Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Picture show


According to Plan

Whites increasingly losing ground as more and more minorities move in. All according to plan.

The College Board's score report, for release Tuesday, did not offer an explanation why this year's scores were even lower, but it did note that a record number of students — just short of 1.5 million — took the test. The cohort of test-takers also was the most diverse ever, with minority students accounting for 39 percent: There has been a persistent gap between the scores of whites and the two largest U.S. minority groups, Hispanics and blacks.


Monday, August 27, 2007

Jews Angry At YouTube


In an attempt to control one of the last (mostly) free information mediums, German Jews are considering suing Google/YouTube for hosting videos showing the truth about Jews.

Saturday, August 25, 2007

There Is A Cancer Here

There is a cancer here. It is in our morality, in our culture and it manifests in our very bodies.

There is a cancer here.

It must be removed.

Playlist Updates for 23 August


We're seeing red...

Rodovest is a band the we admittedly overlooked, partly because the inital release of Here is the Russian Land... was so hard to find. Our experience is also that the spirit of the music - nationalism, pagan values - far out reaches the vocal recording. Sometimes passion is enough.

Thor's Hammer is a class act and the final shot across the bow of racial and cultural denigration, Three Weeds From The Same Root stands as a great musical monument to pride, honour and fidelity. What stands out the most for us are Capricornus' vocals, full of anger and pride and devastation.
Well, we saw that we had two red-themed covers and decided "Heck, let's find another one." Yes, someone actually said, "heck." There's no fucking swearing in the bunker. Of Great Eternity from Judas Iscariot delivers black metal: grim, chilling, full of vengeance. The music is instantly recognizable, isn't it? You feel it in your bones.

Other items of interest from Galgeras, Hellhammer, Grim Lair, Lutomysl, Warage and more.

Thanks for your support.

Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Kategorie C

A new bunker favorite video

Tuesday, August 21, 2007

More Iran War Talk

The article below apparently vanished off webservers a few days ago - even from caches - but enough copies are out on the internet. Sure, it might seems like a good laugh but consider that the think tank sponsored by the Family Security Foundation counts former CIA Director James Woolsey among its Board of Directors.

Exclusive: Conquering the Drawbacks of Democracy
Philip Atkinson

Author: Philip Atkinson
Source: The Family Security Foundation, Inc.
Date: August 3, 2007

While democratic government is better than dictatorships and theocracies, it has its pitfalls. FSM Contributing Editor Philip Atkinson describes some of the difficulties facing President Bush today.

Conquering the Drawbacks of Democracy
By Philip Atkinson

President George W. Bush is the 43rd President of the United States. He was sworn in for a second term on January 20, 2005 after being chosen by the majority of citizens in America to be president.

Yet in 2007 he is generally despised, with many citizens of Western civilization expressing contempt for his person and his policies, sentiments which now abound on the Internet. This rage at President Bush is an inevitable result of the system of government demanded by the people, which is Democracy.

The inadequacy of Democracy, rule by the majority, is undeniable - for it demands adopting ideas because they are popular, rather than because they are wise. This means that any man chosen to act as an agent of the people is placed in an invidious position: if he commits folly because it is popular, then he will be held responsible for the inevitable result. If he refuses to commit folly, then he will be detested by most citizens because he is frustrating their demands.

When faced with the possible threat that the Iraqis might be amassing terrible weapons that could be used to slay millions of citizens of Western Civilization, President Bush took the only action prudence demanded and the electorate allowed: he conquered Iraq with an army.

This dangerous and expensive act did destroy the Iraqi regime, but left an American army without any clear purpose in a hostile country and subject to attack. If the Army merely returns to its home, then the threat it ended would simply return.

The wisest course would have been for President Bush to use his nuclear weapons to slaughter Iraqis until they complied with his demands, or until they were all dead. Then there would be little risk or expense and no American army would be left exposed. But if he did this, his cowardly electorate would have instantly ended his term of office, if not his freedom or his life.

The simple truth that modern weapons now mean a nation must practice genocide or commit suicide. Israel provides the perfect example. If the Israelis do not raze Iran, the Iranians will fulfill their boast and wipe Israel off the face of the earth. Yet Israel is not popular, and so is denied permission to defend itself. In the same vein, President Bush cannot do what is necessary for the survival of Americans. He cannot use the nation’s powerful weapons. All he can do is try and discover a result that will be popular with Americans.

As there appears to be no sensible result of the invasion of Iraq that will be popular with his countrymen other than retreat, President Bush is reviled; he has become another victim of Democracy.

By elevating popular fancy over truth, Democracy is clearly an enemy of not just truth, but duty and justice, which makes it the worst form of government. President Bush must overcome not just the situation in Iraq, but democratic government.

However, President Bush has a valuable historical example that he could choose to follow.

When the ancient Roman general Julius Caesar was struggling to conquer ancient Gaul, he not only had to defeat the Gauls, but he also had to defeat his political enemies in Rome who would destroy him the moment his tenure as consul (president) ended.

Caesar pacified Gaul by mass slaughter; he then used his successful army to crush all political opposition at home and establish himself as permanent ruler of ancient Rome. This brilliant action not only ended the personal threat to Caesar, but ended the civil chaos that was threatening anarchy in ancient Rome - thus marking the start of the ancient Roman Empire that gave peace and prosperity to the known world.

If President Bush copied Julius Caesar by ordering his army to empty Iraq of Arabs and repopulate the country with Americans, he would achieve immediate results: popularity with his military; enrichment of America by converting an Arabian Iraq into an American Iraq (therefore turning it from a liability to an asset); and boost American prestiege while terrifying American enemies.

He could then follow Caesar’s example and use his newfound popularity with the military to wield military power to become the first permanent president of America, and end the civil chaos caused by the continually squabbling Congress and the out-of-control Supreme Court.

President Bush can fail in his duty to himself, his country, and his God, by becoming “ex-president” Bush or he can become “President-for-Life” Bush: the conqueror of Iraq, who brings sense to the Congress and sanity to the Supreme Court. Then who would be able to stop Bush from emulating Augustus Caesar and becoming ruler of the world? For only an America united under one ruler has the power to save humanity from the threat of a new Dark Age wrought by terrorists armed with nuclear weapons.

More proof of our decline


In case you missed it..

Iran - The path to war continues

Another little tidbit.

Ali Reza Asghari, a top Iranian official, defected to the US and is now apparently "in hiding" in the US.

The interesting "leak" today is that he has supposedly confirmed that Iran was directly involved in the abduction and murder of 5 US soldiers a few months back.


Monday, August 20, 2007

Playlist Update 19 August


40 or so tracks added/changed on Sunday. Deathcult track noise problems have been resolved and two tracks Havoc Sceptre and Storm of Magog are up and rolling.

Thanks for your support.

Sunday, August 19, 2007

Saturday, August 18, 2007

31G 350125

Remember. He died for you. All his yesterdays, dreams, triumphs and defeats. All his tomorrows. For you.


More Sanctuary State Murders By Illegals

Maryland illegal kills two - two - construction workers.


Two More arrested in Newark Case

...and guess what, another sanctuary state (Maryland) is involved...


Playlist Update 16 August

Whenever you do a computer upgrade, something always goes wrong....

29 Tracks added/changed on Thursday. A few notes:

2007 is turning out to be a great year for black/pagan/nsbm. So far, we've had great releases from Mayhem, Profanatica, Forgotten Woods, Deathspell Omega, and Eingar with Nargaroth and Nokturnal Mortum still to come. Loits joins the list with a boxed set: Must Album and Mustad laulud. The first CD, Must album features 9 songs in the familiar Loits style. Lyrically and muscially, the band continues to advance. I confess that I love the concept for the CD. The band members assumed the personalities of their countryman in WWII. The set features cards with information and wonderful artwork. Themes center on national pride, family and honour. The second disc features 4 songs with a rawer, denser style. Good stuff.

A while back, I put in the PD SS Totenkopf cd ljasnyja braty and immediately became a fan. Hailing from the Ukraine, the band play nsbm with a heavy metal/rac attitude with a few folk elements. Crivian Heathen Madness is a retrospective culled from demos, side projects and unreleased tracks 2000 - 2006. In addition to a new (older) version of Kristallnacht you also get tracks from Druvis, Wackhanalija, Hreswelgr, Khronos and Hebrewdead. Limited to only 333 copies, so act fast! Check Supernal for the CD.

Seems like there's been a lot of well produced music featured lately so I thought some demo material was in order. Katharsis and Deathcult released the split demo Trident Trinity back in 1999 on Sombre Records. Great, thrashy, dark black metal. Note: As we were uploading the Deathcult material, we noticed an odd bit of background noise so none of the Deathcult tracks are in the mix. They will be re-recorded and uploaded on Sunday. I hope. The Katharsis side is usually the only one played in the bunker so I sorta didn't really notice the noise on the Deathcult side.

Other stuff added: new Folkvang, the Crebain/Leviathan split and a great track from Niroth off the split with Wodensthrone.

Thanks for your support.


Thursday, August 16, 2007

Emperor Video from US Tour

Another possible Oregon issue

Raymundo Marquez-Vella, 20, a day laborer (usually sanctuary state language for illegal) is wanted for the murder of 47 year old Merle Graham. More later...


Attention Leonard Pitts

In case you need some help identifying the family of Dani Countryman, here is a KGW news clip for you. In the clip, you'll notice that the family seems genuinely distraught over the death. You, of course, can correct them.

Here's the link, Mr. Pitts:

KGW News Video

You know what to do.

Update: Countryman case

Various News Sources are reporting today that one of the suspects in the murder and attempted rape of Dani Countryman - Rivera Gamboa - was arrested about 9 months ago and that law enforcement knew he was illegal.

Again, just as in the Newark case, we have a situation where a sanctuary state set up conditions to permit the murder of it's citizens.

What are you going to do about it???

Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Violent Illegals, Part II

Murder suspects in Oregon not legal.


Special notice here for Leonard Pitts: You'll want to stop what you're doing and tell the family to cry you a river. C'mon, you know you really, really want to...

Greta covers the story:

Violent Illegals, Part 1:

Michelle Malkin comments on possible MS-13 connection with the Newark murders.


Thoughts on the video

Real? Fake? Looks real but...who knows. Interesting thing: if it's a scene from the newest porn-slasher-torture flick from jew Eli Roth then it's...what? Cool, fun, disgusting (but fun!)

Russian NS Execution Video: VERY GRAPHIC


Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Interesting Shoah Industry Branding Article


How will history remember the Holocaust, historic horror or historic hoax? It depends on whether or not World Zionism controls the history?
For decades, most people accepted the Holocaust as true. There were some doubters. Internet search engines like Google or Yahoo cited thousands of articles, affirming or doubting it. But that's over. Like the mass media the search engines are now entirely owned or controlled by zionists. (Where do they get the financing?) A tsunami has swept across the search engines, purging all but Zionist sites, universally claiming that 6 million Jews were butchered in "nazi death camps" between 1940 and 1945 and that all questioners are anti-semites. Why did Zionism feel it necessary to launder the search engines? Is the Holocaust vulnerable? What is the true history

Complete article:


Show This To Your Favorite Illegal Immigrant

Note: If you are not a registered member of LiveLeak, you may first get a screen asking you to acknowledge mature material,

Net Radio icon

The save net radio icon links all seem to be down. If they don't come back, we'll put another icon up. It's them, not you.

Monday, August 13, 2007

Playlist Update 12 August


71 tracks added changed yesterday, from A - Z.

Thanks for your support.

The time is coming.

Sunday, August 12, 2007

Say "Goodnight" Ward

Another neo-communist hero bites it...

Friday, August 03, 2007

Magic Disappearing Votes - Dems Reward Crime

In a bizarre vote, um, no-vote, um, vote-switch, um.....anyway, late Thursday night, House Democrats and the neo-communists who vote with them, took away an apparent Republican victory in the Ag bill. Read on...


House erupts in chaos

In a massive flare-up of partisan tensions (video link courtesy Breitbart.tv), Republicans walked out on a House vote late Thursday night to protest what they believed to be Democratic maneuvers to reverse an unfavorable outcome for them.

The flap represents a complete breakdown in parliamentary procedure and a distinct low for the sometimes bitterly divided chamber because members of one party have rarely, if ever, walked off the floor without casting a vote.

The rancor erupted shortly before 11 p.m. as Rep. Michael R. McNulty (D-N.Y.) gaveled close the vote on a standard procedural measure with the outcome still in doubt.

Details remain fuzzy, but numerous Republicans argued afterward that they had secured a 215-213 win on their motion to bar undocumented immigrants from receiving any federal funds apportioned in the agricultural spending bill for employment or rental assistance. Democrats, however, argued the measure was deadlocked at 214-214 and failed, members and aides on both sides of the aisle said afterward.

One GOP aide saw McNulty gavel the vote to a close after receiving a signal from his leaders – but before reading the official tally. And votes continued to shift even after he closed the roll call - a strange development in itself.

Whatever the final tally, acrimony quickly exploded between lawmakers on either side of the aisle as Democratic leaders tried to plot a solution, while parliamentarians on either side argued over protocol.

Majority Leader Steny H. Hoyer (D-Md.) eventually offered a motion to reconsider, according to floor staff on either side, ostensibly giving members a chance to recast their votes. But the maneuver sparked a chorus of angry protests from the Republicans, yelling “shame” on Democrats, while they returned fire with angry volleys of their own.

When Democrats finally moved to consider the spending bill as the last vote of the night, furious Republicans left the chamber en masse to protest the maneuver. The House eventually recessed at 11:18 p.m. But Republicans quickly discovered that there was no longer any record of the controversial vote and immediately charged Democrats with erasing the bad result.

“Obviously, the Democrats don’t want to stand up against illegal immigration – so much so that they’re willing to cheat in order to win a vote,” Rep. Patrick McHenry (R-N.C.) said in an e-mail. “They’re desperate – and it shows.”

The official House website did not show a record of the vote as of 1 a.m. Friday.

Playlist Update 02 August


32 tracks added/changed yesterday.

Note: We will be gone next week. The next regular update will be on 19 August.

Some people characterize black metal as only minimal production, basic guitars, drums and vocals. Too bad. Deathspell Omega is one of the most interesting bands out there and they've unleashed a great new disc. Fas continues the themes found in Kenose and Si Monumentum Requires, Circumspice. Dissonance, atypical rhythms, crushing guitars and abrupt style changes all blend into a seamless darkness. An exploration of our fate of eternal darkness.

Katharsis is a little known release from Raven Dark. Muscially, the material is a shift towards a new project that never came to be. There is intense beauty in the dissonance of the music. The beauty of the storm, of cold steel and clashing armies.

Raise the Banners. Never accept defeat. Fight always. When the day comes, when blood and honour are triumphant, after war against all in our search for revenge; when the day comes, we will raise the banners. Under open skies. Hail the vision of The Shadow Order.

Other intersting items abound in the list including NSBM from Oskal (another Stellar Winter band) and Waffen SS, black/death from Agmen and a few more that I just can't remember right now.

Thanks for your support.


Thursday, August 02, 2007

Sen. Brownback & Sen. Wyden on the CRB, SX Issues

Call CRB’s Rates for Webcasters “unfounded”

WASHINGTON – U.S. Senators Sam Brownback (R-KS) and Ron Wyden (D-OR) today released the following statement regarding efforts to save Internet radio:

“We sponsored the Internet Radio Equality Act because the Copyright Royalty Board’s decision to dramatically increase royalties and apply what we see as unfounded minimum rates threatens to devastate the Internet radio industry. The fact is online radio services do not have enough revenue to support what will amount to unprecedented royalties. The $500 per channel minimum fee alone will deliver an over $1 billion annual windfall to record companies, a windfall that is not justified by any business or equity considerations.

“Now we are hearing that the recording industry is attempting to use this aspect of the CRB decision to force webcasters to adopt recording restrictions far in excess of the controls that have governed broadcast content for decades. While we strongly support a negotiated solution, we will not allow the minimum fee issue to be used to force an agreement that mandates DRM technology and fails to respect the established principles of fair use and consumer rights.

“After the July 15 deadline came and went we were pleased to learn that SoundExchange was negotiating with webcasters, and we expected to avoid pushing forward with this legislation. But, as Congress heads into its August recess, we are troubled by the lack of negotiating progress being reported. Broadcasters report that their June 6 offer to SoundExchange has yet to warrant a response, and webcasters report that negotiating meetings with SoundExchange are proving difficult to schedule.

“Internet radio is crucial to many segments of business and culture – to small and large webcasters building sustainable businesses; to independent artists trying to make it in a crowded industry; and to millions of music fans searching for new diverse music that corporate radio generally does not offer. Innovation and creativity are the winners if Internet radio flourishes, and are the losers if Internet radio stagnates.

“If great progress toward a fair solution for webcasters is not made by Congress’s return to Washington after Labor Day, then we plan to take expeditious steps toward passage of the Internet Radio Equality Act. We feel the Senate must take action, and we will make every effort move the Internet Radio Equality Act to the floor.”

Brownback and Wyden are the Senate sponsors of the Internet Radio Equality Act.

Sam Brownback
United States Senator - Kansas
303 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
(202) 224-6521

New Deathspell Omega

The new Deathspell Omega CD just arrived!!

Jihad - The Musical

Wednesday, August 01, 2007

Wars and Israel


[Compiled by http://www.electronicintifada.net]

Since the establishment of Israel there have been five major wars between Arabs and the Israelis. These wars occured [sic] in 1948, 1956, 1967, 1973 and 1982. Israel claims that the Arabs started all the wars. Although there has been low-intensity conflict in the intervening years and major conflagrations during the "War of Attrition" in 1969-1970 and the 1978 invasion of Lebanon, massive civil disobedience during the Uprising of 1988, and in 2000-2001 during the Al-Aqsa Intifada, it is these five wars Israel refers to when it makes its claims, creating the impression that Israel has only acted "in self-defence".

Destroying US Jobs

Possible Stream Issues

From our host:

Live365's ISP and bandwidth provider will be performing network maintenance on August 2nd from 12:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m., Pacific (7 a.m. to 1 p.m., GMT). The purpose of this maintenance is to relocate and splice fiber.

This maintenance should cause no downtime for our service, although we may experience latency and suboptimal routing. Our bandwidth provider will be closely monitoring our connection to ensure no interruptions to our service. Due to the nature of the work, however, in the event of a failure or problem, they will restore our service immediately and reschedule the maintenance for another time.