Who was William Luther Pierce?
William Luther Pierce (September 11, 1933 – July 23, 2002) was one of the foremost American nationalists for thirty years creating radio shows (most of which will be published on this page), newsletters, and even establishing a TV network for Americans to access amongst all the trash and bile produced by the (((well-funded))) mainstream media. He not only did this but he took the philosophy of the German Idealists such as – Schopenhauer and Nietzsche – and merging those ideas of ‘will to power’ with the struggle of evolution towards godhood: this formed the new religion, Cosmotheism. He formed his own church which the United States briefly recognised as a religion before interference from the SPLC and the ADL.
Amongst other things he authored many books of fiction under the pseudonym Andrew Macdonald – his most famous being “The Turner Diaries”. A notable mention is also the book “Hunter” based on the real-life actions of a man called Joseph Paul Franklin.
Here you will be able to find the archive to most – if not all – of his radio broadcasts.
Here is an archive which includes 245 topic talks by William Luther Pierce: Click here