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Hello Mr. Covington,
 
My name is Mike and I’m from Hazleton, PA. I have read your novel The Brigade and found it very enlightening, informative, inspiring, and entertaining. I now own a copy of A Distant Thunder and I am very much looking forward to reading it. I have also been listening to your Radio Free Northwest podcasts, and I have found them very inpiring as well. I am the person who sent you an email regarding how we should explain racial matters to the younger generations in a constructive way. I have my contact information written below. Feel free to send me anything you like. If there is anything else you would like to know about me, just ask.
 
Thank you for all you have done for our people,
 
-Mike
 

One Comment


  1. phil white
    Jun 23, 2010

    To those of you who are on summer vacation in the Northwest, here is something I learned today.
    Today was the first time anyone critisized the “14 words” sign on the car.
    Some old white biddy, close to 60. I parked on her lot here in Seattle trying to get directions. The 55 year old white lady next door was nice enough to give detailed directions, even while I was wearing my Rebel flag/”border patrol” cap.
    Then as I was going to leave the 60 year old gift card shop owner came out and asked what my sign meant, then said it was offencisve.
    We got into an argument. I was actually spitting mad. She said she was a world citizen and talked about the indians were here first yada yada.
    I had lost it and then said my people cleared the forest, ran off the wolves and built this country.
    She repeated that “Don’t you understand that sign is offensive?”
    Well to cut this short, I should have asked her “What part of it is offensive to you? Is the existence of white people offensive or is white children having a furture offensive?” Her calling the sign offfensive is logically like calling it “racist”, she has no justifiable argument if you frame the issue the way I should have. Lesson learned.

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