such a cosmic body exploded over Europe
instead of the desolate region of Siberia, the number of human victims
would have been 500,000 or more, not to mention the ensuing ecological
catastrophe. Two years ago an asteroid of probably several hundred
yards diameter passed Earth at a distance of only 700,000 kilometers.
On an astronomical scale that is very close. The Tunguska episode marks
the only event in the history of civilized man when Earth has collided
with a truly large celestial object, although innumerable such
collisions have occurred in the geological past. And many more are
bound to occur."
Imagine if the asteroid had been 60 miles across instead of 60
yards: three million times the mass of the Tunguska asteroid. Imagine
if it had been made of slightly more durable material and had actually
struck the Earth.
But we really don't need to imagine these or even more extreme
scenarios. They have actually happened, as recent scientific studies
have shown in frightening detail.
It's only in the last ten years or so that scientists have known
that a massive Earth impact from space, probably an asteroid, occurred
65 million years ago, causing the extinction of the dinosaurs and the
rise of mammals, which eventually led to human life. Scientists have
discovered a huge crater in Mexico which confirms what was once only a
tenuous theory. And to clinch it they've found heavy concentrations of
iridium -- an asteroid "signature" -- in soil layers dated to that time
at sites all over the globe, exactly what one would expect from such a
huge blast, which would result in a world-circling cloud of ejected
material that would persist for many years, changing the climate to a
years-long winter and forever changing the course of life on this
The Chicxulub crater, as it is called, in the Yucatan peninsula was caused by an asteroid estimated to have been 6 miles across.
And just a few days ago, it was announced that a much larger crater has been discovered in Wilkes Land in
Antarctica -- a crater some 300 miles across, the size of Ohio -- which
evidently was responsible for an earlier die-off, the Permian-Triassic
extinction of 251 million years ago, when almost all animal life on Earth was wiped out,
the greatest mass extinction in history. The object which made the
Wilkes Land crater is believed to have been some 30 miles across.
There are some 500,000 asteroids with diameters in excess of 1
kilometer -- and they are constantly colliding with one another and
being sent off into erratic orbits. According to the B612 Foundation, a
group of researchers and scientists which includes former astronaut
Russell Schweickart as its chairman, Earth is swimming in a virtual
"swarm" of Near-Earth Objects (NEOs), any one of which could trigger
devastation to Earth in the event of an impact. The goal of the
foundation is to develop the means to deflect asteroids into new,
Schweickart tells us there are several givens: "1) Earth is infrequently hit by asteroids
that cross our orbit while circling the sun; 2) The consequences of
such impacts range from the equivalent of a 15-megaton explosion to a
civilization-ending gigaton event; and 3) For the first time in the
history of humankind, we have the technology to prevent such
occurrences from happening in the future -- if we are properly
Now I am not trying to be sensationalistic here and convince you
that a major impact will happen tomorrow. No one knows when the next
such disaster will strike, and no one knows what its size may be. But I
am trying to make an important point.
According to Dr. Christopher Chyba of Princeton University and science writer Robert Britt, Earth's
biosphere is likely "regularly disrupted, every 100 million years or
so, by giant impacts that would render human life impossible...."
Chyba added at a news conference at NASA Headquarters, "A biosphere
only has a certain amount of time to develop a technical intelligence
which is capable of realizing that there is an impact hazard,
cataloging that hazard and... avoiding the next impact."
"Bottom line," according to Britt: "Only a civilization smart enough to spot the hazard and mitigate it can survive."
And Earth impacts are just one threat. There are many other
scenarios which would potentially leave the Earth unlivable. Shouldn't
we have a backup plan for that possibility, so our genes will survive
even if Earth does not? Interstellar space travel may one day be our
According to Geoffery A. Landis,
of NASA's Glenn Research Center, "The Earth itself is not entirely a
safe place. It would be a good thing for our survival if we lived on
more than one planet."
Only the intelligence that brought us understanding of our place in
the universe can save us when zero hour comes -- and I am not just
talking about impacts from space. Pandemics, nanotechnology warfare
launched by an enemy, climate change and other environmental disasters,
and a thousand other potential threats loom in the unknown future. Only
the intelligence that brought us Western science can even detect the presence of such threats before it is too late, to say nothing of fighting them. Only the creativity that characterizes Western man can come up with solutions to the kinds
of disasters that would forever wipe out lesser creatures.
But the intelligence and creativity that characterize Western man are themselves under threat.
The superstition, promoted by Jewish supremacists, of "racial equality"
is leading the nations of the West to literally exterminate themselves
through population replacement of their founding race with the teeming
masses of the Third World, whose response to a cosmic threat would be a
shrug of the shoulders while they concentrate on debauchery,
fornication, and mindless violence below the animal level -- or who would attribute the disaster to "evil spirits" and attempt to
mitigate it with Voodoo chants or Santeria sacrifices for the brief
remainder of their miserable lives.
And the peoples of the West themselves, with failing educational institutions and with religions under the thumb of Jewish supremacists and Jewish myths, are increasingly losing their
grip on scientific knowledge and on reality itself, as they descend to
an understanding the world thousands of years behind the times.
Increasingly, instead of seeing the world as it is seen by the best
minds of our civilization, our people see it through the lens of a
school system that fails to teach them how to find France and Russia on
a map, but does teach them about the roots of "hip-hop" and "White
racism" -- or through the lens of the writings of primitive and wildly
ethnocentric non-White desert nomads whose knowledge of the universe was essentially zero.
So we're dumbing ourselves down with a dysfunctional school system and superstitions which militate against rational thought. And we're
dumbing ourselves down biologically, too, through some of the most
tragic results of these superstitions: open borders and racial mixing.
We import and mix with tens of millions of Mestizos from Central
America with an average IQ of around 80 and almost no geniuses -- and we import and mix with
Africans with average IQs in the 60s and 70s, the retarded range by our
standards, and almost no people who are even moderately bright.
And so much of our national wealth and energy and effort is soaked up
by dealing with the horrible social costs of having these primitives
among us -- wasted wealth and energy and effort that one day may make
the difference between life and death for us.
Look at how we are allocating our resources.
The B612 Foundation gets no government money. The biggest spender on the study of potential Earth impact objects is NASA -- and they spend only 4 million dollars on it in a year: less than one
fiftieth of the amount spent on the Iraq War in a single day. The total
number of people monitoring Near Earth Objects (most of them amateurs),
is, according to Astronomer David Morrison of NASA's Ames Research Center, equivalent to one or two shifts of employees in a single McDonald's restaurant.
Compare this with the huge and growing infrastructure devoted to
making sure that our rapidly-multiplying underclass is housed and fed
and entertained. Compare it with the huge amount of national wealth --
and the very lives of intelligent, creative White men and women --
which are being thrown away every day securing the borders of conquered
Iraq for Israel.
As I said, I mention the subject of inevitable space-borne
catastrophe as but a single example of the challenges we will face that
will require the best minds that our race can produce for their
solution. The next challenge may be different: a new virus ten times
more tenacious and deadly than AIDS, a superhurricane that makes
Katrina look like an April shower, a doomsday weapon developed by China
or Israel that holds all civilization hostage, a sudden change in the
Gulf Stream triggering catastrophic climate change with no comet or
asteroid needed -- who knows what may come? The issue which screams for
our attention is not only are we going to be ready when disaster strikes? -- but also what
are we doing to ourselves; how are we ourselves changing, and do those
changes militate for our survival or against it when zero hour comes?
When that hour comes, will we as a race and as a civilization stand poised with our best minds in control of an advanced technology able to literally change the fate of star systems -- so that our genetic patterns will live on and advance forever, whatever the cosmic challenge? Or
will we be mired in the genes of the jungle, ruled -- despite the
presence of a few high-IQ Whites -- by the needs and desires of the primitives among us, and stand helpless holding our TV remotes, our fast food wrappers, our holy books, and our totem sticks -- unable to do anything to alter the onrushing death of our world?
The choice is ours, ladies and gentlemen. The choice is ours.
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Until next week, this is Kevin Alfred Strom reminding you of the
words of Richard Berkeley Cotten: Freedom is not free; free men are not
equal; and equal men are not free.