HAC makes another appearance with radio talk show host Mike Harris. They talk about the death of Nelson Mandela, HAC’s new novel Freedom’s Sons, and interesting topics like “When You Can And Should Shoot A Cop.”
HAC bloviates on the Wafer case in Detroit and the future of the GOP, Lord Lucan raps on Amish hatecrime and working class movements, Gretchen reviews Eric Hoffer’s famous book The True Believer, and then HAC closes with a homily on Movement burnout.
HAC raps on the Bill White sitch and talks about the true meaning of Thanksgiving, Gretchen reviews a critique of Guillaume Faye’s Battle for Europe, Andy winds up his series on White character, and we hear the conclusion of Dr. Revilo P. Oliver’s famous Conspiracy or Degeneracy speech.
HAC on the Craig Cobb fiasco as well as more Northwest Constitutional stuff, Lord Lucan on living with lies, the next installment of Dr. Revilo Oliver’s famous Conspiracy or Degeneracy speech in 1966, and some music from the Romanian Iron Guard.
Gretchen on European Identity youth, Lord Lucan on Fascism as a working class movement, HAC on prisoners and northwestfront.org stats, and the second part of Dr. Revilo P. Oliver’s famous “Conspiracy or Degeneracy?” speech from 1966.
HAC talks about Aryan history, Dr. William Pierce, and Dr. Revilo P. Oliver. Gretchen reviews the Generation Identity book and a new Northwest migrant describes his Homecoming.
HAC and Andy Donner bloviate on White character; audio clips from Dr. Ed Fields, James Mason, and Jack from New Zealand; and a selection of spooky seasonal music for Halloween.
HAC pontificates on the recent publication of Freedom’s Sons and on Ye Olde Goate Dance; historic speeches from J. B. Stoner and Charles Lindbergh, Gretchen on the Easter Rebellion of 1916.
More discussion on Northwest Constitutional issues from HAC plus his Obamacare experience; Gretchen on appealing to “Americans” and Andy Donner on the absence of a professional clergy in Northwest society, and the conclusion of Bill White’s April 2008 Hitler’s Birthday address.
HAC talks about the Constitution and the book publication (finally!) of Freedom’s Sons; guest speakers include Aristotle Darwin, Bill White, and J. B. Stoner.