Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Radio Free Northwest - March 24th, 2011

Racial Comrades:

The latest episode of Radio Free Northwest is now available for download from the Party website at

In this broadcast I talk about the American attack on Libya, run a belated birthday greeting to Commander Rockwell, and talk about the coming fifth Northwest independence novel with regards to religion and the Demon Weed.



Anonymous brian boru said...

This podcast really struck chord. You articulate what I have always thought about smoking and other personal habits. I began to smoke in my mid thirties, cigars only, and have always enjoyed it since. I am not addicted to tobacco, although I don't doubt that it is not good for one's health, but I really enjoy it. I think that humans have always looked for ways to experience a different perspective by using mind altering substances such as tobacco or alcohol or various narcotics. As you state, the 'authorities' never like this because it means that the people might gain unapproved insights to the reality of existence, or simply because the authorities don't approve of it. I don't know if you know the poem 'The Betrothed' by Rudyard Kipling. It is a great paeon to cigars. Mark Twain also wrote a great note of praise to smoking.
I have always loved the Welsh anthem. It is a thrilling and moving experience to hear it sung at an international rugby match in Cardiff.
Great stuff, as usual.

10:18 AM  
Anonymous John Norman Howard said...

FWIW, I always thought The Hill Of The Ravens was a great book and was probably the most adaptable for screenplay, due to its "who dunnit" nature and manageable scope (i.e., within a 90 to 120 minute time frame) for the screen.

10:26 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What you said about tobacco use in the Northwest Republic is historically reasonable. People tend to reject the morality of their masters in times of upheaval For example, after the collapse of the Soviet Union, pornographic images started appearing in many places and on many items. The old Soviet regime was puritanical in that regard (despite their early revolutionaries believing in free love and an end to marriage). But once gone people made use of the forbidden imagery excessively. The Northwest revolutionaries might in fact view smoking as a way of spitting in the eye of their despised masters.

4:40 PM  
Blogger Luek said...

Hello Harold,

The concept of a white homeland in the Northwest seemed ludicrous about 5 years ago. But now it seems more feasible since the majority elected a nigger for President. The thought of a nigger occupying the White House 5 years ago seemed ludicrous too. Also, who did the neat graphic? Good job!

9:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Best cure for the demon weed:

1. A complete lifting of the restrictions on the 2nd amendment, which never should have existed in the first place.

2. Public announcements saying "Here are examples of illegal drugs. Anyone selling them may be shot on sight without repercussion. If you have stashes of these drugs, turn them in to the nearest police station within 24 hours for amnesty assuming you have not been convicted of selling them which case start writing your last will and testament."

Can't you imagine the scene all over the nation? The initial 'open season' on the scum who turn children into zombies would be a sight to behold in itself. Bye-bye drugs, and no police state needed.

8:58 AM  

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