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I do not know very much of Gary but I do recall him being a principled man. He, as many others of similar mindset, meant well --however much others in our collective Cause disagreed with them. From his politics and persona I saw that he was an upstanding man.
This year has brought some weighty deaths. Strangely enough, a loss that hit me hardest was the passing of Colin Wilson http://www.counter-currents.com/tag/colin-wilson/ This instilled nearly as much anger and resent at Nature as did the untimely death of Jonathan Bowden.
I hope Garry's family and friends recognise his work for the Cause as well as his commitment to his family and friends --for his work, as a Nationalist, was for the Cause but more for their future.
Garry can now at least listen to Bowden's latest fiery speeches in Valhalla --speeches which the Gods cannot subdue and which we are all now waiting for.
In the midst of life we are all in death.
Try and have a relaxing and enjoyable Yuletide then get out the rods in Spring. Seems like that is Dr. GA's orders. ;o)
My sentiments exactly, but some in the Cause scoff at and ridicule this prepping/survivalism and will of course end up regretting their position.
A good start is to watch the plethora of Ray Mears videos on Youtube along with other survivalist/prepping videos. There is a wealth of extremely useful knowledge out there.
The Pathfinder School and Dave Canterbury: http://www.youtube.com/user/wildernessoutfitters?...
Sigma 3 Survival School: http://www.youtube.com/user/sigma3survivalschool
Looks like the NF's Tom Linden is on the ball: http://ukprn.blogspot.co.uk/
Does your knowledge of Ezra Pound extend to modernist literature? In particular, I have a theory that Modernist literature had as an undercurrent a metapolitical essence (see especially W.B. Yeats) that was subsequently dispelled by post-Modernism (deconstructionism).
Your thoughts on this point are most welcome.
Yes, I "well know Anglo" because I am he. Do use the comma, old boy.
Example: I'm always 'paying attention' as you well know, Anglo. (Comma after 'know' to separate the clause.)
Another example: “No dogs please.” Of course dogs please --that's why people keep them. It should be: “No dogs, please.” (To separate the clause.)
Ah, the fun of afternoon boredom.
CC 1 Anglo 1.
Until this evening...
"Only an armed people can be the real bulwark of popular liberty."
You paying attention, CC? ;o)
Yet more false-flag shootings in the States lately, I see. The comments above by Lenin bring a whole new perspective on the Second Amendment and the wish, need, to disarm populations.
Australia and the U.K. went down without a fight and handed in their guns. They are now bereft of any forceful fightback and are left with little pieces of paper upon which they, like illiterate primitives who cannot sign their name, simply put an "X".
The Americans are the last bastion for a real fightback against our enemies. What happens in the States has direct reverberations for the U.K. If they go down, unfortunately so do we. Heaven knows what the state of the U.S. would be like now if they were disarmed; likewise, can you imagine the state of the Middle East, indeed the world, if Hamas and Hezbolla were disarmed and were not the bulwark against Zionist/Israeli expansion?
KEEP YOUR GUNS --KEEP YOUR SANITY. An armed population is the ultimate check and balance on government and keeps it in its box.
"The truth does not fear investigation."
Doesn't that 6 million just keep on a popping up?
Ant-White Racists Get Rumbled in Spectacular E.U. Conference: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embed...
Andrew Brons speaks at 25 mins and Griffin at 30 mins.