Once Aryan Skynet Goes Live It Doesn't Matter Who Pulled The Switch
I was only twelve years old when the discovery of the mutilated bodies of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman initiated the media circus surrounding the grotesque “Trial of the Century” to determine whether or not Orenthal James Simpson had murdered his ex-wife and her friend outside her home on Bundy Drive in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles. Consequently, I took little interest and gleaned whatever I understood of the case from snippets of television and a general awareness of how “The Juice” was perceived by those around me. The certainty with which we all – we white Americans – accepted or even enthused at the thought of the guilt of the accused was such a natural matter of course that it never crossed my mind that Simpson might have been innocent of the charges – until this past week, that is, when, on a whim, I happened to listen to a series of podcasts addressing the twenty-first anniversary of the case and the lingering evidence of a frame-up perpetrated against the defendant.
The intermittently frustrating and interesting Pearse Redmond, host of the Porkins Policy Review program, has, along with guests Brian Heiss and Stephen Singular – specifically, with episodes 47, 53, 61, and 62 – offered his listeners ample food for thought where the Simpson case is concerned. Singular, the author of Legacy of Deception: An Investigation of Mark Fuhrman and Racism in the L.A.P.D., has also written about the murder of Alan Berg and is keen to play up the possible “neo-Nazi” motivation for the framing of Simpson for the murders. Similarly, Heiss is an open promoter of “diversity” and clearly has an ideological stake in Simpson’s posited innocence. Redmond also annoys with his stubborn insistence on taking the street-clogging astroturf idiocy of the Black Lives Matter movement seriously. Notwithstanding the foregoing criticisms, however, I am encouraging those who read this to take the time to listen to the information and the arguments presented in Redmond’s retrospective series of podcasts and to judge the material on its merits and independently of any of the presenters’ advertised prejudices.
White nationalist wisdom, to the extent that such exists, indicates that Hebraic mainstream media spin elevates an imaginary black righteousness while vilifying the dispossessed majority – even to the absurd height of misrepresenting an episode of black thuggery during the Baltimore riots as some inebriated white woman’s attempted theft of an innocent black man’s purse. Hypothetically positing that the jury made the correct decision, was there any factor present in the Simpson case that would cause the mass of the media to override its habitual anti-white programming? Could it have been, for instance, that probing too deeply into the sordid life of Ron Goldman might have produced a revelation to spoil the spell cast by Schindler’s List’s eternal wail of unending Jewish victimhood? Were drugs involved? Was record executive, rave promoter, and Ron Goldman acquaintance Brett Cantor’s very similar murder by butchery in 1993 a mere coincidence? Was Fuhrman an ardent Hitlerite or was he merely protecting the interests of someone more powerful than Simpson? It is interesting to note that Fuhrman, excoriated for using the word “nigger” and then lying about it under oath, has, unlike the similarly tainted but comparatively innocuous celebrities Paula Deen and Michael Richards, been rewarded with fame, book deals, and frequent “forensic and crime scene expert” guest appearances on Fox News. Has Fuhrman been rewarded for services rendered in his handling of the Simpson case?
Conspiracy researcher Alex Constantine is convinced of Simpson’s innocence and has this to say at his Anti-Fascist Research Bin site:
The Dragonfly nightclub in Los Angeles. It was owned at one time by Brett Cantor, a close friend of Nicole Brown-Simpson. Cantor died a year before her – in exactly the same manner …
This is the essential point the media universally ignore – there were a score of murders around Nicole Simpson and Ron Goldman, and Simpson himself. Brett Cantor was one of them.
Simpson wasn’t responsible for murdering his ex-wife, though I will concede the proposition that he MAY have been an accessory – but then, so is the Mockingbird press.
I wrote about the decapitation of Cantor 12 years ago – and no one wanted to hear it. It got in the way of a simple verdict. Simpson had to be guilty, so all contradictory evidence was ignored or explained away. It’s “black and white.” Most Caucasian talk-show hosts agree.
“MAYBE there was EDTA [blood preservative] in the laundry detergent,” Marcia Clark informed Judge Ito in conference, referring to Simpson’s socks … it had to be explained … is this bit of idle speculation so? …
The LAPD lab FINALLY had “copious amounts of blood” on the socks AFTER TWO careful inspections found “no blood” at all, not a dribble … and ETDA, too …
“Maybe?” May be. May be. Or may not be.
Or maybe Simpson had EDTA in his blood when it was circulating through his veins. It wasn’t in the laundry detergent.
And how to explain the EDTA in the samples collected at the back gate and on the sidewalk – or did someone plant evidence?
Every item of evidence was fabricated, planted or otherwise contaminated. Who would do a thing like that? White LAPD officers? No, insists the conventional wisdom. Honorable men. […]
Brett Cantor is one reason why Simpson is innocent.
But no one seems to care much about his murder. It’s not high-profile, very unsexy – and it gets in the way of the clean black-and-white verdict. Simpson must be guilty because Larry Elder on the radio said so, and Fox News, and all the far-right pundits. Ignore Cantor.
And Simpson once had an argument with Nicole – merely the cocaine she was snorting in front of his children – with her boyfriends. What an unreasonable bastard. He yelled. It was on tape – but the knowing talk-show hosts censored the cocaine, stopped the recording before the word was uttered. They wanted him screaming at Nicole for no particular reason. That made him look REAL guilty. So the tape was redacted.
Radio talk-show hosts across the country declared Simpson guilty within 24 hours of his arrest. The judicial system is superfluous. Talk show hosts have made trial-by-jury unnecessary because they know best. That’s why they’re on the radio, telling us what to think.
It’s so difficult to say that Simpson did it if Brett’s corpse directs us elsewhere.
Cantor lost his head. The murder weapon – a knife – was identical to the one used in the Simpson case.
The wounds were identical to Nicole’s (she was also nearly decapitated).
Presumably, Simpson gets around. Driven by jealousy, he murdered his ex, her boyfriend, Brett Cantor and a few Mezzaluna waiters, even tried to blow one up with a bomb planted in the waiter’s car. Simpson is everywhere, killing his bud Butch Sucharski, killing his wife and her beau and a few waiters at the Mezzaluna – for good measure, and to work off that jealous rage.
Let’s all ignore Cantor and a dozen other corpses and pretend that the gloves fit, cite that “mountain” of blood evidence – despite the presence of chemical PRESERVATIVE in the blood samples BEFORE they were collected – because … because that’s how we prefer to look at the world – as the media tell us to see it.
We are good little nazis with proper programming.
Does posting this make me a bad Nazi?