Smelling of blood

There is something that can trigger the (dormant) murderous spirit of the Aryan: the smell of human blood. I remember that when Bush Jr. invaded Iraq, for the first time on the Internet the hits stopped being the degenerating porn sites. Those who talked about the war got the first place. What would happen to…

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Pittsburgh shooting

No comments from me here (remember that last month this site was suspended for more than a day). But you are welcome to comment below or see the updates at The Daily Stormer (here). Postscript of 5:50 pm: One thing is certain, those who make peaceful revolution impossible are making violent revolution inevitable. As an…

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Linder reads Siege

Virtually everything you hear on the radio while you lose hours on the way to work is trash. But it is possible to do something useful at that time, like listening to James Mason’s audiobook, Siege, available on YouTube. I have listened to the first three audios and it seems to me that the Covingtonistas…

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Revolution

‘Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable’. —John F. Kennedy This month will be one year after the event in Charlottesville, which incidentally happened on my birthday: an ambush on the white nationalists of the United States in which the government of the state of Virginia colluded with the antifa and…

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Linder quote

Violence not only must be thinkable, it should be talked about quite openly. Organizations can be easily monitored and destroyed immediately if needed, or subverted over time. Ad hoc grouplets or individuals working toward a commonly understood goal can’t be known or controlled, whichever means they use.

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A remainder to Anglin et al

Editor’s note: Five years ago I discovered this text as a sort of online flier and linked it for this site as a PDF. Now I am reproducing the text as a regular entry because of its very first words:   Defense of U.S. No Longer in White Man’s Interest The highest priority of a…

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Annapolis shooting – novelist wanted

Siege’s most recent entry is important. Let’s take a look at Mason’s words: At present the worst enemies of a revolution happening in America are: the unbroken sway of the System’s thought-control, i.e. the mass media; and the continued existence of this economy, as agonizing as it is protracted (and miraculous). Regarding Mason’s second point,…

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Siege, 44

Readying for revolution The mood of much of the population and the state of the economy both indicate that everyone could have a surprise in store for them at practically any time. Belief in the rottenness of the System coupled with the belief in ourselves and in our power to make revolution will guarantee that,…

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Siege, 41

There was no time to say goodbye You can’t exist it the middle of an embryonic revolutionary movement and expect to live trouble-free indefinitely. We around here never did. At present if the System decided upon one, big midnight raid on all known Movement members, he’d probably make his bag with little difficulty and that…

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