“For a century we have no longer been wolves, but dogs”

The Brigade excerpts, chapter II by Harold Covington The Trouble Trio No ellipsis added between unquoted paragraphs: “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…

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The Brigade excerpts, chapter I

by Harold Covington “I’ve Had Enough of What Ain’t Right!” No ellipsis added between unquoted paragraphs: “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…

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The most authoritative treatment of white separatism

The following article, “The Northwest Novels of H. A. Covington,” published originally at Vanguard News Network, is the sixth essay in Michael O’Meara’s book Toward the White Republic, available from Counter-Currents Publishing here. “Those who want to live, let them fight, and those who do not want to fight in this world of eternal struggle…

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Uncle Harold’s novel

From Freedom’s Sons: The military expelled or liquidated mestizos, Chinese, and other people who had no business on the North American continent. The Second Army (Zack Hatfield), the Third Army (William Jackson) and the Florian Geyer SS Division invaded British Columbia and Alberta… The Luftwaffe pounded the non-white sections of Vancouver without mercy for days,…

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