Category: Red Ice Radio

Only a Matter of Time, 10/28/14

The “movement” never disappoints.


Seeing this post, and the picture which accompanied it, I knew it was only a matter of time before the “movement” behaved in its usual manner.

James Holbeyfield 

Posted October 27, 2014 at 11:54 pm | Permalink‘Fess up Greg: how many comments, good-natured in the singular but desperate in the collective, have you had to reject for reasons quite different from the usual trolling?

         Greg Johnson

Posted October 28, 2014 at 3:47 am | Permalink
That’s why I added the P.S.: Lana is happily married.


I don’t blame Greg Johnson for that – I can only imagine that the “happily married” addendum was made necessary by the comments that came in.  I DO blame those CC readers who made the comments, the sort of juvenile jackasses who reinforce my belief that comments sections are worthless, and that the “movement” is a joke.

Yes, I know: I’m a joyless, pedantic, stuffy, type A pain-in-the-ass. They’re “only having fun.” Hardee-har-har.  Revilo Oliver talking about 50 years of “movement” failure nearly 50 years ago is also all in good fun too.  Hardee-har-har.  In another 50 years, there may not be anyone left to make a video about their own look at 50 years of “movement” failure. Hardee-har-har.  All in good fun.

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Salter, Red Ice Radio, and the Treason of the Elites

Interesting talk.

See here.

This is all very interesting, particularly the second hour.  There, Salter describes the betrayal of the elites and the need for those elites to be held accountable.  For example, the need for the likes of Tony Blair to be held accountable in a court or law for genocidal immigration policies and gross treason against the interests of native majorities.  Salter also makes the crucially important point that majorities in Western nations need to admit their defeat, they need to admit that the state is no longer under their control and no longer serving their interests, that the state is actually openly hostile to majority interests, they need to adopt an ice-cold realistic view of their strategic situation.  In reaction, Salter advocates for a form of “democratic multiculturalism,” in which the majority group openly asserts its rights as part of the multicultural system, and utilizes the infrastructure of the multicultural state to pursue their own group interests. This is all very useful food-for-thought, and we should all thank Dr. Salter and the host of Red Ice Radio for presenting this discussion for consideration and analysis.