Jamie Kelso, Nov. 5, 2010

November 6, 2010

A major thinker in the cause of White common sense, Richard McCulloch, is the subject of the November 5, 2010 Jamie Kelso Show. Wilmot Robertson reviews McCulloch’s “The Ideal and Destiny” (1982) in the March 1983 issue of Instauration magazine. VOR listeners are the first to know that the February and March issues of Instauration have been put online for the first time on Nov. 5 at In today’s show hope that McCulloch is still writing such brilliant work, and after the show we do find Mr. McCulloch at, where McCulloch’s three subsequent books (Destiny of Angels 1986, The Nordish Quest 1989, and The Racial Compact 1994) are indeed available. And we find McCulloch contributing pieces in 2008 to Prof. Kevin MacDonald’s Occidental Observer.

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One Response to “Jamie Kelso, Nov. 5, 2010”

  1. Norman Lowell on November 6th, 2010 8:36 pm

    Wilmot Robertson pre-viewed my:
    CREDO: A book for the very few.
    His comment about it (we used to speak on the phone) is here:

    Of course Instauration was a first class monthly magazine – of high intellectual reach.
    But it offered no way forward – utter dejection, defeatism and no solution.
    Wilmot Robertson seemed to light up when he read my CREDO.

    We have to draw from the great intellect of WR, Gayley Simpson & others.
    But we have to move on – blaze ahead with solutions to our Racial quandary.
    The only solution available for us is Imperium Europa.