On June 20, 2012 Jamie Kelso reads the rebuttal of one great thinker in our cause, writing as N.B. Forrest in the pages of Instauration magazine to the equally great thinking of another giant in our cause, Richard McCulloch.
On June 13, 2012 Jamie Kelso offers listeners the latest in-person account of the great opportunity in North Dakota for White patriots seeking an optimal place to live as a pro-White activist. Kelso also returns to the pages of the latest issue of The Nationalist Times.
Jamie Kelso’s June 11, 2012 show opens up the pages of the current issue (May) of The Nationalist Times. Kelso regularly brings VOR listeners selections from the latest issue of this key patriot newspaper.
VOR listeners have been the first to view the major push that Jamie Kelso has made, including the June 6 program, to complete the upload of 291 Instauration magazines that Kelso began 3 years ago. Kelso picks material from the six new issues uploaded this week, from January to June 1997 for the June 6 show.
In his June 4, 2012 program Jamie Kelso continues his effort to finish the uploading of all 291 issues of Instauration magazine to the web. The June 4 show includes yet another analysis as to what made Abraham Lincoln tick, this time in the pages of the April 1997 issue of Instauration.
Once again, VoR listeners are the first to learn of, hear from, and view the latest issue of Instauration magazine to go online. In this May 30, 2012 show it’s the December 1996 issue that Jamie Kelso has uploaded for the VoR audience’s perusal as we read gems from the best pro-White magazine ever published. You can view the brand-new December 1996 issue at InstaurationOnline.com while you listen to Kelso’s broadcast on VoR.
Maybe the greatest mind in the history of the White racial cause, Wilmot Robertson spent ten years writing The Dispossessed Majority, published in 1972. In his May 28, 2012 radio show Jamie Kelso talks about Chapter 23 – The Metamorphosis of Liberalism from the pages of this great book.
In his November 1939 Reader’s Digest article, Charles A. Lindbergh wrote words that host Jamie Kelso thinks to be the best statement of our mission: “We band together to preserve that most priceless possession, our inheritance of European blood.” This is the theme of Kelso’s May 24, 2012 radio show.
Get ready for good surprises, and some White Ron Paul-style revolt, at the August 27-30, 2012 Republican convention in the Tampa Bay Times Forum. That’s Jamie Kelso’s theme in his May 2, 2012 radio show.
The parallel between the appearance of the Alliance of European National Movements, the AENM, in Europe, and the American Third Position, A3P, in America, is the subject of Jamie Kelso’s April 30, 2012 program. Americans are not yet familiar with the AENM, which joins the efforts of pro-White parties in France, Great Britain, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Sweden, Finland, Belgium, Hungary, and Ukraine. All 10 European pro-White parties recognize with the American A3P that the best chance of mobilizing White folks is to design the message to reach average White folks rather than the already-recruited.
Raymond Bernard Cattell (1905-1998), among the greatest psychologists of all time, and among the greatest advocates of White survival and self-improvement, is the subject of Jamie Kelso’s April 26, 2012 radio show. Cattell created a philosophy, religious in its implications, from science that he called “Beyondism”. Beyondism was created to help us do a better job of raising future generations of us.
On April 23, 2012 Jamie Kelso connects the too little appreciated writings of White patriot psychologist Raymond Bernard Cattell to the writings of Richard McCulloch, Charles Lindbergh, Wilmot Robertson, and Merlin Miller in recent radio broadcasts. Kelso treasures his inscribed copy of Cattell’s “Beyondism”.
On April 18, 2012 Kelso adds Richard McCulloch to his discussion of Charles A. Lindbergh, Wilmot Robertson, and Merlin Miller as thinkers who understand that only an Americanist presentation of White common sense can be persuasive to White Americans. Kelso brings yet another previously-unavailable classic issue of Instauration to the web for the first time, including Richard McCulloch’s trenchant essay “Separation: The Preservationist Imperative”, borrowing from Lindbergh his 1939 use of the verb ‘to preserve’: “We band together to preserve that most priceless possession, our inheritance of European blood” (Lindbergh, Reader’s Digest, Nov. 1939).
On April 16, 2012 Jamie Kelso puts the classic November 1995 issue of Instauration magazine online. VoR listeners hear and see it first as it goes up today. Kelso reads from the wisdom of Wilmot Robertson on the immigration invasion written in 1995 and connects it to the similarly great wisdom of Merlin Miller in his brand-new book “Our Vision for America”.
On April 11, 2012 Jamie Kelso continues his reading of and commentary on Merlin Miller’s new credo “Our Vision for America”. To start out the show Kelso, talks about the migration now happening of White patriots to the once-overlooked state of North Dakota, and explains why White folks are headed for this great White state.
On April 4, 2012 Kelso talks about the progress in getting support for Merlin Miller at AmericansElect.org, and urges listeners to bring more supporters to Mr. Miller on this website. Kelso also continues the first ever reading of Merlin Miller’s “Our Vision for America” on the air, with his chapters on defense, foreign policy, and the economy.