Edgar Steele’s Nickel Rant: Idaho – You Can See New America From Here

April 15, 2009

Topics include:

  • Government is the problem, not the solution
  • Obama: Bush on steroids
  • Revolution or Secession!
  • The US Constitution: A contract in breach
  • Our own private Idaho

Here is the link to the transcript of the formal rant that will be on line directly following the show: rant.htm.

14 MB / 32 kbps mono / 1 hour 2 min.

Contact Ed: steele


27 Responses to “Edgar Steele’s Nickel Rant: Idaho – You Can See New America From Here”

  1. Allan Hampton on April 16th, 2009 6:20 am

    Good Luck.


  2. K-Sensor on April 16th, 2009 5:52 pm

    Thanks. Enjoyed the last show. More jurisprudence please.

  3. K-Sensor on April 16th, 2009 5:54 pm

    Edgar what do you think about the freeman movement? How will that play in with New World Order and Jews pushing toward Tikkun Olam?

    Could you score voters by being an advocate for Freeman groups?

  4. K-Sensor on April 16th, 2009 5:55 pm

    Any chance you can guest Peter Schanek? smile….

  5. Celt_NJ on April 18th, 2009 3:41 pm

    The only way for a “Revolution” to occur would be Americans and Whites coming together for a common cause. And since Americans cannot or will not protest and/or stop hiring illegals and outsourcing, I do not see that coming in the near future.

    And the “tax protest” are the idiots who hired illegals, outsourced and supported the Iraq nightmare and now are pissed off about the bill due for what reaped.

  6. Celt_NJ on April 18th, 2009 4:38 pm

    Just to ad one more point, if I may. I agree nearly 100% of your observations and predictions of what is in store for us. The real question is will Americans react with honor and dignity? Since most Americans right now could care less that other Americans are losing their jobs and businesses to illegals and outsourcing, what will they do when things get nearly apocalyptic?

  7. Bryantim on April 20th, 2009 4:04 pm

    Revolution or succession. Either sound reasonable to me

  8. Howdy Doody on April 21st, 2009 11:49 pm

    Edar is the charactor at the end of this clip any relation to you, as he looks just like you IMO ?

  9. Howdy Doody on April 21st, 2009 11:57 pm
    Here is another view of another time, and closer look at who I looks like Edgar Steele

  10. Alisa on April 22nd, 2009 10:20 am

    Edgar J. Steele doesn’t advocate violent revolution, but obviously he doesn’t understand where the violence is coming from. It is coming from the fact that they are STEALING our country. It is the same violence people feel when someone steals their car, wallet or kid: VOILATED, and ANGRY as HELL. That’s what the revolution is about! And you’re dead if you don’t feel it!

  11. Edgar J. Steele on April 22nd, 2009 11:24 am

    The first of those two clips, particularly, does strike my wife with the resemblance, but I confess that fellow is much better looking (and younger – at the time of the movie, at least).

    Now, about the anger fueling (or about to fuel) violence in America: I well understand it, believe me. I have been steeped in it for years, while most only now are feeling it for the first time. I applaud that anger and argue for controlling and channeling it to its most effective use.

    Violence is self-defeating and non-productive. The best revenge is getting even, something that violence rarely accomplishes. The time for violence comes in defense of one’s own and I never will argue against that, when and if (when, actually) the time comes.


  12. Bob Rousseaux on April 22nd, 2009 11:32 am

    We can all understand Alisa’s anger, as we all feel. I’ve felt anger since the 50s last til now. Along with many others I’ve been trying in my way to alert or awaken the sheeple to what is going on. It seems to me that religious dispensationalism has kept people just relying on the “Jesus will do it, I don’t have to,” while they await their “pie in the sky by and by.”

    Edgar Steele has come up with a revolutionary idea, which many have spoken of through the years, i.e., SECESSION OF ALL 50 STATES FROM WASH, DC. This seems the most logical, short of an all out bloody revolution. So let’s try to get behind this type of activity to rid our nation of the bloodsuckers who have caused the worldwide economic meltdown.

  13. ty hardin on April 22nd, 2009 5:15 pm

    I have felt for years things were not right in Hollywood. when the powers that be, took off the AIR the top rated Westerns that offered clean intertainment that upheld the great family values that made our nation great. Westerns, were our statement to the world of our respect for Christain values of fairness and justice for all mankind . We were loved and respected by the entire world and I was proud of being an American everywhere I traveled Something is wrong within my film industry and my government as it no longer is being used to support our Christian Values. We need the Duke back at the helm in Hollywood. He wouldn’t put up with these New Age producers who are destroying our kids minds with their garbage thst underminds our American values of decency and respect for human life. Edgar I’m ready to move out of sunny calif.just to breath a breathe of free air. California sucks and will become a battlefield. I’ll run as your sidekick that holds your horse. Go get em pardner the bronc( it’s long and your welcome to slice it up ty)

  14. george wells on April 22nd, 2009 7:15 pm

    There is a documentary called HOLLYWOODISM, which i got from Pete Peters.

    It documents the jewish creation and control of Hollywood.

    One point it makes is that hollywood created the myth of the american dream. In other words shows like Ozzie and Harriet and Leave It to Beaver, our gang, judy garland, mickey roonie, etc.were creations of the jewish mind associated with the idea of utopia and heaven, creating a sort of american paradise on earth.

    What we think of as family values or many other ideas and attittudes formed on the basis of an idyllic american past of america, could be part of a trap. It could be another distortion that aids the jewish masters.

    Keeping people away from reality helps jews.

  15. Howdy Doody on April 23rd, 2009 11:01 am

    Movies and Hollywood was a White creation, lost to predators.

  16. george wells on April 23rd, 2009 3:38 pm

    Just started to listen to the show. On Christianity: I would say the problem we have in the USA is that there are so few christians. There are many cult followers of christianity, people who have never read the bible themselves and only understand it based upon the teachings of a preacher or a church.

    I come more from the lutheran perspective of: “give me that damn bible and I will read it for myself and interpret it for myself.” That’s probably more of a viking-nordic-germanic attitude.

    Jesus himself said, “How call ye me, Lord, Lord and do not do the things I have commanded?” Also he said those who believed in him would obey his commandments. If we had a nation of such followers we would have few problems.

    Unless we are free of cults we cannot be free as a nation. Observing mormonism for many years I can say the problem with this great cult is that it teaches its members in a way that its members cannot distinquish fact from fantasy, believing in feelings as orchestraed by church leaders rather than by facts and then keeping the people away from facts.

    Its really strange that a BLACK MORMON would sit in a position to judge another person’s christian status as Edgar Steele mentions in light of the christian strangeness of the Mormon church (The prophet Joseph Smith was a master of occult science and a top freemason).

    When you discuss the bible with a mormon, they will start by saying they believe in it. But when you show what it says and compare to mormon teachings they will back down and say the new revelation they have is perfect and the bible can be disregarded on whatever issue you are discussing. Although what they believe is based on emotion and not fact, they can twist new information in a way as to continue believe in their cult.

    As Jefferson said, “I have sworn on the altar of God eternal hostility against every form of tyranny over the mind of man.” Jefferson had his own version of the people, a copy of which I was able to obtain a number of years ago. He removed the miracles of jesus and the writings of paul from it.

    As I understand it, in the early days of america the settlers had few books. The bible was the standard from which children were taught. Perhaps a home had a copy of Foxe’s book on Martyrs and Pilgrims progress. The langauge and discussion of the day would be confined by biblical imagery and stories. A non-believer would probably use the same imagery and words in his speech as a believer. So to call the founding fathers christian in the same sense as a bible thumping christian I don’t beleive to be accurate. The founders were free thinkers that used the language of their culture which probably meant something different to them.

    I believe the original states had requirements that no office holder could be a non-christian. All office holders had to be christians.

  17. Bob Rousseaux on April 23rd, 2009 4:04 pm

    Mr. Wells says the problem is that America has so few Christians. I say that there are too many in churchianity who depend on their Jesus to do everything for them, while they just sing hymns and await that “pie in the sky by and by.” Didn’t the book tell all to “occupy til I come”?
    We’ve been so busy in arguing doctrines and not doing the deeds that need done.
    As I said before, we must all get busy now to back Dr. Edgar Steele in his call for a 50 STATE SECESSION FROM UNION, DC. Arguing about office holders in the 1700s and beyond does nothing for us today.
    Do you know how long it will take to get this movement even moving? It’s time to get started now–Jesus will not help the lazy.

  18. Alisa on April 23rd, 2009 5:39 pm

    In the book “Republic of Republics” in the chapter on Secession, it states that if one of our sovereign states secedes from the Union “…without first exhausting all the means of justice the constitution affords (Article 5 Amending the Constitution) … she is to be forced back into the union, to govern herself therein.”

    In other words, identify the problems (make a list) and get together with the other states to resolve them. One of the main problems in every state is our corrupt elected state officials: None are upholding the Constitution anyway because none have valid oaths of office. All of them are outlaws, and in essence all states are already seceded from the union.

    To officially secede from the union we would need honest, sincere state officials willing to make the Constitution work.

  19. Alisa on April 23rd, 2009 5:57 pm

    Elected state officials have no authority to amend the Constitution without a valid oath of office. None currently have one and none are representing the people. They represent the money interests of this country called bankers. That’s who are current government is.

  20. Bob Rousseaux on April 23rd, 2009 10:08 pm

    I suggest any with negative feelings about secession, or talk of any books saying secession is impossible, should talk directly with Mr. Steele, as he is a lawyer, and has surely looked into anything that would hinder this action before going public.
    We can expect individuals to come forward to throw cold water onto any plan, particularly if they have some reason to appose it. We have to know who any person is who opposes our search for freedom. (By the way, “are current government” should be “OUR current govt,” Alisa.)
    We know all officials in current government, whether state or fed, are corrupted, which is the very reason why the people must and can move those governments out of the corrupted “Union.”
    Let’s not waste precious time in endless frivolities, but work quickly to accomplish our goal of secession. On to victory!

  21. Alisa on April 24th, 2009 12:18 am

    The book I referenced did not say anything “negative” about secession. And I merely remind you that our elected congressional officials have no valid oaths of office. I just wish everyone would stop pretending that we have a Constitution when we don’t The Constitution is a concept or belief in everyone’s mind, but not in reality. Our funny money system has destroyed the Constitution. Everything is decided by the bankers now while our elected state [un]officials pretend to be running the show.

  22. Chiron on April 24th, 2009 9:47 am

    “The Council on Foreign Relations”?? That expendable, mind controlled sub group of the Zionist Jews is behind it all?? Not the Jews themselves?

    Getting a little Kosher Konservative on us aren’t you Ed? Whatever happened to “It wasn’t the Arabs”

    Or is it that what is neccessary to be allowed on Kosher Radio?

  23. Bob Rousseaux on April 24th, 2009 10:07 am

    I, as well as thousands, know those criminals abandoned the Constitution almost from the get go. What I wonder is why you keep saying these things when most of us know them.
    The point is that we need to asap secede from Washed up, DC. What can you do to help, instead of looking like you say it can’t happen. Of course it won’t happen if you and others keep throwing cold water on things.
    What do you suggest we all do to hasten this process, instead of appearing like you want to raise objections instead of offering solutions.
    Have you questioned individuals in the know about this?

  24. Alisa on April 24th, 2009 11:38 am

    I keep saying the Constitution has been abandoned because you keep saying we need to secede. How do we secede when the Constitution has already been abandoned? I keep throwing cold water on it because I want to know how you expect to accomplish it. The ENTIRE Constitution has already been abandoned so there’s no fixing the Constitution by Amendment. If seceding is possible then I believe the only way to do it is to draft the document , present it to Washington, and make it official. No questions asked, or debated on, because there’s no reasoning with people who have damaged this country beyond fixing.

    No, I haven’t questioned any individual in the know about this, because I’ve already concluded only of two things can happen: Amending the Constitution or abandoning it altogether without debate.

  25. Alisa on April 24th, 2009 11:52 am

    SO much time has already been wasted trying to reason or rationalize with the crazies in Washington. Lets not waste any more precious time and just get the hell out!

  26. Bob Rousseaux on April 24th, 2009 12:31 pm

    Let’s end this frivolous debate now.
    Anyone with questions contact Dr. Steele at
    And, since you submit that you know all about these matters, have you drawn up the necessary legal papers and submitted them to Washington? Don’t debate with me about what I’m suggesting to do until and unless you submit those papers asap. Thank you.

  27. Alisa on April 24th, 2009 12:53 pm

    Oh, so now the matter is “frivolous.” Ask a frivolous question, get a frivolous answer!

    I didn’t know I was qualified to draw up the papers. Good point, because our corrupt officials certainly aren’t qualified. Maybe the people should draw it up.