HAC on refuting the nay-sayers, his alleged I.R.A. sympathies, and Movement burnout. Gretchen reviews a biography of Lady Diana Mosely and Bill White discusses his legal cases in a rare radio interview with American Free Press.
This is another “shortcast,” almost exactly 30 minutes in length. To remind you, these shorts sum up the main points I have been hammering home in Radio Free Northwest for three and a half years, and will save you guys from downloading the nearly 200 individual episodes, unless of course you’re really hooked.
Gretchen reviews Bill White’s book Centuries of Revolution, there’s a clip from one of Edgar Steele’s last internet speeches, while HAC shouts out to some new Oregon comrades and once more beats on skulls full of mush with a baseball bat trying to sink in idea into them.
A lot of Confederate memorial stuff in this one in celebration of North Carolina’s Secession Day, May 16th. HAC advises on handling the media, more from Lord Lucan on Muslims, Gretchen on Lebensborn, and some rebel songs of the Southern variety as opposed to the more usual Irish ones.