Cultural Change through Music & Activism
Freedompalooza July 2-3

Some 20 speakers, 20 bands, plus two days of patriotism and truth-telling. It’s called Freedompalooza, and on July 2-3 it’s rolling into one of the historic birthplaces of America, Kintnersville, Pa. On June 8, this writer interviewed Paul Topete, frontman for the political rock band Pokerface and originator of Freedompalooza. “We envision [...]

NPI Conference: Towards a New Nationalism

  Conference Overview NPI’s 2011 conference will address the consequences of mass immigration into the United States from cultural, political, and biological perspectives. It will feature prominent experts, panel discussions, and ample time for speakers’ interaction with attendees. This year’s presenters include Peter Brimelow, Sam Dickson, James Edwards, John Glad, Alex Kurtagić, [...]

“Youths” Gone Wild

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“Youths” Gone Wild

This past Memorial Day weekend was anything but civil, but in many places it looked like a war. And people may remember—or even commemorate—this year’s “festivities” a hundred years from now. Crowd situations in multiple American cities came so unglued that massive police intervention was required to shut down activities at beaches, [...]

Athens:  “The Streets Cry Out For Justice!”

In the streets of Athens hundreds of residents came out of their homes to protest and shout their anger and resentment against immigrants from North Africa. The tragic events that took place this week rocked Greek citizens. In the early morning of May 10th, (around 5-6) 44-year-old Manolis Kantara waiting for his [...]

Greek Mass Media`s Bias On “Race Riots”

A man was killed in Athens last week taking his wife to the hospital to have their baby. He brought his camera to tape the birth of his first child. 3 illegal immigrants stabbed him to death for his camera. Moments after, his wife found him dead a few meters from his [...]



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