Monday, August 22, 2016

Radio Free Northwest - August 25th, 2016

HAC on what might happen in November and an excerpt from a British podcast. Gretchen on Jobbik and Lord Lucan returns from lying doggo.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I sometimes wonder if the younger comrades know who Lord Lucan's namesake is? What he's referring to. It was back in, what, 1971, I think it happened... 45 years ago!

Not to keep anyone younger than 45 in suspense (and in case you are allergic to Google), Lord Lucan was a British aristocrat who apparently killed his children's nanny (clubbed her in the dark) thinking it was his wife (oops!) and then fled the country to avoid capture.

He was never caught. Another aristo friend helped him escape the UK and he was never seen again. Like Elvis, he was "seen" here, there, and everywhere for years. He's been declared dead twice and the last time someone claimed to see him, it turned out to be some kind of hippie. Some say he killed himself soon after fleeing, apparently he drowned himself. But no one really knows what happened to him.

Did Lord Lucan get away with the perfect crime? Seeing as he killed the wrong person, if he did indeed kill her, I guess not. Maybe someday Lord Lucan can comment on... Lord Lucan to give his side of the story!

7:54 PM  
Blogger Luek said...

You are spot on when you say white folks and particularly white males don't have any guts to defend themselves against their genocide. If they did have any "balls" they would have defended they families and future when the federal government invaded Little Rock way back in the day and started their genocide. The 101st Airborne had bayonets and loaded military grade rifles pointed at them and their families and they....BLINKED! instead of fighting back. And the rest is history. But to give credit where credit is due then Governor Orval Faubus deployed the Arkansas National Guard to try to stop the federal rape of the white community. But nothing came of it.

7:52 AM  
Blogger Jack Frost said...

The Lord Lucan incident shows just how efficiently the British are at closing ranks to protect one of their own.

9:55 PM  
Anonymous kerdasi ama said...

He was the seventh Lord Lucan of second creation. The first title was created at the end of the 17th century(by James II) and went extinct shortly afterwards. The first Lord Lucan is a national hero in Ireland and Paddy is one of his legacies to the Irish nation.

An interesting story emerged on the Internet that Lord Lucan hired an ambitious bodybuilder to murder his wife in exchange for a green card(procured through American connections), but he killed the wrong girl by mistake. Lord Lucan went to pieces and finished up in the grave intended for his wife.

2:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

He is quite well known and has his own character on the Simpsons.

2:23 AM  

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