Tag: white racial consciousness
More of . . . A Conversation About Race
A Film by Craig Bodeker
Denver: New Century Productions, 2010
I can’t praise Craig Bodeker’s path-breaking 58 minute documentary A Conversation About Race too highly. As I explained in my TOQ review, it is an excellent tool for getting white people to begin thinking about the most important issue of our time: the preservation of the white race.
In my review of A Conversation About Race, I suggested that Craig Bodeker make more of the raw interviews available. Bodeker’s new DVD More of . . . A Conversation About Race is pretty much what I had in mind.
Translated by Michael O’Meara
Czech translation of this English version: here
“Memory” is a much abused word. But so too is the word “love,” which doesn’t mean it can’t be used in its fullest sense. It’s the force of “memory,” transmitted within the bosom of the family, that enables a community to endure, despite all that seeks its dissolution. (more…)
June 28, 2010 Michael O'Meara
From Nihilism to Tradition:
Dominique Venner’s Histoire et tradition des européennes
May 11, 2008
French translation here
So there is a dirtier word than “nigger,” and that word is “white.”
How else to explain the political establishment’s consternation over Hillary Clinton’s statement in a USA Today interview that she is more electable than Barack Obama because she has more support from working-class white people?
November 5, 2008
The election of Barack Obama as president of the United States is a good thing for white nationalism.
Whites will regain control over our nation and our destiny only when we have a change of consciousness. First, we must again think of ourselves as a distinct ethnic group with distinct interests—interests that often conflict with those of other ethnic groups. (more…)