Wednesday, 23 May 2012

The Paper Money Calf, the New Unhappy Lords: Consume, Obey, Pay.

Bow down and worship the new gods.

The time of the golden calf is past. Worship the paper money calf.

These are the new unhappy lords, backed by the shysters of Wall Street and the spooks of the CIA.

Those who refuse to worship will face sanctions and war.

They want unquestioning consumers. 'Old fashioned' ideas such as Faith, Family and Nation are outmoded to these new gods. Heritage and history are irrelevant.

Consume! Pay the bills. Pay usury debt. Hand over your taxes for the government's usury debt.

The billionaires, the media moguls, the international financiers, the multinational bosses all want more of your money, they want billions poured on billions, while you may struggle to make ends meet. If using political and Christian prisoners in China or using sweat shops in the Third World helps their global profits: so be it. If that means exporting more jobs from Europe: so be it.

Making enough money is not an option. Call it gluttony, call it greed, call it obscene -- mega-profits are all that matter. Mega-bucks for them and their political hirelings.

So consume what they churn out.

Consume. Obey. Pay.

Do not speak out. Do not stand up for your Faith, for your Family, or for your Nation. Do not rock the boat. That is what terrorists and extremists do.

What are you? Do you believe in this wonderful live-and-let-live democracy? Or are you like some sort of Muslim outsider? Or an evil fascist?

Consume. Obey. Pay.

Saturday, 19 May 2012

Sale: Nationalist CDs from £4. Folk, Skinhead, Identity, Metal etc.

This blurb is on the FC online shop:

Our CD Sale is now on. CDs from as low as £4 and £5, including some best-selling titles.

This is a great time to fill your boots! So tell your mates too.

Remember you can still buy 5 and get the 6th free - or buy 10 and get the 11th, 12th and 13th free (the free ones must be the cheapest).

This is a great time to plug the gaps in your collection or get a cross-section of titles if you are new to Nationalist music.

NB: With some items in high demand and a great clearout price we are sure some titles will be sold out very quickly. As such we suggest you list alternative titles when ordering in the notes section, just in case one or more of your first choices has already sold out.

Remember we take debit and credit card payment, just fill in the form, it's all secure. We just need the 3 digits on the back of the card emailed separately to:

We advise ordering soon as we intend clearing out a lot of titles - and once they are gone, they are gone!

Saturday, 5 May 2012

Irish Patriots Against Communism

A 1930's poster issued by the Irish Blue Shirts who sent volunteers to fight on the Nationalist side in the Spanish Civil War.

Tuesday, 1 May 2012

Romanian Nationalists March Against International Finance

A report from our Romanian Comrades:

About 150 nationalists (according to police sources) and 200 (according to organisers) answered "Here!" on Saturday afternoon at the call of the Timisoara local branch of “Noua Dreapta”, the largest radical nationalist youth movement in Romania, and took part at the march directed against the entire political class, which is considered responsible for the present social and economic situation of Romania. The action was also directed against the colonialist attitudes of the great international capital, particularly identified as International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank.
Along the comrades from Banat region marched several other branches of “Noua Dreapta” from around the country: Arad, Petrosani, Cluj, Bistrita, Sibiu, Iasi, Ramnicu Sarat, Brasov, Piatra Neamt, Mures and Bucharest. Also a delegation of Serbian Action from the neighbouring country arrived on the shores of Bega river.
The column of participants started from the Queen Marry Park at 16:00 o’clock and headed for the Metropolitan Orthodox Cathedral in city centre. Along the route there were several state institutions, like the Prefecture, the County Council and the City Hall.
During the entire action the nationalists waved Romanian Flags as well as green flags displaying the Celtic cross and chanted patriotic slogans such as “World Bank out!”, “Down with IMF government”, “Romania to the Romanians”, “Francmasonry  destroys Romania”, “We do not want to be a nation of slaves!” or “PDL-USL: they all come from Communist Party”. In addition, several banners were displayed with the following messages: “Romania not for sale”, “We want our country back”, “Romania is a national, sovereign, independent, unified and undivided state”, “For a Great Romania, dignified and strong”, “Down with the unique Party of Corruption: PSD-PDL-PNL-UDMR-UNPR. The only opposition – single alternative - Noua Dreapta”.
Among the ones that held brief speeches in front of the Orthodox Cathedral, there were lawyer Tudor Ionescu, the leader of Noua Dreapta, Bogdan Popa, leader of the local branch and also a representative of the comrades from Serbia. All speakers criticised the dictatorship of world financial organisations which chained the European nations through obedient politicians.
“The political parties did nothing since 1990 but steal and sign disadvantageous agreements for our country. Everything is now for sale in Romania, starting with natural resources and finishing with football. We, through this march, wanted to raise an alarm signal”, Bogdan Popa declared in front of the participants.
“It is because of IMF that we reached the point we are at now. The World Bank solution was disadvantageous for Romania. The IMF agreements were disastrous. Cutting salaries, freezing pensions… Only Romanians had to suffer. We must not believe that if the Ungureanu government fell things will get better. It is still the IMF government ruling the country”, stated Tudor Ionescu, leader of Noua Dreapta.
For images and video of the demo visit here.

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