The cover art of Überfolk‘s debut album, Music for Nations, depicts a winding path over hills, focusing the eye on a distant central point, implying a journey towards an ideal. Such a journey nonetheless requires us to traverse over land and soil, through the brush and bramble of earthly life. (more…)
Recently, I took part in a ladies’ roundtable discussion on Red Ice Radio on the topic of whether or not nationalism is hostile to women. Five of us nationalist women made the case for over an hour that nationalism is not a hostile ideology for women. Within about a day, suddenly it seemed like women on the right were being aggressively attacked by (allegedly) right-wing men, claiming women have no place being involved in “politics.” The women who are being relentlessly bullied are those who are taking a public stand, sticking their necks out on the chopping block, in an attempt to put forward a pro-white message. (more…)
A new fad is sweeping though the entire Western world. From America to Australia, people are frothing at the mouth to take part in it. No, it’s not fidget spinners. It’s statues, or more specifically, the destruction of statues.
It started with the Confederate statues in the US, honoring our brethren fallen long ago who fought for a cause they believed in (states’ rights, that is, not slavery). “They’re symbols of racism!” shrieked the establishment Left. (more…)