15 May, 2006

Posted by alex in Arboreal Americans, Diversity, Fred Reed, multiculturalism at 4:00 pm | Permanent Link

Multiculturalism And Alligators

Better Than NASCAR

By Fred Reed

May 12, 2006

It is possible to derive an ashen satisfaction from watching really stupid people dancing on a tight rope over a den of alligators. At each resounding dental snap one yells “Yeeeeeeeee-ha! Told you so!� and reaches for another beer.

It makes a better Saturday night than a six pack and a bug zapper.

From the Washington Post: “Nearly half of the nation’s children under 5 are racial or ethnic minorities, and the percentage is increasing mainly because the Hispanic population is growing so rapidly, according to a census report released today.â€?

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15 May, 2006

Posted by alex in Arboreal Americans, free-speech martyrs, K-12 'education' at 3:53 pm | Permanent Link

Discussed on Goyfire #32, taped yesterday (5/14/06)…

That truth, at least according to McCuen, is that black people are inferior to whites.

“Intellectually, yes they are,” said McCuen. “This has been confirmed over and over, and this is a generalization. Again, there are some blacks who are more intelligent than individual whites. But as a rule, that is true. I-Q tests prove it over, and over and over.”

The original article…

Reader responses…

15 May, 2006

Posted by alex in Europe, France, Michael O'Meara at 12:14 pm | Permanent Link

By Michael O’Meara

A year from now, the French will go to the polls to
elect their next president. This will not be a normal
election: Not just because all the totalitarian forces
of the Judeo-liberal system will be mobilized against
the one man who embodies the hopes of the French
nation; but also because it will determine if the
European heartland is to remain European.

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12 May, 2006

Posted by alex in Geoff Beck at 1:26 pm | Permanent Link

The 15th episode of The Truth Is No Defensive is available for download. This episode is entitled: “Mere anarchy is loosed upon the earth. The trajectory to war, famine, and economic ruin.�

Direct mp3 download (5.5 MB): gbttind1548k.mp3

Podcast: http://feeds.feedburner.com/thetruthisnodefense

Archives: here

Transcript and Forum: vnnforum.com

11 May, 2006

Posted by alex in Mexinvasion at 10:29 pm | Permanent Link

All submissions for VNN’s Mexican flag desecration contest have been judged. The details of the contest are here:

http://www.vanguardnewsnetwork.com/mex/

Recall, the rules stated

Quote:
The contest is not limited to just Mexican flag desecration, but defilement of any national symbol of Mexico, or the Mestizo race itself shall be considered.

And so, we have a winner!

The presentation is entitled “Mexivasion:”
http://www.vanguardnewsnetwork.com/mex/mexivasion.html

The artist wishes to remain anonymous.

Thankyou for your creativity and contribution. You’ve well earned the $100 prize.

9 May, 2006

Posted by alex in Geoff Beck at 3:56 pm | Permanent Link

A new Truth Is No Defense is available for download. The Marginal Benefits of Crime and Propaganda & Michael Collins Piper are discussed in this broadcast.

Direct Download: gbttind1448k.mp3

Podcast: http://feeds.feedburner.com/thetruthisnodefense

Forum & Transcript: here

6 May, 2006

Posted by alex in frauds, WTC demolition at 3:05 pm | Permanent Link

A revised version of Awaken and Avenge is now available. This video documentary, produced by a white nationalist, surveys the events of September 11th. The download site is here.

6 May, 2006

Posted by alex in White vocabulary at 11:23 am | Permanent Link

[From Fools’ Names, Fools’ Faces, by Andrew Ferguson, review of Donald Trump’s book…]

“Look,” I said to this editor, who is brilliant and back with whom I go way, “there’s one problem. The book stinks. It is a menace. Spend twenty-five minutes with it, and you find yourself thinking and talking exactly the way this man thinks and talks: self-congratulatory, dissembling, superficial, and periphrastic, which is a word I happen to know of which the Donald has never heard.”

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4 May, 2006

Posted by alex in Eric Thomson, holocaust racket at 8:57 am | Permanent Link

by Eric Thomson

No matter how often lies are repeated, they remain lies. Despite all the ongoing jewish effrontery, slander and maliciousness regarding the so-called “Holocaust,” the jews and their Allied accomplices should be confronted with the following facts:

All German concentration camps had cafeterias, cinemas, theaters, orchestras, sport facilities, swimming pools, bakeries, vegetable gardens, tailorshops and shoe factories. There were also bordellos to prevent homosexual behavior amongst the inmates, unlike American and British prisons, where young male inmates are frequently raped.

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3 May, 2006

Posted by alex in Alex Linder, books at 10:49 pm | Permanent Link

pag2.jpgby Alex Linder

(Break, Blow, Burn by Camille Paglia; Random House: New York, 2005, 247 pp.)

This is an unobjectionable but also unremarkable treatment of 43 poems by Camille Paglia, or a language-arts teacher renting her name. It is nowhere near as interesting as her essays or breakthrough work, Sexual Personae.

At her best, Paglia jumps between disciplines and centuries with erudite ease; she’s that rarest of rara avises, a labia licker who likes men and eschews fashionable ideology for facts. She’s humble enough to admit that although she felt her graduate training in New Criticism juiceless at the time, experience has revealed the explicatory approach the proper grounding for larval scholars. Giving students the marxism, post-structuralism or feminism today passing for literary criticism equals giving theory hangers to students without fact clothes, as she has famously said. Menticide is another name for it. You kill people’s minds when you teach them they’ve mastered an idea or argument by discarding/classifying it. ‘Sexism,’ ‘racism,’ or ‘homophobia’ may function as arguments now that their detonators control the parapets of academe, but they aren’t. Someone has to keep the flame alive, and that’s me and you reading this, and in her own ways La Paglia.

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