Cowardice is a trait of the inferior, a congenital personality defect that one would rightly expect to see prevalent among the extreme Left. Given the demonization of the radical Right, and the manner by which the Left, and particularly Anarchist and Trotskyite street rabble, serve globalization, (more…)
May 3, 2013 Greg Johnson 26 comments
Translations: Czech, Estonian, French
William Pierce’s article “Skinheads and the Law” is a useful point of departure for discussing an important problem with the White Nationalist movement, a problem that I call premature populism.
April 30, 2013 Andrew Hamilton
A.C.A.B. & Romanian Ultras
A.C.A.B. is a subculture acronym frequently employed by skinheads.
An example of its use can be seen in the short video clip “Saga Live in Finland,” filmed at a skinhead bar in Finland in 2007. (more…)
April 30, 2013 William Pierce 1 comment
Skinheads & the Law
I’ve been speaking recently with members of two quite distinct segments of our society, and I want to share with you some of the things I’ve learned. The two segments are policemen and skinheads.
These two groups ought to have a certain sympathy for each other, (more…)
September 3, 2012 Andrew Redmond 3 comments
Street Fighting Man
Action! Race War To Door Wars
Joe Owens was “on the door,” working as a bouncer at a popular Liverpool nightspot called The Garage when three fun-seekers came in: a blind man and his two companions. (more…)
December 30, 2011 Andrew Hamilton 36 comments
One dictionary defines skinhead as a “racist young Caucasian man: one of a group of young Caucasian men with closely-cropped or shaven hair who often have racist or fascist beliefs, and are sometimes violent.”
The word “Caucasian” is incorrect as a synonym for white Europeans, though that is what is meant. Presumably here it implicitly excludes Jews as well, since everyone knows Jews can’t be racist or fascist. (more…)
September 23, 2011 Andrew Hamilton 11 comments
After his purchase of Resistance Records, National Alliance Chairman William L. Pierce told an interviewer that while his own tastes in music ran to Bach and Beethoven (or similar names—I’ve forgotten which) rather than to the Midtown Boot Boys, the latter spoke to the young, “my people,” and it was necessary to engage white youth in a way they understood. (more…)