Mark Collett – Book Review – Hammer of the Patriot – Jun 27, 2022 – Transcript

 

[Mark Collett, leader of the pro-White British movement, Patriotic Alternative, Deputy leader Laura Towler, Kenny Smith, Aunt Sally, and Natty review Charles Chapel’s book “Hammer of the Patriot”. The book, published by a new nationalist publisher, Claymore Books, is a practical guide for nationalists in debating anti-Whites in a confident, vigorous manner that results in dominance over opponents.

The Hammer of the Patriot is a must have for any Nationalist living in the modern era. Debates between liberals and Nationalists are not about logic or finding the truth. They are struggles for dominance. They are shows of force. A verbal struggle where strength is the truth.

The purpose of this book is to equip Nationalists with the necessary tools to dominate these arguments and thereby legitimise our arguments in the eyes of the public and positively influence their opinion of nationalism.

Hammer of the Patriot provides clear guidance and notes which will help you navigate through well-worn liberal arguments and suggested Nationalist rebuttals, which will give you the confidence to tackle every sound bite imaginable.

Politics, society, race and many more topics are covered in this handbook on rhetorical counter-terrorism.

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Mark Collett

 

Book Review

 

Hammer of the Patriot

 

Jun 27, 2022

 

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Mark Collett: Hello everybody. And welcome to tonight’s stream. And, of course, it is the final Sunday of the month. So it is Book Club. And tonight we are reviewing Hammer of the Patriot, which is published by Claymore Books.

 

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Now I’m really looking forward to this particular Book Club. And the reason being is this book has been published by Claymore Books. And tonight we’ve got Kenny Smith with us.

 

I’m going to start by introducing him. Because Claymore Books is a nationalist book publisher based here in the United Kingdom. They’re going to be publishing a number of other books that relate to ideology and the struggle here in the UK. So this is really important. Because again, it’s another nationalist business. It’s another business that you can help build, it’s another business that is providing a service to nationalists. But in this case it’s not something you’d maybe use in your everyday life. It’s actually a nationalist service for nationalists, by nationalists. So very, very important.

 

And it is important that if you’re buying these books you buy them from a nationalist source. Obviously if the only place you can get them is Amazon, or Lulu, fair enough. But if you can buy them directly from the publisher that’s a lot better for publishers.

 

So Kenny, obviously we know you from your work with PA, and from your lifetime involvement in the nationalist cause, you’re now running Claymore Books. Would you like to tell us a little bit about Claymore Books and introduce yourself.

 

 

Kenny Smith: Hi Mark. Thank you very much. Yeah, I have been wondering to myself recently if I’m absolutely barking mad, because I have a day job, I’ve got a post in PA that takes up a lot of time I’ve also got a family. And I struggle to fit all these things in, quite often. But I decided to start a business as well! [chuckling] So yeah, I’m not quite sure it was the wisest move in the world. But it is something I’ve wanted the movement to have for a very long time.

 

You and I were involved in the BNP when it was at its height. It was massive! And a lot of money came through the movement, and it fell apart! And there’s nothing left to show. Not a printer. Not a business. Nothing!

 

And what we’re doing in PA is very, very different. We’re encouraging the nationalist movement to act like a proper community. To build businesses. To work with each other and support each other.

 

And for me one of the biggest aspects of that is education. I think we failed previously when we were part of the BNP. In that we got lots of people involved, to get involved with the politics. But we didn’t get the families involved like you did a normal community. And we didn’t educate them to stay in the struggle.

 

So I have been working with quite a lot of people behind the scenes. And we’ve got a fabulous team at Claymore. And we decided just to go for it! And start getting back into print books that are hard to get. As you’re aware, Amazon, and Lulu, and places like that, have shut down access to nationalist publishers.

 

So we just did, you know, really what Laura did with Grandma Towler’s. And decided:

 

“We’ll just do it ourselves!”

 

And so far it’s working well. I am seem to be pushed for time a lot. But we’ve got a fabulous team. Some folk in England, some folk in Wales, and a couple of guys in Scotland. And we’re all doing it for the good of the moment. And I’m really excited that you guys have chosen to review our first book tonight.

 

 

[5:02]

 

Mark Collett: Well it’s a real pleasure having you here Kenny. And, as I said, it’s always even better when we are pushing something that is a product, as I said, by nationalists for nationalists! It’s a business that primarily is geared to our needs, run by our people, for our people. So absolute pleasure to have you here tonight.

 

Now let’s go around the group. Obviously it has been the weekend. Different people would have been doing different things. And we’re going to start with Laura, because she is next to Kenny on the screen. Laura. How are you doing? Have you had a good weekend? And did you enjoy the book? And what was your first impression of it.

 

Laura Towler: Hi everyone. Yes I had a good weekend. Thank you and I did enjoy the book I actually bought this when it went live, when Claymore books went live and this book was out to support Kenny and his publishing company.

 

And I sped through! It’s quite a short book. It’s, how many pages? Let me see. 150 pages. So you can read it really fast. But it’s one of those that you just pick up when you want a response to something. So this book for anyone who’s not read it, it teaches you how to argue from a nationalist perspective.

 

But, rather than filling your head with a load of statistics, and a load of sort of like logical rebuttals, it teaches you how to use force. And it’s more of a battle for dominance, rather than a battle for facts. Obviously [chuckling] we have facts on our side as well.

 

But so, for example, do you remember when Tommy Robinson went on TV with Piers Morgan. And Piers Morgan were calling him all these names. And Tommy Robinson were like:

 

“Oh no! I’m not! No, I’m not! No I’m not!”

 

And he was defending himself. The audience are watching that and thinking to themselves:

 

“Well, Piers is in power there.”

 

So what this book does is it teaches you to be in power and put the other person on the back foot. So it doesn’t have things like:

 

“Well, actually that’s wrong. Because these are the correct statistics.”

 

They’re not the kind of arguments it has. It has stuff where you put your opponent in their place, and mock them, and humiliate them. And you can actually be quite brutal with them, as well. And it’s like a battle for dominance and power. And the idea is that if somebody’s watching, they’ll see you as a winner and want to side with you.

 

So it’s a really good book. You can just pick it up and, if you need an answer to a certain question there are some in there. And I like a lot of them there are some of them that I wouldn’t use. I think I’d say something else. But I do think there is something for everyone in there.

 

The only criticism I will have. And it’s not actually a criticism, it’s just by chance. But it is from an American perspective. So some of the responses they don’t really count for us. So, for example, when someone says:

 

“Oh! You invaded someone else’s land.”

 

And there were immigrants, or there weren’t natives there already. Obviously as an American you’d have a different response to a British person. So that’s the only criticism that have really, but 90 and 95 percent of the answers in there are relevant. So yeah, it’s really good. And I’ll pass back to you Mark.

 

Mark Collett: Well, our next guest on the panel tonight is the lovely Aunt Sally. But wait a second! Aunt Sally used to be the Queen of technical issues. But she now has a world-class, professional microphone and headset set up. So I’m hoping tonight we’re going to have the first night of absolutely perfect audio from Aunt Sally!

 

And take it away Aunt Sally! Did you enjoy the book? Did you have a good weekend. And what are your initial impressions?

 

[10:00]

 

Aunt Sally: Oh hello everybody. I did have a good weekend. Yes, it’s weird now I’ve got this microphone. I hope the sound’s coming through really well.

 

Laura Towler: It’s really good. It’s really clear.

 

Aunt Sally: Good. It’s like I still want to lean all over it like I used to before with the computer, when I was using the mic on the computer. I used to lean on it. And it was terrible. But yeah. Thank you for this Mark. I’ve forgotten the other question. Did I enjoy the book? Yeah, I really did, I really did. I’m too old, I’m not into debating. But there’s some really good sound bites in there for when you do come up against somebody. Like, I’ve had family members argue with me, and this has really good sound bites. So yeah, I really enjoyed it. Thank you.

 

Mark Collett: Okay. Absolutely wonderful audio there! As clear as a black bird song. And finally last, but certainly not least, is Natty. Did you have a good weekend my friend? What have you been up to? Did you enjoy the book? And what were your initial impressions?

 

Natty: Hi guys. Yes, I’ve had a fantastic weekend. Been at a rowing competition in Plymouth on Saturday, followed by, …

 

Mark Collett: Did you win?

 

Natty: Oh, sorry. What was that Mark?

 

Mark Collett: Did you win?

 

Natty: We didn’t, no. We got knocked out in the semi-finals unfortunately.

 

Mark Collett: Oh! Gutted mate! Gutted! I wouldn’t have put my money on you, anyway mate! I wouldn’t put my money on you anyway!

 

Natty: Well [chuckling] I wasn’t rowing, I was coxing. So that’s probably why we didn’t win. If I’d been in the boat, you know, big arms, big shoulders, we would have won.

 

Mark Collett: Yeah mate, you are impressively built. So why were you just hiding in there giving orders like, …

 

Natty: Unfortunately the way the crews had to be stacked. It was a mixed championship. So it was girls and boys in the boat, and we didn’t have any more experienced coxes. So I had to take the reins, unfortunately, but still, it was good fun. It was good fun. And it was a good weekend.

 

And I went to a festival last night. A local festival down here in Cornwall called Tunes in the Dunes, which was good fun. I didn’t drink too much. Had a good night, and gave some friends a lift home, so very, very, very non-degenerate weekend, thankfully.

 

As for the book, this is fantastic! We’ve covered a lot of books on the Book Review. And most of them have approached things from our perspective in different ways. I remember The Transgender Industrial Complex. I’m sure you can all remember that book. That was a slog to get through, although it was packed with information and various parts of the puzzle.

 

I’m looking up at my shelf now. We have Edward Dutton’s, Making Sense of Race. These are really educational books. So really help put things into place in your mind Hammer of the Patriot is almost like being back in secondary school. It’s like a textbook.

 

And for anyone who’s ever gonna run into debates, or it even thinks about getting into debates with lefties, or the kind of disingenuous people you find on the internet, even in the media, or politicians.

 

Just as an aside, some of the responses that Mark, yourself, and Laura, have put together. And some of the regional guys have done, to media attacks on PA, have included responses such as leave absolutely no room, no equivocating, they’re not rolling over like Laura said, Tommy Robinson style. And saying:

 

“No! No! We’re not racist! No! No! We’re not this! Stop! Stop!”

 

You know, full-on dominate, dominate the response! Leave no room for them to kind of pick things out and make you look weak. And this book is brilliant at giving you the tools in your mind to do that. So I can’t recommend it enough!

 

And if I’d had this book before I’d started making groipe calls, I’m sure they would have been at least some order of magnitude more effective, and more engaging to listen to. So unfortunately this book comes to me slightly too late. But I was happy to buy it as soon as Claymore Books got off the ground. So mine’s not review copy, either. I purchased this one, and I’m happy to do so and I recommend, before we finish, I recommend that everyone else does the same thing.

 

Mark Collett: Okay! Well, as, you know, I’m not really a reader. I’m not somebody who enjoys reading. I’m not somebody who can sit down for hours going through a book. And as in the past I have been quite critical of some of the longer books, and quite enjoyed some of the shorter books.

 

And I’m a fan of what is known as a “toilet book”! And a toilet book is not a book that should be flushed down the toilet! But is a book that you can, in fact, read on the toilet. Now that means you can pick it up, you can leaf through it. And you can pull out bits of information that you need, or read a couple of pages at a time, put it back down, and then pick it up a little bit later, without losing your place in the book, or forgetting where you are.

 

[15:08]

 

I remember I once wrote a Stephen King novel, called Needless Things, or something needless things. It was a needless things, as I didn’t finish it. It was called Needful Things. I did enjoy it. But the chapters were so long that it just took so much effort to read them. And if you tried to read a chapter in multiple parts and sleep on it, you’d kind of have to jump back a few pages to remember what you read.

 

And this is the very opposite of that this is like a handbook that you can pull little bits of information out of and if you wanted you could read it in one session, or you could read it in 100 little sessions, as I said, like a toilet book, and you wouldn’t lose anything either way. And that gets my thumbs up! That initially makes me very happy. So if you haven’t got a lot of time you can buy it. It’s quite a short book as well, which is good.

 

It’s not a book which is padded out with rubbish. It is all killer, no filler! This isn’t a book that’s just padded out with extra bits that you don’t need. And it’s one of the few books we’ve reviewed on book club that actually covers something that people always ask me.

 

Now when I started doing my long form shows. And by long form, I mean, the shows like This Week On The Alt-Right [TWOTAR], which then morphed into PWR. And I remember doing those shows. And I always get asked, still to this day, get asked:

 

“Mark, how do you present an argument? How is it best to talk to our people? How can we introduce our ideas to normies, in the best way possible?”

 

And that’s something that’s very important. And I think this book answers that question. This book helps anybody who is sat around a dinner table, … Now I would say this is primarily sort of about debates between liberals and nationalists. And that’s what it says on the back. It says:

 

“Debates between liberals and nationalism, not about logical finding the truth. Their struggles for dominance.”

 

But how many people do you know, or you might even be one of these people, who sat at a dinner table with friends, or relatives. And somebody at the table will pick an ideological fight with you. Somebody at the table will, I’m not going to say kick off, but start throwing insults at you, or jibes, or trying to rip you apart in front of the other guests.

 

Now this is the book you need to read to answer that person! This is the book that gives you an answer to everything. And it doesn’t give a dry answer. And by a dry answer. I mean, it doesn’t answer everything with oodles of statistics.

 

Now statistics are good, because they back up your point. But they’re very difficult to remember. You know, think back to being at school. If you went into an exam, and you had to remember sort of a list of percentages, or statistics, or pure facts, that’s very difficult to do. But remembering a theory, then applying that theory to an example that’s posed to you in an exam paper, is much, much easier.

 

And I felt that this book totally strays away from, well 13% [blacks] commit 56% [crime] kind of thing. And instead goes towards arguments that I would use. Short analogies, little quips. Things that you could say to people that would make everyone at the table laugh! That would make everyone at the table see your point of view. And without being rude you would actually manage to demean the person you’re arguing with. And that’s very important, because nationalists have spent years being very, very polite, and being on the defensive.

 

When I debate people I’m not particularly polite. And I’m not ever on the defensive. I’m always on the offensive! I’m always looking to silence them, to talk over them, to push our points. Because that’s how you win those debates.

 

And somebody so rightly said tonight when Tommy Robinson ended up with Piers Morgan, he allowed Piers Morgan to bully him. And I wouldn’t have done that. I would have come back with something cutting. I’d have come back on the attack.

 

And I’ve got to say this, because it’s topical at the moment and not everyone will like the guy. But at the moment in the news there’s a guy called Mick Lynch. I don’t know how many of you are sort of familiar with this guy. He is the head of, or the leader of the RMT Union. He’s doing the rounds at the moment justifying the rail strikes, because they’re causing a lot of pain for normal people. But he believes in his cause.

 

And I’m not saying whether his cause is right, or wrong. But he is a master at debating! He’s a master at humiliating people! And he completely humiliated Piers Morgan the other day, on Piers Morgan’s new show. To the point where Piers Morgan is basically blocking anyone on Twitter who’s mentioning it. Because everyone’s laughing at him and roasting him. And that’s the kind of thing that nationalists need to do.

 

And I’m going to say this and this will probably please Kenny more than anyone. It might please a few other people listening. But if Nick Griffin [chuckling] had read this book, or had this book before his disastrous Question Time performance, we could be living in a very different timeline now!

 

Because when nationalists go out to debate they have to be able to quip. They have to be on point. They have to be able to present their ideas in a very, very emotional way that pulls on people’s heart strings, gets people laughing at the person they’re debating with, and fundamentally connects on a level deeper than just dry facts and figures.

 

And as such, I’ve got to say, and I usually leave my recommendations to the end. I’d recommend this to anybody who has asked the question on PWR, or TWOTAR before it:

 

“Mark how do I sell our ideas to the public? How do I sell nationalism to people around the family dinner table?”

 

Well, this is how you sell it! It’s a phenomenal handbook. And if you want to get on the debate scene. If you want to be a public face of a nationalist movement, if this isn’t in your library, you’re doing yourself a disservice.

 

Now let’s go around the group and we’ll discuss the book in a little bit more detail. Kenny, obviously you are not Charles Chappelle, or Chapel, or however he pronounces it. Do you actually know the author?

 

[22:20]

 

Kenny Smith: No I don’t. He’s a French Canadian, who is in a bit of bother with the authorities over there at the moment. And has not basically responded to any attempts of communication. So I have got a section in The Forward, where we’re basically saying:

 

“Get in touch. We love your work. We’ve republished it, because it’s impossible to get. And we’ll sort you out if you’re wanting royalties from it.”

 

So yeah, we’re putting it back into service, because it is such a great book.

 

Charlie Big Potatoes was the first man to tell me about it. And said that he’s one of these newer guys in the movement who is fantastic at debates, as well. He’s taking on Muslims and lefties and all sorts, and always done fantastically well. And he does it with a smile on his face! He doesn’t lose his cool. And some of his put downs are fantastic!

 

And I was talking to him about it, and he recommended this book. And we could only get PDFs on the internet. So I tried for months reaching out to this fella, we knew who he was, and just had no response. But I think it may be to do with his legal bother. So maybe when that’s resolved he’ll get in touch.

 

But yeah, for me, this book does all these things. Debates as mean [words unclear] has said to me, one of the chaps from PA Talk, where we refine points among friends, this book teaches us that the enemy is there to be crushed! And that’s what we have to do!

 

Their arguments are repetitive. They are the same all the time. They look for victimhood status, they rely on emotions and feelings. And quite often mask their true agenda. And that usually gets unmasked when they’re dealing with us, because they become extremely hostile. And we can use that to our advantage. And this book is brilliant for teaching that.

 

And one point I’d like to pick up what Laura said earlier. Yes, this book does come from a North American perspective. I think the author’s French-Canadian. And when they talk about things like:

 

“Oh, you Americans, you stole the Indians’ land!”

 

We can still use that same argument, and that same idea, the rebuttals that are in this book. Because from a UK perspective, we get told about colonialism. We get told about:

 

“Oh you went to India and you stole the land! And you stole these resources! And you treated people abysmally!”

 

It’s all nonsense. But this book is more about teaching the methods of how to deal with these people. And that really they’re quite repetitive in their arguments. There is a pattern to it. And we just have to tailor our response to deal with that.

 

So there’s a lot of things in the book that do come from a North American perspective. They’ve got a different constitution from us. And the Right wing is very religious as well. And you see elements of that in the book. But it’s the way we deal with these things. And with the way we respond with these things, on the front foot. And quite often what I love is just it’s the combativeness of it! It’s being aggressive and standing up, just as you were saying.

 

And you had to go back to touch on that Question Time. That was one of the lowest points in the movement for me. And something with that if he had brought this approach, would have been absolutely fantastic! Because nationalism should promote dominance, should promote confidence, because what we’re saying is standing up for our people! We shouldn’t be cowed and apologizing for anything! And this book is brilliant.

 

[26:40]

 

Mark Collett: So I’m going to go around the group now and say, what was your favourite, like going through this, obviously some of the talking points you might know, some of you wouldn’t. What was your favourite talking point in this book? And we’ll start with you Laura.

 

Laura Towler: Oh gosh! I’m not sure if I have a favourite one. I’ll just read out some of the headings. So that the audience can get an idea of what’s covered. So there’s politics. So nationalism, democracy, freedom, capitalism, and Libertarianism, use of violence, and helping the Third World. And then we’ve also got things like feminism, religion, homosexuality. And then there’s a chapter called “other perversions”. And then there’s a race chapter. So racial differences, diversity, jews, White genocide, White pride. And then there’s a miscellaneous chapter at the back.

 

[Image] Table of Contents of an earlier version (V 1.3) of the book.

 

So it covers everything really! And they are topics that we talk about. So I think it was a good few months ago now that I read it. So I can’t remember which arguments come from this book and which ones were from other places. But any topic that you will get into a debate regarding as a nationalist, it’s covered in this book. So yeah, that’s how I’ll answer. I’ll pass it back.

 

Mark Collett: Okay. Natty over to you.

 

Natty: Yeah, I was going to let Sally go first. But I don’t really have a favourite rebuttal to a single argument.

 

But one of the best chapters, well. One of the best sections in here is the rebuttal to human rights. And it’s very topical at the moment, because in this country we’ve got the whole channel crossing illegal migrants in dinghies, pony show with the ensuing flights to Rwanda. But again, it’s just theatre. And some of the underpinning political arguments are focused around the human rights issue.

 

And then in America, which I know this book is kind of more geared towards, although it only shows in a very, very few areas, the whole Roe vs Wade retracting in the Supreme Court. Human rights, again just before I go into this. The rebuttals to these arguments. The arguments may be one sentence long, okay.

 

So for instance, if I just turn to a random page here:

 

“Argument: You’re being racist!”

 

That’s it. And then the rebuttal is maybe two sentences. So there’s a few rebuttals here that you could just use. Number one:

 

“Everyone’s racist! We all understand that there are different kinds of people, and we treat them differently. It’s just that some people are comfortable with that, and accept it as part of life. And others feel guilty and are in denial!”

 

That’s it! That’s an argument against you, and a rebuttal you can use. And there’s a couple more rebuttals in here.

 

The point is, for most of these subjects, it’s covered in such a way that you don’t have to know. The replies are instinctual. And with human rights, the whole human rights section of the book, it leans into the fact that it’s just who holds power. Human rights is just this invention by Europeans to ensure that we try and treat each other nicely, and decently.

 

[30:08]

 

And when you try and map it on to Africans, or South Americans, or people who have no concept of what our idea of human rights is, it just becomes a power struggle. A power game of those in power what you can impose on those who aren’t in power.

 

And to point that out to people, especially now. And for most of the topics, and most of the kind of 24-hour news cycle focuses around something that will involve the base argument about what we can do to each other, and what we can’t do to each other, due to human rights. It’s really good on just being able to take that stuff apart and rip into people who use it as a shield against policies that hurt White people, and hurt Europeans.

 

Mark Collett: Okay. Sally did you have any particular favourite parts of the book? Was there anything in the book that you thought was really sort of eye-opening for you in the way it was presented?

 

Aunt Sally: Yes. Definitely. I’ve got so many notes, because the others have read the book before. But I’ve read it this last week. And I’ve got so many notes on it.

 

But I think the chapter on society was my favourite. I’ve actually written that down and there’s so many notes just from that. But the feminists put downs I thought were really good. There’s one here:

 

“Women are oppressed by men.”

 

“You must really have contempt for women if you think they’re these fragile, spineless, children, who must be protected from men by government regulations. And you really must have a dark view of men if you think they will conspire for thousands of years to keep women in servitude, while living with them, raising children with them, and growing old together! I think you’re a completely disconnected from reality! You seem to hold everyone in contempt!”

 

I like that one! Yeah. There’s so many I’ve got there.

 

Natty: It’s funny isn’t it? Because loads of these responses, quite a few of them, have this kind of humourous edge to them as well. And if you think about, I mean because I know that these people as well. If you think about the way Charlie Big Potatoes argues, or the Ayatollah, or even Mark, and Laura, they’ve got slightly different styles.

 

But you can see where the strengths are. And Charlie’s ability to laugh off quite pointed, or attacking questions. Or the Ayatollah’s aggressiveness! When he goes on someone who’s just being like rabidly anti-White.

 

So it’s having that aggressive response that makes someone feel really stupid! When you read that in the responses, is like humourous as well as enjoyable to listen to.

 

Aunt Sally: Yeah. I mean, there was another one as well, I really liked. Well, I can’t find him.

 

Natty: Well, I’ll just say while you’re looking for it. I know Mark you said about the dining room table and maybe someone attacking you for your nationalist beliefs, while you’re sitting around the table. But most of us will have been, like you said, most of us would have been in that situation.

 

But even when you’re like a school kid you could probably remember a time when there was a group of you standing around. And maybe you’re getting roasted for something, or maybe you’re the one doing the roasting. And you feel so small, and you’re getting like laughed at, whatever it is. And it doesn’t have to be, I’m not saying it’s like a bullying thing. But you’re being dominated verbally for whatever reason.

 

The ability to kind of change it around and then bring the audience back onto your side, this is what that book is about! Because it’s not so much about educating whoever you’re arguing with. The book recognizes that it’s going to be someone who’s arguing with you in bad faith, and is attempting to make you look bad, make you look like an evil person, and to attach all these labels to you.

 

The idea is to just bring whoever’s listening onto your side, and make them look stupid! And make them look foolish! Make them look evil! And everything that they’re trying to you is just put it right back on to them. Like you said, without the use of statistics, or graphs, or studies, the famous Vaush and Destiny claims:

 

“Have you got a study to back that up? Have you got a study to back that up?”

 

Well, it just bypasses all of that.

 

So it’s an enjoyable thing to read. Like I said, it’s a textbook to have this on hand if you were going to go into a Telegram debate. Even if you were just to go into oneness practice, look at some of the arguments in there, and say, one of the Tommy Robinson chats, or maybe the Reverend Simon Sideways’ chat. And then just go through and formulate and look through this book and have a look the kind of things you would respond to.

 

[35:02]

 

Aunt Sally: I found that one that I was just saying:

 

“Good and bad depends on culture. You’re just Eurocentrist!”

 

And rebuttal is:

 

“I judge things according to European values, European ethics, and European culture! You can call that Eurocentrist, if you want. What values are you using to judge the world? Chinese Taoism? The tribal laws of the Bantu? We better settle this before moving on.”

 

And then there’s a reply:

 

“I’m a humanist. I don’t require Eurocentric views.”

 

That would be their reply. And yours is, I like this:

 

“Humanism is the most European ideology there is! Good luck finding humanists in the jungles of the Congo, or mountains of Peru!”

 

I like that one. Yeah, I’ve got so many notes on it. And you have to memorize these things I’m gonna read this book over, and over, again. And probably highlight the most common things. Like the common one, which is:

 

“There’s good and bad in all races.”

 

And all that sort of thing. Just work work my way through the book and save the best responses, and adapt them to my own.

 

Kenny Smith: I think that’s the nail on the head Sally. The key is not just to memorize word for word what’s in these rebuttals, it’s to tailor them to your own needs, in their own unique circumstances, depending who you’re debating with.

 

My personal favourite from the whole book is quite early on. But where it says that the argument is:

 

“The whole world is becoming multi-ethnic. It’s the future! Get used to it!”

 

And the rebuttal is:

 

“The world is not becoming multi-ethnic! White countries are becoming multi-ethnic, and nowhere but White countries! And the average White person is intelligent enough to know that they have been displaced by these immigrants. Only degenerate weaklings would embrace that, and get used to it!”

 

I absolutely love that! And I used that oh dozens of times on Twitter before I finally got banned. And pretty much every time they responded to, I mean, I was putting in things like that like “limp wristed, degenerate, weakling”, and things like that [chuckling]. And that ended up is what they would focus on. So they would attempt to change the debate away from the fact that it’s only in White countries and pick on that, I would call them weak. And I said:

 

“No, never mind how weak you are, you tell me that this is happening in black countries, or Asian countries?”

 

And the book is full of wee devastating things like that. But it’s tailoring them to your own needs and depending on who you’re debating with that’s the key. Learn the rules, learn the pattern. And then do what suits you.

 

Natty: Can I just expand, just very quickly, just cap off what you were saying there Kenny?

 

Mark Collett: You and Sally, go for it! You sound like you’ve both got loads of notes. I mean, I find it fascinating hearing what you said. Because obviously I spend a lot of time doing these big debates and things like that. And Laura does as well. So hearing from people who don’t engage in that kind of thing. And what you found off the book is fascinating. So both of you please carry on.

 

Natty: Yeah, I just wanted to just Mark what Kenny said there. This is from the conclusion. And the conclusion is only, a page and a half. It says, and this is something that we should all remember. I mean, you can have this book, or not have this book. But this is something that should be instilled into anyone who’s even interested in this subject, like Kenny was saying:

 

“Make no mistake! The overwhelming majority of Whites are concerned about the waves of hostile immigrants flooding into their country. They are also horrified at the degeneracy being promoted on television and in movies. They are silent, because they believe they are alone and isolated. But that is where we come in.”

 

And then it goes on from there. But that’s just to kind of say what you’re saying there Kenny is true. We’re not alone, but people feel isolated. So to be able to say this stuff, and say it proudly, clearly, with purpose, whilst at the same time making making our enemies look stupid, is no small thing!

 

Aunt Sally: There’s another one there, as well, that I really liked. This is really common one:

 

“Diversity is our strength!”

 

And the rebuttal is:

 

“Which group is stronger? A group of strangers speaking different languages, or a close-knit family?”

 

You can’t argue. Who can argue with that?

 

Natty: That’s even smaller. That’s an even shorter response than the normal one.

 

Aunt Sally: That’s my note. So that’s probably me abbreviating it.

 

Natty: No the usual response to that is about the football team. And if you’ve got a football team where everyone’s doing their own thing, versus a football team where they’re all working together, who’s gonna who’s gonna win? But the response in here is even shorter, and more succinct, more appropriate.

 

[39:58]

 

Aunt Sally: Yeah. I mean, reading the book I found myself wondering if you’d written the book, Mark. And if you and Laura had written the book, because it’s a definite masculine style of debating in the book. When Laura debates, and I watch all your debates, you are Laura, what’s it? You call her a hammer in a sock, a sledgehammer in a sock. Because she comes out, …

 

Mark Collett: A lead hammer in a silk glove [chuckling]! It’s a snooker ball in a sock, Aunt Sally!

 

Natty: [Laughter] Sorry!

 

Natty: You’ll be in a prison beating with a snooker ball in a sock!

 

Aunt Sally: What was I thinking? I think I watched the film Scum a couple of weeks ago. Yeah, I forgot what I was gonna say now. But when Laura debates you come out with you have these facts and figures in your head to throw at them. It’s a more feminine way I think of doing it is having the facts and figures, because no one can argue with them. Whereas Mark you are quite aggressive when you debate.

 

But I like the gentle path, the gentle way that Laura does it. But I’d love to see that sort of book written by you too. And that’s why I kept wondering, like what would Laura say? And what would Mark say to this sort of, …?

 

Mark Collett: Yeah, well there’s one thing I really liked in the book. My favourite was this. It says:

 

“Argument: If something is done between two consenting adults is none of society’s business.”

 

“Rebuttal: If two consenting adults make a campfire in the privacy of their own bedroom, it’ll definitely be society’s business when the house burns down, and damages the surrounding buildings. People these days have no sense of responsibility. Acts have consequences!”

 

“Reply: What consequence does it have if two people do S&M stuff?”

 

“Rebuttal: People with mental problems need to seek help, if they don’t, it will be a bad influence on society!”

 

Now I found that really humourous. And I think the campfire analogy is pretty funny! And I think that’s the kind of thing that I like, because when you get people laughing, it’s hard to dislike somebody, who makes you laugh.

 

And I remember watching a debate. I actually forget what the guy’s name was. And I feel really bad saying that now, because he’s a really hilarious guy. He used to help nationalists with their IT work. And he’s got a funny name which is sort of an abbreviation of a name. He’s a well-known hacker, and internet trouble causer. I forget his name. It’ll come back to me. He had a really interesting YouTube channel at one point which has now been taken down.

 

And I remember seeing him in this debate on whether you should wrap your children in cotton wool. And he was coming out with stuff. And it was just so funny, everyone was laughing! And the people that were trying to belittle him then, couldn’t! Because the audience was just thought he was so funny. That from that point, they couldn’t help but like him.

 

And I think that has a real level of effectiveness. And laughter is sometimes underestimated. And this did give me a few chuckles during reading it. And I think that is something that is really important.

 

[43:26]

Laura Towler: Mark did you read this before you and I debated those two young American lads?

 

Mark Collett: Oh, no, no! That night, …

 

Laura Towler: Because you were brutal that night!

 

Mark Collett: I was brutal. And I’ve got to say they were two absolute divs. And the things they were saying, … What they were trying to do was bring an argument down to a level where it can’t be won. So we would say something like:

 

“Look, when it comes down to it, if you grow your population endlessly there is going to be a greater fight for resources.”

 

There’s going to be a greater level of scarcity. And, as you increase scarcity prices always rise. And obviously we’ve seen that in the UK. We’ve seen a huge rise in house prices as the population booms. I mean, last year alone, Boris Johnson let in a million people!

 

Well, if you’re letting in a million people the argument is some of them will leave. Well they might do. But while they’re living here they’re all going to need a place to live. Well, if every year a million extra people are needing places to live in the UK, that is going to cause a massive scarcity of rental properties, of land, of houses on the housing market. And all of that will drive prices up. That’s a common sense argument.

 

So when somebody comes back at you with:

 

“Oh, do you have a learnt report from an anti-White university to back up that idea?”

 

The answer is not to get bogged down in that. That’s just to then insult the person, belittle them, and call them out for being an idiot.

 

Because, if you actually go down their road and start looking for a learnt report from Finkelstein and Shekelberg, that backs up the common sense argument, pro tip! There isn’t going to be one! And they will keep saying things like:

 

“Hey! We’ve got a peer-reviewed paper that backs our ideas up!”

 

Well yeah, Dr Shekelberg has come up with this crazy idea that the more people living in an area, actually, that reduces house prices, because, reasons! And then he passes it to Mr Finkelstein, who peer reviews it, and says:

 

“You know what Shekelberg? I’ve never heard such a brilliant theory! House prices are pushed down the more people come into an area!”

 

Well, that’s your peer-reviewed paper. It’s written by somebody, and reviewed by somebody, who have an activistic hatred for people of European descent! And once you’re in that playpen, once you’re in that ring, of arguing based on who can find the most peer-reviewed papers from anti-White institutions that back up anti-White ideas, well, no nationalists winning that argument! It’s impossible to win that argument!

 

Because the argument is stacked against you, because there’s nobody at university who agrees with us. Well there might be a couple of people. But they’re certainly not writing papers. And if they did they’d never achieve peer-reviewed status. Because they’d be putting forward talking points that the people who run the universities don’t want to talk about! And that’s why I made the point during that debate, and a lot of people:

 

“Oh Mark! You weren’t professional! You didn’t have all you didn’t have all your peer-reviewed papers there!”

 

Well, that’s because there isn’t any. And I did say during that these are the kind of things where if I say:

 

“Grass is green.”

 

There will be somebody at this university who says:

 

“No! It’s blue!”

 

And they’ll find somebody to back it up. They’ll say.:

 

“Yeah, it’s blue.”

 

And I’ll sit there saying:

 

“Well, I can see it’s green. Everyone can see it’s green. This is observable to anyone. It’s a common sense point, but the peer review papers say the opposite!”

 

And that’s why this book’s important, because it doesn’t get bogged down in that naval gazing! Where you’re actually looking for something that you’ll never find, because no nationalist will ever ever find one of these peer-reviewed papers that backs up their point.

 

Because the people writing them hate us! And they’re not real science! They’re not real academia! Because academia and science has now been completely captured by people who are pushing an agenda. So when the science, or the academia, doesn’t back up their feelings, and their political viewpoint, it just gets absolutely discarded.

 

That’s why you’ve got entire sections of science such as race and IQ, the link between IQ and civilizational development, that have just been developed over, you know, decades, or centuries, but have just been completely thrown aside within a short number of years, because they don’t fit the current political views of those running institutions. So again, that’s why I find this book so interesting.

 

And also I do kind of like being brutal to people when I debate them. And the reason I like being brutal, and just humiliating them, and getting the audience laughing, is because when you look at Piers Morgan, and people like that, usually they do win their debates.

 

And how do they win them? Well they don’t always win them by putting over the best talking points. They win them by getting their opponents on the back foot. And unfortunately I’ve seen numerous nationalist leaders get to the highest pinnacle of TV representation, whether that be GMTV in the morning, or Question Time in the evening, and completely crack!

 

Because instead of coming out swinging, they go on the defensive. Now ultimately you’re never, ever, going to win a fight by putting up your hands and hoping to block every blow coming in, or dodge every blow coming in. The only way you win a fight is by landing blows yourself. And every nationalist that has been schooled in debate. And they’ve been just they’ve been schooled by somebody who’s told them:

 

“You will win by being the nice guy, and going out there and being meek and mild and playing the victim, and being kicked around for 45 minutes.”

 

Well, that’s not the right kind of schooling. That’s bad advice! And this book gives the opposite it! Gives good advice. And I think it’s certainly got me laughing.

 

Aunt Sally, you said you’ve got loads of notes. So I do want to hear these notes, because in the past sometimes you haven’t been able to say all the things you’ve wanted to say due to technical issues. But tonight we have no technical issues.

 

Aunt Sally: Oh, I’m just looking at the moment. Hang on.

 

Kenny Smith: While Sally’s hunting, can I just say, Mark, you’d actually spot on there! I’ve heard for years “the truth will prevail” mantra. And it’s utter tripe! It doesn’t! You have to win and dominate the argument.

 

Mark Collett: Well, I remember seeing Nick Griffin on Question Time. And they kept asking him about the “Holocaust”. And he kept coming out and saying:

 

“Oh, I can’t say. I can’t say. If I say something about the “Holocaust” I could be extradited to Germany, I could be extradited to Germany.”

 

And he thought that was a good argument. So he had Jack Straw on the panel, who was the Home Secretary. Jack Straw said:

 

“I promise you. I give you my word, as Home Secretary, that you can say whatever you want for the next 45 minutes, and I will make sure you are not prosecuted. Tell us what you really think.”

 

Now that was a dangerous thing for Jack Straw to say, because Jack Straw was saying:

 

“Do as you please.”

 

But at that point, Griffin was exposed! Because he wasn’t saying, I’ll be extradited to Germany, I’ll be extradited to Germany, because he really thought he’d be extradited to Germany! He was saying that, because he didn’t want to answer the question. And Jack Straw gambled on the fact that Griffin didn’t want to answer the question. And when he gave him his assurance, and Griffin still didn’t answer the question, everyone burst into laughter! [garbled] Jack Straw said you can say whatever you want. [chuckling]

 

Well, I would have, … I think at that point I’d have taken my jacket off, rolled up my sleeves, and it had been 45 minutes of pure, [chuckling] unadulterated madness! That would have been clipped out and replayed on YouTube, Telegram, Gab, wherever, for eternity! Because I’d have gone to town. And, even if I felt I hadn’t been able to go to town, I would’ve thrown something to him. Such as:

 

“Well, if you believe in the ‘Holocaust’ so much, if you believe that six million people really were exterminated by the Nazis, why is it illegal to question this, because if it’s so true, why does the truth fear investigation? And why is everything else that’s happened throughout history, all the other mass murders, the tens of millions killed by communists in Eastern Europe, the tens of millions of Chinese killed under Chairman Mao, why do the killing fields of Cambodia, why are all of those things up for debate? Why are numbers constantly debated? But the ‘Holocaust’ is the one thing you can’t debate. What makes that so special?”

 

And you’d throw it back to them! You would, if you don’t want to answer a question, there’s always a way to throw it back, without directly answering. But obviously there’s so much to say on those things.

 

But Jack Straw got people laughing at him. And once people were laughing at him there was no come back. There was no way, there was no way to pull back from that.

 

Because once, … And just remember, what happens at school might seem to be something that’s a long time away, especially when you’re my age, I’m 41. You might think the classroom and being at school is a long time away. But people don’t actually change that much from school.

 

When you’re at school you act in a certain way. And you more, or less, act in an instinctive way you do things more instinctively. Now, as you get older, you still have those instincts but you bury them and you become slightly more polite. But in the right circumstances those instincts do come out.

 

If you remember in class when there was a guy humiliating another kid and everyone was laughing, once everyone was laughing at that kid there was no way he could make a comeback. Even if everything he was saying was right! Even what even if what was being done to him was unfair. Once the whole class was in fits of laughter at someone else, that someone else, the only way they could get out of that was wait till the bell rings and come back the next day and start again. Because everyone was giggling at them.

 

And that’s what happened on Question Time. Jack Straw gambled on making everybody laugh. But he also knew the psychology of people. That deep down we all have those instincts that we had as children. It’s just we bury them. And if you can bring them back to the surface. [chuckling] And you can get everyone acting in that sort of mob mentality, as they do at school, well at that point whoever’s on the beating, or on the receiving end of the beating, they’re absolutely done for! That is what you have to do.

 

And that’s why when I was debating those young lads, the audience were mainly people of Zoomer age. It was all Nick Fuentes audiences, on Nick Fuentes’s platform. And at the time that was the second most watched stream ever. And when it came to the vote at the end, who won the debate, me and Laura won 100%, because we got everyone laughing. Once they were laughing, there was no turning back the tide.

 

Laughter is an important thing. Facts and figures are also important to back up your argument. But they’re dry and boring! And normal people respond more to laughter and emotion than they do just tides of facts and figures.

 

Now Sally, have you got your notes, because I’m eager to hear them.

 

[55:47]

 

Aunt Sally: Yeah, there are so many! It’s like which one do I pick? There’s one here. The argument is:

 

“Now we’re liberated from all those traditions, old traditions, we’re free. I don’t want to be constrained like we used to be. Our old European traditions and customs that have all gone.”

 

And the rebuttal:

 

“Our ancestors weren’t idiots! Those old traditions have been devised over thousands of years and we kept them, because they worked. The purpose of these traditions is to promote society in which people are safer and happier. The traditions protected us against our own childish inclinations. We threw it all away to get a little bit of fast living in our youth. And as a result our civilization is on the brink of destruction. Whilst the fast livers will be rotting in old folks homes, with no kids to support them, no spouses to share their old age. And no one but employees paid by the government to take care of them. What a mess.”

 

Yeah, I really like that one, because I’m in my early 60s, and I’m seeing it now of people that didn’t have children, or they were lousy parents, you know, fathers split up, and whatever. And didn’t bring up their children.

 

Now, they’re old and no one cares about them. They’re the ones that are in old folks home, and being abused, and god knows what. And it’s all because, really, if you track it back to our traditions, … When I was a child old people weren’t abandoned like they are now. So yeah, I really like that one. I don’t know what anyone else thought of that.

 

Natty: That’s the kind of argument made by someone who regrets maybe their decisions in life, like you say, ends up childless, drinking wine, surrounded by cats! For instance, right? Rather maybe as opposed to a Lefty, or a liberal, who’s making those kind of arguments. But it’s certainly true.

 

It’s right to point out, you know what if 50 years worth of change and the promotion, or even less, you know, 20 years, whatever it is. Five years. The heavy promotion of transgenderism, sodomy, homosexuality, single parenthood as just being a fine and equally acceptable way to raise children. It’s just having this terrible effect on society. And it to deny it, it’s just denying reality. I mean, who’s going to argue that:

 

“Well, now we can have a washing machine that’s connected to the internet.”

 

Well, isn’t that great, when families are falling apart, politics is this kind of just giant joke, where nobody feels like they’re represented, at all! And you think about the time my parents grew up. Like you say, Sal, where you could leave your door unlocked, even if you lived in certain parts of London that are now just complete, you know, multi-ethnic ghettos, that you wouldn’t want to step foot in, in daylight, let alone in the middle of the night.

 

That’s why we long to go back. And I think that argument and the rebuttal captures the essence of that.

 

But you think, maybe the people who lived before us were constrained in certain ways, in terms of their behaviour in society, in a way it affected society. Because the lack of the internet meant there would be, unless you wanted to be a hermit and a recluse, which some people were. I mean, to be sure, I know old people now who lived like that, and still live like that, surrounded by stacks of newspapers and train sets. And all the rest of it.

 

But you had to interact with people. And that interaction forced a kind of a social cohesion. And a kind of looking over what everyone else is doing. And if they started doing something that was passed out through generations as to be understood as something destructive, or would lead to destructive things for society, like Mark said, lighting a campfire in your bedroom, you would frown on that. And maybe there would be some tut-tutting from the ladies. And maybe the guys would say:

 

“Sort it out mate!”

 

And give him a nudge, or if he really got out of hand, you know, take him around the back of a pub and fill it in, or whatever. [chuckling] So there were these corrective measures that have just been completely thrown out in favour of:

 

“Do what you want!”

 

I mean, I don’t know if you guys are fans of the Simpsons. But there’s an episode on the Simpsons where this self-help guru turns up in Springfield and he’s on stage selling his latest book about how to be more happy and more successful. And he brings Bart up on stage. And he says:

 

“How did you come up with this amazing philosophy of life Bart?”

 

Bart says:

 

“I don’t know. I just do what I feel like.”

 

And the guy obviously sensing his opportunity, says:

 

“Do what you feel like! Man what a great slogan! Do what you feel like!”

 

And he has a whole town doing what they feel like. And in a matter of days, like there’s no police force anymore. The place is complete anarchy, and everything’s fallen apart!

 

And it seems like that’s just a microcosm of what’s happening in society, or certainly in the West today. Is this kind of “do what you feel like” attitude.

 

Mark Collett: Do, you know what I find really interesting about that? And I’ve got to throw this out, because I think it’s very important. When you actually look at where this “do what you feel like” started. It was actually a guy called Aleister Crowley. And I’m just looking up the quote. He was obviously an occultist, a satanist. And his law. I think it was something as:

 

“Do as what thout will. And let that be the whole law.”

 

And it was basically do whatever you wish, and do it as much as you want, …

 

Natty: Without anyone else, or anything, …

 

Mark Collett: Yeah. And basically, it’s quite interesting that this occultist, this man who lived a very debauched, and bizarre, and fundamentally oddball life. Who dabbled in black magic and all kinds of strange things. He’s sort of someone who really captured the imagination of a lot of artists, a lot of musicians, a lot of people in Hollywood, a lot of rock stars, specifically.

 

And his mantra has kind of fed in to the mindset of Western civilization. That we should just do whatever makes us happy.

 

But by doing so – and I wrote about this in my book – you become more animalistic, and less human by doing so.

 

[62:41]

 

Natty: Of course! I mean, it flows, if you give in to your baser instinct that’s what animals do. I think there’s one in here. I don’t know what page it’s on. But it’s saying:

 

“If gays want to kiss in public, that’s fine. And some animals are homosexuals too.”

 

And the rebuttal is something like:

 

“Well dogs lick their balls in public, [chuckling] but you don’t go around licking your balls in public, or other people’s balls in public! Why would you aspire to be like an animal? Why would you use animalistic behaviour as your kind of defense?”

 

That’s one of the things that we were talking about. For thousands of years the strive to be better human beings and create better societies has been founded on moving away from animalistic tendencies, or controlling them to the point where they don’t become destructive.

 

And that’s not a bad thing. It sounds kind of stifling. But, in fact, it’s liberating to take on responsibility, and not give in to your base instinct. It makes you feel human. It makes you feel alive. The struggle against just living in a pit, and doing nothing, and, you know what people mean when they say “degeneracy”. Not giving into those kind of things, you know.

 

Aunt Sally: Yeah, I was going to say that on top of Aleister Crowley, before him there was in the Victorian times, there was, I think her name was Helena Blavatsky. And her protege which was Alice Bailey. And they were very much into all that Alistair Crowley crap, “do what they will”. But I think they were before him. Yeah, of course, they were Victorian.

 

But yeah, they were part of this subversion, definitely. I think from that sort of crowd, the Fabian Society and all that lot. And they probably targeted the famous people of their day that we were on the last book club. The rock stars of their time, the Victorian times. I forget their names. The people that we did the last Book Club. You put his picture up, Natty. What was his name?

 

Mark Collett: Oh God! Yeah. We were talking about the Madar [sp]

 

Aunt Sally: Those people, the poets, and the painters, and those people of their time.

 

Natty: Wyndham Lewis.

 

Aunt Sally: Yeah, Wyndham Lewis. They were undermined by the likes of Alice Bailey and Helena Blavatsky. So it’s been going on for centuries really, this subversion of society.

 

And talking about that there was another argument in the book I really liked, about having children. Because my generation is the one, … I was young in the 80s. I was a child back then in the 80s. And we were the ones, it was very confusing, because we were being, … The propaganda was that we were overpopulating the planet. And I had three children, and I felt really guilty that I had three children, you know. Little did I know. And you had three children.

 

And you were told about all these starving kids everywhere. Literally, it was non-stop starving kids all over the world! And you wanted to help them. And so you didn’t have any. Three was pushing. Having two, one, too many as according to the propaganda. But here it says in the book under the society thing:

 

“Who cares if we have fewer children. The earth is overpopulated anyway.”

 

And the rebuttal is:

 

“Only Whites who are having fewer children. And it’s only non-White countries that are overpopulated. Is Canada overpopulated? Is Australia overpopulated? Are the United States overpopulated? No we’re fine. And if you look at if you took out the non-Whites out of Europe they’d be fine too. The other races are multiplying at an incredible rate. And nothing we can do will change that. The only thing we can change is we will we be part of the future world?”

 

So yeah, I like that. I wish I’d read that when I was 25.

 

Kenny Smith: It’s one of the things that breaks my heart most. That these hand rubbers, the same people that promote all this hedonism and liberalism, are the people that are making European people guilty for having children!

 

And they’re saying we’re overpopulated. Yet they’re opening our borders to all these people from around the world! And, you know, overpopulation doesn’t matter then.

 

It’s one of the sickest thing these people have done to our people! That so many men and women are deciding, they don’t want to bring children into this world. It’s actually horrific!

 

Natty: The worst thing the politicians are busy talking out of both sides of their mouths. Because on one hand they’re berating the fact that there’s not enough children being born in this country, or the population’s too low, we need to bring in more immigrant workers and all the rest of it. Whilst on the other hand promoting, all their newspapers and everything else, telling White people to stop having babies.

 

And there’s a climate emergency, and all this other rubbish! That’s presumably, like you said Sal, been going on for the last 30 years plus. It’s always:

 

“Oh we’re going to be at tipping point in 10 years!”

 

There’s going to be another tipping point in 10 years. It’s always just 10 years off. I think that Down syndrome girl from Scandinavia. What’s her name? Thunberg? Was at Glastonbury over the weekend, spouting off the same thing!:

 

“We’ve only got 10 years!”

 

It’s like, well I seem to remember you saying something similar 10 years ago! Just this rubbish! This scolding of Europeans! The scolding of Europeans wherever they are and wherever they’ve expanded to. Whether it’s South Africa, whether it’s Australia cwhether it’s North America, into just genociding themselves!

 

We know who’s doing it. We know who’s telling them to do these things. But it’s us who are being censored and shut down. All the while the arguments against us that are ceding the ideas of self-destruction, and negation, and horror, and complete disenfranchisement, are just pumped out mainstream! Day, by day, by day!

 

So that people like us have to argue with drones who have one word attacks to try and belittle us, and make us sound crazy. When we’re the furthest people from crazy. We’re the stewards, we have the ideas for the stewardship of the future, of who we are!

 

It’s not going to be up to someone from India, or someone from Pakistan, like Priti Patel, or that other guy the Chancellor, the free form, dwarven, hobbit, Chancellor of the Exchequer, to tell me, in my country, how the future is going to be, or what the future of my people in my country should be.

 

No! That’s completely wrong! It’s wrong on an instinctive level. And to be able to articulate it is no small thing.

 

And to bring it back to the book that’s what this book helps you to do.

 

Kenny Smith: Yeah for me nationalism is a positive message. It’s something that I’m proud of I believe it’s the answer to pretty much all our problems. If you’ve got a sound worldview and ethnonationalism, if you’ve got an answer for anything, put your people first in everything you do! They ask us, have you got a source for this, all the rest of it. You don’t need a source for this. You do what’s instinctively right for your people. And I think what PA does.

 

And what this book also does, in spades, is be brave, and be open! Because, if we take every opportunity we have to discuss these things with the people in our lives, and show that we’re not hiding some dirty little secret, it gives them confidence.

 

I think it was yourself Natty, you said it earlier, this book can give other people the confidence to do these things.

 

I’ve got a lady who works for us, and she originally used to live in the States, and she was actually a Bernie Sanders voter. And I thought:

 

“Oh my goodness! What have we hired here! She’s gonna be trouble!”

 

And she came in one day and she was discussing some charity things. She was trying to get a collection. And my question was this:

 

“Where are these funds going? Are they going to support British charity?”

 

Because for me, charity begins from home. I only give to British charities. And well, she was taken back! And she said:

 

“Oh, Kenny! That’s a really negative attitude! And there’s poor people around the world!”

 

And I said to her:

 

“If you had only a small amount of money. Enough to buy the bare essentials at a weekly shop. Would you feed your family first, or would you feed the neighbours kids?”

 

And you could actually, physically see, the penny drop in her head! And she goes:

 

“Yeah. I’ll feed my family first. But if I’ve anything leftover, I’ll help the rest!”

 

And I said:

 

“Exactly! That’s how I feel too! See, when everybody’s taken care of in this country, I’ll gladly help anything next door, and around the rest of the world. But where we’ve got people starving. Old folk who can’t turn on their heating. Schools that tell you that they can’t afford books. Hospitals that can’t provide right medication for people. I’m not giving one penny to anybody outside of this country!”

 

And she was basically, the rest of the day, she didn’t stop talking about this. How she really actually understood that what charity begins at home actually meant. She thought that was being selfish, people just looking after themselves ignoring others. But no! It’s looking after your own people, your own family.

 

And these are the interactions that we need to have with other people, to make them understand what nationalism is. There’s no point all of us having this understanding, going on to platforms like Telegram, and just chatting amongst ourselves. We have to get out into the real world and put the lessons this book teaches us into action, in the real world.

 

Natty: Yeah. Totally agree! One of the things I mentioned briefly in my intro, was how Roe versus Wade being repealed has got, even people who I know, I mean, I’m on Instagram. And I’ve got friends in there. Some of whom are girls, and women, who are posting stuff about the repealing of Roe versus Wade. And it’s like they don’t know what they’re talking about.

 

And I’ve had an argument with one, or two of them, along the lines of this book. The kind of responses I that I know to give. But it’s like, it’s a surface, it’s a real surface level understanding of the issue. There’s nothing else there! It’s just repeating something for social points, or social acceptance points. Especially if it’s something posting on Instagram, or posting on Facebook, or whatever it is because they feel safe saying it.

 

Whereas the things we’re saying people don’t feel safe saying it. Because the whole of society has been taught not to! So the book is trying to break that conditioning, and saying:

 

“No, no! We’re right! We’re right! We’re right to say this a and it’s acceptable to say these things.”

 

And it may not feel safe, and it’s illusion to not feel that way, and not feel that you can say the things you feel, or the truths that are self-evident.

 

Mark Collett: I agree with that fundamentally.

 

Now we are an hour and 15 minutes into the show. So we have got some Superchats. We’ve got three Superchats and a couple of questions. So we’re going to do those. If you haven’t Superchatted yet. And you want to Superchat, you can do so either through Odysee, or through Entropy. But let’s do some of these. And we’ll do them all, and we’ll answer them as best we can.

 

So Archie gave five dollars. Thank you so much. And said:

 

“Lawrence Summers backed Fink’s claims that nationalism leads to protectionism, and anti-immigration, thus causing inflation in the USA. Because there are not enough people to fill empty jobs. Fink says USA needs to million people per year. We know that the solution is marrying early.”

 

Well, thank you very much. And yeah. I think the argument about mass immigration, sort of aiding us economically, is based on the fact that we have an ageing population.

 

And one of the things that always gets me with the argument of an ageing population, is that we have been told, repeatedly, not to have children! We’ve been told that having children is terrible for us, it’s terrible for the environment, it is terrible for our country as a whole. That we are happier if we don’t do these things. And we’ve been guilt-tripped in many ways into not having children.

 

And then when we don’t have children, we’re told:

 

“Oh, you fools! You didn’t have children! You have to import lots of young, virile, non-White men of fighting age who are gonna come and do all the jobs.”

 

And where has that led us? So thank you for that Superchat. Archie gave another three dollars. Thank you so much. He said:

 

“You’ve all heard Harari talks about the necessity of nationalism to solve big problems. He emphasizes that nations aren’t tribes. He defines a tribe as a group upwards of 200 people, that know each other.”

 

Okay. Thank you very much.

 

Natty: Can I just make a comment on the first Superchat.

 

Mark Collett: Yeah! Yeah! Of course, yeah if anyone’s got anything to comment on these, go for it!

 

Natty: I’m not sure if you’ve seen it, the clip the Superchat was talking about, is Larry Fink of Blackrock, talking about why there’s inflation in the US. And you could expand out to include the UK as well. Basically blaming nationalism.

 

All that is, we know who (((Larry Fink))) is! We know what race he belongs to. We know what ethnicity he is. It’s just him blaming his enemies! He’s doing a version of what’s in this book, where he’s attacking, he’s in a position of dominance, in a meta sense, because he’s got the platform to do that. To sit in this chair of this interview on mainstream television, and attack who he perceives as his enemies.

 

In that case, White, North Americans. You know, European Americans, who would absolutely oust him if they knew what he was about! Knew who he was, and had the political power to do.

 

So so Larry Fink is just doing what we would be doing in his position, right, blaming the other side.

 

It’s the same as when there’s any political issue comes up in this country, the Conservatives will blame the Labour Party, the Labour Party will blame the Conservatives, you know, endlessly! It’s just that.

 

So understand who Larry Fink is. Understand where he’s coming from. And understand why we need to depose people like him.

 

Mark Collett: Thank you. And with a final Superchat from Archie for three dollars. Thanks so much. He says:

 

“The nation is a larger group that finds ways to unite strangers using common stories. What is he avoiding?”

 

Well I think the idea that bringing people together through some kind of common ideas, is really something that’s come about very recently. So only very recently have I heard this and it’s something that seems to be pushed by both liberals, and actually by conservatives. It’s a line that’s held by both sides of the sort of false political spectrum, which tries to lock us out of any form of discourse. And they both say that:

 

“Britain is an idea! America is just an idea! Every nation is just an idea that anybody can come to and fit in with, as long as they subscribe to the idea.”

 

I think that’s completely false! I’m sorry if I’ve misread that one. As well, I’m not sure about the speech that you’re talking about. But I hope I’ve got that right.

 

Kel asked a question for Kenny. And said:

 

“Kenny, you live in a remote White Scotland. Was it a book that caused you to become active in nationalism so long ago, or something else?”

 

[79:19]

 

Kenny Smith: Great question! I did live in probably one of the Whitest place in the whole of the UK. I’m originally from the Isle of Lewis the Western Isles [Outer Hebrides], the most northwesterly island in the country.

 

And we did have a small Pakistani community who were the people that came over with, … They were the very Uriah Heep kind of people. Very humble, nice and polite. But they would come over like with a suitcase full of clothes, and then go around the houses selling it, buying stuff, and then built up. And eventually some of these people actually had stores. And one of them even spoke Gaelic, which was phenomenal when considering that a lot of people from [word unclear] themselves don’t speak Gaelic.

 

But it wasn’t really that. I basically was one of these kids who always supported the underdog. I was a bit rebellious. And I supported Patrick Thistle [chuckling]. Everybody else’s Rangers, you know, Aberdeen and United were popular back then, because they were successful. But I was always kind of a bit rebellious. And I got into the punk movement, which took me into the Rock against Communism scene that the skinheads and stuff like that.

 

And it was actually listening to a bootleg tape of Ian Stewart Donaldson and the words that he said in between the songs that really hit home for me and that I felt. So I then wrote away to a fanzine that was advertising national stuff. And the stuff that Ian was talking about. And I got National Front papers. I got British National Party papers. Went along to my first BNP meetings a little later, and got properly educated by the people I met.

 

But before I actually moved to the mainland, I relied mostly on things like National Alliance publications. There was The Oak from the UK. National Vanguard. I read John Tyndall’s Spearhead. I had a massive collection of these things. I used to get every publication going. Basically I bought lots of books from an early age, in order to expand in my world of view. I very quickly learnt not to be a fascist, because Mosley didn’t deal with the JQ..

 

And yeah, I read a lot of books on socialism a lot of books on nationalism. And so I don’t think there’s what one book did it. It was mainly the words of one man initially, that that spoke to me. And then I learnt, and I read, and I became educated. But that the best lesson that I ever got was from guys like Scott MacLean, Jim Laird, Stevie Cartwright. The BNP officers from Scotland when I first joined were really sensible, screwed on people, who told me:

 

“Don’t be a skinhead. Get serious and be of service to your people, rather than just being a follower.”

 

Mark Collett: Okay. Thank you very much a very comprehensive answer.

 

Saturn Five gave three pounds and says:

 

“Does the panel think that the fundamental change in our favour would be as a result of one major upheaval, a hard smack on the nose, or emerge from several factors?”

 

Well I’ll answer this first. I think this is a really good. I think this is a really good question. What would it take to wake people up? What would it take to get things changing? I think that would need to be a series of converging catastrophes, if you like. I think you’d have to have several things all come together at the same time to make a massive change. So you would need economic, social, and large national issues, all coming together at the same time to bring about change.

 

But saying all that, my outlook is one that this is a fight for the long haul. And I don’t think there’s any immediate answers. And I don’t think there’s going to be a big immediate upheaval that will work in our favour. Because people are becoming less, and less, willing to actually stand up and make a difference.

 

And I’ll give an example of that. It wasn’t long ago that people were protesting, blockading roads, over petrol hitting a pound a liter. Now petrol is hitting two pounds a liter, nobody’s doing anything.

 

And one thing that always bothers me to a certain degree, is that people on the continent seem very willing to do something. They have this revolutionary spirit. It’s almost built into them. So the French, for example, are very willing, even now, years after numerous revolutions, to go out on the street as either the Yellow Vests, or to vote for an alternative form of governance.

 

The best we ever got was UKIP which failed to make any meaningful breakthroughs at a Parliamentary level. And they were so soft, I think if they had got in they would have been completely ineffective, and fallen to pieces as a Parliamentary group.

 

So I think they’d take quite a bit in this country. And it would be a convergence of numerous great crises, all at the same time. What do you think Kenny? Then we’ll go Laura, Aunt Sally, and Natty.

 

Kenny Smith: I’m sorry Mark I wasn’t really paying attention, [chuckling]!

 

Mark Collett: The guy, Saturn Five, asked, he said:

 

“Does the panel think that that fundamental change in our favour would be a result of one major upheaval, or a number of smaller, several factors, all intertwining?”

 

Kenny Smith: Yeah. I don’t think, there’s no going to be any quick fix for this. We’re in for a long, long, struggle. There’s no two ways about it. And for me, that’s why we have to build community. I believe we have to manage the expectations of people in the movement.

 

If you read the history of the movement going back to even to the BUF days and before, they would have massive peaks and troughs of people. And the NF had the same. The BNP had the same. You know, something would happen in the public eye would drive people to us. And these people thought they were in for an instant win! You know:

 

“They just have to stick in for a year. And it’s going to happen.”

 

Rubbish! You have to work for it and win your people over. For me as long as people have jobs, as long as they have their distractions, you know, their TV, their internet, the majority people aren’t going to wake up.

 

And so that means that we have to become positive influences within the community to make that happen. Otherwise I think people this is, … It’s like the boiling frog analogy, isn’t it? As long as the heat isn’t turned up too far, these people will still sit in it and get boiled to death, you know. Yeah, there’s no quick fix. It’s going to be a long painful thing.

 

And we’ve seen in the past with the BNP. The thing that made the difference for communities was we would get activists actually going into communities and making a physical difference in these people’s lives, and a positive impact in these lives.

 

There’s a great story I tell a lot of time from Burnley, that sadly isn’t in Steve Smith’s book. But they went to a housing estate once. And put a whole pile of skips in and put magnetic BNP posters on saying:

 

“These skips are free for the community. Let’s clean up this estate!”

 

You know, they went around leafleting the place. The community absolutely loved it! People filled these things up! I think they had to do it a second time – if I remember correctly – it was so popular! And the enemy absolutely panicked! They sent Labour MPs across:

 

“Oh, don’t vote for the BNP! They’re Nazis!”

 

And basically the community rose up and told them:

 

“Bugger off! Get out of our estate! The BNP are the first people who have ever done anything positive for our lives!”

 

And it seems simple, you know what they’ve done is just clean up a dirty park, or a dirty estate. But that actually made something good happen for these people! They could take their kids to the park. And there was no rubbish, there was no needles, there was no dog poo. They made a positive impact in these people’s lives! And when the enemy comes and starts saying:

 

“Don’t trust people, they’re Nazis!”

 

They’re saying:

 

“We don’t care what you call them. They actually helped us!”

 

That’s for me is where it’s going to count for us. That we actually become leaders in our own communities, and dispel that spell on this. Because., like I said for me nationalism is a positive thing! It’s the answer to all our problems. And we just have to be brave enough and to get out there and spread the gospel!

 

Mark Collett: Laura?

 

Laura Towler: Yeah, I don’t think these big events do wake up the majority of people. Because, if we look at things like the Black Lives Matter riots, a year and a half ago, nearly two years ago, if you didn’t wake up during that, then what is going on? Do, you know what I mean? I think these big events do happen and people trickle over to us. And I do think we grow daily.

 

But I think the majority of people will just take whatever’s the most comfortable option. And if we were in power. And we had the media on our side, then most people would be openly and confidently nationalists. So I think it’s up to a very sort of dedicated, and strong willed few, to lead by example. And then I think eventually most people will come up to our worldview.

 

But I don’t think there’s going to be some massive event where everyone’s like:

 

“Okay I’m a nationalist now!”

 

I don’t think it happens like that. I think it’s like Kenny said, it’s a slow battle. And we see people join Patriotic Alternative and then, because we haven’t secured total victory within six months, they’re like:

 

“Oh I can’t do it!”

 

And they drop out. But there was plenty of those that were there on that first day and we know that this is not going to be solved in five years, or even 10 years. And it’s a really long struggle. That’s why we call it a “struggle”, isn’t it? And I think we need people that have got that that longevity really, to stick it out. So yeah, I hope that answers the question.

 

Mark Collett: Okay. Sally and Natty. What do you think?

 

[90:27]

 

Aunt Sally: I agree with what everybody else has said. The subversion has been going on for a very, very long time! And it’s going to take a long time to undo. And I think the elderly, or the boomers seem to be the worst to try and bring over to our side. They just don’t want to know. There’s a few of us, but not in enough numbers, I don’t think.

 

The target audience, maybe it’s the young, the Zoomers and the Millennials we need to educate more. And it’s hard, because they’ve grown up in the system. They’ve been educated against their own best interests. So I think it’s more education.

 

I know we can’t go into schools and do anything, but education in real life, where we just keep telling other parents what the agenda that’s in the school books, and that’s in the media and the films and stuff. And the more they see that the more they’ll see what’s really going on. That’s what I think anyway.

 

Natty: Well my answer to this is probably slightly black pilling, maybe a bit depressive. But after reading Solzenitzen’s book the Gulag Archipelago, it’s apparent, like Kenny says, with the boiling of the frog, just how compressed you can make people before they do anything. And even then, you get to the point where you put them in a camp and they die from logging duties after three weeks, starvation rations, just how a crumb of comfort can turn people inwards and stop them mobilizing. In the camps, in the Gulags, just a simple comfort like a piece of bread, or an extra shirt to keep you warm at night, was enough to stop people uniting, because they didn’t have anything else. So it’s like:

 

“Well, this is mine now! I have to have to protect myself from my fellow inmates. The other people who are in here with me. I’ve got to look out for myself.”

 

Now on that note, however, I will say that. I was convinced by Gavin Bobby [sp]. I don’t know if you guys remember him. He turned up and he spoke to Chris Dangerfield a year ago, maybe a little bit more than a year ago. And he talked about how things would go downhill quite fast. And he was convinced it was the collapse of the Welfare State.

 

If the government runs out of money, or the government is unable to provide services in the way that they currently do. So electricity, internet, water, you would rapidly see people just tried up, basically. And it would be very messy. And I think this was his thesis. It would be very messy. And over the course of years, a few years, it would gradually sort itself out.

 

And people who were actually responsible. And actually had a thought for the future, rather than the kind of five-year election cycle would come to the fore. By it’s very nature they would be nationalistic. Because they would have spent time looking after the people around them, and gaining enough of a power base to then kind of expand that out.

 

So it’s kind of pie in the sky stuff. But I was fairly convinced by that argument.

 

Mark Collett: Okay. And we have a Superchat from A Coconut Nuts a Big Nut, who gave three dollars, and said:

 

“Dear Mark. What was your wake-up moment? You’re the greatest!”

 

Well, I have to concur with the last part of your Superchat. That is a very astute observation on your behalf. My wake-up call was just living where I lived. I lived in a small village, all White, called Roethly. Community, everyone dead friendly. Biggest major city nearby, Leicester, very multicultural. Compared the two from a young age, from going shopping with my mother in the village, to the butchers, the bakers, the green grocers, the newspaper shop, then going with my mum to Leicester. Wow! Well, you saw the difference.

 

And the difference wasn’t just the level of community, it was the difference in people. And the more diverse you went, the less community there was. And the less you felt at home. And that’s something that lived with me through my whole life. And I just was instinctively drawn to nationalism after being brought up with those two very big differences in my life. So thank you for the Superchat.

 

Max Anderson gave 10 pounds. Thank you so much. And he said:

 

“Counter-Currents had a good podcast recently. They said nationalist organizations could be more like the NRA, with a legislative arm attacking policy, and running ads against candidates they don’t like.”

 

Well, I’ve got to say this. I think one of the big things that’s come about very recently. And it’s not actually PA related. I’ll give credit where credit’s due. One of the big breakthroughs lately within the nationalist community, is the Workers of England, Union. Now I know this doesn’t help our friends north of the border, like Kenny but the Workers of England, Union has been one of the most powerful advocacy groups for people of European descent living in Britain. People who have been discriminated against with the face masks, with the forced jabs, etc.

 

And I think one of the most powerful things that we’ve developed is this legal response. PA…. I’ve obviously helped people with legal responses in other ways. But the Workers of England, Union have been great. And I think the NRA is a good organization to base what we do on, because fundamentally they do apply major pressure.

 

Now, I don’t think our MPs, or our counselors, would listen. But we can apply legal pressure and advocacy to big organizations. And I think that we’ve promoted Workers of England, Union. We’ve obviously had Robin Tilbrook help us with advice for how to deal with the police, and Prevent, etcetera. And I think that legal string to our bow, as nationalists, is something that’s very, very important.

 

And I will say this that groups like the NRA. Groups in America that are advocacy groups do push on the legal front. And that’s something that nationalists haven’t done enough of in the past. I think that’s been a big change.

 

Embrace the Struggle said:

 

“Hopefully Mark reads the chapter on homosexuality and reconsiders his stance on dissident Right individuals, who happen to be homosexuals.”

 

I would say that there are people within the dissident Right who are ultimately providing a good service to nationalism. Now the way I judge homosexuals, is that I think the homosexual lifestyle is rather degenerate, it’s rather deviant. We’re seeing this with the Monkeypox. Their lifestyle is not conducive to being healthy. It’s not conducive to a long life. It’s also not conducive to family values, etc.

 

However, not everybody who is a homosexual leads what we would call “the homosexual lifestyle”. There are homosexuals who do not lead a degenerate life. Who do still think that family values are important. And you do push for the rights of people of European descent.

 

Now if there was a homosexual that wanted to be involved with PA. And I didn’t know they were homosexual, and they kept it behind closed doors. And they didn’t push for it in any way, I would fundamentally not even know they were homosexual. So how would I have an issue with that?

 

Now if there was a homosexual who wanted to join PA and wanted to hand out PA leaflets at gay pride events, and wanted to come to PA Conferences dressed up as one of the village people, that would be something completely different. So I think we have to judge people on their actions.

 

And what I’ll also say is people often like to criticize one particular nationalist author, and activist, and speaker, about his homosexuality. And this guy has done an awful lot for this cause. He’s done an incredible amount for this cause.

 

And one thing I will say. If you’re gonna throw stones at that guy, make sure you’ve done something for this cause which is in some way comparable! Because one thing that always strikes me as odd, is when people in this “movement”, and I say movement in inverted commas, are taken very seriously, very seriously, and they’re faceless, nameless, they hide behind an avatar online, but have all manner of “constructive”, in inverted commas, criticism for those in the movement who actually show their faces, put their necks on the line, and do a lot of work.

 

If you want to have your criticisms, and inputs, taken seriously, you have to in some way prove that you are someone who should be taken seriously. If you want to be taken seriously you have to prove that. And that means you have to put something into the movement.

 

And I do not believe that democracy is the best system. I believe a system of meritocracy is a good system. And meritocracy is a system whereby people who commit to a cause, put something in, and work hard, have more input in the steering of that cause.

 

So I’ve got to say, ultimately when it comes down to it, if you’re going to criticize the guy that you criticized in the Superchat, make sure you’re doing something comparable to his level of input, [chuckling] because he does an awful lot!

 

Bernie, ….

 

[101:12]

 

Kenny Smith: Sorry I think it’s well said Mark. There’s a lot of people who are fond of throwing stones in this wider movement who do absolutely nothing at all! But they aim their slings and arrows are people who do work. And I’m sure that there are probably more homosexuals in the wider movement than people think.

 

I know there were some in the BNP who even stood as candidates, and nobody was aware they were homosexual, because they didn’t behave in a camp manner. They were very discreet about it. You know, they were not people who tried to force homosexuality down the throats of other people. They just were aware that that’s what they were. And I dare say some of them would probably be ashamed of it.

 

But they kept it to themselves, to a degree behind closed doors. They weren’t promoting it. They agreed with the BNP stance and family values. And I bet that there’s probably people still in the movement today, exactly in the same boat. And if they’re doing good work for the movement I’m not going to throw any stones at them.

 

Natty: Well said. I think the other thing is that it, just in general, sexuality as a political position is the kind of underlying issue here, right? Because you wouldn’t want someone who was a leader, or a thought leader, to be out there promoting any sort of sexuality, as some sort of raison d’être, a reason for being, or a reason for pushing political issues.

 

And just to add to what you were saying Mark, that’s to the people who criticize you for your stance on certain things. You’ve got to remember most of the time, like you said, these people are anonymous, they’ve got, you know whatever picture is avatar on Telegram, or any YouTube comment. You don’t know who you’re arguing with.

 

I mean, you can kind of guess sometimes by the kind of things they say, you could be arguing for all you know with someone who looks like Harvey Price, and is probably a few brain cells short of someone like Harvey Price. [Mark bursts out laughing]

 

Kenny Smith: I’m wondering where this is going [chuckling]!

 

Natty: You imagine that you’re speaking with someone who maybe you imagine that there’s some sort of professorial type who’s got their head around all these issues, and knows about all this stuff. But, in actual fact, a lot of the time it’s attention seeking. It’s just nagging, and trying to push buttons and stuff like that. So just ignoring people who are naysayers, or don’t have anything constructive to add, is a perfectly legitimate way to go about things, I think.

 

Mark Collett: Yeah. I’ve also got to say as well, if we were living in the perfect world, then we could legislate for us all to be absolutely perfect! And that would be wonderful, wouldn’t it. But I’ve got to say this. At the moment we are so close to annihilation, turning down talented, decent people who are pushing in the right direction is madness! It would be akin to being on the Titanic and a load of lifeboats turn up. And then you say:

 

“No! No! Turn those lifeboats away! They’re not the regulation lifeboat shade of red. They need to be a couple of shades lighter! Take them away, get them repainted, and bring them back!”

 

Well when you’re in a crisis you take what you get and you work with it, and you attempt to build a movement from what you’ve got. And that’s not me being a defeatist. That’s me being a pragmatist. Because, if we are looking for utter perfection. If we’re looking for a group where everyone agrees with each other on a hundred percent of the issues hundred percent of the time, we will all be in a party of one. And it’s as simple as that!

 

And we’ve got another question here from Kelt. He says:

 

“Everybody, this book is for reposts. What is your favourite first strike argument to win an audience over to nationalism?”

 

Your favourite first strike argument? Well, mine just has to be that we are the indigenous people of these islands. And as such we have a birthright to them. And like any other indigenous people we should not be reduced to a minority in our ancestral homeland. And I think that chimes very well with most people.

 

What do you all say? When you introduce yourself as a nationalist and you lay down your first strike argument, as he said. What is that? We’ll start with you Kenny. And we’ll go around the group.

 

Kenny Smith: Yeah, pretty much what you just said. We are the indigenous people of these islands. And we have a right to be proud of our history. And our heritage. And to govern ourselves. That’s it! It’s about self-determination for our own people. And I’m not going to be ashamed of saying that publicly.

 

Mark Collett: Laura, do you have a take? Or have you got, … Oh, you have because Sam’s away. Bloody hell! Why do you let him get away with this?

 

Laura Towler: Oh, I says to him:

 

“Why have you booked a gig when you know I’ve got Book Club?”

 

And he’s like:

 

“I bought these tickets before me and you got together!”

 

So we bought these tickets years ago, apparently. And it’s like Ramstein.

 

Mark Collett: Oh.

 

Laura Towler: I think it’s been cancelled and delayed and stuff, because of Covid. But yeah. She’s alright she’s just, …

 

Mark Collett: Give him a slap anyway!

 

Laura Towler: [Laughing]. But yeah. One thing that I always do when I’m having discussions with people is I always try and twist it round to another group. So, if somebody says something like:

 

“Why would you be proud of something that you had no control over?”

 

You know, talking about our people. Then I’d say:

 

“Would you say that to Black Lives Matter supporters? Or would you say that to somebody at a pride march?”

 

Or if they say something like:

 

“British? What do you mean? Is it the Angles, or the Saxons, or the Jutes?”

 

I’d say:

 

“Well, would you say to a Japanese person, what is Japanese? And then break their ethnic group down?”

 

And usually when you flip it round to a non-White group, it really does highlight like how anti-White they really are. And I think if you can do that, hopefully they might go away and think about it. But if they don’t, at least the people who were watching saw how things are different for us. And maybe that will encourage them to take their own side as well.

 

Aunt Sally: Yeah I love what Laura just said. And I wish I could remember it when it comes up. But I do sort of tend to say what Mark and Kenny said about it’s indigenous people. It’s about us. It’s our homeland.

 

People are different races, because they belong in different environments, different heats. That’s why people from Africa are black, because of the sun. We belong here. This is our country we absorb vitamin D differently to other races. And they belong there in their own continent. So yeah, that’s where I stand. That’s what I say to other boomers, anyway.

 

Natty: I think the best thing to do is just ask a question. If someone says:

 

“Well, that’s a bit racist!”

 

You say:

 

“What do you mean, racist?”

 

And they’ll just fall apart, straight away, you know what their idea of racism, is like a precursor, it’s just some anti-White claptrap that they’ve heard. And they can’t just say:

 

“It’s discrimination based on race!”

 

Because then you can, that opens them up to all sorts of stuff! So the first thing you can do if you’re ever on the back foot, you’re ever wondering how to respond to someone who’s coming at you for something, just ask them the question. Just turn it straight around on it:

 

“You’re racist.”

 

“What do you mean, racist?”

 

“Well, that’s pretty bigotted of you! You’re a homophobe! You’re a homophobe! You’re a transphobe!”

 

“What do you mean? What do you mean transphobe? Explain that.”

 

And watch how quickly they crumble. That’s the first strike, it’s the best tactic! It gives you breathing room. And it makes them have to think about what they’re saying. Which most of the time they can’t do. Like I said, it’s surface. They have a surface level understanding, of all of these issues, to a much lesser degree than you do. So if you ask them a question, they’ll crumble.

 

Laura Towler: Yeah, I’d just like to add something to that actually. Usually people say stuff. And it’s like, it is just empty words that mean nothing. And if you actually ask them to explain, … I’ll give you an example they can’t do. And I posted on my Telegram channel the other day. Gary Lineker was saying:

 

“Refugees bring skills and talents!”

 

If you said to him:

 

“What skills and talents do they bring that we can’t do ourselves?”

 

I guarantee you he would not be able to say one thing! But they use all these buzz words, and fancy words, and like nice little things wrapped up in bows. But if you actually ask them to explain something, and say:

 

“Oh. Can you give me an example of that?”

 

Nine times out of ten, they haven’t got a clue. They just know what they’re supposed to say. But they can’t actually go in scratch below the surface, or go into any more depth. So yeah, I completely agree with Natty.

 

Natty: Just to add to it people like Gary Lineker and his ilk, have been given immense kind of space, by the fact that nobody is allowed to rebut them. No one who could rebut them, or has the sense, or will, or willingness to rebut them, has any form of presence online in which to do.

 

So Gary Lineker can post something like that, it gets hundreds of thousands of retweets, and likes by, quite frankly, morons! And the people who would slap him down, who deserve to slap him down, are silenced all across the place. So these people’s grip on the kind of national discourse, or international discourse in some cases, is completely astroturf!

 

It’s not real it’s a manifestation of those who hold power over us at the moment. So that’s, I guess I’m just explaining really, why is that they’re allowed to say such stupid things. And how easy it would be to take them down if we were allowed to, or given the space to rebut them.

 

Mark Collett: Yeah, I do agree with that. You’ve got these people whose ideas are presented in such a vacuum. And when ideas are presented in a vacuum, they’re much easier to uphold, unless they’re, you know, than being presented in an open environment.

 

Archie gave five dollars. Thank you so much. He said:

 

“The Japanese courts recently said that not allowing gay marriage is not constitutional. But they are LGBT groups pushing for gay marriage, arguing that there are social economic advantages. Global corporations don’t like nations that aren’t LGBT friendly.”

 

Well, indeed. But I do think it’s good that Japan is basically standing up against the LGBT lobby. I think that’s really important. It’s nice to know that there is a developed world nation doing that. I know there are other countries that do. But for Japan to do it, I think that’s a pretty big thing.

 

So we’re getting towards the end of the show. And we’ve answered all of the questions. If anyone else has got any Superchats, or questions, get them in now! Because we are about to round up. And we will now give our final thoughts on the book. And we’ll go around the group.

 

We will start, … We’ll give the final word to Kenny obviously. He’ll tell you where you can get the book. But let’s give Laura, Aunt Sally, Natty, then myself. Let’s have a good round up. All right?

 

[113:02]

 

Laura Towler: Yes. Well I do recommend the book. Like I said, I bought it myself to support Claymore Books. And it’s a good one. It’s sometimes you get books from book club. And it’s like I probably won’t read that again. But I think this is one that I will come back to. And so I do recommend it.

 

And also recommend that you support Claymore Books. And perhaps when Kenny speaks you can tell us what the next book’s going to be? Because it’s an exciting one.

 

But yeah, this book is good for when you’re debating 99% of people that you debate, because they do not debate in good faith. I wouldn’t recommend it if you’re having a conversation with like, I don’t know, like maybe if I was talking to my dad, or my brother, and they wanted to understand something a little bit more, we’d have a more in-depth conversation and go over things in more depth. I wouldn’t use this book for that.

 

But I would use it for like 99% of conversations when people are just trying to catch you out, or humiliate you. This will just stop them in their tracks, and put you into the position of power. And so, yeah I do recommend it.

 

And I just wanted to say, thanks for having me as well. And I’ll be back tomorrow with Sam for tea time. And I pass it to Aunt Sally.

 

Aunt Sally: Yeah. I think it’s a really good book as well. I really enjoyed reading it. And I will read it again, and again. And I probably will leave it in the toilet. Because that’s where the brightest light in the house is to be honest.

 

I think it’s a really good start the book for someone like me who I just get lost! I get slapped down in any debate. I don’t actually want to debate anybody. But sometimes it crops up at family dinners and gatherings. And yeah, I tend to avoid them. But I’ve now got a few sound bites to throw at people. So I’m really grateful to it for that.

 

So yeah, I do recommend it. I really think every nationalist should have one. You really should. It’s a really good book. And thank you for the microphone. And I hope my sound’s been good tonight. Thank you Mark.

 

Mark Collett: It’s been so good Sally, that next episode of book club, you are doing it all on your own. [chuckling]

 

Aunt Sally: Oh yeah! Good luck with that!

 

Mark Collett: Natty, what’s your final thoughts, my friend?

 

Natty: Even if this book was total trash, and I didn’t enjoy it. And it didn’t have any value, I would recommend it just because Claymore Books is a worthy cause! And this is the first publication from Claymore Books. You should be supporting them if you’re a British nationalist in any way, shape, or form, you should buy a copy of this book.

 

However, it is not a crap book. It is totally worthy, a totally worthy book to have on your bookshelf. If you’re even partially on the Right, or even if you’re not fully over, or you’re kind of wavering, whatever. This book is a fantastic edition. And I know that books, a lot of these books, can be compared to funko pops the way that soy boys and manlets collect funko pops, Right-wingers collect books.

 

But this is definitely one for the collection. So 100% recommend! Go to Claymore Books, pick up a copy of this book and you won’t regret it.

 

Mark Collett: Thank you. Well my opinion on this book. I think I’ve made it quite clear I think it answers the question I get asked all the time, or have been asked. We’ve been doing, I think it’s about 263, 264 episodes of my weekly show now. So that’s obviously over, that’s over five years of doing a weekly show every week! It’s a lot of shows. And throughout that five years I’ve often been asked:

 

“How do I argue with people? How do I present arguments to my family, to my friends, to my co-workers? How would you answer this question?”

 

Well, you’ve now got a handy handbook which gives you all of those answers. So buy it! It’s not an expensive book. But it’s worth every penny, in fact, I’d say this is worth it’s weight in gold, if you were to want a book that helps you debate. And these sort of arguments do come up on a regular basis.

 

And I’ve seen nationalists go into debates online, in person, and get completely minced by people who put forward emotional arguments. And they’re just trying to argue in a dry way. And this book arms you with everything to fight back against those arguments, and to completely dominate your opponent with wit, with short snappy answers, with analogies, that will hit home.

 

It’s worth the money, and it really does do something that I don’t feel any other book that we’ve reviewed really does. Which is actually arm our activists with the most important weapon of all, which is the weapon of being able to win the public discourse, whenever you engage in debate.

 

So yeah, and again as Natty said, Claymore Books another nationalist business that does deserve your support.

 

So Kenny! You are the guy behind Claymore Books. So would you like to have the final word, my friend?

 

Kenny Smith: And thank you very much Mark. And thank you Laura, and lovely to speak with Sally and Natty, it’s been a wew while. And I’m so glad that you all enjoyed the book so much.

 

For me we did this in the PA Scotland book club, which is an educational book club. We’ve got a safe curriculum and we do things for a reason. But we laughed so much during this book! We broke it up into his different sections. And we made somebody do the arguments and somebody do the rebuttals. And we have some funny characters in Scotland, who are brilliant at accents. So I’m sure you can imagine [chuckling] how some of the arguments went! But we actually laughed so much, because this book is absolutely brutal against the enemy!

 

Gordon Freeman who’s one of our officers in Scotland, a prolific writer for the website, I was asking the guys, book club, how they found the book. And he was saying that for him, it helped him see and understand the patterns that the enemy have. And they certainly do. And it allowed him to be ready to crush him! And he’s absolutely spot on!

 

If, you know, your enemy, you’ll defeat your enemy. And this book will do that for you. But you have to practice it. Don’t just read it and forget it. There’s loads of nationalist books I’ve only ever read once. And then it sits on my bookshelf. And I say I’ve got it. But I don’t go back to it.

 

But there’s other books, I will read religiously, year after year. And I get different things from them as I age, through my life experience. And this book I think is one of these things. You can dip in and out it.

 

But you must read it, you know, regularly for me, and then tailored to your own needs. And like Laura said it’s not one for the family. Be nice to your family, and friends [chuckling]! Don’t try and belittle them and mock them! You want to win them.

 

I’m so proud that this is our first book, because it is a useful tool in the national movement. I think there are so many books out there for nationalists. And they’re basically telling you the history, or they’re doing a deep dive into some esoteric, philosophical point.

 

This book is practical help! That can help us win the struggle.

 

So yeah, just want to finish off. Thank you very much terribly for the amazing words on the book. And it was a absolute joy to be on the show. And thanks to everybody who was interacting in the chat as well.

 

Natty: Wait. Before we end Mark, before we give your final thoughts. If you want to be able to mash rhetorically for Hebrews, in a debate, and make two of them storm off in rage, this is the book you start with! I’m sure you remember the debate Mark Collett had in 2017, 2018! This book would go some way into helping you be able to achieve such things.

 

Mark Collett: Thank you for those kind words! And yeah, that was a good night! That was a good night. I think tonight’s been a good night as well. I always enjoy our chats with this little group. And we will be back next month.

 

Next month though we have a very different book. We have a science fiction book, set in the future. It’s a nationalist book, but a science fiction novel. It’s one that Natty really is looking forward to, and one that Laura is dreading! So we’ll see how that one works out! I’m looking forward to it, as well.

 

And thank you for tuning in tonight. Thank you to Kenny. Thank you to Laura. Thank you Anne Sally. Thank you Natty. Thank you to all those who donated so generously. Thank you to everyone who tuned in. This community is absolutely wonderful. Laura and Sam will be back tomorrow night for tea time. And I’ll be back on Wednesday with Morgoth for PWR. It’s going to be a good one!

 

Until then, stay strong! Keep fighting! Pick up this book! And I’ll see you all again soon. Thank you and good night everyone.

 

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@MarkCollett
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@ReedJohnson
7 hours ago
The book being discussed this evening can be found here:
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@Sons_of_Odin
7 hours ago
i bought the book just because I love burning arseholes in arguments lol
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@BeerHallPooch
7 hours ago
The book being discussed this evening can be found here:
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@BeerHallPooch
7 hours ago
Excellent show that returned to FIRST PRINCIPLES.

@KennySmith
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@simmons6319.2
7 hours ago
shame on the tribe & their paid shabbos goy-eam for using brown people as biological weaponry against the people who made civilization. 🖕🏻the parasitical tribe!
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@BeerHallPooch
7 hours ago
“Anti-Semite!” — “No, I have nothing against the Palestinians”
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@Sons_of_Odin
7 hours ago
What does Semitic mean? that stops 99% people dead in their tracks too pmsl
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@BritishGammon
7 hours ago
“racist” is an anti White slur. We should not be afraid of it.
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@Hobbit-Habit
7 hours ago
“Yes, I’m a national socialist, what of it?”
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@Dewitt
7 hours ago
The holohoax is just an idea!
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@ReedJohnson
7 hours ago
Israel is just an idea!
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@BritishGammon
7 hours ago
Great answer Kenny 👍
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@BB
7 hours ago
greetin thumbsperg
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@BeerHallPooch
7 hours ago
Spot on, Kenny. The social side of Nationalism
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@KennySmith
8 hours ago

@BeerHallPooch
Andrew Brons would have been amazing on Question Time
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@BeerHallPooch
8 hours ago
The book being discussed this evening can be found here:
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@KennySmith
8 hours ago

@BeerHallPooch
Indeed, I am a big collector of nationalist books and I have started telling folk I’d be happy to take anything they don’t want or would like preserved for posterity. I’ll open a reference library when we win the struggle.
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@KennySmith
9 hours ago
Hi Folks, you can get the books here:

Hammer of the Patriot


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@BeerHallPooch
9 hours ago
The book being discussed this evening can be found here:
https://www.claymorebooks.co.uk/shop/
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@BeerHallPooch
9 hours ago
The book being discussed this evening can be found here:
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@Nobody
3 hours ago
I like Kenny’s accent but what they’re saying about Pakistani is unacceptable. See? They think the Pakistani are amazing! I have to leave. I can’t stand this.
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@BeerHallPooch
7 hours ago
Morgoth on Wed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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@Kelema90
3 hours ago
People are taking far too much time to wake up. This show should be broadcast worldwide in all English speaking countries.
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@TheEuropeanSpear
4 hours ago
This book together with Go Free and you’ll never lose an argument ever again.
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@Horatius
7 hours ago
thanks guys! awesome stream!!
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@Horatius
7 hours ago
check out counter currents if looking for a stream to listen to now
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@ReedJohnson
7 hours ago
Thanks folks. Have a great night.
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@Dewitt
7 hours ago
Great show o/
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@BritishGammon
7 hours ago
night all. Great show. 14
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@BeerHallPooch
7 hours ago
ace
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@PureNomad
7 hours ago
14
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@Sons_of_Odin
7 hours ago
cya all Wednesday, take care all x
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@ChainReaction
7 hours ago
Hᴇɪʟ Bʀᴏᴛʜᴇʀs ᴀɴᴅ Sɪsᴛᴇʀs \ᴏ \ᴏ \ᴏ
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@KennySmith
7 hours ago

@Miss_Right
Yes we do, though somebody said it was not working tonight. Email sales@claymorebooks.co.uk and we can sort it for you.
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@Miss_Right
7 hours ago
14
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@Miss_Right
7 hours ago
7 at one blow.
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@Horatius
7 hours ago
I like when Mark debated 6 at once and destroyed them all
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@BeerHallPooch
7 hours ago
If in doubt, listen to Uncle mark who listened to Uncle A
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@Dewitt
7 hours ago
You’ve got me talked into but I’m on a different island 🙂
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@BeerHallPooch
7 hours ago
LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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@BeerHallPooch
7 hours ago
I go turbo on my family cos I can get away with it
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@Miss_Right
7 hours ago

@KennySmith
Do you ship outside the UK ?
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@Miss_Right
7 hours ago
No brother wars.
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@Dewitt
7 hours ago
No shipping outside of UK?
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@JohanFredrickson1290
7 hours ago
NO Brother wars
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@MEAN_PEEM
7 hours ago
great book, great stream
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@BeerHallPooch
7 hours ago
Hard to believe Mark and Kenny were once daggers drawn. DO NOT let grudges overwhem you, people
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@Miss_Right
7 hours ago

@ReedJohnson
They don’t seem to ship outside the UK ???
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@Outtolive
7 hours ago
audio books are great. Hope it goes to audio books
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@ReedJohnson
7 hours ago

@Stonewall-brigade
my pleasure
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@ReedJohnson
7 hours ago

@Stonewall-brigade
^^
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@Stonewall-brigade
7 hours ago
thanks
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@Stonewall-brigade
7 hours ago
post link to book??
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@ReedJohnson
7 hours ago
not just win the public discourse, but dominate
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@Miss_Right
7 hours ago
14 all. Great stream
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@Horatius
7 hours ago
our side needed a book like this
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@ReedJohnson
7 hours ago

@Sons_of_Odin
Sometimes that’s a good enough reason alone
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@JohanFredrickson1290
7 hours ago
Thanks Pooch , great stream, thanks all. 14
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@BeerHallPooch
7 hours ago
Hail teh Cause
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@Horatius
7 hours ago
every major Court decision over the last 80 years has been total b s. Brown vs Board of Education as just one example
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@BeerHallPooch
7 hours ago
Bloody good show. Nationalist principles came to the fore
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@KennySmith
7 hours ago

@BeerHallPooch
Thank you
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@Miss_Right
7 hours ago
Good notes make a good stream! Thanks, Aunt Sally!
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@Horatius
7 hours ago
been
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@Horatius
7 hours ago
they were made to finally work and they will never forgive for having be made to do so
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@simmons6319.2
7 hours ago
yeah I enjoy a hard day’s work.
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@Miss_Right
7 hours ago
The gay marriage decision is one that was poorly argued and wrongly decided, constitutionally, in the ‘States, and it may be overruled by the U.S. Supreme Court.
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@14Ways
7 hours ago
Work sets you free
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@simmons6319.2
7 hours ago
they’re greedy pathetic parasites that would rather scheme than work one day.
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@Sons_of_Odin
7 hours ago
or – did you know DNA tests now prove most modern Jews are not Semitic –
https://blogs.timesofisrael.com/leaked-report-israel-acknowledges-jews-in-fact-khazars-secret-plan-for-reverse-migration-to-ukraine/
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@PureNomad
7 hours ago
\o night all, thx for the show
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@ChainReaction
7 hours ago
oh corporations love saudi arabia
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@Horatius
7 hours ago
we are the normal ones. they are the evil genocidal freaks and bastards
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@Horatius
7 hours ago
not racist just normal like you great grandfathers were. most people on our side just support what was normal 80 years ago
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@Sons_of_Odin
7 hours ago
^
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@Archie.Bunker
7 hours ago
I am a racist but the good kind
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@Miss_Right
7 hours ago
talent == successfully applied for benefit
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@BeerHallPooch
7 hours ago
^^^^^^^^^^^
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@Horatius
7 hours ago
I’ve heard Greg Johnson is a homosexual and he does great work for the cause at counter currents but he is an exception
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@ChainReaction
7 hours ago
‘racist’ is the White man’s n-word
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@JohanFredrickson1290
7 hours ago
tolerance = submission
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@Dewitt
7 hours ago
They won’t hesitate to turn on you when the heat is on them
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@Outtolive
7 hours ago
Bible quotes that a fool is one who thinks he is good when he is really evil. Know your place get the best results
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@Dewitt
7 hours ago
Gays are naturally submissive, the type of ally with no honor
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@JohanFredrickson1290
7 hours ago
Laura made me think of doolan lol
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@Miss_Right
7 hours ago
Hi Catherine!!!
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@JohanFredrickson1290
7 hours ago
lol get back to china bitch pmsfl
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@Hobbit-Habit
7 hours ago
I submit that some influential figure turning up at a PA event with his non-white fiancee is the same as a gay turning up dressed as in pride parade leathers and oversized codpiece.
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@Sons_of_Odin
7 hours ago
Did laura say Ramstein ?
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@Dewitt
7 hours ago
I still won’t beg with my back against the wall.
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@Miss_Right
7 hours ago
It might be a smaller movement if we only admitted the perfect 🙂
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@ReedJohnson
7 hours ago

@14Ways
Call it what you want: our backs are against the wall
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@PureNomad
7 hours ago
lol
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@14Ways
7 hours ago
We are not beggars.
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@Outtolive
7 hours ago
Pride is illegal
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@ReedJohnson
7 hours ago
^^^^
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@Outtolive
7 hours ago
beggar is the correct word for our situation.
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@ReedJohnson
7 hours ago
utter perfection and purity spiraling are counter-productive
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@BeerHallPooch
7 hours ago
army*
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@BeerHallPooch
7 hours ago
One works with the amry he has, not with the army he wishes he had
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@Dewitt
7 hours ago
do…..do we have a lot of gays who aren’t completely indoctrinated in leftist ideology who actually want to help us? is this a thing?
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@ReedJohnson
7 hours ago
Mark is correct; beggars can’t be chosers
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@BeerHallPooch
7 hours ago
SPOT ON, Mark
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@Dewitt
7 hours ago
Pink Triangles will work too
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@BB
7 hours ago
as long as they wear bells so we know where they are
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@Miss_Right
7 hours ago
14
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@Outtolive
7 hours ago
always learn something from the show. Merits. UH Respect and courage.
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@Hobbit-Habit
7 hours ago
Very witty, Miss
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@TheThinRedLine
7 hours ago
well said
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@Miss_Right
7 hours ago
Y. M. PA, Y. M. PA
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@BeerHallPooch
7 hours ago
Mark is spot on here. Gay or not, both this person and Martin Webster have a done a hell of a lot for the Cause. That can’t be denied.
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@ReedJohnson
7 hours ago
Counter-Currents article on the value of creating new patronage and philanthropy networks:
https://tinyurl.com/bddkbxdk
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@BeerHallPooch
7 hours ago
The Spoons Hall Putsch in Kendal was serious uplifting
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@Miss_Right
7 hours ago
What if they were actually construction workers?
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@Hobbit-Habit
7 hours ago
LOL.
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@deadeye30o6
7 hours ago
gun owners of america
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@Miss_Right
7 hours ago
3
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@BeerHallPooch
7 hours ago

@Miss_Right
Poochs change things
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@deadeye30o6
7 hours ago
now every one is going with GOA
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@BB
7 hours ago
^
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@deadeye30o6
7 hours ago
NRA sold out years ago
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@Miss_Right
7 hours ago
^^ advocating a Pooch, are we?
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@KennySmith
7 hours ago

@Nobody
I’m not sure you understood what I said about these immigrants!
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@BeerHallPooch
7 hours ago
CORRECT. Unionise with them. MASS STRIKES needed. Attack the System
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@Dewitt
7 hours ago
Community means everyone living according to the same rules as much as it does values. Other cultures don’t give a fuck about our rules or values.
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@BritishGammon
7 hours ago

@Carlota
The UK gov lied and said it was only 5 million!
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@Sons_of_Odin
7 hours ago
nps buddy
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@BeerHallPooch
7 hours ago

@Sons_of_Odin
Thanks for that. Very interesting. Cheers
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@Outtolive
7 hours ago
Get under handed if you have too. survival is the name of the game. Acting British and selfish makes liberial so mad love it
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@ReedJohnson
7 hours ago
once you reduce people to the level of beasts, they’ll be capable of just about anything
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@Miss_Right
7 hours ago
It takes some intelligence, maturity, and courage to be nationalist. It was not my starting point, not being the sharpest knife in the drawer: I carried a “Little Red Book” when I was a pre-teen – Mao’s stuff was popular on the left in the ‘States during the Vietnam war.
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@Sons_of_Odin
7 hours ago
1.3 million immigrants left the UK during lockdown – economic collapse will encourage even more to leave. The WEF will help us greatly –
https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/covid-uk-immigrants-job-loss-b1787785.html
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@ReedJohnson
7 hours ago

@Horatius
*a full-spectrum genocidal campaign
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@BritishGammon
7 hours ago

@Carlota
Yes. According to the Daily Expose

UK Gov. report admits 19.2 million people in England have not had a single dose of a Covid-19 Vaccine, and another 12 million have refused a 2nd or 3rd Dose


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@Horatius
7 hours ago
whites are forced by threat of prison if they don’t subsidize non white children with their tax dollars. if they got to keep that money, they would have money to have their own or more than they have. this is a genocidal campaign
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@BeerHallPooch
7 hours ago
Folk will soon be in need of charity (toys, clothes, etc) this Christmas. We could start prepping for this by collecting / centralising this goods

@MarkCollett

@KennySmith
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@Outtolive
7 hours ago
Quit feeling guilty. good point
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@Miss_Right
7 hours ago
Which is why when people make fun of ‘they made the trains run on time’ they are completely missing the point.
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@Outtolive
7 hours ago
tell them to get out of UK Do not give them preverbally food from your tables
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@BillAtheling
7 hours ago
welocme

@Nobody
stay cool old chap, we will prevail!
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@BeerHallPooch
7 hours ago
PAIN and SUFFERING is needed to change the nomie. I do not welcome it, but it’s a necessity
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@ReedJohnson
7 hours ago

@Miss_Right
either way, the most important question regarding the repeal of Roe v. Wade is: “Is it good for whites?”
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@Horatius
7 hours ago
whites think of someone is friendly to them, then they are a good person when in actuality they don’t know them and non whites know how naive and gullible whites are when it comes to them
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@Outtolive
7 hours ago
women have enough children for replacement in USA. Immigration policy cares to much for the fourth world. 75 percent of USA would be white in 1965 immigration act was not enacted. Mass non european immigration caused it
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@Dewitt
7 hours ago
all the legal “experts” on the left are just straight commies. fuck their arguments
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@BeerHallPooch
7 hours ago
My story is similar to Kenny’s. Supporting the underdog, NF, etc
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@Miss_Right
7 hours ago
Repealing Roe was actually wanted by Constitutional lawyers on “both sides of the aisle” since it was badly argued and improperly decided. There are three other cases that the left is up in arms about but that were also badly decided that should go with support by legal experts on both sides.
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@Nobody
7 hours ago
I come here to clear my head after being targeted by middle easterners and blacks to have a fucking guy talking about how Pakistani people are great in Wales where they shouldnt exist? Fuck off!
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@PureNomad
7 hours ago
screwdriver rocked
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@ReedJohnson
7 hours ago
As long as people have food in their belly, a job to go to, money in their pockets, and are able to walk safe streets; they generally will not act
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@Carlota
7 hours ago

@BritishGammon
19 million? Really?
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@BB
7 hours ago
would you really want an influx of supporters only joining in reaction to single event or a trickle of supporters that have experienced mulitple events
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@Sons_of_Odin
7 hours ago
The Great Reset will push many people into politics and it will also make many immigrants pack their bags and go home by their own accord.
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@BeerHallPooch
7 hours ago
Spot on, kenny
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@ReedJohnson
7 hours ago
^^^
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@BritishGammon
7 hours ago
19 million people in England didn’t get a single jab-that has to be encouraging.
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@ReedJohnson
7 hours ago
it’s about being in the right position and ready to go, once circumstances and factors turn in our direction
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@ReedJohnson
7 hours ago

@BeerHallPooch
sadly
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@KennySmith
7 hours ago

@Sons_of_Odin
Thank you. I’m sure you will enjoy it.
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@Sons_of_Odin
7 hours ago
just ordered the book.
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@PrevailingWest
7 hours ago
looks interesting
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@Dewitt
7 hours ago
Imagine not fucking without regard to the life you create
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@ReedJohnson
7 hours ago
^^^^^
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@Horatius
7 hours ago
the left will create whole networks to bring women from states where abortion is banned to states where it isn’t. they have billions of dollars to make the network. unless anti abortion states outlaw the trafficking
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@Outtolive
7 hours ago
Modern Politics quoted that immigration policy was the problem 2million people were born in USA. 4 million people migrated there. guilt tripping to accept replacing our young with migrants,
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@Miss_Right
7 hours ago
How are violent young males on benefit going to benefit the economy? SMH
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@ReedJohnson
7 hours ago

@Sons_of_Odin
Repealing Roe v. Wade checks a number of boxes: 1.) your point 2.) it will produce more hostile blacks to attack whites and 3.) it will reanimate the Left.
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@BeerHallPooch
7 hours ago
Projection
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@Dewitt
7 hours ago
every other race breeds out of control without any regard to carrying capacity
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@Nobody
7 hours ago
Abortion hit blacks way more than Whites. I do not support abortion of Whites. Then you have Whites praising a black justice for now forcing more blacks being born.
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@KennySmith
7 hours ago

@BB
Greetin Thumbsberg lol! I’ll be re-using that.
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@BeerHallPooch
7 hours ago
If you would like to contribute to the stream please use Entropy:
https://entropystream.live/app/markcollett
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@ChainReaction
7 hours ago
pity streams like this don’t have a 144p vide quality option
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@Sons_of_Odin
7 hours ago
They banned abortion in the USA for the explicit reason that the abortion statistics are going to plummet due to how many women can no longer get pregnant anymore after the covid vaccine and they don’t want people asking questions.
So to cover it they banned abortion, it’s as simple as that.
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@Archie.Bunker
7 hours ago

@Nobody
The problem isn’t just the Zios that cry “antisemitism” if truth is spoken to their power. The other problem is the political correctness by all other alien cultures
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@Horatius
7 hours ago
I can’t see your name but I was the same way. No idea really why I could see through it all since I was a kid. I think it might be a mix of certain personality traits. The book American Extremist is said to discuss the subject of why we are different
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@KennySmith
7 hours ago

@BritishGammon
Thank you. Sub to this man’s channel folks.
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@Nobody
7 hours ago
I am being targeted by blacks and an Iranian and do you think there’s a White group that I can get support from in Europe? No. There’s no unity. You can only believe in so much BS before waking up.
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@ReedJohnson
7 hours ago

@Carlota
yeah, there’s definitely something wrong with Greta
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@BeerHallPooch
7 hours ago
Roes be mad LOL
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@Archie.Bunker
7 hours ago
Re: “Politicians that have the …” I am referring to Boris Johnson and Priti Patel. They don’t put their money where their mouth is.
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@Nobody
7 hours ago
The thing is we are in this situation because of corrupt Whites that let the Jews in and now because of the brainwashed ones that hate their own people and love other races.
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@Nobody
7 hours ago

@Horatius
I know I can’t compare other to me, I was reading Mein Kampf when I was a kid, I never felt sorry for the holocaust even when I thought it was real as a kid, but people in general are stupid, no matter the race. I’m White so I want Europe to be 100%
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@Archie.Bunker
7 hours ago
Politicians that have the strongest principle are “populists.” All others lie to pander to the largest mass in order to hold power and push their ideology.
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@Duncan_Onzog
7 hours ago

@Horatius
yep
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@Nobody
7 hours ago
If you want to see all the pajeets in the British parliament, here’s my cartoon celebrating the Queen’s Kwanzaa
https://gab.com/nooneisperfect/posts/108192696141444517
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@ChainReaction
7 hours ago
nice

@Archie.Bunker
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@Horatius
7 hours ago
whites are not stupid. they are living under terrorism perpetrated by a psychotic genocidal cult. maybe propagandized to be gullible and naive and trust the hierarchy way too much
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@Nobody
7 hours ago
If you want to see all the pajeets in the British parliament, here’s my cartoon celebrating the Queen’s Kwanzaa
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@BeerHallPooch
7 hours ago
“Everything I do is for the love of my own, not for the hatred of others”
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@deadeye30o6
7 hours ago
and bring the ones with blood on there hands to trial and make sure there is a RECORD of there crimes
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@Archie.Bunker
7 hours ago
The New American has a video of Daniel Natal titled “Bargaining With A Chimp” that’s about how progressives pull conservatives towards social degeneration.
https://thenewamerican.com/bargaining-with-a-chimp/
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@ReedJohnson
8 hours ago
it’s not just scolding it’s psychological warfare and abuse
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@Nobody
8 hours ago
She looks like she has down syndrome, with those asiatic eyes of hers
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@Dewitt
8 hours ago
just 6 more years goyim
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@Sons_of_Odin
8 hours ago
she has autism not down syndrome lol
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@Nobody
8 hours ago
White people are just stupid and their relative nobility (compared to other races) is their own downfall. At one point you stop feeling sorry for imbeciles.
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@Hobbit-Habit
8 hours ago
The hand-rubbers have their ecology too: They are parasites who cannot live without us.
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@Horatius
8 hours ago
evolved past animalistic traits? no but whites built civilizations which pushed down those traits and ostracized those who gave into the 7 deadly sins and other hedonism and debauchery
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@BritishGammon
8 hours ago
If the UK is “over populated” why then did the Tories import 1 million foreigners last year?
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@ReedJohnson
8 hours ago
hypocrisy is their stock and trade!
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@ReedJohnson
8 hours ago
“starving kids in Ethiopia” I never heard the end of that one
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@Sons_of_Odin
8 hours ago
my mate is having his 7th child this year
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@Hobbit-Habit
8 hours ago
We wear clothes and build houses.
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@LauraTowler
8 hours ago
If you would like to contribute to the stream please use Entropy:
https://entropystream.live/app/markcollett
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@Hobbit-Habit
8 hours ago
Humans have their ecology, which is their extended phenotype.
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@Nobody
8 hours ago

@Horatius
you think people have evolved from their animalistic traits? Only a few Whites throughout the ages have, maybe some Japanese.
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@deadeye30o6
8 hours ago
the problem is people in the west just tolerate these scamers to much just kick them out
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@ReedJohnson
8 hours ago
just because something happens, doesn’t make it right
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@BeerHallPooch
8 hours ago
The book being discussed this evening can be found here:
https://www.claymorebooks.co.uk/shop/
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@ReedJohnson
8 hours ago

@KennySmith
haha, indeed
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@Horatius
8 hours ago
because they want people to revert back to being just animals as part of their humiliation ritual
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@Nobody
8 hours ago
Animals do things in tune with nature. Animals > Human animals
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@Ancientworld
8 hours ago
Sgt Pepper
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@Ancientworld
8 hours ago
on the Beatles album
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@ChainReaction
8 hours ago
I’m a centrist myself
https://preview.redd.it/yh42m1ir4in41.jpg?width=640&crop=smart&auto=webp&s=5f3832928ae44a644e6382537f16106ff8ac2ddb
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@0KT0BER
8 hours ago
theyve been renovating/rebuilding Boleskine, Crowleys house on the quiet
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@KennySmith
8 hours ago

@ReedJohnson
But how white will it get your whites? 😉
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@deadeye30o6
8 hours ago
thats because the jew is always scamming every one even legitimate clams if they can, they’ll will milk every one what there woth regardless
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@Nobody
8 hours ago
Have you heard of the news about that Ethan Melzer guy? I haven’t had the opportunity yet to read it, no sources seemed to be very reliable.
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@BeerHallPooch
8 hours ago

@KennySmith
Glad we agree
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@Sons_of_Odin
8 hours ago
i spent 15 hours a day for 2 months solid debunking the holocaust. It was the good days back before the mass banning of information.
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@Hobbit-Habit
8 hours ago
Libtards will move the goal posts as follows: If you document the evidence that there were no homicidal gas chambers then the reply will be “well, the nazis certainly committed atrocities.”
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@Dewitt
8 hours ago
I know I know
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@ReedJohnson
8 hours ago

@Dewitt
jewish lives matter more than yours
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@ChainReaction
8 hours ago
always amused me – yanks bomb supplie lines – then wonder abt starving inmates – wtf…
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@Horatius
8 hours ago
the films show prisoners that were starving because the rail lines and infrastructure were bombed and food could go no longer get there. why would they allow them to live?? lol. you have no answer to that. the guards could of just shot them and split
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@ReedJohnson
8 hours ago

@Natty
correction: a washing machine connected to the internet that spies on you
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@ChainReaction
8 hours ago
60 – 120 milion Christian Whites exterminated by jew communism
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@BeerHallPooch
8 hours ago
I’m not supporting Barnes, merely saying it was a good idea. Brons looks like a cuddly uncle and and is well spoken and knows more of the Cause. It would have been much better

@KennySmith
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@Hobbit-Habit
8 hours ago
It’s a made-up figure and the burden of proof is on those claiming such a number.
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@Dewitt
8 hours ago
Forget about that Holodomor stuff the (((commies))) committed goyim, only the Jews deaths matter
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@ChainReaction
8 hours ago
in the East during peak war a few hungarian jews might have been executed due to threat n terrorism – all countries have done far worse
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@schintzellove
8 hours ago
Thanks sons of odin
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@Nobody
8 hours ago
Natty saw the meme from yesterday, of the woman that supports abortion lying on the couch with wine, cats, crying.
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@ReedJohnson
8 hours ago
wine aunty!
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@Dewitt
8 hours ago
and 24 million have been saved
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@regnark
8 hours ago
That’s why 12 millions get reparations.
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@deadeye30o6
8 hours ago
sorry they have films of the camps of prisoners in them when they free them
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@Sons_of_Odin
8 hours ago
that link is a keeper
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@Sons_of_Odin
8 hours ago
PDF of the official redcross investigation into total deaths in the camps
https://archive.org/details/ReportOfTheInternationalCommitteeOfTheRedCrossOnItsActivitiesDuring/ReportOfTheInternationalCommitteeOfTheRedCrossOnItsActivitiesDuringTheSecondWorldWarseptember11939-June301947Vol.2/
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@KennySmith
8 hours ago

@BeerHallPooch
Barnes the unqualified legal eagle lol! Even broken clocks are correct twice a day. One Lamp’s yes men buttered him up and he was not ready for it. He was no longer used to combating the dissenting voice.
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@deadeye30o6
8 hours ago
dude they have file of the camps of prisoners in them when they free them
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@Dewitt
8 hours ago
only 6 million out of 6 million survived the holohoax
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@ReedJohnson
8 hours ago
laughter is deadly
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@ChainReaction
8 hours ago
plenty of proof that it couldn’t have happened, even the number on the plaque kept changing, which is why it was made illegal to question
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@Dewitt
8 hours ago
HEY NICK FUENTES BELIEBERS IN THE HUWHITE RACE
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@ReedJohnson
8 hours ago
know your audience and your target demographic
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@Horatius
8 hours ago

@dead
there are no records and they have no proof. look into it because you’ve been lied to
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@Nobody
8 hours ago
Guys are there groups where we can get vetted to do normal activities and befriend people in our sphere in Southern Europe?
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@ReedJohnson
8 hours ago
the tide of laughter has turned at that point
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@PureNomad
8 hours ago
damn wish I’d have caught the start
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@deadeye30o6
8 hours ago
so you really can’t say it didn’t happen
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@Horatius
8 hours ago
records of what?
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@Horatius
8 hours ago
blackpilled talked about how all the movie industry heads went to the concentration camps in 45 and came back to the U S and didn’t mention a Holocaust or anything at all 🤔
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@Nobody
8 hours ago
They say because it’s so “bad” that if you question it, you’re evil and there’s room for “misinformation”.
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@deadeye30o6
8 hours ago
well they do got records of it though
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@BeerHallPooch
8 hours ago
I’ll keep saying it: Lee Barnes was right is proposing pulling Griffo at the last minute and sending Brons instead.

@KennySmith
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@JohanFredrickson1290
8 hours ago
wheres the reciepts
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@ReedJohnson
8 hours ago

@Horatius
as useless as tits on a bull
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@Hobbit-Habit
8 hours ago
Mark snapping a Roman? 🙂
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@ChainReaction
8 hours ago
oh give me that chance just once…
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@Horatius
8 hours ago
debating a libshit is like trying to nail jello to a wall
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@BeerHallPooch
8 hours ago
Ok if we’re going down that route, Uncle A
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@Nobody
8 hours ago
Good evening. Trying to stay cool while being targeted by blacks and an Iranian in Europe. I wish I had friends in our sphere but I live in a melting pot in Europe.
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@Sons_of_Odin
8 hours ago
mosley, my fave as well
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@JohanFredrickson1290
8 hours ago
^^^
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@BB
8 hours ago
mosley
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@BeerHallPooch
8 hours ago
Apart from Bowden, who’s the best Nat speaker???? Arthur Kemp for me
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@Horatius
8 hours ago
global warming hoax has exposed the science industry, paid for by government, as completely corrupt and converged
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@ReedJohnson
8 hours ago
brutality and savagery is a virtue in debating. Or rather, there’s debating, and then there’s intellectual combat
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@BritishGammon
8 hours ago

@Hobbit-Habit
What do you mean by “green”? 😂
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@Hobbit-Habit
8 hours ago
Physical anthropology was killed by (((Boaz))).
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@Dewitt
8 hours ago
even when it does they discard it because you quoted it
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@LauraTowler
8 hours ago
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@Hobbit-Habit
8 hours ago
They will deconstruct “greenness.”
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@deadeye30o6
8 hours ago
whats wrong goy you don’t like my arguments
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@ReedJohnson
8 hours ago

@Carlota
you know that
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@Dewitt
8 hours ago
gotta have the (((peers))) check it out for “truth”
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@Miss_Right
8 hours ago

@Hobbit-Habit
Yes, I have the .PDF, I’d like a printed copy – maybe I can get it printed in a “Pocket Constitution” format 🙂
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@Horatius
8 hours ago

@Bill
you can’t like on your phone until the video is uploaded after
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@BeerHallPooch
8 hours ago
Iron fist in velvet glove. Laura is bad ass
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@ReedJohnson
8 hours ago
the public wants to be entertained as they’re influenced
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@ReedJohnson
8 hours ago

@Hobbit-Habit
Haha, nice. I like raptors
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@LauraTowler
8 hours ago
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@Hobbit-Habit
8 hours ago
It’s a literary velociraptor’s sickle claw.
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@ReedJohnson
8 hours ago
yeah, combo phrases and strategically placed insults are fun too. Mark’s good at that
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@BillAtheling
8 hours ago
97 currently watching on Odysee 47 likes, come on folks….
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@BeerHallPooch
8 hours ago
#Basedkenny
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@deadeye30o6
8 hours ago
oy vey
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@Horatius
8 hours ago
propaganda articles and propaganda studies are created on purpose to be used by activists later
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@BeerHallPooch
8 hours ago
Dr Shlomo Chickenswinger says….
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@PureNomad
8 hours ago
cool nattys back on the book review show
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@Nordic_Warrior14
8 hours ago
Lol
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@ReedJohnson
8 hours ago
hahaha
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@Horatius
8 hours ago
meet rhetoric with rhetoric. dialectic with dialectic. also most people are rhetorical thinkers so rhetoric will work much better on them. speaking dialectally to them is like speakinga foreign language. pointless
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@Carlota
8 hours ago
Trump owned hostile interviewers by making the audience laugh without even having to address the questions
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@ReedJohnson
8 hours ago
Soy Squared!
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@ReedJohnson
8 hours ago

@MarkCollett
100%. Laughter is deadly, highly-effective, and totally underrated. Make them laugh and they will love you and your message.
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@sparkofspirit
8 hours ago
spiteful mutants
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@Hobbit-Habit
8 hours ago

@Miss_Right
You can find the pdf on the “wayback machine.”
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@Sons_of_Odin
8 hours ago
I like the sound of this book, i think I will buy it
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@ReedJohnson
8 hours ago
Perhaps some light facts and figures where effective, but yeah, the public doesn’t really care about “muh facts”. They do however, love wit
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@ReedJohnson
8 hours ago
humiliating a bad faith opponent is always a crowd pleaser. The crowd loves it
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@BeerHallPooch
8 hours ago
Tollah’s a cheeky monkey
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@Miss_Right
8 hours ago

@KennySmith
Do you ship to the U.S. ?
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@ReedJohnson
8 hours ago
haha, that’s a pretty funny rebuttal
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@BeerHallPooch
8 hours ago
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@BeerHallPooch
8 hours ago
“racist!” I just laugh and say, “spare me you meaningless cliches -they have no power with me”
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@ReedJohnson
8 hours ago
human rights don’t apply to whites, by their standard anyway
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@KennySmith
8 hours ago

@Miss_Right
Only via the website for now.
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@BeerHallPooch
8 hours ago
LOL. No wonder I was lost
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@BillAtheling
8 hours ago
lol you wrote ty (I guess for ta), ty is the Welsh word for house 🙂
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@BeerHallPooch
8 hours ago
You’ve lost me, mate???????

@BillAtheling
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@JohanFredrickson1290
8 hours ago
Evening all
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@ReedJohnson
8 hours ago
haha, what (((group))) was helping to fund colonialism? As usual, no legs to stand on
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@Hobbit-Habit
8 hours ago
Libtards are knuckle-dragging halfwits.
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@BillAtheling
8 hours ago
ty … house

@BeerHallPooch
?
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@Miss_Right
8 hours ago
Claymore doesn’t (yet?) ship to the ‘States.
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@ReedJohnson
8 hours ago
the public appreciates dominance with style and panache
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@BeerHallPooch
8 hours ago
ty
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@BillAtheling
8 hours ago
WALES 🙂
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@BeerHallPooch
8 hours ago
Excellent. Puts my mind at rest.

@BillAtheling
What region are you (if you can say here)?
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@ChainReaction
8 hours ago
TA ^
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@Miss_Right
8 hours ago
Where is it available in the ‘States?
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@BillAtheling
8 hours ago
Mike Lynch

@ChainReaction
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@ChainReaction
8 hours ago
who was the guy that humiliated piers morgan?
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@BillAtheling
8 hours ago

@BeerHallPooch
they will be, my lad’s in PA too and my kids are all ‘red pilled’ 🙂
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@Hobbit-Habit
8 hours ago
PM Nick
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@ReedJohnson
8 hours ago
“Failure to prepare, is preparing to fail”
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@BeerHallPooch
8 hours ago

@BillAtheling
Futher to what me and Kenny were just saying, please ensure the books will be preserved within the Movement. I dread to think how many Nat books have ended in the bin after deaths
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@ReedJohnson
8 hours ago

@BeerHallPooch
Agreed. It’s not for everyone.
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@ReedJohnson
8 hours ago

@Hobbit-Habit
I like e-books too. You’d be surprised how much ground you can cover on your phone with life’s dead time (waiting in line, doctor’s office, etc.)
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@BillAtheling
8 hours ago

@BeerHallPooch
yes, me too, lots of reference encyclopedias, etc. pre’woke’… surrounded by books here ready for the next generation….
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@Miss_Right
8 hours ago

@BeerHallPooch
same here. paper is my friend
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@BeerHallPooch
8 hours ago
I struggle to read digital books. It’s just not the same
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@ReedJohnson
8 hours ago
^^ out of the gate
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@Miss_Right
8 hours ago

@ReedJohnson
agreed, Mark’s on point today
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@KennySmith
8 hours ago

@BeerHallPooch
Good on both of you. I couldn’t agree more.
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@Hobbit-Habit
8 hours ago
I’m used to reading digital books.
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@Miss_Right
8 hours ago
Laura said she likes to read Kai Murros speeches in chapters at her leisure.
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@ReedJohnson
8 hours ago
“All killer, no filler” is a fantastic phrase
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@BeerHallPooch
8 hours ago
are*
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@BeerHallPooch
8 hours ago
Nice one

@KennySmith
Glad to hear that. Myself and Fenek Solore have extensive libraries. We need to ensure they and suitably passed on
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@ReedJohnson
8 hours ago

@14Ways
If Mark comes off Red Bull now, he’ll likely die from the withdrawal
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@14Ways
8 hours ago
Mark need to change his diet
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@Hobbit-Habit
8 hours ago
A Readers Digest condensed book.
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@ReedJohnson
8 hours ago
many writers take too long getting to the point and being careless with the reader’s time
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@ReedJohnson
8 hours ago
^ good thinking
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@BeerHallPooch
8 hours ago

@KennySmith
Bad loss. I keep banging on about folk ensuring their wills and book collections go to a good home within the Movement
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@KennySmith
8 hours ago

@BeerHallPooch
Not sure what happened to his set up after he passed away.
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@ReedJohnson
8 hours ago

@Hobbit-Habit
Indeed
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@LauraTowler
8 hours ago
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@Dewitt
8 hours ago
o/
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@Rill
8 hours ago
dulcet tones
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@Hobbit-Habit
8 hours ago
Verbal ammunition.
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@Hobbit-Habit
9 hours ago
My kinda book.
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@BillAtheling
9 hours ago

@ReedJohnson
Hear hear
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@ReedJohnson
9 hours ago
facts and truth are not always enough; rhetorical sparring skills, however, count
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@ReedJohnson
9 hours ago
short and sweet
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@ReedJohnson
9 hours ago
“educate them to stay in the struggle”, I like the sound of that
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@BeerHallPooch
9 hours ago
What happened to Anthony Hancock’s printing op at Liss House, Hants?????????????????
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@deadeye30o6
9 hours ago
like the slavs etc, etc
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@deadeye30o6
9 hours ago
what about eastern europeans
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@ReedJohnson
9 hours ago
^ haha, yes indeed
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@Hobbit-Habit
9 hours ago
We have reality on our side.
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@Miss_Right
9 hours ago
‘When we win – and we WILL win….”
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@ReedJohnson
9 hours ago
when we take power, the beans will be worth more
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@Murderbaycasual
9 hours ago
14
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@14Ways
9 hours ago
14
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@Hobbit-Habit
9 hours ago
Odysee is the Model T of video platforms.
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@simmons6319.2
9 hours ago
1️⃣4️⃣
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@deadeye30o6
9 hours ago
14 all the way
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@Miss_Right
9 hours ago
14 everyone
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@deadeye30o6
9 hours ago
hello
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@ChainReaction
9 hours ago
looking forward to this
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@BillAtheling
9 hours ago
lmao… 🙂
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@BeerHallPooch
9 hours ago
What time does Spoons stop Sunday dinner????????? LOL
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@Hobbit-Habit
9 hours ago
88, all!
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@ReedJohnson
9 hours ago
^ that sounds tasty
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@BeerHallPooch
9 hours ago
Beef and mustard, baby carrots, that really dark cabbage, garden peas… kin starving now
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@BillAtheling
9 hours ago

@BeerHallPooch
and roasties cooked in beef dripping mmm
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@BillAtheling
9 hours ago
lol
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@BeerHallPooch
9 hours ago
STOP, Bill! I’ve only had fishcakes and chips! LOL
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@BillAtheling
9 hours ago

@BeerHallPooch

@LauraTowler
and of course home made gravy from the stock… 🙂
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9 hours ago
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@BillAtheling
9 hours ago

@BeerHallPooch
yes, we cook the beef overnight slowly…
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@BeerHallPooch
9 hours ago
Yorks pud at least then. Beef is my fav
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@LauraTowler
9 hours ago
Ooh sounds lush!
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@ChainReaction
9 hours ago
Hᴇɪʟ Bʀᴏᴛʜᴇʀs ᴀɴᴅ Sɪsᴛᴇʀs \ᴏ \ᴏ \ᴏ
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@BillAtheling
9 hours ago
Roast chicken, veg and Yorkshires 🙂
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@BeerHallPooch
9 hours ago
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@BillAtheling
9 hours ago
just finishing a late Sunday roast as I listen!
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@LauraTowler
9 hours ago
Hey Bill
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@BillAtheling
9 hours ago
evening folks, evening

@LauraTowler
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@LauraTowler
9 hours ago
Good evening
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@Rill
9 hours ago
evening
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@DairyMilkDisciple
9 hours ago
very interested in this one. had the opportunity to talk about the GT red squirrel pin and what it means to some normie veterans recently and really wasn’t able to get the message across
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@ReedJohnson
9 hours ago
Good evening patriots
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