Today: Dr. David Duke hosts a wonderful life and fitness Friday. He begins by sharing some excerpts of the fantastic poems by Macauley called the Lays of Rome. They deal with the mythology of the formation of Rome and all about courage and principles of life and honor. Here is one of the versus he shared:
Then out spake brave Horatius,
The Captain of the Gate:
"To every man upon this earth
Death commeth soon or late.
And how can man die better
Than facing fearful odds,
For the ashes of his fathers,
And the temples of his gods".
Then Dr. Duke shows why this willingness to risk is the source not only of the success of an army but the success of man or woman in life, it is the source a great relationship, achievement, love, creation, and the mentality of a happy and fulfilled life. Kay Whalen comes on then and adds to the discussion and then at the end Dr. Duke talks about the essence of what he believes and how any people who want to truly free themselves and preserve themselves must come from a context of justice for all, and support their own liberation and truly that of all mankind. This is especially true for awakening Europeans who will not support any cause that doesn't have a concept of true justice for all.
Mark Dankof discusses
the Ross Baker essay on the RFK Assassination, the Southern Poverty Law
Center work with the American Army Reserve, abortion, homosexuality,
pedophilia, Iran, Syria, Venezuela, and Will Grigg’s essay on the UN
Global Arms Treaty, with Dr. Ray Goodwin of The Barnes Review.