Monday, November 22, 2010

Counter-Currents

http://www.counter-currents.com/2010/11/secret-agents/

Joe Bob says check it out.

4 Comments:

Blogger FeminizedWesternMale said...

My comment (which I don't know if it will survive moderation).

Counter-Current readers like this and believe it is true, because, well, they are counter-currents readers. The bigger picture is that a society is not made only of the artsy fartsy intelligentsia, with soft hands and delicate tastes.

If you are going to pro-actively love your people, you need to find ways to break bread with the plummer, the farmer, the builder. This means the former soldier, the Christian, the libertarian, the survivalist, the oathkeeper, the III percenter, the anarchist, the paleocon. Each one of these is over-represented by our people and fights in his own way for something entirely congruent with your vision (or at least, I hope). We are the only group that claims social status by thumbing our nose at our own, as advocated by vanguardists (liberals call it elitism).

I would also add that all of the above groups have actually made more territorial gains (in their way), and would continue onward if Barry Soetoro flipped his “kill switch,” whereas WN expounded here would be almost entirely snuffed out. 007 could always get in contact with M.

Mike

5:52 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think all forget the most important aspect of this discussion, time. Something we are running out of. Time is working against us in every aspect of our cause. We are the only group that has to hide from our own people. Maybe it is time to ask the most important question, WHY! Every other racial group can stand for their own without fear. Any race that cannot stand for its own does not deserve a place at the table. Write or call your representative, question the articles in your local newspaper. Voice your opinion on that advertisement. Avoid giving the enemy ammo by the use of racial slurs. Don’t pass an opportunity to enlighten one of your own people. Simple and easy steps but if you can get one out of a hundred to listen you have made a difference. Stay well away from the costumes and the clowns that wear them. Don’t get caught up in a political view because it doesn’t matter. Only the future of our people counts, nothing else.

Chuck

8:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

In my opinion, chances to reform the system from inside are nil (been tried before in the soviet block many times). The only action we can take is a loooong sabatical and let the society break down on itself under the brilliant guidance of its rulers. Remeber... Don't work for Judah !!! Working hard, creating quality goods and services and paying taxes is against our interests. I know this is against our educational programming. Let the schmucks do the work for us. In the mean time take care of yourself and the loved ones. Use the time for spiritual enlightement and fast food, adult beveratges related activities.

9:48 AM  
Blogger Derek said...

Great website, - very professional. Well done.

Would you be interested in reviewing my new book, please? It is (frankly) a politically incorrect, male chauvinist type of action adventure book.

The book was issued last month. It is called “Come Here...and I’ll Show You” and is available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Google Books. It is being issued first as an e-book. The publishers say they will bring it out in paperback if the e-book sales go well.

The book follows the best traditions of the ‘Pulp novels’ by Mickey Spillane and Raymond Chandler. The similes and metaphors are outrageous; the language is clipped and colloquial. The men are men and the women are damn glad of it.

Needless to say, the women are fast and dangerous, and the hero is a two-fisted man of action.

The book is aimed at the adult male market; the book provides a means for males to escape to some harmless, male orientated entertainment without being made to feel guilty about doing so.

Come Here… and I’ll Show You” is an adventure-thriller. It is not graphic. It is often amusing, often surprising and always entertaining. The action takes place in Thailand, Cambodia and Laos.

At the risk of sounding corny, I would describe the book as a ‘rattling good read for real men.’


Many thanks

With best wishes

Derek Lantin

3:52 PM  

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