From: Jens Elmegaard Rasmussen
> Would Indo-Europeanists like to comment on this shocking statementI think it is up to American Indo-Europeanists to tell us if this is true.
> --- In IndianCivilization@..., "pinatubo.geo" <kekai@...> wrote:
> --- In IndianCivilization@..., "vishalsagarwal"
> <vishalagarwal@...> wrote:
> > Are list members aware of the following book that was released
> just a
> > few weeks ago? I got my copy today.
> > DAY John V. 2001. Indo-European Origins, The Anthropological
> > Evidence. The Institute for the Study of Man: Washington D.C. 546
> > The price is $68 + $3 for shipping within the United States. In
> > you subscribe to the JIES, you will get a 40% discount.
> > Here is the URL
> > http://www.jies.org/DOCS/mono14.html
> I was searching through the archives and found this article that I
> missed before.
> One warning: The Institute for the Study of Man's director Roger
> Pearson is known for his stands on racial eugenics and biological
> In 1984, the Wall Street Journal called him a "Racial purist."
> Here is a short bio of him from Searchlight Magazine:
> ROGER PEARSON
> Roger Pearson, whose Institute for the Study of Man has been one of
> the top Pioneer beneficiaries over the past twenty years ($870,000
> from 1981-1996) is the clearest example of the extremist ideology of
> the Fund's leadership. Pearson came to the United States in the mid-
> sixties to join Willis Carto and the group around Right magazine. In
> 1965 he became editor of Western Destiny, a magazine established by
> Carto and dedicated to spreading fascist ideology. Using the
> pseudonym of Stephan Langton, Pearson then became the editor of The
> New Patriot, a short-lived magazine published in 1966-67 to
> conduct "a responsible but penetrating inquiry into every aspect of
> the Jewish Question," which included articles such as "Zionists and
> the Plot Against South Africa," "Early Jews and the Rise of Jewish
> Money Power," and "Swindlers of the Crematoria." Taking account of
> all groups linked to Pearson, Pioneer support between 1975-1996
> exceeds one million dollars - nearly ten percent of the total
> Pioneer grants for that period.
> He is also the publisher of Mankind Quarterly and the publisher and
> founding editor of The Journal of Indo-European Studies.
> Paul Kekai Manansala
> --- End forwarded message ---
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