24 December, 2007

VNNB Free Talk Live – December 24th 2007

Posted by Stan in Announce, audio, VNNB, VNNB-Monday at 4:26 pm | Permanent Link

Christmas Eve on the VNN CompoundPlease join Yankee Jim and Stan Sikorski tonight as they bring you a special, Christmas Eve edition of “Free Talk Live.”

Pre-Show music starts at 8:00 PM EST
Live Talk begins at 9:00 PM EST

We’ll try our best to dig up some unusual Christmas music for the evening.

We’ll wrap up the evening with an unusual speech from the early ’80s by Pastor James P. Wickstrom entitled “Christmas Is Pagan.”

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  7. 12 Responses to “VNNB Free Talk Live – December 24th 2007”

    1. ANDREI YUSTSCHINSKY Says:

      Breaking Christmas News…..
      Newsmax.com
      Tony Blair Becomes Catholic
      Sunday, December 23, 2007 11:04 AM
      Former Prime Minister Tony Blair has left the Church of England and converted to Catholicism, the faith of his wife and children.
      Blair converted during a Mass Friday night at the private London chapel of Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor, the head of the Catholic Church in England and Wales, the church said.
      “I’m very glad to welcome Tony Blair into the Catholic Church,” Murphy-O’Connor said.
      The church said Blair had been a regular worshipper at Mass with his family and in recent months had been following a program leading to his reception into the church.
      Although he was an Anglican, Blair attended Catholic Masses at Westminster Cathedral, while on holiday in Italy, and with his wife Cherie at 10 Downing St.
      The couple’s children have attended Catholic schools.
      Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams, who is the spiritual leader of the world’s Anglicans, wished Blair the best in his spiritual journey.
      “Tony Blair has my prayers and good wishes as he takes this step in his Christian pilgrimage. A great Catholic writer of the last century said that the only reason for moving from one Christian family to another was to deepen one’s relationship with God. I pray that this will be the result of Tony Blair’s decision in his personal life.”
      Blair, who is now a Middle East peace envoy, met Pope Benedict XVI at the Vatican in June, the month he stepped down as Britain’s prime minister.
      Vatican spokesman the Rev. Federico Lombardi said the path Blair has been on “was not improvised, has lasted a long time and has been deep and serious.”
      Lombardi added that the Catholic community was “happy to welcome such a prominent person … at the end of a deeply spiritual personal path.”
      The Church of England has said that less than 10 percent of its members are regular churchgoers.
      Earlier this year, Blair told the British Broadcasting Corp. that he had avoided talking about his religious views while in office for about 10 years for fear of being labeled “a nutter.”
      Alastair Campbell, Blair’s director of strategy and communications, once intervened in an interview, preventing the prime minister from answering a question about his Christianity, saying, “We don’t do God”.
      But in an interview on ITV in 2006, Blair referred to the role of his Christian faith in his decision to go to war in Iraq, saying that he had prayed about the issue and that God would judge him for his decision.
      “I think if you have faith about these things, you realize that judgment is made by other people and if you believe in God, it’s made by God as well,” Blair said at the time.
      In England’s last census, 72 percent of people identified themselves as Christian. Many are Anglicans affiliated with the Church of England, which was created by royal proclamation during the 16th century after King Henry VIII — who married six times — broke ties with the Roman Catholic Church in a dispute over divorce.

      © 2007 Associated Press. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

    2. honkey tonk man Says:

      MERRY CHRISTMAS WHITE BROTHERS AND SISTERS!

      ……Don’t get too down about our current situation, the white man will be back, I promise you that!
      …………Hitler will be back!
      …..we are going to win and take our revenge!!!

      Thank-you to the people at VNN for you dedication and hard work. God bless!!

    3. Marwinsing Says:

      A BIG “SAHLOET” TO EVERYONE IN AND AT VNN !!! HAVE A GREAT WHITE CHRISTMAS FOLKS !!!

    4. Yankee Jim Says:

      My partner and I would like to take a minute to thank all our listeners for their support this year!

      Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

    5. BillinOk Says:

      If the birth of Christ is a fraud then it is also safe to assume that the entire life and death is also a fraud. A fable used to begin to place multiculturalism and diversity into the minds of the world. Jesus = Jew so Christianity must be watered down Jew for the goyem.

    6. lokuum Says:

      Hey, Stan,

      What Fahey album were those songs off of?

    7. Yankee Jim Says:

      lokuum, the songs were from the “Christmas With John Fahey Vol. II” LP. (Takoma C-1045 and/or TAK-7045) From 1975.

      I forget which songs Stan played from the LP, but I believe one of them was “Russian Christmas Overture.”

      The LP I recorded from was flawless, CD quality condition, which provides a breathtaking listening experience.

      Hope this helps…

    8. New America Says:

      At about 74 minutes, April Gaede joined in, and made the point that everyone else – with the exception of Harold Covinton – dances around. (She made other points, but this is the one that wins first prize.)

      She noted how, when you move to a place that is all-WHITE, and therefore (usually) all-RIGHT, you can literally feel as if you have been freed from an oppressive weight you have been carrying around and did not realize.

      This is so true.

      And, when everyone around you acts the way people SHOULD act – the way we were all taught, with “please” and “thank-you,” and holding doors open, my God, it’s like going to a better world…

      This issue – the Quality of Life that can only be found in White communities – can not be addressed too often.

      Again, just as only the White RACE can create and sustain democratic governance, so, too, can only the White RACE form societies that simply get better and better.

      This, incidentally, is one of the great strengths we offer one another; such a society allows you to concentrate your energies on positive, goal-oriented, achievement, rather than living all of the time on pure defense.

      Thanks for a wonderful show.

      More of April telling us what it is like to live in Whitelandia!

      New America

      An Idea Whose Time Is HERE!

    9. lokuum Says:

      Thanks Yankee Jim

    10. jigaboos j. jigabooze Says:

      If folks in White areas still use Kyke monetary instruments, that oppressive weight remains, working like carbon monoxide.

    11. Fr. John Says:

      Jesus = Jew

      Sigh. This is more offensive to White American/Christians, than saying that the Jews are our ‘brothers.’

      Over fifty years ago, a Jew who converted to Christianity wrote a column, that clearly outlines why “Jesus is NOT a Jew.”

      http://www.biblebelievers.org.au/jesusjew.htm

      Please don’t use this empty threat to denounce the very foundations upon which this nation was built. If you want a pagan Nordic Wotan worshiping cult, fine. But don’t lie to achieve it, go build a civlization from the ground up, and just leave the last 20 centuries of Christendom’s progress when you go….

    12. Fr. John Says:

      “Pastor James P. Wickstrom entitled “Christmas Is Pagan.”

      Christmas is not pagan, but Baptists sure are!

      The feast of Christmas has been celebrated in Christian churches, long before the Reformation, or the Anabaptists- who were the ‘radicals’ of the radicalism known as the reformation, came along with their intellectual stupidity to proclaim, (contrary to the scriptures they said they believed) that the “Holy Spirit” did not inhabit the previous 15 centuries of Christendom!

      While I can admire puritans and Evangelicals of the Wesley/Whitefield era, modern “evan-jelly-goos” are completely without historical legs to stand on, when they make such idiotic pronouncements.