The Soft Parade
Tsarist anti gay-propaganda laws, Snow Odin’s Adventures, Roman computer games, GMOCheerio’s commercials. America desires more soft language use! More soft-core homo porn (UFC) broadcasting at bars nationwide simultaneously! More soft-kill-initiating television shows about fat crypto kingpins buying old items! The consumer dire mire discussed through history, poetry, news articles, music and musings of hopefully, your very own Old World machination at this new time slot. Antifa is on a soft parade and propped up by the whole of the system’s export and well-(sissifying)wishing , as usual. Why not at least curse them out on air live?
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That guy who called in sounded pretty smart – looks like your tactic of a time change to pull in europeans worked Sieg, good job. Next time if you get him on, and try and let him talk a little more, he had very intelligent things to say! I did some research and it looks like there is an NS movement there, but its small – surprising its even allowed considering european anti-hate laws; its said to hear that the main “nationalist” party is a another fucking scam; on stormfront there is a like with a picture of david duke and some guy that got in trouble, i guess its called the “Dane’s party” – idk if thats the same pseudo/fake main “nationalist” party the… Read more »
Thanks a lot, I appreciate it.
Yeah, we do have a NS movement, but it’s pretty irrelevant and poorly lead.
I’m a member of The Danes’ Party and we are not at all fake nationalists.
II would love to talk more about Danish nationalism and I will definitely try calling in another time.
A very good show. I enjoyed it. Thank you.
so the Dane’s Party and this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Socialist_Movement_of_Denmark; you guys should unify into one group!
The Danes’ Party is accually formed by former members of DNSB (National Socialist Movement of Denmark) after the previous leader stepped down and was followed by the leadership, that they now have.
I would love to talk about nationalist organizations in Denmark and their history, but the interest and the relevance is pretty limited.