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The Knights Who Say “Neek!”

Re: NF “Too Controversial” for VOR

Dear HAC:

The problem is, everyone’s going in different directions.  They are afraid your direction might lead people away from them, thus they fear a loss of their own audience.  It’s that simple.

-Robert Valentino


Precisely, R.V. But I can’t say that in public. “Spreading disunity,” you see.

When the Nabobs of the White Internet ban Northwest Front people and ban discussion of Northwest Migration from their forums, that’s not “spreading disunity.” When Harold Covington mentions their behavior in public, that is “spreading disunity” and “engaging in in-fighting” and “fighting a feud.” Are we clear on this now?

You ever see Monty Python and the Holy Grail? These people like Linder and Fairchild and some of those Stormfront moderators remind me of the Knights Who Say “Neek!”



  1. marcus
    May 12, 2010

    By the way, it’s “The Knights who say Nee”, not neek. I wish white men and women could actually work together to further the cause of our race. I don’t agree 100% with all of the various political and religious beliefs out there, but I’m 100% willing to set aside my differences in order to further the cause of The 14 Words. We MUST secure the existence of our people and a future for white children.

  2. Colonel House
    May 13, 2010

    I always thought it was “neep!” Nevermind, just “bring me a shrubbery” and all will be well.

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