View Full Version : Truth at Last newspaper’s sudden change
12-03-2005, 05:59 AM
Some of you no doubt get The Truth at Last paper. Do you have any insights to offer as to its sudden transformation? It's now far more elegant, but a completely different publication now, one to which I probably will not renew, for the sad reason that it no longer contains sthe powerful news flashes it always did. Now it's mostly (it seems to me) a rehash of .what we already know, and a sort of low-key infomercial for a certain organization -- a fine org, but not what I want in this paper.
I'll be telling Dr. Fields my feelings but thought I would sound y'all out first. Edited by: nelson
12-04-2005, 04:54 AM
I was a subscriber to TTAL. One reason you may feel it's partly old or familiar news is because the part in question is re-published documentation concerning our ethnicopposition. The non-white on white crime reports resemble what is posted on newnationnews.org every day. What caused me to let it go was the editorials which show a lack of insight concerning the promotion ofjudeo- conservatives like Pat Buchannan or even theleftyRalph Nader & the ku klux klowns of Indiana.This in my opinion shows a serious lack of positive discernment. Edited by: aryanfreeman
12-04-2005, 11:34 AM
You don't subscribe so you haven't seen what's just happened. It's down to about 1/3 of the amount of fresh info and bears the open imprint of a certain organization, making it more like an introductory pass-out for that org containing basic info on The Problem only.
12-05-2005, 02:53 AM
It's been known for some time that Dr. Fields, in effect, wasplanning to retire.
So, now I see Kevin Alfred Strom is taking over, so I assume National Vanguard will be exerting heavy influence in the future.
Before making any decision, I'll hang on for a while and see what happens.
12-05-2005, 01:50 PM
I didn't know Dr. Fields was going to retire. If he (or his readers, or both) would continue to to provide the same quality of exclusive info and Strom would publish and print it as only he can, that would be great. Butit looks like TTAL is over with and the organization in question has a nice new ready-made newspaper with built-in readership.
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