Friday, October 29, 2010

This Time I Mean It. I Swear.

I do hereby make Solemn Promise Number 112 to keep this blog up on a regular basis.


Friday, April 09, 2010

Anybody Out There?

Anybody actually looking at this blog? I'm willing to try and keep it up, but it would be nice to get some response.

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Ideas for Disseminating Northwest Novels

How do we increase awareness of the Master's works and get these books into the hands of young White people, those who can still read?

Monday, December 28, 2009

Free Northwest Novels

Check out the following web site, where all the Northwest Novels and many other works of HAC can be downloaded:

Saturday, December 26, 2009

Okay, Let's Have Another Go

I have been once more shamed by Mr. C. into giving up my dissipated ways and attempting to make a go of this fanzine type blog. I have been long away, Lloyd, but I am back again and will make a sincere effort this time to keep my cherry-red nose to the grindstone.

Monday, August 11, 2008

Movie Cast For The Brigade

Right, we've been "casting" some of the Master's other books. After much cogitation, here's my ideal cast for the movie version of The Brigade:

Zack Hatfield: Viggo Mortenson
Lennart Ekstrom: Fred Thompson
Charlie Washburn: Fred Ward
Cat Lockhart: Mark Wahlberg
Christina Ekstrom: Dominique Swain
Kicky McGee: Brittany Murphy

Jimmy Wingo: Billy Ray Cyrus
Billy Jackson: Ben Foster
Wayne Hill: Topher Grace
Annette Ridgeway: Tara Reid
Jamal Jarvis: That nigger from "Law and Order"
Lainie Martinez: Salma Hayek
Ted Lear: Bill Pullman
Julia Lear: Jennifer Aniston
Erica Collingwood: Erika Christensen
Charlie Randall: Jason Stratham
Barry Brewer: Jeremy Renner

How am I doing?


[2009 response to comment on this post: no, Mark Wahlberg is not a Jew. He is a former bricklayer who actually did prison time for hatecrime for assaulting two gooks and who periodically has to deny to the Hollywood establishment that he is a racist.]

Other Works

How many people here are familiar with Mr. C.'s NON Northwest material? How many people have read non-Northwest Covington novels and which ones?

Thursday, July 17, 2008

The Brigade (A Review)

I finally started reading The Brigade. I haven't gotten too far (I'm on chapter 5), but what I've read so far is amazing. I thought it was unnecessarily detailed for a while, until I understood what you were up to.

Although I don't post in the message group, I do read it occasionally and I read your post about your blog "only" getting 350 hits a day. My own website only gets a few more than that a month. I would be jumping for joy if I got that many hits a day. The thing is, you need to stop talking down about your own operation. People follow confidence. Believe me, I know it's frustrating when it seems like you aren't getting through to people. But now that I've read the first few chapters of The Brigade I know you know that you don't need legions of people to effect change. In fact, as you've pointed out, attracting numbers for the sake of it is counter productive. I think The Brigade will show people (really show them--step by step) that a small group can change things when they put their minds and hearts into it.

One last comment-- as I was reading the book, it struck me as an interesting fact that gang bangers would risk their life every day defending their friends and their city block, doing pretty much the same things as described in your book, except for personal gain instead of the gain of a whole nation, and yet normal, lower and middle class whites seem to be unable to do that for something as important as their freedom or their race. Are you telling me that we can't even organize as well as the Italian Mafia did? They didn't even speak English or know the layout of the land when they first came here. But they were very fluent in the one language that everyone understands (I think you know which one I'm referring to).

Just my two cents,