Turner Diaries quote (8)


“There is no point in killing them all. This moral weakness will have to be bred out of the race over hundreds of generations. For now it is sufficient for us to eliminate the consciously evil portion of the population—plus a few hundred thousand of our morally crippled ‘good citizens’ across the country, as an example to the rest.

The hanging of a few of the worst race-criminals in every neighborhood in America will help enormously in straightening out the majority of the population and reorienting their thinking.

In fact, it will not only help, but it is absolutely necessary. The people require a strong psychological shock to break old habits of thought.”


Listen to the Audiobook: here