HAC comments on the latest bibulous Glenn Miller incident; Lord Lucan talks about Jews and Gretchen reviews a Kurt Eggers book; we hear a historic Charles Lindbergh clip, and then HAC and Comrade Charles Martel play Dueling Codgers for the rest of the show.
A shortcast by HAC on the subject of class divisions within the White Nationalist movement.
HAC rants on a number of topics including the Bill White trial judge who seems to be named Methuselah, to employment prospects for young men in the Homeland, to national anarchism, and then he goes all mystical on us. Gretchen reviews a book by an ex-priest who was an SS officer, Andy talks about wanting […]
HAC raps on the Bill White case and religion in the NAR, Gretchen discusses criticism of her last segment, Andy gives us Part 3 of Practical Politics, and Olivia speaks on Northwest Migration.
HAC reads responses to the California kid’s e-mail from last week, Andy delivers Practical Politics Part 2, Gretchen reviews a book on the gods, Olivia talks about her own racial awakening, and HAC tells a story from his own Homecoming and castigates an FBI murder squad for sloppy work.
HAC and radio talk show host Mike Harris converse on the missing airliner, the situation in the Ukraine, and White character (or lack of it.)
HAC gives a young White man career advice and expounds on street-walking and blackout-breaking, we hear from a new migrant in Idaho, Lord Lucan talks about an American labor party, and Olivia analyzes the kosher food racket.
HAC bloviates on the Ukraine, Aryan History, and sex. We hear from an organic migrant and Gretchen on Tom Clancy, while Andy talks about real politics. Nice selection of St Patrick’s day mellows.
HAC on the Ukraine, George Lincoln Rockwell, and long, soulful letters; Gretchen on Adolf Hitler the artist and Lord Lucan on trade unionism, plus part two of the Gerald L.K. Smith speech from last week.
HAC on the Ukrainian coup and reviving the e-mail contact list, Andy on GOP entryism and background checks, plus guest speakers George Lincoln Rockwell, Ezra Pound, and the Rev. Gerald L.K. Smith.