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Re: National Alliance Radio question

Post by Mike G » Fri Dec 18, 2015 5:43 pm

I am loving the radio stream, on the way home from work today I heard a speech that compared our situation to the Orwell novel 1984. I thought it was fantastic, may I ask who that was?

p.s. I ordered the building a whiter world pamphlet, I cannot wait to read that once it arrives.

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Re: National Alliance Radio question

Post by Kevin Alfred Strom » Fri Dec 18, 2015 5:50 pm

Mike G wrote:I am loving the radio stream, on the way home from work today I heard a speech that compared our situation to the Orwell novel 1984. I thought it was fantastic, may I ask who that was?

p.s. I ordered the building a whiter world pamphlet, I cannot wait to read that once it arrives.

Michael

That was Mike Kosmatka, who also MCed the convention. I think our introductory booklet will not disappoint you -- you'll want to order more for distribution.

All the best,

Kevin.

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Re: National Alliance Radio question

Post by Mike G » Fri Dec 18, 2015 6:04 pm

I have high hopes for it, I may in the future order a bulk quantity to include as a gift with orders to my site.
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Re: National Alliance Radio question

Post by Will Williams » Sat Dec 19, 2015 12:40 am

Your Building a New White World booklet was mailed to you today, Mike. A couple of our monthly National Alliance Members BULLETINs were included.

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Re: National Alliance Radio question

Post by Mike G » Sat Dec 19, 2015 9:43 am

Awesome, I decided I want to become an official member last night.
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Re: National Alliance Radio question

Post by Will Williams » Sat Oct 19, 2019 3:03 pm

Will Williams wrote:
David York wrote:...[H]e also said that there are still some American MIA soldiers still alive in Vietnam or Southeast Asia to this day and I guess they must be free men by now. Do you think there is any truth to that?
I have no opinion about that. It's not an issue that interests me. There's a big difference in a soldier being MIA, then becoming an accounted for POW. Thailand was an ally of the U.S., then and now. The communist victors from that "conflict" are now "our" most favored trade partners. :roll: Makes a Vietnam vet wonder if it was all worth it, eh?
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Here's an example of a bonafide hero who was also a POW: http://www.soc.mil/swcs/RegimentalHonor ... f_rowe.pdf
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