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Radio Free Northwest – August 26th 2010

In this episode Mr. Covington describes his first encounter with Obamacare, talks about what defines a Class A White Nationalist, and reads the late Order comrade Bruce Pierce’s last article, “Chryalis.”


  1. phil
    Aug 26, 2010

    Outstanding episode! The history lesson was excellent as well (Volga Germans), though sad that yet another sub-group of our people are gone. Also sad that the ancient languages of the British Isles are all but gone. Even 22% speaking Welsh sounds pretty doubtful for the future. Could you post a transcript of Bruce Pierce’s “Crysalis?” The contrast of our ideals and those of today’s media was striking, and I believe would be receptive and eye-opening to many on the fence between WN and conservatism.

  2. AMY
    Aug 27, 2010

    LOVE IT!!!!

  3. Kate Barker
    Aug 27, 2010

    I appreciated the personal awakening story shared by Gretchen the librarian.

  4. Phil White
    Aug 27, 2010

    In “Cancer Ward”, Solsenytzen’s (sp?) character falls in love with a Volga German doctor, “Vega”. Part of the sub plot was Russian discrimination against ethnic Germans. This was the book that won him a Nobel prize.

    On the up side, I just got a genuine inquiry on the ferry about my “European Americans United” t-shirt. He was an Australian who came as a refugee from Belo Russia at age 1. I directed him to the europeanamericansunited.org web site, which is a good place for novices to start. I figure I’m doing a lot to terraform Seattle just wearing my t-shirt or rebel battle flag/border patrol cap. You can see it makes the minorities/leftist sit up and take notice. Even see some teen white boys checking it out.

    You all ought to make a summer trip out here at least. WN activism here is so much fun it ought to be illegal, and damn near is.:)

  5. Luke Blackwell
    Aug 28, 2010

    Very nice. One of my favorites.

  6. Sanya
    Aug 29, 2010

    First of all, Harold. Former USSR was not a “communist” country. it states “Union of Soviet Socialist Republics”. Yes, driving forces were Communist Party but non of these 15 republics of the union were pronounced a “communist”.

    Secondly, communism is simply derived from “commune” – living by and for community.
    Everything else is growing from that principal.
    Please do not point me to the “Wiki” to correct my knowledge – I was born and raised in the former USSR.
    I can teach you all about diferences in “mao-ism”, “trotsk-ism”, “stalin-ism”, “lenin-ism” and all the major fraction of classic communism.
    Now I clearly see that you guys really need heavy artillery (or long range missile) support for informationin regards of former USSR and all their historical personalities and events.

    Other then references about Soviets – great and intelligent review! And technically, I’d recommend to add some pauses for 1-3 seconds of silense between important parts – its the Art of monologue, where the pause is unbeatable weapon of “The Accent” in speech. Human brain needs to begin to comprehand and finish the process of ansorbation of verbal semantics. So the pause is serving the purpose of a signal to emphasize and/or wrap on what was just said.
    Sorry for my English – I still working on that.

  7. Bailey
    Aug 29, 2010

    Mr. Covington,

    I am writing from my cheap phone so please excuse the horrible grammar and format. I am on my 48th day of work with no break, all 12 hour shifts. I brought my computer to work so I could listen to the latest RFN. It has just finished and I am in tears. Bruce Pierce’s article about Robert E Lee was incredibly moving. I backed it up and listened to you read it twice. Thank you! Take care!


  8. Dread_Lord
    Aug 30, 2010

    How about some Paddy McGuigan – Men behind the wire in one of these shows? That song seems to be fitting with all the people in prison these days.

    Anyways, another good radio show. Keep it up and people will keep tuning in.

  9. phil white
    Aug 31, 2010

    Hope the boss can give you a break soon Bailey, meanwhile here’s another golden quote from “Granny” Lee as his soldier affectionately knew him.

    “The truth is this: The march of Providence is so slow, and our desires so impatient; the work of progress is so immense and our means of aiding it so feeble; the life of humanity is so long, that of the individual so brief, that we often see only the ebb of the advancing wave and are thus discouraged. It is history that teaches us to hope”

  10. JB
    Aug 03, 2013

    That last bit was so inspiring I feel like I have been to church! Too bad more people are not able to hear this.

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