Stay out of Tall Buildings

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Stay out of Tall Buildings was a short article written by Dr. William Pierce and published in National Vanguard under the "Times & Manners" heading.[1] The article was response to the February 24, 1994 massacre perpetrated by Jewish-American Baruch Goldstein when he machine-gunned to death 29 Palestinians while they were praying in their mosque. At the end of the 1994 article Dr. Pierce predicted retaliation against Americans especially near the World Trade Center in New York.


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Stay out of Tall Buildings by Dr. William Pierce

What's the difference between Baruch Goldstein and Elie Wiesel?

The difference is that Goldstein, having grown up in New York City, had less of a Yiddish accent than Wiesel, who grew up in Transylvania.

In case you missed the news, which was in the public eye for as brief a time as the controlled media could manage it, Goldstein is the nice Jewish boy, a graduate of New York's Yeshiva U, who on February 25 machine-gunned all of those Palestinians while they were praying in their mosque.

Goldstein wasn't trying to win a place for himself alongside John Wayne Gacy and Jeffrey Dahmer in the Guiness Book of Records; he was simply expressing, in his own way, the hatred for all non-Jewish mankind that burns in the heart of every pious Jew. Wiesel expresses it with his writing, urging every Jew to keep alive his hatred for Germans; Goldstein expressed it with an assault rifle. If he hadn't died in his February escapade, Goldstein would have had a good chance of being invited to the White House to receive a medal from Bill Clinton, just as Wiesel did from Ronald Reagan.

And, really, Goldstein is the more pious of the two. The Bible doesn't tell Jews just to write nasty things about the goyim; it says to kill them, especially those that are contaminating the Holy Land (which God made holy by giving it to the Jews) with their presence: "Of the cities of these peoples which the Lord thy God doth give thee for an inheritance thou shalt save alive nothing that breatheth: but thou shalt utterly destroy them ...." (Deuteronomy 20: 16-17) And there they were, descendants of the Canaanites and the other peoples Yahweh ordered destroyed, in a city the Jews believe was given to them for an inheritance. So Goldstein did his best to destroy them.

No wonder the controlled media weren't really very excited by the February 25 massacre. Those Palestinians had it coming to them anyway. Nevertheless, New Yorkers who work in tall office buildings -- anything close to the size of the World Trade Center -- might consider wearing hardhats to work for the next few months.
Source: "Stay out of Tall Buildings" by Dr. William Pierce from National Vanguard magazine No. 113, March-April 1994 [1]


  1. Times and Manners, National Vanguard, issue 113, March-April 1994, page 16