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Clogging, dancing and fiddling…

Southrons and Celtic cousins worldwide:

If you can watch this video without tears of joy welling up in your eyes, you need to check your pulse.

Yet another great reason to blow up your t.v., throw away your papers, move to the country, build yourself a home and community.

We don’t do this every night at LITM, some nights we sleep 😉 .

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File this under We don’t have unlimited time – Fortis: Complete Collapse of U.S. Financial System Imminent

I do not trust any of the MSM. WE know the Empire is rotten, looks to me they are in the process of collapsing it intentionally. Glen Beck, WSJ, Forbes, Royal Bank of Scot, Morgan Stanley, now Fortis and Barclays warning of collaspe. Real or Memorex? Dont know, but Check you 6!

Fortis is a large bank and insurer in the Netherlands and Belgium. It took over ABN Amro last year, together with RBS and another bank. Last Thursday, its share lost 17% because Fortis attracted foreign capital.

I was shocked when I read the following, which was brought out 4hours ago:

American ‘meltdown’ reason for money injection Fortis.

28th of June, 9:10
BRUSSELS/AMSTERDAM – Fortis expects a complete collapse of the US financial markets within a few days to weeks. That explains, according to Fortis, the series of interventions of last Thursday to retrieve € 8 billion. “We have been saved just in time. The situation in the US is much worse than we thought”, says Fortis chairman Maurice Lippens. Fortis expects bankruptcies amongst 6000 American banks which have a small coverage currently. But also Citigroup, General Motors, there is starting a complete meltdown in the US”

(Original article)

http://www.dft.nl/bedrijven/fortis/4339542/Amerikaanse__rsquo_meltdown_rsquo__reden_geldinjectie_Fortis.html

VOTRON BLIJFT AAN NA GOLF VAN KRITIEK

Amerikaanse ’meltdown’ reden geldinjectie Fortis

28 Jun 08, 09:10
door onze correspondent
BRUSSEL/AMSTERDAM (DFT) – Fortis rekent binnen enkele dagen tot weken op het volledig instorten van de Amerikaanse financiële markten. Dat verklaart volgens de bankverzekeraar de serie ingrepen van donderdag om zich met €8 miljard te versterken. „We zijn op het nippertje gereed. Het gaat in de Verenigde Staten veel slechter dan gedacht”, zegt Fortis-chairman Maurice Lippens, die volhoudt dat topman Votron aanblijft. Fortis verwacht faillissementen onder 6000 Amerikaanse banken die nu weinig dekking hebben. „Maar ook Citigroup, General Motors, er begint een complete meltdown in de VS.”
And there is MORE:

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/money/main.jhtml?xml=/money/2008/06/27/cnbarclays127.xml&CMP=ILC-mostviewedbox

Barclays warns of a financial storm as Federal Reserve’s credibility crumbles

Last Updated: 12:01am BST 28/06/2008

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US central bank accused of unleashing an inflation shock that will rock financial markets, reports Ambrose Evans-Pritchard

Barclays Capital has advised clients to batten down the hatches for a worldwide financial storm, warning that the US Federal Reserve has allowed the inflation genie out of the bottle and let its credibility fall “below zero”.

“We’re in a nasty environment,” said Tim Bond, the bank’s chief equity strategist. “There is an inflation shock underway. This is going to be very negative for financial assets. We are going into tortoise mood and are retreating into our shell. Investors will do well if they can preserve their wealth.”

Barclays Capital said in its closely-watched Global Outlook that US headline inflation would hit 5.5pc by August and the Fed will have to raise interest rates six times by the end of next year to prevent a wage-spiral. If it hesitates, the bond markets will take matters into their own hands. “This is the first test for central banks in 30 years and they have fluffed it. They have zero credibility, and the Fed is negative if that’s possible. It has lost all credibility,” said Mr Bond.

Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke has made a huge policy mistake, according to Barclays
Strategists at Barclays accuse Ben Bernanke of a policy blunder
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  • Read more by Ambrose Evans Pritchard
  • The grim verdict on Ben Bernanke’s Fed was underscored by the markets yesterday as the dollar fell against the euro following the bank’s dovish policy statement on Wednesday.

    Traders said the Fed seemed to be rowing back from rate rises. The effect was to propel oil to $138 a barrel, confirming its role as a sort of “anti-dollar” and as a market reproach to Washington’s easy-money policies.

    The Fed’s stimulus is being transmitted to the 45-odd countries linked to the dollar around world. The result is surging commodity prices. Global inflation has jumped from 3.2pc to 5pc over the last year.

    Mr Bond said the emerging world is now on the cusp of a serious crisis. “Inflation is out of control in Asia. Vietnam has already blown up. The policy response is to shoot the messenger, like the developed central banks in the late 1960s and 1970s,” he said.

    “They will have to slam on the brakes. There is going to be a deep global recession over the next three years as policy-makers try to get inflation back in the box.”

    Barclays Capital recommends outright “short” positions on Asian bonds, warning that yields could jump 200 to 300 basis points. The currencies of trade-deficit states like India should be sold. The US yield curve is likely to “steepen” with a vengeance, causing a bloodbath for bond holders.

    David Woo, the bank’s currency chief, said the Fed’s policy of benign neglect towards the dollar had been stymied by oil, which is now eating deep into the country’s standard of living. “The world has changed all of a sudden. The market is going to push the Fed into a tightening stance,” he said.

  • Gazprom chief expects ‘radical’ change in oil price
  • More comment and analysis from The Telegraph
  • The bank said the full damage from the global banking crisis would take another year to unfold.

    Rob McAdie, Barclays’ credit strategist, said: “The core issues have not been addressed. We’re still in a very large deleveraging cycle and we’re seeing losses continue to mount. We think smaller banks will struggle to raise capital. We’re very bearish – in the long-term – on high-yield debt. The default rate will reach 8pc to 9pc next year.”

    He said investors had taken their eye off the slow-motion disaster engulfing the US bond insurers or “monolines”. Together these firms guarantee $170bn of structured credit and $1,000bn of US municipal bonds.

    The two leaders – MBIA and Ambac – have already been downgraded as the rating agencies belatedly turn stringent. The risk is further downgrades could set off a fresh wave of bank troubles. “The creditworthiness of many US financial institutions will decline in coming months,” he said.

    The bank warned that engineering and auto firms we’re likely to face a crunch as steel and oil costs surge. “Their business models will have to be substantially altered if they are going to survive,” said Mr McAdie.

    A small chorus of City bankers dissent from the view that inflation is the chief danger in the US and other rich OECD countries. The teams at Société Générale, Dresdner Kleinwort, and Banque AIG all warn that deflation may loom as housing markets crumble under record levels of household debt.

    Bernard Connolly, global startegist at Banque AIG, said inflation targeting by central banks had become a “totemism that threatens to crush the world economy”.

    He said it would be madness to throw millions out of work by deflating part of the economy to offset a rise in imported fuel and food prices. Real wages are being squeezed by oil, come what may. It may be healthier for society to let it happen gently.

    Are we headed here?


    We’re Screwed ’08 – But there is Hope

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    5-5-5 on the way to 10-10-10

    Right after the Great Easter Freeze April 2007ad, I said that it was the event we would look back to and say, Yes that was when the food shortage/famine started. I also said that the Great Easter Freeze put us on the course to 5-5-5. $5 Milk-$5 Bread-$5 Gas. Getting close to all 3, y’all. Dead White Male, Virginian & Bill of Rights writer, George Mason said, in advocating only Christian men as rulers: “Christians know that they must give an account on the Last Day. Men are judged in eternity, but Nations are judged in the present. God meets national sin with national calamity.” The calamity is here, y’all. Here at LITM our milk is not free, but our Jersy milk cows, are pastured on good grass, given free access to wonderful clean water, and give us Real Milk. Oh, and we do not pay the government sales tax for our milk.
    God save us from 10-10-10
    Sola Deo Gloria!
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    Must be those crazy milk speculators causing this

    Milk prices now topping $6 a gallon

    Posted: June 25, 2008 07:57 PM PDT

    Updated: June 26, 2008 07:25 PM PDT

    Cost of milk related to cost of grain and corn

    By Nicole Johnson, Live 5 News

    Milk does the body good, but not the pocketbook. It’s now more expensive than gas, topping $6 a gallon at some local grocery stores. The state agriculture commissioner says there are market forces at play, pushing up costs for this calcium-boosting beverage.

    We’ve all heard of sticker shock at the pump, but how about sticker shock on the grocery store shelves. Milk costs are skyrocketing nationwide.

    Joe Thomas at West Ashley Target says they only sell Target’s Market Pantry brand because name brand milk got so expensive.

    “My understanding is, without checking into marketplace specifically, that the Market Pantry brand is about $2 less a gallon than the name brands that are selling nationally,” said Thomas.

    Live 5 News called around to several area grocery stores and a gallon of milk cost anywhere from $3-$6 a gallon, for either generic or name brands.

    The US Department of Agriculture sets milk costs each month, based on market conditions.

    “I hate to sound like an economics professor but it is all based on supply and demand,” said SC Agriculture commissioner Hugh Weathers.

    South Carolina Ag-Commissioner Hugh Weathers says there are three main reasons for high costs.

    1. Demand for milk worldwide is high.

    2. Milk supply in Australia and New Zealand low because of drought.

    3. Fuel costs to deliver milk from farms to processors are up.

    He says the most expensive part of milk production is feeding the cows, and the cost of corn and grain is up.

    “This latest episode with the flooding in Iowa will not help because we think we will lose between 2 and 3-million acres of corn,” said Weathers.

    Market conditions causing milk costs to soar, while demand is high.

    One grocer we spoke to says he got a memo today from his milk manufacturer, saying wholesale costs for milk will be $5.50. He says that means the retail price for that brand of milk will go up effective June 30th

    http://www.live5news.com/Global/story.asp?S=8556855

    __________________
    We are all being sold down the river in this year’s election. As the first DOE secretary James Schlesinger said, “We have only two modes—complacency and panic.” Complacency rules, and panic awaits. I don’t know who the next president will be, but I can foresee that anxious day when our leader-to-be exclaims “Oh, no! Oil is $161/barrel! The economy is falling apart! What do we do now?” Don’t say we didn’t warn you.

    The Real Cost of Food

    Today, oil hit $140.39, closed at record, corn hit record, soybeans close to record, and wheat up major on concern for supply. And we have not even attacked Iran yet for IsraLIE. This price comparison will only go up for the foreseeable future. The only reason beef and pork are modest in increase is because there has been a huge herd sell off, flooding the markets,this was  caused by drought and ever increasing feed cost. Beef, pork, chicken, and turkey are also set to explode. Even this comparison of May 2007 vice May 2008 is dated Corn May 2008 5.12 Today 7.88; Soybeans May 2008 12.30 Today 15.62 Wheat May 2008 Today 9.73. Hyperinflation approaches, y’all. Here at Cracker’s Last Stand, we got cows in the pasture and tomatoes growing on the vine.

    Got (clean) food?

    http://www.cattlenetwork.com/Content.asp?ContentID=230814

    6/20/2008 6:30:00 AM

    The Price Of Food: 2007 – 2008

    May

    May

    Percent

    Meat & Dairy

    Unit

    2007

    2008

    Change

    Ground Chuck Lb 2.766 2.798 1.16%
    Ground Beef Lb 2.307 2.313 0.26%
    Steak Round, Choice Lb 4.134 4.178 1.06%
    Bacon, Sliced Lb 3.651 3.637 -0.38%
    Pork Chops Lb 3.194 3.268 2.32%
    Chicken Breast Lb 2.312 2.392 3.46%
    Turkey, Frozen Lb 1.146 1.258 9.77%
    Eggs, Grade A Doz 1.504 1.930 28.32%
    Milk, Fresh Gal 3.259 3.760 15.37%
    Cheddar Cheese Lb 3.976 4.397 10.59%
    Source: ERS/USDA – Retail Prices

    May

    May

    Percent

    Field Crops

    Unit

    2007

    2008

    Change

    Barley Bu $3.12 $4.76 52.56%
    Beans, Dry Edible Cwt $3.08 $5.06 64.29%
    Corn Bu $3.49 $5.12 46.70%
    Cotton Lb $0.44 $0.61 37.95%
    Flaxseed Bu $7.08 $16.60 134.46%
    Hay Ton $138.00 $166.00 20.29%
    Lentils Cwt $13.20 $32.70 147.73%
    Oats Bu $2.49 $3.46 38.96%
    Peanuts Lb $0.18 $0.20 12.29%
    Peas, Dry Edible Cwt $10.10 $16.40 62.38%
    Potatoes Cwt $7.95 $9.21 15.85%
    Rice, Rough Cwt $10.00 $15.00 50.00%
    Sorghum Cwt $6.49 $9.18 41.45%
    Soybeans Bu $7.12 $12.30 72.75%
    Sunflower Cwt $16.60 $27.40 65.06%
    Wheat Bu $4.88 $8.80 80.33%
    Source: USDA/NASS – Ag Prices Received

    May

    May

    Percent

    Fruits

    Unit

    2007

    2008

    Change

    Apples Lb $0.27 $0.34 26.02%
    Grapefruit Box $4.49 $5.12 14.03%
    Lemons Box $8.14 $20.77 155.16%
    Oranges Box $11.12 $6.95 -37.50%
    Peaches Ton $820.00 $948.00 15.61%
    Pears Ton $651.00 $525.00 -19.35%
    Strawberries Cwt $68.60 $66.70 -2.77%
    Tangerines Box $17.01 $5.98 -64.84%
    Source: USDA/NASS – Ag Prices Received

    May

    May

    Percent

    Vegetables

    Unit

    2007

    2008

    Change

    Asparagus Cwt $91.90 $99.80 8.60%
    Broccoli Cwt $26.70 $27.30 2.25%
    Carrots Cwt $32.00 $25.50 -20.31%
    Cauliflower Cwt $24.90 $37.40 50.20%
    Celery Cwt $18.30 $37.70 106.01%
    Cucumbers Cwt $28.50 $17.50 -38.60%
    Lettuce Cwt $13.60 $16.80 23.53%
    Onions Cwt $24.20 $31.70 30.99%
    Snap Beans Cwt $38.80 $39.60 2.06%
    Sweet Corn Cwt $21.40 $23.10 7.94%
    Tomatoes Cwt $35.60 $40.40 13.48%
    Source: USDA/NASS – Ag Prices Received
    Prepared By: Rob Cook, rob@cattlenetwork.com

    Sorry about the formating on some of the posts!

    Some of the C&Ps do not come out well.

    Take Action: The Global Food Crisis

    Michael Hill offers some Must Do advice, below. However, I must disagree here: For most of us, moving “back to the land” is not a practical and immediate solution.” I know, ‘most’ people can not leave the cities and suburbs, and move “back to the land”. But you can. Lee in the cities and suburbs ain’t gonna work. I would add that White genocide by either being kulaked or Zimbabwed, while living in or near cities, is not a practical or immediate solution for our people. Still, most can read between the lines, and Micheal Hill offers real solutions.

    “We must be doers of the truth.” Joel Salatin

    http://dixienet.org/New%20Site/globalfoodcrisis.shtml

    Take Action: The Global Food Crisis
    Dr. J. Michael Hill, LS President

    Members & Friends of the League of the South:

    As you no doubt have heard by now, there is a global food crisis. This has been fueled (no pun intended) by rising commodity prices–oil, wheat, rice, and poultry and dairy product, among many others. Moreover, I suspect that central governments, central banks, and global corporations have a hand in the emerging crisis as well.

    For whatever reasons it has come about, the global food crisis (coupled with the global energy crisis) WILL have a big impact on your life. And this will probably be sooner rather than later.

    From the beginning, the League has promoted agrarianism and all its manifestations. We believe that both the Nashville Agraraians and the English Distributists were right. But even before these groups, Thomas Jefferson was on to the same thing. A republic is secured by the small freeholder. Today, this does not mean that we all have to become farmers; rather, it means a freeholder is anyone (farmers, small businessmen, etc.) who has the ability and inclination to free himself (and his family and community) from a debilitating system of dependence. He holds himself and his property as distant as possible from the encumbrances of the system, as far as it is possible to do so. Be freeholders.

    As we face these developing crises (and don’t forget the overaching subprime financial crisis), what can we do to help protect ourselves? For most of us, moving “back to the land” is not a practical and immediate solution. But if it is for you, I suggest you do it at once. For everyone else: plant a garden, fruit trees, bushes, and vines; arrange with a local farmer (perhaps a fellow LS member?) to get your dairy products, eggs, meat, honey, and anything else they produce in some quantity. Also, as a short-term solution (3-6 months) stock your pantry with non-perishable items such as rice, pasta, flour, cornmeal, grits, canned vegetablels, fruits, oils, and meats. Learn about food preservation (and I don’t mean simply putting things in the freezer) so you can put up fresh produce this summer. Don’t forget bottled water. For a longer-term solution, get a first-rate water filter and some way to capture rainwater (if you don’t have a year-round stream, creek, lake, or pond nearby). A reliable well, of course, would be best.

    Don’t neglect means of cooking and keeping warm (the crisis may be going full speed ahead by this coming fall and winter). At least have a camp stove and fuel or a grill and a good supply of charcoal. A good supply of firewood and a fireplace or wood cookstove is a longer term solution. As for keeping cool in the South in the summer without air conditioning–good luck! That’s why God gave us creeks, shade trees, funeral parlor fans, and afternoon thunderstorms in July and August.

    As one Southerner to another, I don’t have to explain to you the necessity of protecting what you have from intruders. If this becomes a full-blown crisis, many unprepared people (read “the most of them”) will freak out and possibly become dangerous. We know there is already a criminal element in society that needs but a feeble excuse to plunder and pillage. In other words, exercise your Second Amendment rights to the fullest.

    Be sure to have some gold and silver, in various units, in your physical possession.

    In times like these, we need real community more than ever. That is what the League is all about, fundamentally. But the most important thing you can do is get on your knees everyday and pray for God’s mercy on His people. Then get up and be a leader in your family and community. Who knows, on the other side of this crisis there may exist the opportunity we’ve been seeking.

    I guess, most White people will just eat the crap, that is put into their mouth.

    Right now, in the Forced Union, @ 100% of the corn, 60% of the soybeans and rice are Genetically Modified (GMO). Meat animals are starting to be cloned, and if GMOed dont get ya, Salmonellaed Mexican Tomatoes will.

    Are there any small significant number of Whites, outside the Amish, who not just think BUT DO? Do anything significant for themselves, besides consume? Well, we aint eating ANY of this. By God’s providence, we feed our own, we do NOT want Their food or anything else They have for us. Wake up and smell the genocide/famine. Sic Semper Tyrannis!

    Food Shortage Recasts Image of ‘Organic’

    By KAREN RICHARDSON
    June 25, 2008

    The salad days of organic salad are wilting in favor of high-tech tomatoes.

    As global food shortages threaten to ignite social and economic instability from Nigeria to India, the popular aversion to genetically modified foods is turning into more of a luxury for the wealthy than a practical option for the masses.

    This trend is evident in the share price and earnings growth of Monsanto, the world leader in agricultural biotechnology by market share. Its stock has soared 22% this year, trading at a breathless 37 times estimated 2008 per-share earnings. On Wednesday, the company is expected to report a third-quarter profit of $1.39 a share, up 35% from a year earlier.

    Gourmets’ fears of “frankenfoods” that make corn taste like cardboard seem to be taking a back seat to the growing global demands of feeding emerging middle classes in developing countries with limited natural resources.

    Monsanto’s seeds produce insect-resistant, drought-tolerant crops. It has pledged to double crop yields by 2030 for corn, soybeans and cotton and to reduce the need for water, land and energy by 30%, an effort to position itself as a solution to concerns about mounting strain on the globe’s natural resources.

    The firm is in a strong position. Farmers who want to raise their yields of corn for feed or ethanol have to pay the price, while buyers of that corn have to eat it. Monsanto has already increased its earnings outlook several times this year because of demand and higher prices.

    It stands in stark contrast to Whole Foods Market, the supermarket for all things organic. It is a price taker that can’t easily pass higher costs to its customers. From 2001 to the end of 2006, the company’s earnings grew an average annual rate of 25%. In 2007, earnings were down more than 10%, and they’re falling further.

    Engineered food is clearly getting an upper hand.

    In Fed Statement, Where Does ‘Risk’ Hide?

    Wednesday’s key word is “risk.”

    The Federal Reserve will likely leave short-term interest rates alone at the end of a two-day policy meeting. Investors will hang on how the Fed announces its decision, looking for clues in its policy statement about what the central bank will do next.

    These announcements usually follow a template: A discussion of what’s happening with the economy and inflation, a brief statement on the risks to both and often a hint as to whether the Fed is leaning toward raising, cutting or leaving rates alone.

    If policy makers are more inclined to raise rates, they might flag “upside risks to inflation” or say the “predominant policy concern” is the risk that inflation won’t calm down. They used similar language last year. Or, if they’re in easier money mode, they might say “downside risks” to growth remain, as they did in March.

    Neither is likely. Instead, policy makers will probably echo their language on April 30, when they avoided talking about risk altogether, except the obvious statement that easy money would “mitigate risks to economic activity.” Anything more might box them in. And right now, they don’t seem to have a clear path in mind.

    Getting Skinned with Privilege

    Getting Skinned with Privilege

    By George Jefferson

    Our media, educators and others proclaim that we white Americans enjoy “white skin privilege.” Or to make it short, WSP. Let’s examine what WSP offers its beneficiaries, most specifically to middle-class and working-class Caucasian Americans.

    With WSP we have the advantage of affirmative action laws that discriminate against us in employment and college admissions. We are allowed with our tax money to subsidize, through welfare and others transfer payments, a large and often hostile minority underclass. Many of the latter are not even American citizens but foreigners who reside here illegally. We have the opportunity to give them free heath care at hospital emergency rooms while we pay exorbitant premiums or do without health insurance altogether. They can afford babies; we can’t.

    With massive legal and illegal immigration, we have the privilege of watching “people of color” gain numbers and power, while we become an increasingly powerless minority in the land our ancestors built. Also we have the privilege to support, with our taxes, such influential groups as the National Council of La Raza (the Race) which sabotage our immigration laws, so that La Raza can keep growing. And if we manage to vote on occasion to protect our interests, we are always advantaged to have federal judges overturn the decision. Remember Prop. 187 in California?

    Our WSP also entitles us to pay for an educational system that teaches our young people to regard their ancestors as evil racists (dead white males) whose history was an endless record exploitation, bigotry and hatred. We’re entitled to disrespect all those figures from our past that we once regarded as heroes. We privileged to believe that George Washington a wicked slave owner, while Martin Luther King was the founder of the real and true America.

    We also enjoy the benefits of TV programming and movies that endlessly reinforce the vilification of white people being taught in the schools and universities. We are blessed to be programmed with video morality plays showing depraved white men scheming and plotting to defraud, and otherwise harm, saintly people of color. In other productions (often ads), our skin privilege reveals us as uncoordinated “white bread” geeks-beings without rhythm, soul, or even simple humanity.

    When, in spite of affirmative action, we get jobs and school admissions we often have the WSP of attending “diversity training” where we learn about all the problems our attitudes and values cause people of color. The anger constantly incited in them has its consequences. We, with our WSP, are the targets of the vastly disproportionate rate of minority-on-white crime.

    WSP gives us the privilege to walk eternally on eggshells, lest we say or do anything to “offend” people of color and bring down upon ourselves their wrath and the dreaded charge of “racism.” We whites have the privilege of never being able to claim any positive collective identity (as all other groups do). We are privileged, however, to enjoy our group identity of white shame and guilt.

    That guilt we can never erase, though we are privileged to keep trying through endless supplications and humiliations. We are privileged to despair for our future and the future of our children. Our WSP offers us the great benefit of getting skinned, because of our skin, again and again and again.

    Before one can be a King, one should first be a Man

    “Every man is a leader in his own right. Every man is a De La Rey.”

    Every man is a leader in his own right. Every man is a Robert E. Lee.

    This compatriot speaks appropriately of De La Rey. We appropriately, must become Robert E. Lees, servants to our people, servants, to the King of Servants, Jesus Christ!

    http://southafricanhell.blogspot.com/

    Wednesday, June 18, 2008

    Before one can be a King, one should first be a Man

    By Mike Smith – Cape Town, 17 June 2008

    I was moved by some articles written by fellow bloggers today. All excellent pieces that I wanted to comment on, but I thought it better to write an article in response. The first article was by Dark Raven who correctly pointed out the use of rape as a psychological weapon by the communist ANC regime against the whites of South Africa, asking why our men do not defend our communities. The second was by Doodler who pointed out that the lack of patriotism amongst ourselves will be the death of our nation and nobody will sympathise with us.

    These articles moved me because it is so true. Us men sit by and read about these atrocities against our people, but we do nothing. As long as it is not personal, we sympathise for a moment and then the sun comes up and it is another day. People who do not live in South Africa or who were not raised here find it difficult to understand.

    The usual simplistic solution is for whites to “Stand together”. “Unite and fight back”.

    As an officer I know that this view is not going to happen. Not in the short term anyway. Why, you may ask. Fact is people are not going to stand together or unite behind a common cause, miraculously. People follow a LEADER.

    The song “De la Rey” by Bok van Blerk and Sean Else, pointed this out. Our people are hungry for a leader. Even English speaking South Africans were singing this song loudly at get-togethers. The hearts of the people are in the right place. Everyone knows that “Something needs to be done”.

    It is not as if whites in South Africa are turning a blind eye to the murders, rapes and tortures of our people. They simply need direction. Our people are confused, lost, influenced by mainstream media, the church and pseudo leaders. Our people want to do the right thing, but what is “The Right Thing”? What should we do?

    Maybe we are asking this question to everyone except the right Being. We look for answers in all the wrong places, when we should be asking our God that stood by us at the Battle of Bloodriver. The One we entered into a covenant with and to whom we built a temple in Pretoria, OUR capital.

    The Communists build their entire campaign on fear and hatred. They hate us and want to make us hate them back and fear them. The counter to their strategy is LOVE.

    By that I do not mean that we must “love our enemy”, because I can never love Satan. Communists are Satan’s’ spawn and I can never love them. What I mean with love is that we must start loving our own.

    We should start with loving our God that saved us at Bloodriver. We should love our families; willing to die for our wives and children. Then we should start loving our neighbours as we love ourselves.

    What has the spawn of Satan done? They have alienated us from our God to the point where we are to scared to go to church. The St. James Church massacre is proof of this. Look at how high our walls are. We live in fear in our houses for years and we do not even know who our neighbours are.

    People, that is not how I grew up in South Africa. We use to braai with our neighbours; our kids played together, even sleep over. Our neighbours were like family. We have lost all of that. It was an eye opener to me when I recently travelled to Germany to see people have gates in their fences between them and their neighbours. People exchange flowers for eggs. Neighbours yarn swap and have beers together after work. We use to do that as well. It brought tears to my eyes.

    So let us not loose focus. Let us not play into the hands of our enemies. Satan wants us to hate, but what we should be doing is love. Love our God, our families and our neighbours. Let us love our country and our culture. Let us love our language, our history and our music. Let us be proud of who we are and teach our children the same way. Love is a much greater emotion than hate. Even in war, love always wins.

    There is no arguing that we are leaderless today. Our leaders have forsaken us. The problem with leadership amongst our people is that they pop up here and there. Our enemies, the Communist spawn of Satan are well adapted to this. Their Modus Operandi is like this: The moment a leader steps up, they character assassinate him. When that does not work, they will try to buy him. If that still does not work, he is assassinated physically, usually by a mob or poison. Against these tactics we will never have a De La Rey.

    A De La Rey does not fall out of the sky and one day he is miraculously there. De La Reys are made. So what should we do? How do we get to unite our people and produce a De La Rey?

    Every man is a leader in his own right. Every man is a De La Rey. Take charge of your property and the well being of your family. Get fit, train and condition them in vicious unarmed combat. You do not have to be a Martial Arts expert. Common sense is your best weapon. Just breed in their minds the possibility of an attack and how they need to defend themselves to the point of self sacrifice for their loved ones. Train as close to reality as possible.

    Further, take part in sports like SCUBA diving, sky diving, abseiling, and martial arts. Take part in driving courses, hunting and paintball. All these skills are useful when the time comes.

    Out of every community will come a leader and these leaders will compete to produce even a better leader and so one and so forth until the day comes that we have our De la Rey. When he falls away we have plenty more to take his place, but the fact is that it starts from the ground up. It starts in your own home. Everyone have to be a De la Rey in his own right. Develop a mindset of resistance; a will to fight back.

    Guys, we are the last white men of Africa. There is none after us. History will one day tell our story. How would you like to be remembered? As a bunch of spineless cowards who allowed your wives and children to be raped, tortured and murdered?

    We now have the opportunity to be remembered as great men of our kind and to make our ancestors proud. We do not have to take these rapes and murders any longer. We do not have to cower in front of Satans children a single day longer. Do we love our own enough to kill to protect them? If so…then let the games begin. There is no greater love