Featured BooksIn this amazing compilation of in-depth essays, author William White examines the roles and effects of the Aryan and non-Aryan upon the cultures of the Near East and Europe. White calls upon his vast knowledge of ancient cultures to rewrite the history of this tumultuous era and present us with a finely-woven tapestry, uncolored by political correctness. Beginning with an explanation of how our myths and history have been so intertwined as to leave us asking where the line can be drawn, he moves onto examinations of the religious and cultural interplay between various disparate peoples. More info →
- Radio Free Northwest – April 6th, 2020Andy with Party updates, a request about packages sent to the Front, and White Nationalism’s version of “pop culture.” The Trucker checks in from Texas, Gretchen reviews Ragnar Redbeard’s Might is Right, and Jason talks on good things that may come from the Chinese coronavirus crisis, unsalvageable America, and additional thought on Might is Right, with personal praise for the same. […]
- Radio Free Northwest – April 6th, 2020
- Panicdemic (#2)Modern Lifestyles Are Trying To Kill You Exposure to air pollution and COVID-19 mortality in the United States The majority of the pre-existing conditions that increase the risk of death for COVID-19 are the same diseases that are affected by long-term exposure to air pollution. We investigate whether long-term average exposure to fine particulate matter […]
- Panicdemic (#2)
Yesterday & Today
National Socialism Yesterday and Today is a radical book, but it is one that someone has needed to write for decades. In this small but powerful book, author and philosopher William A. White discusses national socialism as political philosophy that in its purest essence brings order to the state while empowering and enriching—culturally and financially—the state and its people at the same time.
This is the direct antithesis of the American state today which punishes its people with police state brutality, steals their money through unfair forms of taxation, listens in on every possible private communication, tortures those who rise up against it and generally turns the natural order upside down.
But national socialism is not an invention of the modern era. There were great leaders of the past who employed their version of national socialist theory while they reigned. These men were few and far between, but their terms in power were almost unanimously hailed as “golden times” for the citizenry. The names of these avatars who transformed their states into ones serving all stations of society live on even today, though their reputations have been slandered or their names nearly erased from history by their contemporaries.
But what would happen if a national socialist state developed in America today? How would it be instituted? What changes would it bring to the nation? What would happen to society? What would the goals of the new state be? How would the party be organized? What ideals should its Leader exemplify? What is to be done with the corrupt judiciary? What kind of budget will a new National Socialist Party and its affiliates need? How would local chapters be organized? How will initiates be chosen?
All this and much more is discussed in National Socialism Yesterday & Today by William A. White. Softcover, 109 pages, $12 plus $3.50 S&H inside the United States. Outside the United States add $24 S&H for 1-3 books. Send check or money order drawn on U.S. banks only to Poisoned Pen Publishing, P.O. Box 2770, Stafford, VA 22555. All proceeds go toward the author’s legal fees as he is currently fighting the federal government for his freedom. You can order online by going to amazon.com and searching for Poisoned Pen Publishing or go to:
The PDF file below contains Judge Turks concluding remarks in regards to sentencing in the Roanoke case, saying that if it had been anyone other than Bill White, it would have been classified as a domestic/civil case and not the more serious federal charge of extortion.
The relevant part is highlighted.
Read Judge Turks remarks here: Sentencing Transcript