John Tyndall (1934-2005)

Or:

Before the BNP betrayed itself

“The day that our followers lose their ability to hate will be the day that they lose their power and their will to achieve anything worthwhile at all.”

—John Tyndall

 
TyndallDon’t miss British Paul Hickman’s premier radio-podcast aired today in a show that has been baptized “Voice of Albion.” Hickman is a National Socialist, and it is refreshing to listen that he has chosen classical music at the beginning and the end of his first episode instead of the common rock “music” we have to endure in most white nationalist sites.

It is also refreshing to know that Tyndall’s recorded voice sounds like the voice of a man instead of the feminized voices one hears in the programs of most white nationalists. (For an article written by Tyndall himself in the times that I wanted to move to England, see my latest post at the Addenda.)

Published in: on October 27, 2013 at 6:11 pm  Comments (3)  

John Tyndall on the JQ

A sentence in one John Tyndall’s old articles—:

The truth was inescapable. In not one single case could I find any prominent, powerful and influential Jewish personage who identified himself or herself with any cause complementary to the interests of the British Nation.

—reminded me the phrase that moved me to flip sides on the Jewish Question in 2010, as explained in my red letters of my Avery Bullard quotation in “A lightning in the middle of the night”:

As I have often pointed out, socialism is by and large a disease of the intellectuals, and Jews are over-represented among intellectuals, due to a high native intelligence and a tradition of giving their children as much education as possible. Jews were also over-represented amongst musicians, physicists, and capitalist entrepreneurs. But they are never over-represented in organisations or movements that represent the interests of the ethnic majority, only those that weaken that majority. [my emphasis]

See full article at Counter-Currents: here.

Published in: on August 21, 2013 at 10:29 am  Leave a Comment  
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