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Buchenwald Oven

[#845]

  • Cassette

    [Note: Hmm... apparently this band was formed in 2001 and are from... Deutschland. I believe the above are pizza ovens. Mmmm... just looking at this cover is making me hungry.]

    [Below: 2017 re-issue. Like the cassette this is also limited to 250 copies - for whites only - as if there are still 250 whites left in the world!]


    Geography lesson

    [#846]

  • Meme

    [Note: I saw this on the internet wasteland and thought I'd share it with you!]


    Matt and Vera

    [#847]

  • Christmas/Yule 2017!

    [Note: I got a card from Matt Hale and thought I'd share it with you. Matt is one of the coolest people out there, and an inspiration to me. His level of dedication is outstanding, he has given up his freedom in the pursuit of spreading truth. As you probably know, he was thrown in prison on false charges. I know-I know, lot's of people say they are innocent, but Matt really is. Please, take out some time in your day to write him. Even send him a postcard, that takes two minutes and he would greatly appreciate it.]

    To write Matt, the latest address is:

    Matt Hale 15177-424
    U. S. Penitentiary Max
    P.O. Box 8000
    Florence, CO 81226

    [Below: Also of interest, I write Vera Oredsson from time to time. Here is the package she so generously used to send her book to me.
    If you don't know who she is, check out our interview we did with her: HERE
    She is a beautiful and brave woman and an inspiration!


    Adopt a Bruder

    [#848]

  • Remembering our heroes

    [Note: This is from the Adopt a Bruder program, which is run by the WAU (Women for Aryan Unity). It is a program to help the aging heroes of what was once known as the Order, founded by American hero and martyr Robert J. Mathews. Robert Mathews is one of the most admired men in modern times, by free-thinking people that is. His comrades and brothers have been imprisoned in the dungeons of their enemies for decades, and some of them will never leave. If you don't already know, I can't begin to tell you their selfless and heroic stories, such would fill volumes. But I can tell you what Robert Mathews, David Eden Lane and the other Bruders mean to me. In as few words as possible, their sacrifice was the first guidepost, the first light in the darkness, that guided me on my journey to understanding and truth. A torn old paperback book, written by their enemies, was where I first learned of these amazing men...

    I recently met some of the warm, sincere and dedicated women behind the WAU and proudly took part in the Adopt a Bruder program. It is a privilege to take part. A tiny token of "Thanks". You can contribute donations however you'd like, totally anonymous if you wish.

    There are too many people in our fight for truth who always say "I would help but I don't know what I can do..." Well, here is something you can do - help some of the greatest heroes in modern history. If you truly believe in the Cause, what excuse could you possibly have?]

    [Below: Not that helping out isn't a reward of its own, but the WAU girls also give these cool keepsakes to those who donate. I LOVE the pin, it is done so beautifully!]

    Can we count on you to help out? If so, just go to:

    Adopt a Bruder


    Necropolis Records

    [#849]

  • Paul Thind

    [Note: Necropolis Records was a very well-known label back in the day. It was formed in California in 1993 by a guy named Paul 'Typhon' Thind and folded in 2003. It also had four sub-labels with different kinds of bands other than its normal death and black metal. Necropolis released CDs by over 41 different bands, and a handful of good stuff as well, among them releases by Arckanum, Incantation, Marduk, Mayhem, Nifelheim, Usurper and The Black. I myself was very familiar with this label, but I never pictured its owner like... that. Wow. I'm not sure where the 'Typhon' came from exactly. Typhon in Greek mythology is described as a 'grisly monster with a hundred dragons' heads'.]

    [Below: Necropolis Records flyer]

    [Below: Will the real Typhon please step forward?]

    [Below: Ahhh, there he is!]


    Hatemonger Warzine

    [#850]

  • Issue #2

    [Note: This issue is from March 2003 and features interviews with Rob Darken of Graveland, Angry Aryans, Der Stürmer, Grand Belial's Key, and Granulosum. Click ***HERE*** to see the whole 'zine.
    To view a .pdf of the December 1997 1st issue of Hatemonger click ***HERE***]


    K-Flex

    [#851]

  • Wash Yo Ass

    [Note: I thought for sure this had to be a joke, so I looked it up... Nope! HAHA! I wonder if there was a limited edition that came with a bar of soap?]


    Traffic

    [#852]

  • License Plate

    [Note: NE SUX - well spoken, good sir. Succintly put and never a truer word has been uttered. (NE stands for Nebraska, by the way)]


    Goat and Your Mom

    [#853]

  • Kali Yuga Insanity

    [Note: New Age madness defined in one song: Quack Like a Duck. This is pretty damn vile, no doubt degenerate, but also kinda funny. If you want a WTF moment and a laugh type in Goat and Your Mom - Quack Like a Duck on Youtube.]

  • And if that didn't grab you there is always...

    [Below: Ah, the family classic 'Finger Up My Butt'.


    MAX Militaria Show

    [#854]

  • Politically Correct Rules

    [Note: First a few words about the sponsor of the MAX Show from their website:
    'The Ohio Valley Military Society is one the oldest and largest Militaria collector's clubs in the world with over 2,000 current members.

    The primary endeavor of the Society is to promote the study and collecting of historic military artifacts by sponsoring three regularly scheduled shows a year in the Ohio Valley area.'

    This is a massive militaria show with nearly 2,000 tables of items for sale. Anything military is presented and sold here, including lots of beautiful 'Nazi' artifacts, not to mention American Civil War Confederate stuff. These two things cause lots and lots of butt-hurt. So let's look at the 2018 pamphlet of rules.
    The first sentence talks about the communist girl killed by a scared guy in a car in Charlottesville, VA in 2017. What does this have to do with militaria? So stupid, but let's go on...

    Rules 1-3 are no doubt implemented so that some crybaby walking in doesn't have a fit after seeing all the evil 'Natzi' flags.

    Rule 4 - Is this really a widespread problem? I mean do dealers really show up wearing Nazi uniforms and armbands? Too funny.

    Rule 5 - What!? No dealers wearing Klan robes either!? You might as well take away all the damn fun.

    [Above: So my Klan action figure isn't wanted I guess.]

    [Above: NO KLAN DO you communist-fascists.]

    Rule 6 - This one really seals the deal on no fun. No Black Panther stuff? What kind of white devils are these people!? No 'Aryan Nation' stuff but I guess Aryan Nations stuff is okay. No 'religious Supremacists' - I guess that means my ultra rare Talmud bound in foreskins isn't allowed. I can't even bring my Antifa rainbow buttplug. What about my magical Mormon underwear?

    [Above: Why are these cracker bastards so against a movie?!]

    [Above: Here's what I will wear in protest. But with a Klan robe and a Nazi armband. I think I'll leave the Antifa buttplug at home though...]

    [Above: Rare authentic poster I date from somewhere around 400 A.D. But I guess these bastards won't let me bring this either. Maybe I can tape it on the back of my Black Panther cape?]

    Rule 7 - This one is definitely going to cut into my profits. Maybe I can convince them though that my 'Adolf Hitler World Tour' shirts are period pieces? Or my uber-rare Auschwitz cat 'o nine tails made from Jewish skin, nor even my Anne Frank Diary... the good news is that I can bring my authentic Confederate 'Fuck Abraham Lincoln' wall poster.

    [Above: This was issued to Waffen-SS toward the end of the war.]

    Rule 8 - No 'Anti-Semitic & Holocaust material' unless sponsored by a Holocaustİ museum or related organization. So I'm cool here, I can bring my '1000% authentic Jew ashes' sanctioned by the 7th annual Nebraska carnival.

    [Above: A true WWII rarity, and these anti-Semitic bastards tell me I can't bring it to the show!?]

    Rule 9 - This one really makes it not worth my while to even go to the show. I mean what's it to them if I sell body parts? I have a basement full of corpses that I really need to pass on to a lucky buyer. Maybe it would make a difference if I told them they were WWII skull war trophies of 'yellow apes' and the teeth of dead Kraut children? Those are important historical artifacts, after all. And what about my limited edition Necronomicons bound in human flesh? And this whole 'no pornography' thing, this doesn't include gay porn does it? Since technically that is art, right?

    At least they understand that 'some of these measures may have a minor effect on your enjoyment'... I mean at least they recognize that by banning me from wearing my Neo-Nazi general's uniform, selling Jewish ashes and washing my hands with soap made from dead Jews is going to ruin my fun.

    Oh well, maybe next year...

    [Above: How about this historical WWII French uniform graphic.]


    Thanks from the Abyss

    [#855]

  • Art and letter

    [Note: It's always nice, and also unexpected, to get a thanks and little gift of art from the great abyss that is this earth. Thanks back at you 'Lord Darkoth', may your lordship have sweet dreams of spinning sunwheels and dancing SS runes forever!]

    [Below: Ah, it warms my battle weary heart. Like a steaming cup of hot chocolate on a cold day, it reminds me of the Day of the Rope, and how my heart overflows with love for that blessed day to come!]

    [Below: How can two numerals hold so much emotion and power? And like the phrase they represent, "Heil Hitler", they banish the darkness like a magical spell, and ghouls and demons everywhere run back to their hiding places!]


    The Wonders of Yesterday

    [#856]

  • Outdated Tech

    [Note: Oh gosh, who else remembers these things?! The normal floppy disc held 1.44 MB, which was terribly small even back then. Also pictured are ZIP discs which held a whopping 100 MBs. Unfortunately the ZIP drive could be a pain in the ass to install back in the days with no USB ports! But, rambling aside, I was going through old stuff and found these discs in an old envelope. The ZIP disc on top has the Mourning the Ancient CD #1 master layout and the other discs have images and html for the CD itself. I know, nothing exciting for you, but I still had to put it up, if only for myself. A trip down memory lane!]


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