Don Ness, flooded with email denouncing his anti-White billboard campaign.
… blasts J.G. Wentworth’s ad with Negro “Viking”;
… exposes more examples of White nationalists being spied on by their employers and persecuted for views in e-mails;
… discusses Austrian President, who withdrew award from Freedom Party leader Heinz-Christian Strache for comparing antifa persecution of nationalists to the lot of Jews;
… notes report that arrogant Israel will give Obama just twelve hours warning before aggression against Iran;
… applauds Earl from Longview Texas, who walloped Duluth Mayor Don Ness for funding billboards denouncing “White skin privilege” (have your say, too — firstname.lastname@example.org);
… celebrates the beginning of the end of multicult in Canada — guilty on all four counts of murder, Mohammad Shafia, Hamed Shafia, and Tooba Shafia, in “honour” killing of daughters wanting to go on dates.
In the first half hour, Carolyn reads from The Fire: The Bombing of Germany 1940-1945; afterwards, William Finck joins Carolyn Yeager in a bold discussion of the detrimental effect of Jewish influence on white, Western society and why there is no other solution but to openly oppose it, ignoring the tiresome charge of “antisemitism.” Topics include:
News stories reveal the constant effort at control by Jews;
Jews liberally slander Whites but howl at the slightest offense from a White;
The aim of Jewish policies and programs is to protect themselves from facing the consequences of their many crimes and general wrongdoing;
On January 30, 2012 Jamie Kelso looks at the road ahead for the new American Third Position political party. Kelso points to the 40-year history of the Libertarian Party and the 20-year history of the Constitution Party as benchmarks of the building of third parties. In 2008 Chuck Baldwin got 199,750 votes as the Constitution Party’s presidential candidate, while Bob Barr got 523,686 votes as the Libertarian Party candidate. Another measure of the size of the Libertarian Party, which is the biggest of the third parties, is the current listing in 29 States and the District of Columbia which register voters by party. That number of voters registered to the Libertarian Party is 225,000. Another measure is the 15,500 members of the Lbertarian Party listed as dues-paying (dues are $25 a year). It took the Libertarian Party 40 years to build to this size from their first presidential election total of 3,674 votes in 1972. Ron Paul got 431,000 votes as the Libertarian candidate for president in 1988. In that same year, the Populist Party, chaired by the same Don Wassall who is now Executive Director of the American Third Position party, got 47,000 votes for its candidate, David Duke. Kelso holds that the prospects for the American Third Position party (in which he is Membership Coordinator and a Director) are good. Kelso invites patriots to add their support by joining the A3P at American3rdPosition.com.
Keith Preston interviews Richard Spencer. Topics include:
The origins of the “alternative right” and how it differs from the mainstream “conservative movement”;
The impact of the thought of Friedrich Nietzsche as the principal intellectual influence on the alternative right;
Why alternative rightists tend towards a more skeptical view of American power around the world than ordinary conservatives;
The greater willingness alternative right thinkers to entertain a more critical view of Christianity and why Christians on the alternative right tend to lean more towards Catholic traditionalism or Orthodoxy as opposed to the Protestant fundamentalism of American conservatives;
Why the United States is unsustainable as a nation-state entity.
Richard Spencer is the founder of AlternativeRight.com, executive director of the National Policy Institute, a former editor of Taki’s Magazine and the American Conservative, and host of the Vanguard Internet radio program.
Stan Hess and Paul Fromm discuss Mexico’s invasion into California and other parts of the U.S. Stan reads from parts of Victor Davis Hanson’s article “A Vandalized Valley” and refers to Hanson’s book Mexifornia.
Abraham Lincoln is honored as “The Great Emancipator,” as a champion of equal rights for all, regardless of race, and as the president who waged war to “free the slaves.” In fact, he sought to make the US an all-white republic that would be “an outlet for free white people everywhere, the world over.” He supported ambitious efforts to resettle or “colonize” blacks in Africa or central America. In today’s America, the heritage of slavery is so shameful that many who honor the legacy of the South and the Confederacy deny that the motive of white southerners in breaking away from the federal union in 1860-61 was above all to preserve the institution of race-based slavery. A common mistake in trying to learn from the past is to evaluate the behavior and motives of people in history on the basis of attitudes and values that prevail in the present.
To learn more about F. Roger Devlin and his unique perspective read his insightful essays at The Occidental Quarterly, TOQonline and VDARE. His important book Alexandre Kojeve and the Outcome of Modern Thought can be found here on Amazon.
The patriot that Taki has called America’s best columnist, Paul Craig Roberts, has hit two more columns out of the park with his latest commenties. Jamie Kelso gives his appreciation of these two column in his January 25, 2012 radio show. You can read the originals: “More on Ron Paul” and “Drowning in Hypocrisy” at PaulCraigRoberts.org.
Tom Sunic interviews Ward Kendall. Topics include:
Ward’s novel, Hold Back This Day, set about 100 years in the future when only a few thousand Whites remain among a population of 19 billion non-Whites;
The cast of characters of the novel, their psychologies, and their parallels with Whites and non-Whites in the real world;
The world depicted in the novel, and its parallels with the non-White areas such as those in Paris or Compton;
A sober assessment of the current situation, and the need for a better way forward if Whites are to avoid the fate depicted in the novel.
Warning: There are some spoilers in this interview!
Ward Kendall is a pro-White author. His widely acclaimed novel, Hold Back This Day (available at Counter-Currents and Lighthouse Literature), is a tale of the last Whites on Earth and their heroic struggle to save their race. Mr. Kendall and his wife have lived and worked both across the the United States, and abroad. He is concerned for the future of his two daughters and of Whites everywhere. He advocates moving past the tragedies of history, and proposes a new quest – one of positive goals building upon a network of White cooperation from coast to coast – and around the world.
Abolishing the Family — primary obstacle to tyranny and revolution by degeneracy;
Socialism for the super-rich, new Left and old;
Huxley’s brave new world;
The ‘global democratic revolution’, ‘total world planning’, scenarios for crises and control;
Communism and how Trotsky was a tool of finance;
Myths that the Confederacy and Nazi Germany were tools of finance;
Breaking the bonds of usuary — the social credit movement;
The Cold War scam, Francis Parker Yockey and how he came to see the Soviet Union as a lesser of evils and the US as a force for internationalism and cultural contamination.
Kerry Bolton holds doctorates in Historical Theology and Theology; Ph.D. (Hist. Th.), Th.D. as well as in other areas. He is a contributing writer for The Foreign Policy Journal, and a Fellow of the Academy of Social and Political Research in Greece. His papers and articles have been published by both scholarly and popular media, including the International Journal of Social Economics; Journal of Social, Political, and Economic Studies; Geopolitika; World Affairs; India Quarterly; and The Initiate: Journal of Traditional Studies. His work has been translated into Russian, Vietnamese, Italian, Czech, Latvian, Farsi and French.
About Revolution from Above
In Revolution from Above, Dr. Bolton demonstrates that the supposed rivalry between Marxist-inspired movements and capitalism has always been an illusion. Marxism, Communism and liberalism have been and continue to be exploited by the forces of international capitalism to further their global agenda, despite their surface disagreements. Dr. Bolton shows that the ultimate goal of capitalism is to create a worldwide collectivist society of consumers, and Marxism is merely one means of attaining this. He traces this idea back to Plato, through the Illuminati, the Freemasons, the French Revolution, and Communism, and examines the evidence for the existence of a shadowy network of bankers who control a large portion of the world’s political and economic power. He then discusses the various instruments this network uses to maintain control, such as tax-exempt foundations and think tanks. Dr. Bolton also reveals how capitalist governments actually worked closely with Communist regimes and, in fact, frustrated genuinely anti-Communist efforts during the Cold War. He discusses the impact this has had on Western society, resulting in such trends as the sexual revolution and the promotion of drug use. Dr. Bolton then brings us up-to-date by discussing the role of the recent ‘Arab spring’ in these ongoing developments. One will never be able to view modern history the same way again after reading Dr. Bolton’s arguments and examining the supporting evidence.
In his January 23, 2012 show Jamie Kelso anticipates the fireworks of the Republican primary debate just hours away in Tampa, Florida. Kelso hopes that some of the fireworks will include an indignant dad, Ron Paul, talking about the detention earlier in the day of his son, Senator Rand Paul, by TSA at the Nashville airport after refusing to be groped by TSA. Kelso, like many members of the new patriot American Third Position political party, has been active in supporting Ron Paul’s pushback against tyranny. Kelso, A3P presidential candidate Merlin Miller, and A3P Chairman William D. Johnson have met Ron Paul at many of his events, in 13 different cities in Kelso’s case, from August 2007 at the Iowa Straw Poll in Ames, Iowa to (most recently) Ron Paul’s appearance in Fargo, North Dakota on Nov. 5, 2010. The truly dismaying rise in popularity of the despicable Newt Gingrich, with a 40% win in South Carolina’s primary, is talked about by Kelso…who remembers meeting a then-washed-up Gingrich at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) with A3P Chairman William Johnson in February 2011. Millions of dollars from Neocon string-pullers like Sheldon Adelson, plus poodle-press cheerleading, have turned Gingrich from a has-been to the front runner!