James Mason

What a discovery! Yesterday I watched this clip featuring James Nolan Mason:

The whole, three-part old interview by Tom Metzger can be watched: here. I haven’t read Mason’s Siege because it is out-of-print, and a single surviving copy can be purchased through Amazon at $1798 dollars.

On the other hand, a book packed with lots of illustrations like Siege cannot be read comfortably with the small letters of the available PDF, which today I uploaded to this site: here (postscript note: deleted – see the bottom of this entry).

After watching the whole Metzger interview of Mason the idea occurred to me to print at home the PDF of Siege. While the small letters make an uncomfortable reading both on screen and paper, it is possible to take the printed PDF to Office Depot and make photocopies of the whole text with amplified letters. It surely will be less expensive than purchasing rare surviving copies through Amazon.

Yes, we have Noontide Press and Arthur Kemp’s Ostara Publications. But we still need another publishing house. Recently I was shocked to learn that Pierce’s Who We Are, which (to my mind) is the most important book for racialists together with Hellstorm, is now unavailable from Amazon. Like Siege and other books, Who We Are should be available in printed form.

It is true that Johnson’s Counter-Currents has published several books. But like the mediocre Arktos Press, out of ten books Johnson publishes one good book for nine mediocre books. These two are not revolutionary but merely reactionary publishing houses.

It looks like Mason is still living but he seems to have disappeared from the public scene. Now that white nationalists are going to the streets for the first time, it could be great if a national socialist could investigate what happened to Mason.

P.S. I have now deleted the text of Siege because of this comment, and uploaded instead a better version:


The above PDF can certainly be printed at home and the printed page makes for a very comfortable reading.

Published in: on May 15, 2017 at 10:15 am  Comments (21)