Bob Whitaker’s “mantra”

Africa for the Africans, Asia for the Asians, Mexico for the Mexicans, White countries… for everybody. Whenever you hear the words “social injustice,” “prejudice,” or “inequality,” substitute these with the words “white culture.” People who want to eliminate “social injustice,” “prejudice,” or “inequality” really want to eliminate white culture. Whenever you hear the words “white…

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Auster’s principal discovery

Today during my peripatetic soliloquies in my daily walk, I realized that I have failed to transfer into textual form one of my most recurrent soliloquies about the current totalistic paradigm. But first I would like to drop a few lines about the previous totalistic paradigm for the white peoples. The original Latin text that…

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Lawrence Auster (1949-2013)

Larry Auster died today. Although we had strong discrepancies in the past, the West’s Darkest Hour owes Auster some of its central ideas. MacDonald’s recent article about Auster gives the impression that the good professor also forgave Auster’s gross insults against MacDonald because, just before dying, Auster seemed to disabuse his readership by making known…

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Northwest Volunteer Army’s

General Order Number Four: “No Jew or other non-white person, no homosexual, and no white person engaged in interracial sexual activity shall reside within the boundaries of the Northwest American Republic, or within any area of NVA operations. NVA field commanders shall deal with violators of this General Order at their discretion…” For the context…

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The Brigade excerpts, chapter I

by Harold Covington “I’ve Had Enough of What Ain’t Right!” “I’ll do it,” said Zack Hatfield. “Do what?” asked his friend Charlie Washburn. “Kill them,” said Hatfield. “I’m going to kill both of those bitches.” The two of them were sitting on plastic-upholstered armchairs in the musty living room of Zack’s cheap furnished apartment in…

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The Brigade excerpts, chapter II

by Harold Covington “The Trouble Trio” “Like we’re not marked already?” snorted Washburn. “I think Lear knows damned well who did Liddy King and that plug-ugly dyke Proudfoot. He gave me a funny look when he talked to me about your night of gainful employment at the store. It’s common knowledge we’re Steve’s closest friends,…

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The Brigade excerpts, chapter III

by Harold Covington “In Shadow” “It always helps to have allies and exterior sources of aid, true,” agreed Morehouse. “A lot of people across the world want to see the United States go down, and they’ll be willing to help once they observe that our men have the right stuff and we are seriously pinning…

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The Brigade excerpts, chapter IV

by Harold Covington “Valentine’s Night” “This is going to be a doozy of an opening number for D Company, and we’ve got one week to work out all the details,” Hatfield told them all in a cheerful voice. “We’re going to try for two major takedowns within 24 hours, the second one flowing from the…

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The Brigade excerpts, chapter V

by Harold Covington “Hunting The Hunters” On the morning of February 15th, Hatfield, Cat-Eyes Lockhart, Charlie Washburn, Tony Campisi, Len Ekstrom, and Lee Washburn met in a trailer out in the woods, which had used by their circle of friends as a hunting lodge in times past. “Does Marie know?” asked Hatfield. “She’s pretty sharp.…

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The Brigade excerpts, chapter VI

by Harold Covington “The Mami and the Monkey” “You back on the pipe, Kick?” “No, I’m not back on the pipe!” Kristin “Kicky” McGee snapped back. “I’m clean as a whistle, and I been clean for six months now!” “Yeah, well, I guess I shouldn’t have called the cops on you. That wasn’t, like, playing…

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