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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Siege, 49

The German mystique Since this writer has not a drop of German blood in his veins, it gives me good qualifications to write on the following issue. So fundamental is it to what we’re doing and the way we’re doing it that without fail it hits us squarely in the face each time we are…

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Siege, 48

National Socialism He who wants to live must fight, therefore he who does not want to live in this world of eternal struggle does not deserve to be alive. —Adolf Hitler We are the new “barbarians”, forged in iron hardness in the fires of their hate and persecution. All over the world, we wait to…

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Siege, 47

When to shoot Talk of weapons aside, this has to do with shooting the enemy. You don’t need an arsenal for that. All you need is a zip gun and, most of all, the balls to use it. As I said earlier, if you’re thinking about going on the war path in the literal sense,…

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Siege, 46

Fury unfelt Through a former associate’s job contacts, I once wound up invited to a meeting of the Revolutionary Communist Party. This particular cell was organized in a major factory here in Ohio and this special meeting was being called as a result of one RCP member having been shot after the RCP had abandoned…

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Siege, 45

In reverse, again Not long ago I took a close look at the way the Movement has been in the habit of doing things, everything, from the lowliest task to the most critical one, and discovered that they tended to do it in a “bass ackwards” way every time. As I said, this can be…

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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, 43

Survivalism I don’t pretend to be an expert on the art of surviving under very primitive or hostile conditions. Yet, aren’t we all doing that very thing when you really consider it, and more so all the time as this civilization continues to rot away? Despite the erroneous image some have in their minds of…

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Siege, 42

Off my case Don’t confuse this with the spectacle of the Right Wing joker who stages a press conference to announce the formation of a secret, underground guerrilla army. This only involves you and nobody else but you. I’ve never been accused of being a paranoid individual, of imagining things which aren’t there. My desire…

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