Sunday, August 30, 2009

Dawn of Justice

New Embers of Autumn piece arrived today. Titled "Dawn of Justice" it is, I think, a wonderful work. Suggesting indeed the first rays of a powerful dawn born of the spors of our decay.

Hail Victory!

Saturday, August 22, 2009

Dear Quentin,

Messy bit of a film you've made; or so I hear. Not a review, mind you. Expect I'll be missing Mr. Pitt's blood orgy. So, I'll avoid the rather useless tactic of attempting to review a film I'll never see (although I gather it is a veritable jewgasm of excitement, gore and, sometimes, rather good directing). A Royale With Cheese and probably just as healthy.

No, instead, what I want to do is say something: Thank You.

Seriously. Thanks.

See, from what I hear and read - including the comments of your goodself, Mr. Pitt and others - the movie validates my point of view. Validates the very real need to protect what is sacred: race, tradition, land. Blood and soil, to me and my ilk.

And, oh how gloriously (glouriously to you) you've done it! Sort of porno for you, yes? I imagine you get the same thrill from watching dead Europeans splatter as you do from the sex/porno/horror films you've wandered into of late. A little titillation good for the soul, eh Quinn?

For the rest of us, in the quiet unease of the afterglow, sits the result. The bloody carcass of destroyed families, raped women, decimated cities. "Tomorrow you're homeless, tonight it's a blast," in the words of Mr. Biafra.

You've reminded me that, in the end, we win. We will rise up and strike back. Save the smirks and oh-so-clever lines. In the end, we win with quiet labor, hard work in the face of mounting odds; persistence fueled by an inner core of genetic strength you cannot contaminate.

The strength of my ancestors resides in my soul, in my core. Everything I see and think and do, every action I will ever complete, every thought I will ever think is infused with the blood, toil and wisdom of my honoured family. Victory is ours, it must be ours because by nature it can only be so.

So, thanks Quentin. Thanks for reminding me of my strength, my life and my victory.

Friday, August 21, 2009

From the Cobbins trial...

Medical examiner: Newsom raped, shot and killed, set on fire

Dr. Mileusnic-Polchan autopsied the bodies of Christian and Newsom.

The state showed several photos of Newsom's body on a projector. His bare feet were bound and his body was burned.

His family quietly wept as Dr. Mileusnic-Polchan described his face wrapped in a sweatshirt with a hole showing in it where Newsom was shot in the head. His hands were tied behind his back and he was gagged with socks.

Dr. Mileusnic-Polchan testified that the gun was put against Newsom's head and fired, leaving an inch gash.

Newsom was also shot in the upper shoulder near his neck and in the lower back, which would have disabled him, Dr. Mileusnic-Polchan said.

The bullet to the head was Newsom's cause of death. He was dead when he was set on fire.

Dr. Mileusnic-Polchan described bruising indicating that Newsom was raped with an object, probably hours before he was killed. She estimated that it happened between 11:00 p.m. and 2:00 a.m. and he likely died in the early morning hours.

What was done to Newsom was probably "too complex" to be done by one person, Dr. Mileusnic-Polchan said. He had no defensive wounds and was likely outnumbered and overpowered.

After the court took a break, Dr. Mileusnic-Polchan came back to the stand and used a mannequin to show where Newsom was shot. The shoulder wound disabled his arm. The lower back wound nearly shattered his spinal cord.

Newsom's friend, Josh Anderson, who testified in court earlier this week, wouldn't look at the projected photos. The jury often looked at the medical examiner.

Cobbins shielded his face from the autopsy photos.

Medical examiner: Christian suffocated in trash can

Dr. Mileusnic-Polchan testified that she went to the crime scene where Christian was found in an East Knoxville house on Chipman Street. The state began showing photos of Christian's body.

Dr. Mileusnic-Polchan said Christian's bound body was "crammed" in five large trash bags in a trash can in the kitchen. She was bound so tightly her knees were touching her cheeks.

Christian was alive when she was put in the trash can. "She died in the trash can," Dr. Mileusnic-Polchan testified. The cause was lack of oxygen.

Christian was only wearing a sweatshirt and a camisole.

Dr. Mileusnic-Polchan said Christian wasn't strangled. She had a plastic bag over her head and her eyes were open.

Christian's fingernails didn't show any defensive wounds, Dr. Mileusnic-Polchan testified.

Dr. Mileusnic-Polchan said Christian's body had accumulated blood, bruising and "lots of abrasions" indicating rape with blunt trauma and an object. Some of the jurors grimaced at these photos.

"This was no simple rape," Dr. Mileusnic-Polchan said. It was much more severe.

Christian was raped orally first, Dr. Mileusnic-Polchan said, and eventually wrapped in the trash bags and put in the can. She believes Christian died within three to five minutes after the bag was put over her head.

Christian was injured Sunday afternoon, the medical examiner said. She'd been dead for at least a day when she was found and died possibly sometime late Sunday or early Monday.

Dr. Mileusnic-Polchan testified that she believed more than one person was responsible for Christian's murder.

Again, Cobbins didn't look at the photos. He looked down and covered his eyes with his hand or put his head down so far it was just barely above the table where he sat.

However, Christian's father was looking directly at Cobbins at one point. A moment later, Newsom's father comforted Gary Christian.

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Embers of Autumn - New Tracks up

Hail -

I am proud to feature new and previously released tracks from our favorite - and as far as I know only - American Nationalist Ambient project, Embers of Autumn. Yes, the main force behind the composition is the same as that behind the station.

Many positive regards have come our way over the years from the few tracks available. Now, we gradually offer the entire Embers of Autumn armory from 1994! Each note is a weapon! Each song a victory!

Three songs in rotation now:

1) Embers of Autumn. A later version with strings. A reminder of the strength and beauty in death.

2) Sing, Voice of Hope, Sing! From an extended demo. Trancendant emotions. A reminder to capture the hope and help of the past.

3) Death of My Land. From a very rare (handed, literally, to friends) demo, Seasons of Death. From the composer: "Written as I came to understand the cycle of birth - death - rebirth."

More updates coming soon!

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Over 1,200 tracks now playing.

1,273 to be exact. And we're only half done. Expect another 1,200 tracks up over the next weeks. Then, we'll set about being a bit more organized in the playlists.

Now, more than ever, the decay is spreading, the wounds are bleeding and the body of our people succumbs to death. Rejoice. For the hour is soon to arrive.