Monthly Archives: October 2009

Grand Odinist Party: New Normandy Reich of Theodish Belief

The Reik is, in essence, the Web of Oaths that binds the Folk together in vor tru (our faith); as much as it is a "church", it is also a systematic tether, which binds those of our Thiud together as a tribe of inter-dependant clans and rooftrees.  Normandy clings to the values and principles of retro-tribalism and takes the cultural context and tribal dynamics of our ancestors and works them into a modern expression. It is not for the timid, it is not an easy path, but it is Vor Normannitas, Our Own Normanness, and therefore worth our tireless efforts.

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The Plot Thickens…

Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal is widely lauded in today’s history books as a bold measure to stem the tide and reverse the rot of the Great Depression. This despite the fact that U.S. domestic policy actual in subsequent decades, has done everything in it’s power to dismantle said measures. However much like activist measures originating from the left today, the New Deal (and by extension Roosevelt) was reviled and feared by the right wing corporate ruling class of the 1930′s.

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Up in the Air

Appearing on "Larry King Live" on Sept. 11, 2001, John Kerry suggested that TWA Flight 800 was brought down by a terrorist act.

On Sept. 24 on "Hardball" with Chris Matthews, Kerry casually recited a number of terrorist attacks against the United States, among them TWA "Flight 800." Like Larry King before him, Chris Matthews either did not catch the remark or chose to let it pass.

We have been asked a number of times whether these remarks by Kerry and others were purposeful, perhaps a signal that the time was right to come clean on the all-but-indisputable shootdown of TWA 800 and the undeniable cover-up that followed.

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First Earth Battalion

In 1979, the Peoples’ Republic of China publicly reported that several thousand of its children aged 8-14 were capable of telepathy, clairvoyance, X-ray vision, or psychokinesis. Having already heard about this program, the Central Intelligence Agency, National Security Agency, Defense Intelligence Agency, Lawrence Livermore Laboratories, and the US Army were simultaneously pouring billions of dollars into their own similar research.

The Army program was headquartered at Fort Meade, Maryland, and was part of the Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM). Leaders included Generals Edmund Thompson and Albert Stubblebine, and Colonel John Alexander. The First Earth Battalion was the name proposed by Lieutenant Colonel Jim Channon, an American soldier who had seen service in Vietnam, for his idea of a new U.S. military to be organized along New Age lines.

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…Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love The Mujahedin

From the very first hours after cables from the U.S. embassy in Kabul confirmed that a Soviet invasion had begun, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Jimmy Carter’s most determined cold warrior, wondered if this time the Soviets had overreached.  Brzezinski and his colleagues knew nothing about the KGB’s fears of CIA plotting.  They interpreted the invasion as a desperate act of support for the Afghan communists and as a possible thrust toward the Persian Gulf.  As he analyzed American options, Brzezinski was torn.  He hoped the Soviets could be punished for invading Afghanistan, that they could be tied down and bloodied the way the United States had been in Vietnam.  Yet he feared the Soviets would crush the Afghans mercilessly, just as they had crushed the Hungarians in 1956 and the Czechs in 1968.

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