22 June, 2007

The Rise of the Meta-Interview: Linder vs. News-Sentinel

Posted by alex in Alex Linder, Knoxville rally, Linder appearances at 5:00 pm | Permanent Link

Great thanks to Soren Renner of Majority Rights for taping this interview between me and the reporter for the Knoxville News-Sentinel.


The controlled media use nothing or next to nothing of what we Whites say. They carefully exclude the content of our character, pardon, our message, and stick to incidentals. So our sweetness is wasted on the desert air unless we preserve their questions and our answers so some honest reader can nostril up some serious epithelial value.

Sniff away!

Alex vs the reporter parts 1 and 2 on our own Podblanc:


The Meta-Interview is completed when the work as produced by the MSM obscurer is posted alongside the tape of the actual interview itself, made by the White.

I HIGHLY RECOMMEND that all interviews conducted in relation to rallies be made META-interviews, because these are great sources of educational value for people on the fence, who might not fully understand what we mean by jew-controlled media.

Now, what we’ve seen the last few days in relation to Pitts is that the “cry me a river” coons-of-privilege and culty-cathy liberals can’t handle direct pressure. That’s an indication that we must do the very best we can to make these things — these rallies, these stories, these reactions, these politics, these reports — personal. If they’re going to report on us Whites, they’re going to know that there will be hell to pay if we are treated like scum. We can find your addresses, boys; we can find your phone numbers. You WILL be held accountable for your lies and the misimpressions they create. Know that. To all you VNN loyalists, understand that if we are leading the way, and you aren’t helping with money, or signs, or something, then you better be contacting these people and reinforcing our power. We working as a team can bring the pressure needed to produce the change.

Matt Lakin’s article about the June 16th rally:

Rally ‘stressful’ but controlled

No injuries, 2 arrests at protest over media’s coverage of killings

The scene looked about the same Saturday as protesters, counter-protesters and more than 300 police gathered downtown at another rally against interracial crime. The protest on the lawn of the City County Building resulted in two arrests but no other problems, authorities said.

“This is always stressful for everybody,” Knoxville Police Chief Sterling P. Owen IV said. “But I think the most important thing is that no one got hurt.”

A few more people showed up this time for the protest “in honor of” slaying victims Channon Christian, 21, and Christopher Newsom, 23. Police said the white Knox County couple were raped and killed during a January carjacking. Four men and a woman, all black, face various charges in their deaths. They could go to trial next year. Police say they’ve found no evidence that race played a role in the killings.

The protesters, led by Ken Gregg of the Dandridge-based Against Black Crimes Group, accused police, the media and the victims’ families of trying to cover up the crimes.

“Our people are being murdered,” Gregg said. “If it’s a white-on-black crime, it’s all over the national media. They don’t charge these animals with a hate crime. If that’s not hate, what was?”

The protests began Saturday morning as about 25 people stood in front of WATE, Channel 6, on Broadway and News Sentinel headquarters on Western Avenue, holding signs with such slogans as “Bring back the rope” and “Why the blackout?”

The group grew to a little less than 100 by the time the rally started at 1 p.m.

About 70 opponents stood across the street, chanting, dancing and waving signs as soul music and the words of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. played.

Jason Kaos of South Knoxville stood there with his 3-year-old son, Orion.

“We can’t be silent about something like this,” he said. “It’s really important for my son to see that you have to confront these people.”

Saturday’s rally marked the second such protest downtown in less than a month. The first happened May 26 and opened with the arrest of its organizer, Alex Linder of Kirksville, Mo., as he headed down a closed street with a sign.

Linder showed up again Saturday but left his sign at home.

Saturday’s only arrests came in a parking lot at the corner of Gay Street and Cumberland Avenue just before the rally started, Knoxville Police Department spokesman Darrell DeBusk said.

Michael David Hahn, 49, of Corryton faces a charge of carrying a gun with intent to go armed. Timothy Tierney, 40, of Cincinnati faces a charge of possession of less than half an ounce of marijuana, police said.

Hahn said he and Tierney went to the rally as sightseers, not participants for either side. He said he had borrowed a nephew’s truck and didn’t know it had a pistol in the glove compartment.

“I did nothing wrong,” he said after leaving jail on bond Saturday night. “When I go to court, I expect I’ll be absolved.”

The protesters left around 3 p.m., to jeers from their opponents.

Linder and Gregg said they’ll be back – maybe this fall, maybe in January.

“Our people want to do it, and the case is still not resolved,” Linder said. “We want Channon Christian Day to replace Martin Luther King Day.”

Police and opponents said they’ll be ready.

“I believe this is going to bring our city closer together to make sure a crime like this doesn’t happen again,” said the Rev. Ezra Maize, president of the Knoxville branch of the NAACP. “And I’ll be glad when this day’s over.”

Matt Lakin may be reached at 865-342-6306.


  • 6 Responses to “The Rise of the Meta-Interview: Linder vs. News-Sentinel”

    1. Nick Says:

      I like this Meta interviewer concept. It should be Standard Operating Procedure at any event with Mass Meda reporters vulturing around.

    2. sfg Says:

      I can’t give money right now.

      But, I’ll do as much as I can to bring the facts to the sleeping whites in this country.

      What I can do is make signs for rallies. Of course, that takes money–not much, but some. Each sign, on foam board, costs about $5.00. I’ve already got the letter stencils. And magic markers aren’t that expensive. I can manage that. I can get with those in charge here to find out what kind of slogans they want at each rally. And I can bring them to the rally.

      I can get sticks to staple the signs to from various places. I already have some. I would say at the next event we would definitely need some good signs. At least 30-50 of them.

      If anyone would like to donate a little bit of money to make signs, let me know. I’ll do what I can in the meantime.

      And, while I am talking about this, I’d like to make a comment about the rally last week in Knoxville.

      I don’t know how many there are of you people out there who post on this website or who adhere to this philosophy, but not many of you showed up at the rally. At least not as far as I could tell. There were at least 100 people there, maybe 150 or more.

      But, there should have been more people. God knows I sacrificed a lot to show up. I am a fifty plus female from Georgia with not much money right now, but a whole lot of dedication to this cause. It wasn’t easy for me to make a 4-5 hour drive one way and then drive back in the same day. It wasn’t easy for me to spend the little money I did spend to get there. It wasn’t easy for me to stand in the hot sun holding a sign for two hours. But I did.

      And I did it for Channon and Christopher and all the other hapless whites who have been raped, gangraped, tortured, shot, stabbed, strangled, and otherwise victimized by brutal blacks.

      Please, don’t get me wrong, I’m not patting myself on my back. I’m only tryng to get those of you who are waiting in the wings, to COME FORWARD AND DO SOMETHING. YOUR PRESENCE AT THESE EVENTS IS NEEDED.

      All I have to do is think of the hours Channon spent being terrorized and tortured knowing she probably wasn’t going to come out of it alive or Christopher’s last moments, and this is enough for me to show up despite the hate coming from the antis. We must fight these hate filled people with facts and our bodies. We must show up!!!!

      Right now as I’m writing this I’m listening to Atlanta radio news where they are talking about 300,000 people attending the Atlanta Pride Festival (gay/lesbian) in Atlanta. And they’re talking about all the corporate sponsorships they’ve gotten in the past years since it began.

      The lefties come out for their causes. We must come out for ours.

      C’mon people–get with the program. Show up at the next organized rally for Channon and Christopher.

      And help Alex out. He’s put himself out there to take the brunt of the hate.

      I’m sure someone will take me to task for saying this. But just consider the source. I’m with you folks.

    3. John Biddix Says:

      Please let me know of future get together s…I will be there.

    4. -JC Says:

      The classic meta-interview was when Tom Metzger’s son taped his “I have nothing to say” response to a couple of cub FBI agents and the edited version made the feds look in control the situation. That one should not be missed.

    5. Walter Ring Says:

      “I believe this is going to bring our city closer together to make sure a crime like this doesn’t happen again,” said the Rev. Ezra Maize, president of the Knoxville branch of the NAACP. “And I’ll be glad when this day’s over.”

      Well, making sure crimes like this do not happen again is our goal as well, but to do it we have far different methods than the likes of the NAACP coons. Much like abstinence is the only sure way not to get pregnant, racial separation is the only sure way to prevent these horrific crimes from being committed against decent Whites by the likes of those nigger savages. “Bringing our city closer together” is what caused this crime in the first place. Geographical separation of the races is the only solution to the racial problem, period, end of story. White solidarity.

    6. sfg Says:

      How about having some bumper stickers made up and start blanketing this country with them that say “I’m celebrating Channon Christian Day on January 19th” (isn’t that MLK Day?). Let’s start shoving aside that day RIGHT NOW.

      Start getting the idea out there that we mean business about this and letting white people know it’s okay to do something other than bow and scrape on MLK Day.

      I think this is just a brilliant piece of PR for getting the word out about black on white crime. There probably is no better face for black on white brutality than poor Channon. How could a mother or father look at what happened to her and not be moved? How could any white, except the coldest multiis among us, not be moved by the details of what poor Channon endured. It is truly the stuff of nightmares and tragedies.

      That is–until the next poor victim comes along, which probably won’t be long.