Mike Conner & Paul Fromm host. Mishko Novosel joins the second hour. Topics include:
Zimmerman’s bond revoked, speculation that Martin doubled back to attack Zimmerman, and evidence that the fabled ice tea & skittles were ingredients in a drug called “lean”;
Nigerian Internet scams;
Update on Canada’a 2008 bus cannibal-murderer Weiguang Li (in psychiatric care at huge taxpayer expense); Miami cannibal-druggie yoofchewing homeless man’s face, subsequently dispatched by police gunfire after ignoring orders (at considerably less taxpayer expense);
Kenyan cannibal practicing religion by eating roommate in Maryland (ethnicity suppressed by press) and homosexual cannibal sending body parts to political parties;
Mike Conner & Mishko Novosel interview returning guest Marc Cornah, a regional leader of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) of South Africa.
March in Sweden
Update on South Africa since the Terre’Blanche assassination: The ongoing murder rampage inflicted on Whites; the inaction of the government; the complicity of the mass media
The AWB’s effort to organize the defense of White lives: The need for radios, night vision, camo, and other items; the need for expert skills & assistance in military and communications
A short conversation with Jonas of the Swedish Resistance Movement, an organization that was on the scene in the 2008 relaunch of the AWB and that recently marched against Boer genocide
Note: Due to the volatility of the situation, a South African shipping address is not established at the moment. VoR will provide an a mailing address and other information for those who wish to contribute needed supplies in the near future. Please stay tuned.
About Marc Cornah
Marc Cornah is the leader of the Cape region of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) of South Africa. To contact Marc, write to newawb gmail.com
Mike Conner & Mishko Novosel interview Alaric Pfeiffer of europanetwork.org. Alaric is a journalist who reported on the Feb. 13 memorial march for the victims of the Dresden bombing. Topics include:
A recounting of the Allies’ tragic 1945 bombing of Dresden, and the criminal nature of that bombing
The motivations of the marchers, and the peaceful, solemn, democratic nature of their memorial march
How the police, particularly the German Federal police — not the “antifascist” protesters — were the primary force thwarting the march
How the police thwarted the march in defiance of Saxony’s Supreme Court’s ruling that the march was legal and democratic; how police overriding the civil authority is the textbook definition of a police state, and not of a democracy.
Prospects for the future: Why the marches will continue, and why police state tactics will eventually fail in eastern Germany.
About Alaric Pfeiffer
For more info on Alaric’s coverage of the Dresden march, please visit www.europanetwork.org to view videos on the march.