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White Apocalypse

Greetings Harold,

Thanks for the Sam Francis book. I have an earlier collection of his essays on race. Much appreciate this one.

Just finished White Apocalypse. Other than the characters and story line, unfortunately it is not fiction. Professor Jack’s soliloquies should be required reading. He covers it all including Boas and Gramsci and so many others. We all know out here about Kennewick Man and what occurred in that case, but little about it and nothing about other incidents cited. Well done, Kyle.

Arthur Kemp’s March of the Titans should also be required reading.

Regards,
James

8 Comments


  1. Luke
    Oct 27, 2010

    I bought the March of the Titans book by Kemp, and it is a critical book for every white nationalist family to have in their home library. However, regarding Arthur Kemp – whites should be aware that this guy is cut from the Jared Taylor / Nick Griffin mold that can be basically summed up this way:

    1. Pro-White movements and organizations need to allow jews to join our movements, because jews are really ‘white’, too – and we should ‘trust’ them as our loyal allies.
    2. Whites who are pro-white must all wear suits and ties and cuff-links, and always – no matter what, have on brand new, super clean underwear and fresh socks without any holes in them.
    3. Whites who are pro-white must also never slurp their soup, and know which is the right spoon to eat soup with, and which fork is the right fork to eat salad with, and NEVER EVER shall any accidental farts slip out of one’s pearly white butt cheeks – even when there are only other white guys around.

    /Sarcasm Off. Anyway, Kemp is one of these kinds of British elitist snobs who wants to purge the pro-white nationalist movement of what he and his ilk consider ‘the common white man’. Kemp and his ilk define this as being any pro-white guy who wears jeans and flannel shirts, who might drive a pickup truck with a Confederate Flag sticker on it, who doesn’t have 5 or 6 college degrees hanging on his wall that he ALWAYS forces all visitors to his home to look at whether they care to or not.

    In my book, anyone who is white and who’s got a healthy sense of racial pride and awareness is a worthwhile asset to our movement and to our cause, and I don’t care if he has a little grease under his fingernails or doesn’t own a suit or a tie. A man’s character is what counts most – honesty, integrity, a willingness to work hard, and an intense and non-compromising loyalty to his race – those are the qualities we need to recruit.

    We can do without elitist snobs, who, incidentally, are largely responsible for getting us into this mess in the first place. News Flash: This battle that whites are in is for our very survival, and it is not going to be ‘won’ by elitist snobs who are more worried about their ‘social standing’ and elitist reputation among their tea and crouisant friends at their elitist cocktail parties, than they are about putting the final screws to the enemy and putting a permanent ass whupping on them that never wears off.

    Lastly, who makes better fighters? Freshly scrubbed and perfumed British weenies dressed up in their 1,000 dollar suits and ties, or regular white Southern rednecks in boots, jeans, and flannel shirts who might be in need of a bath in the next few days?


  2. Tina (AKA "gymnastic chick")
    Oct 30, 2010

    There’s a time and a place for both. I wouldn’t wear a dress and heels to go roping. Neither would I wear wranglers and ropers to attend church. If we dress for the wrong occasion, then our poor judgement tends to spill over in other areas of life as well. If you want people to take you seriously, then you have to come across as an appropriate person. To come across as an appropriate person, you need to dress in attire that is appropriate for the occasion.


  3. Sanya
    Oct 31, 2010

    Aristocrats are rich traitors and useless expensive foam over the genetic stream of population.
    Even in consideration to religion there is no rules passed by for “dress code”. People came to it – so at least for Christianity sake no one could tell me that God unwilling to hear me out if I pray in my underwear in bad. There is no need to gather to any “house” (in my understanding) supervised by “interpreter” if He could hear me alone.
    Secondly, the story about Jesus comes from Jews themselves. I truly believe it was setup to “pasture” us once we bound to the idea.
    Any religion has no factual identity, its all stories written unidentified characters in “who knows” places and under “who knows” conditions.
    I think when people finally started getting a grip on elemental physics or organic chemistry (for instance) any religion bacame a myth or fairy tale story.
    Really, folks! We all know where the rain drops are coming and why.
    But look how hard religious “fundamentals” being pushed down on us!
    Population control?
    I think if there no word about stegocefal (zoo-paleonthologist may correct me) in the Bible or Quaran – these books are getting too old, outdated.
    If there no mentioning about acupuncture, Mayan (or Aztecas) calendar, ruins of Puma Punku, statues on Easter Island (as an example) – religions are strictly for heavily uneducated folks or “storytelling”.

    So, in the end, what was so great in that book, if the author “humbly suggested” to unite with the “chosen ones”? Another provocatour?


  4. Steve
    Oct 31, 2010

    Identity folks also have a big problem with Kemp’s “Mr Peabody’s Improbable History” in the ‘March of the Titans’. Aside from that Kemp is apparently a bad actor in several ways that I will not bother to list here. Go to Scamfront and search for the big thread on Kemp.. he has been a real skunk and sellout in the past, and he hates and maligns strident WNists (Identity being one of them, but definitely not the only one he targets!)


  5. Steve
    Oct 31, 2010

    PS: I have a college science degree and don’t own a German or Confederate flag. I do have an old 4 x 4 tho. Kemp would hate my guts, regardless. Yes he’s an elitist Brit snob, the very type we made war on starting in 1775


  6. Tina (AKA "gymnastic chick")
    Nov 06, 2010

    I question the wisdom of using religion to prop up our cause. It makes us look like we’re desperately seeking a permission slip from God. I would hate to think that our cause is so weak that we have to exploit religion to justify it. I prefer a Homeland that can stand on its own. I want it to exist in spite of religion – not because of religion. Don’t get me wrong. I do believe in God. I just don’t believe in exploiting God by pulling Him into a side show. Anybody can quote a few verses from the Bible and use it to justify almost anything. We don’t need to stoop that low to make our case. God has already endowed us with the gift of reason upon which to build our cause.
    Thanks for letting me rant,
    Tina.


  7. Me bryan
    Nov 07, 2010

    I have March of the Titans – a history of the white race. It is in a school text book format and should be available to our children. *should


  8. Sanya
    Nov 09, 2010

    “A history of the white race” in terms of slaughter of millions of North, Central and South American Indians beginning with the “Conquista” up to massacre at Wounded Knee? Vietnam war for the “Opium Triangle” control ignited by bogus “Tonkin Bay incident”? Self-eliminating wars, WW1 and WW2, driven and orchestrated by the Jews?
    Occupation of Iraq and Afghanistan lately perversely acquainted by “9-11” scheme?

    And someone call “white nation” the “Titans”? From under which weirdest comprehension that came out?

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