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Radio Free Northwest – August 19th 2010

In this episode Mr. Covington talks about the Hal Turner case, gives potential settlers a rundown on Northwest weather, and he discusses the creation (or not) of an NF General Headquarters unit.


  1. Kenneth DeWit
    Aug 19, 2010

    I am a 173rd Airborne Brigade Paratrooper that is WHITE and wants to join the White NATION!

  2. Kenneth DeWit
    Aug 19, 2010

    Forgot to add the_herd173rd@yahoo.com

  3. Stephen Ferguson
    Aug 19, 2010

    Whether it’s “just winging it” or reading from a prepared script, I’m once again impressed. I too am a supporter of the musical breaks in between, because unfortunately, for some it’s probably the only exposure to racially-minded music they get in a week, but a pleasant break from the usual bombardment of American degenerate filth. It’s just nice to see a group not tiptoeing around the REAL solutions out of fear, and Northwest Front will not be intimidated! Keep up the great work HAC

  4. Alan
    Aug 19, 2010

    I worked at Hewlett Packard in Corvallis, Oregon for a couple of years. I remember one time, some Californian was whining about the rain. It was late September and he was asking how long it was going to be raining. I said, seriously, “Oh, early June.” The guy laughed and a friend of mine, also a webfoot Oregonian, turned to him and said “He’s serious.” I dont think the guy lasted too long, went back to California. I didn’t mind, the rain tends to wash away lots of people and many of those were undesirables that brought all the turmoil from Californication-ville with them. So good by to bad rubbish!

  5. Dread_Lord
    Aug 19, 2010

    It only takes me about 4 months to acclimate to cold weather.

  6. Steve
    Aug 19, 2010

    Kenneth, are you in the homeland now? Either way I’ll e-mail you and we can chat..

    As far as weather I love the rain and clean air up here.. After a rain when it clears up (and it does regularly for short periods even in the winter) the air is like paradise. The forests here after a rain are amazing. My lungs have become so purified and spoiled with good air that I cannot tolerate any smoke or pollution now

  7. bryan
    Aug 20, 2010

    Thanks HAC! Maybe write a little something in the end and maybe the begining and ad lib other topics….its fine. Good show!

  8. Dread_Lord
    Aug 20, 2010

    I remember last time I was in Oregon it hailed in July. I don’t mean that for a few seconds it started to hail little pebbles either. I mean that you couldn’t see the car 10 feet in front of you.
    As the locals say there, if you don’t like the weather just wait 5 minutes.

    Personally I love the weather there.

  9. brian boru
    Aug 20, 2010

    Your comments on the weather struck a chord. I remember when I first came to New Jersey how much I hated the hot, sticky summers. But, the constant change from outside conditions to the freezing air conditioning was as bad. Even worse was the terrible heat in all the buildings and homes in winter. I never really got used to the 80 plus degree temperature that Americans seemed to need in their buildings, some 20 degrees warmer than we are used to in Europe. I’ve been to the North West a few times and it is definitely the best part of the US. In my opinion Washington and Oregon have a perfect climate. It is similar to southern Norway or the British Isles. People coming from hot, sunny climes may take a while to acclimatise but it will be worth it. Anyway, it is secondary in importance to having an all white geographical region to live and raise children in. The niggers and spics will be happy to go back to their heat once they realise that they can no longer live on white largesse and their physical safety is at risk.
    As to the format of the podcasts, I think they are fine and the music is a real pleasure.

  10. Merlin Reichert
    Aug 20, 2010


    i just listened to the latest podcast, i couldn’t tell the difference between your script and just winging it. keep up the good work.


  11. NC
    Aug 20, 2010

    Keep the script.

  12. GSD Dave
    Aug 21, 2010

    The older I get, the lesser I like the heat (and I grew up in Los Angeles). I actually went to the Homeland in the 1980’s. I went to Spokane to a survival school out in the woods, in January. I remember thinking that it would be pretty cool (pardon the pun) if I’d had a tent and a few other things (rather than having to build a shelter from half a parachute).

  13. Kate Barker
    Aug 21, 2010

    Harold, you’re good at what you do, scripted or not. What struck me was your lengthy explanation of working without a script and your apologetic attitude. When you spend time worrying about a lack of scripting, you lose the conversational tone that makes listening to you so great.

    As for Northwest weather and seasonal affective disorder (SAD), taking a vitamin D supplement and getting exercise even when we feel like hibernating is a big help.

  14. phil white
    Aug 21, 2010

    Building a shelfter from parachutes reminds me of boy scout survival training in Florida. Back in the 50’s our troop had a Sgt. Worley and another survival training Air Force Sgt from MacDill show us some of the ropes. We ate armadillo which I remeber being tough and flavorless.
    Later when we were in the infantry another ex-scout and I compared notes on a Army anti-commie propaganda film we were shown. According to the Army it was a paranoid scandal that the Soviets classified the Boy Scouts of America as a paramilitary outfit.
    I and the other scout looked at each other and laughed. We had enough military training by then to realize the Soviets were right. The BSA IS a paramilitary organization.
    Moral of the story moms, make sure your boys do three years in the BSA if you can’t get them into the USA (Army) or USMC. 🙂
    PS, the Army tought us that rainy nights are the best time to do patrols. (or Guerilla night movements). Mostly rain and overcast make it easier for patrols to evade dection. Also damp twigs don’t crack under foot when you step on them.
    And in these more modern times, rain, fog, snow and drizzel all defeat infra red detection AND US military night vision devices. All good reason the Northwest is good Guerilla territory, as Tom Chittum wrote. The desert Southwest not so much maybe.

  15. Fred Head
    Aug 25, 2010

    @Phil White

    I am with you that every youngster should have military training, and that every real American should be a guerrilla (or guerrilla-capable).

    Chittum is right that the NW is guerrilla territory, but it will hardly make any difference if an illegitimate government in D.C. asks for (and gets) ten million UN (read: Chinese) “peacekeepers”.

    I’ll tell you who they fear: It isn’t Sgt. Rock & His Howling Commandos. They fear Michael Collins. I know the Enemy well, and they *do* lie awake at night thinking of Michael Collins. Michael Collins was the entire point of the PATRIOT Act (and thus the 9/11 attacks themselves).

    Consider another successful Nationalist: Gandhi. I am not a pacifist, but I’m suggesting to examine his tactics of economic withdrawal: Starve the beast. Any patriot who still signs a monthly check for cable is, in my opinion, too stupid to live. The media, all of it, isn’t merely an enemy asset — it is an enemy institution. How much ammo should you send to the VC so they can keep you entertained?

  16. Sanya
    Sep 10, 2010

    Well, we’re end-up paying one way or another. If its not tv check then its high-speed Internet. Accesses to public information outlets are under control. Poor Ted Turner, the “chosen” ones flattened him in their AOL scheme so there are no more independence (or just owned by white fellow) from the Kagal media outlets.

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