May 16: HAC on handling the media, Lord Lucan on Muslims, Gretchen on Lebensborn,
and some rebel songs of the Southern variety as opposed to the more usual Irish ones.
Also, Confederate memorial stuff in celebration of North Carolina’s Secession Day,
May 9: What do we do if the Balloon doesn’t Go Up?
May 2: Excerpts from a lengthy interview between HAC and host Rodney Martin on World
View Foundation’s Conversations program.
April 25: HAC raps on the Boston bombings and follows with on a long, Grandpa Simpson-like
anecdote from his misspent youth. Gretchen reviews a book on Dharma. Plus more stuff
about conspiratorial method.
April 18: HAC speaks on the Texas lawyer-whackings, the Boston Baked Bombs, and about
Adolf Hitler and National Socialism; Gretchen reviews a biography of British Fascist
leader Sir Oswald Mosley; and we hear a message from Cyndi Steele.
April 11: HAC talks about the Texas lawyer-whackings and the Conspiratorial Method,
Gretchen expounds on Aryan mummies in Asia, Andy goes all positive on our ass, and
we hear some racial rock music.
April 4: HAC on the Texas shootings and the new “legal” definition of what constitutes
a “threat”; a visitor from Montana speaks; last segment of the panel discussion including
media-slimed Seattle artist Charles Krafft.
March 28: HAC talks about the Colorado assassination of an American prison commandant,
Gretchen reviews a book on Nathan Bedford Forrest, and we hear a panel discussion
on Holocaust revisionism with HAC, Seattle artist Charles Krafft, and Comrades Andy
March 21: HAC dishes on his O.C. Oglevy character, the Colorado shooting, and how
“it” might happen; new migrants Rod and Donald speak; Gretchen reviews a book on
March 14: HAC raps on YouTube and the “sanctity of life,” Andy Donner addresses non-migration
excuses, Olivia talks about the kosher food racket, and HAC comes back to talk about
the Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner.
March 7: Mac raps on Northwest gun laws and non-migration excuses, HAC responds to
John in England and dishes on the Brewington case and the upcoming papal conclave,
Gretchen gets into Germanic mysticism, and then HAC does some more FBI-baiting.
Feb. 28: HAC responds to a British comrade living in his mother’s basement; Gretchen
reviews a book on the Norse Eddas; Andy raps on migration and character; Harold dishes
on the Northwest Volunteers.
Feb. 21: A special podcast from HAC to download and keep it for future reference.
Feb. 14: HAC on the Chris Dorner episode, internet madness, and Northwest Volunteers.
Gretchen on Savitri Devi’s other work. Valentine’s Day-appropriate musical selections.
Feb. 7: HAC raps on Obamacare and literature distribution; Gretchen goes Runic.
Jan. 31: HAC talks about our White version of socialism, Gretchen reviews a book
on the Fourth Way, and back to HAC for some nostalgia from Jan. 30, 1933.
Jan. 24: HAC dances along the line of the dictatorship’s “acceptable parameters of
free speech,” and replays the conclusion of Edgar Steele’s 2008 “State of the Revolution”
Jan. 17: HAC talks about how the Balloon has finally Gone Up, and nobody noticed.
Gretchen reviews a book on Leni Riefenstahl, Olivia talks about Migration, Harold
on this and that.
Jan. 10: HAC on adapting Communist tactics and Movement finance, Gretchen on Savitri
Devi, and Part Two of Edgar Steele’s State of the Revolution speech from 2008.