perjantai 22. joulukuuta 2017

George Burdi interview pt.2


Part #2 of George Burdi interview. Part #1 can be found from:

https://veriyhteys14.blogspot.com/2017/12/george-burdi-exclusive-interview-pt-1.html

Already an early issue (5/1995) of Resistance magazine had a report on black metal and the issue 7 (1996) included an interview with Graveland. What do you like black metal as European music? What about NSBM? 

I really can’t say too much about black metal, as the more extreme and poorly produced varieties of it are impenetrable to my ears and even when well produced and written just not my cup of tea. I understand that the pro white music movement went heavily in that direction but my belief is that was overindulgence and a strategic mistake.

Ueberfolk cd appeared under the band name Rahowa that means Racial Holy War. What does Rahowa mean to you as a concept at this moment? Or is it completely irrelevant to you? Anyhow, Muslims have the Lesser Jihad and the Greater Jihad, the first of which refers to a physical war against infidels while the latter is understood as an intrinsic spiritual fight. Can this distinction also apply to the modern Rahowa concept?

Racial holy war used to be something I was convinced was coming on the physical plane, like a civil war along the lines of race. I don’t see that happening. The Americans will be in a long-term stalemate with possible future racial separation occurring, but I don’t see a hot war with live bullets. This difference in opinion is critical to everything one does next, because if there is no hot civil war coming in America, then this will be a long drawn out conflict that is won by having families, building communities, and affecting the culture through the dissemination of ideas.

Europe has become a very different situation rather quickly. I am convinced that ISIS must have thousands of sleeper cells in Europe, because if they do not, they are total strategic morons. If and when to activate those cells is another question, but only a fool wouldn’t believe they’re ready. Of course Islam is not a race, but a religion, but it does have a racial element to it, in that most of its followers are non-white. So whereas in my youth I would have seen America headed for race war, it is now more likely to be Europe, I’m afraid. And unlike in my youth, I dread this future, I do not embrace it, I hope that I am wrong.

The idea of the Greater Jihad and the Lesser Jihad is that when one has done the spiritual work on themselves, and conquered oneself in a transcendent way, then one has emerged victorious from the inner spiritual war, ready to fight any enemy, because one moves with divine inspiration in every stride. This is the Greater Jihad. The Lesser Jihad is the mere physical conflict defeating infidels, who in their godless state, mastered by their animal natures, are soft and easy to conquer.

In the 1990’s skinhead movement your philosophical thinking and musical taste were ahead of time. Which philosophers and music makers inspired you then and who today?

I began my education with Nietzsche, Spengler, Yockey, and others. I was reading Nietzsche from age 16, and read all of his books before the age of 20. Later I would come to study Julius Evola, and to a lesser extent, Rene Guenon. Musically I have always had a very broad selection of musical tastes; I really listen to it all. If a song is good I don’t care what genre it is, but I’m not interested in anything with degenerate lyrics. Classical music and opera was always my biggest musical influence. I grew up on Zeppelin and The Beatles.

Based on your recent statements, you could be considered as Traditionalist and Identitarian. Is this a correct estimation?

I am foremost a Traditionalist. Thousands of years of history have led us to this point in time. We are primarily formed by the momentum of the past, as the old knowledge is what sustained man through countless challenges to his existence. I support the Identitarian movement because it is fundamentally Traditionalist, it recognizes the unique expression of form, culture, and language that is in danger of being swept away in a tide of modernity. This is also a European populist movement that recognizes the importance of race but is not obsessed with it.

In the 1990s Julius Evola was not well-known because at that time only a few of his books had been translated into English. Fortunately, the situation is now completely different. What interests you in Evola’s philosophy?

Yes, in 1995 Evola’s magnum opus Revolt Against the Modern World was released in English, his first English language release. So we have not had much time for his ideas to become widely known. He is decidedly European, but has great respect for the traditions of other peoples and cultures. He was a multi-linguist and could read his source material in many languages. There is much to love about Evola’s writings, but foremost would be his impartial approach to diverse schools of thought, which he manages to tie together with a golden thread that unites esoteric teachings.

However, you are hardly interested in Savitri Devi and Miguel Serrano anymore?

I recently read Devi’s “Long Whiskers and the Two-Legged Goddess” and am currently reading Don Miguel’s “NOS – The Book of the Resurrection”, so it is not accurate to say that I am not interested. However, both writers lived in parts of the world considered non-white, and had many non-white friends and allies, and I find their seeking of a spiritual answer to be. Devi’s writings on animal rights are when she is at her best, her impeachment of modern man. Don Miguel was a giant of a thinker, a personal friend of Carl Jung, an aristocratic and erudite, worldly man.

In the recent years, Alt-Right and Richard Spencer have received a lot of publicity. What do you think about Alt-Right phenomenon and Mr. Spencer?

First of all, standing up for issues facing people of European descent is probably the most personally destructive action you can take. Just standing up and saying “it’s okay to be white” can bring such a firestorm that your life can change. In such a climate, people of European descent are lucky to have anyone taking the heat to stand up and make a statement. So with that in mind, here is my critique: Richard Spencer seems too comfortable, too happy to hear his own pontifications to fully grasp the moment. To be successful, he needs to make a leap from casual philosopher to professional politician. It’s not an easy task, because without the hard knocks and experiential wisdom, how can such a young man know what to say, or what to do? I was no better than he, it’s just hard to think through every scenario, and be prepared so that all action is not a reaction. My belief is that Mr. Spencer is lacking the spiritual depth and full knowledge of Tradition to properly lead this fight. However, he could grow into that role, but living in the spotlight can create bigger problems for him.

As for the Alt-Right, the “Alt” part is now gone from it. The MSM has successfully characterized it as a “white nationalist” movement, with the assistance of Spencer and other Alt-Right leaders who were happy to wear that badge. But the dynamic nature of the original Alt-Right idea was that it was the non-neocon right wing, a true right, and included everyone that wasn’t an establishment Republican neoconservative type. It should have remained a loosely-defined thing, inclusive of everyone on the right that isn’t establishment neocon. But instead, Spencer and others played into the hands of the MSM, with his “Hail Trump!” moment and then repeatedly and implicitly stating that “Alt-Right” always means whites addressing white survival, instead of keeping it vague and inclusive. And so, the divide and conquer begins, which they unwittingly assisted.

What about European New Right, especially GRECE and its French thinkers such as Alain de Benoist? Are they familiar to North American movement and have their analyzes any value to Americans?

The writings of de Benoist are not well known to Americans. His thinking is very profound and I find much that I agree with in his writings. He also de-emphasizes the view of biological racism: “Racism is a theory that postulates, either that qualitative inequalities exist among the races such that one can distinguish generally ‘superior’ and ‘inferior’ races, or that the value of an individual is defined entirely by his or her racial belonging, or again that race constitutes the central determining factor in human history. These three postulates may be held together or separately. All three of them are false.”

Even if Europeans were to be replaced by individuals from other cultures and races that were IQ-tested to be more intelligent than the people being replaced, that is still unacceptable. How can the eradication of the organic cultural diversity of Europe be justified even when the people are a theoretical upgrade? This is why I advocate to people not to make this about race, race realism, IQ, education, etc. This is a battle for the cultural survival of the indigenous people of Europe. And no matter what the “replacement people” are like in terms of quality, it is still a disaster, plain and simple.

What do you think of European nationalist grass root movements, and I do not mean here right-wing populists, but Casa Pound, Identitarian Movement, etc.?

I always believed that when the common man became truly affected by mass immigration – not alarmed about concerns for the future, or about aesthetics, or even just xenophobia – but affected deeply, where his very way of life became threatened, that only then real movements would emerge.  CasaPound and the Identitarian Movements are the real movement. Virtually everything else heretofore was cursed with the same nihilistic modernity as the society it was attempting to reject. The old movement was a subculture based around a shared belief that the future is doomed and we have no place in it. That’s a very punk rock spirit, the whole “fuck the world” mentality. But this new movement is comprised instead with people that desire to live, demand to live, and have a place in the future.

Is there a big difference between American and European white movements?

The American white movement is far more reactionary than the European counterpart. It defines itself by what it opposes, instead of the essence of what it is. Decades of racial conflict and strife brought about by the disastrous decision to import African slaves have indelibly stained the American psyche and drained huge amounts of the energy of the nation into the sewer of history. Today’s American white movement is slowly escaping those old pathologies, but is still far too reactive and needs to find its own voice and essence. The European people are the indigenous people of Europe. White people have a problem convincing the South Africans or the American Indians that they have a legitimate claim to those lands. But Europe? Can any serious person argue that Europe should not be for the Europeans? This is the fundamental difference. Severed from our ancestral home continent, we are more wayward in the modern world. We are further away, our compass is broken. And so, the North American white movement expresses itself as part of a modern caste system where the adherent feels better about himself in relation to other races he deems inferior, rather than placing at the forefront of his mind an image of his own perfected state at the end of history. In pagan times and in Hinduism (one in the same thing) we would see the Nietzschean god-man as the objective. This is the Luciferian or Promethean nature, bringing the light of the gods down to Earth, and giving this light of wisdom and knowledge to the world. The god or goddess was an archetype of a divine perfected expression of life, to which the adherent would strive to emulate and embody the qualities of, according to his or her nature.

What are the stumbling blocks and the biggest problems with white movements?

The biggest problem with white movements is that we are living in a dark age. We are a fallen people. We shed the veil of Christianity but we weren’t prepared for the wayward freedom and nihilism that would ensue. Trying to build a movement out of broken people is impossible. There can be no political victory that isn’t based upon a victory of a higher kind: the building of a better man, possessing a Nietzschean ethic. Julius Evola said “one must only acknowledge the truth of a fragmented human being, who has come to identify existence itself with its lowest and most irrational levels, with its darkest and most senseless expressions, wallowing in a sort of self-sadism.” This age in which we live is soul-destroying, but when faced with a rampaging tiger, sometimes the only safe place is riding on the tiger’s back! This means that one channels the frenetic and destructive energies of the modern world, finding purpose and meaning where others find only despair, all the while remaining safely out of reach of the tiger.



Let’s talk more about politics! What do you think of Donald Trump and his policies? And what’s your opinion about Canadian current Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau?

Donald Trump is defined more for how he is being attacked incessantly by the mainstream media then by anything he has done. I can’t help but believe that there is a small group of American patriots in military and intelligence circles that helped to put Trump in power, and that Trump knew going into this that he would be attacked, but that there was a segment of the deep state apparatus that was behind him. Because without that kind of support, I can’t see one man – billionaire or not – subjecting himself to this type of incessant abuse. But just because there is a small renegade element supporting Trump, does not mean that 90% of the deep state is not opposed to him. The question is, is Trump just a pressure-valve meant to placate the white majority, or is he the real deal but just up against too much opposition?

As for Justin Trudeau, the social justice warrior, he is the perfect Canadian Prime Minister! He masterfully embodies the zeitgeist of the modern liberal progressive, brilliantly virtue signalling at every opportunity. As such, he represents the pendulum swinging to its furthest leftward point.

What do you think about multiculturalism and how should people react to it?

The idea of multiculturalism is only being promoted in Western (white) countries. More diversity always means less white people. The organic idea of the nation-state is a group of people that share a culture, or very similar cultures, to bond together to form a system that is an extension of that culture. So, there can be no enduring concept of multiculturalism. It can only exist temporarily until it levels everything into a new rootless and inorganic mix. All of the countries that the new migrants come from will still retain its cultural primacy; it is only the people of European descent that will be left without a homeland.

You have an Indian wife. Does not this contradict the fact that you support ethnic separatism and resist the multicultural policy of the Globalists?

My wife and I divorced in 2005, but we remain good friends and have written some music together as recently as last year, but your question is a good one, and I will answer it as plainly as possible. Ethnic separatism for Europe is absolutely necessary, because without living space, a people and a culture cannot exist. There are hundreds of unique, centuries-old micro-cultures in Europe, with customs, language, and history. They cannot survive this new wave of humanity flooding its borders. In North America, however, only a complete breakdown of society could produce ethnic nationalism, which is never something you want to see because of mass upheaval and bloodshed, so it’s something that if it does ever happen will be a discussion if things fall apart. I am also not convinced that a white city-state in the U.S. would ultimately be a good thing for white people anyway. Take one look at the economic isolation in the South African white ghettos, and you’ll see that once you group up in one area, you become an easier target, because the system can surround and attack that entity from the outside, whilst maintaining normal life for everyone else. For these reasons, and others, I advocate civic nationalism outside of Europe and advise North American ethnic nationalists to make this compromise. Nothing can change the cultural undertone of America in the same way as people of all races coming together to recognize the common ground of anti-globalist, anti-Marxist positions. Most people from other races want to maintain their own ethnic/cultural identity too. This doesn’t mean that the ethnic nationalist can’t still promote their agenda and ideas, but it does mean that this romanticized idea is seen as an “in emergency, break glass” option.

As for my East Indian, Brahmin caste, fair-skinned, “brown Aryan” ex-wife, she was the perfect companion for me during the years we were together. We spent this time reading books from the world of Tradition and exploring Aryan history. I am especially grateful to her and her family for the “missing Hindu wisdom” they imparted. Her father was a very unique spiritual teacher, but he died a couple of years ago. Ultimately both she and I outgrew each other as husband and wife, but as I said we remain good friends 12 years later.

What do you think of the mainstream culture, the market economy and the globalism – all of this present western way of life?

The modern world, with its frenetic race to produce and consume, is blotting out everything that made humanity wonderful. Everyone who participates in it is losing. I advocate completely detaching yourself from this debacle, move to the country, disconnect your television, don’t read the news. This society is only sustained by intoxication; nothing healthy and lasting can be born from it. Reject it all.

In Western society there has been lot of talk for the need of higher education. However, modern university seems to be just a place for Marxist indoctrination. How do you feel about university education?

I attended University for one year back in 1990, and even then it was a Marxist hotbed, intolerant of diversity of opinion and freedom of speech. I was practically run off campus, with “Unwanted: Dead or Alive” posters with my face up around campus. In the last three decades, the situation has intensified. Today if you have a dissenting voice you are attacked with extreme hostility. As such, there is no purpose to attending such institutions, unless one is learning a profession such as doctor, lawyer, accountant, etc. The social sciences are a total waste of time and money. Any parent that sends their son or daughter to these institutions is going to infect them with a mind-virus in the process. Instead, buy the complete works of Julius Evola and spend five years studying them.

You have spoken in some interviews about spiritual growth. What did it mean to you?

Ultimately spiritual growth is about bringing the divine down to the Earth, the light and knowledge of the transcendent world, the metaphysical reality that underpins our physical universe. It is about a search for God within. It is about not constraining the psychic realm of pure potential with the type of over-simplified theological understanding of God. There is a God, I seek to know Him and serve His purpose with every expression of my soul. I seek to find ever greater light within me, and to share it with the world. I believe in a Nietzschean ideal of God as expressed in Zarathustra. I believe that man is somewhere between God and animal – that we can either devolve into savages, and revel in our own disease and filth for another thousand year dark age, or we will seize upon our greater nature and navigate a path through this predicament and into the light of a new dawn for all of humanity. There is no third path.

What kind of things and values Jewish globalist banker George Soros represent in your worldview? Does he more generally represent Jewish thinking or is he just an exception?

My attitude towards the Jewish question has changed quite a bit over the years. I used to see the mindset of Jewish actors like Soros as indicative of the Jewish people as a whole. I no longer do. I have simply spoken with far too many Jews to see them as a monolithic force. Many of them fight against what they see as a threat to their future in nationalist movements. They are a global diaspora and are therefore more inclined to globalism. But they exist in our world, and we exist in theirs. We are best advised to make peace, to extend olive branches towards them, and to educate as many of them as possible on the destructive force that is cultural Marxism.

In general, what is your attitude to Jewish power and anti-Semitism today? You told in Punk Planet magazine that the criticisms of white nationalists on the Jews are based on odd information:” (…)”How is this possible when Jews make up only two percent of the population blah blah blah…”. You never go and find out for yourself whether any of this is true, because you’re in a circle of people where everyone is reaffirming this idea. You filter out anything that doesn’t fit.” Yes, you have a point but do you still think that a criticism on the Jews is unjustified? For example, have you read about Professor Kevin McDonald’s three-part series where he analyzes Judaism and Jewish culture from the angle of evolutionist psychology?

I am familiar with McDonald’s Culture of Critique, and he makes accurate points regarding the outsider nature of Judaism, and how they have championed controversial movements and ideas over the centuries. They see themselves as a family, a tribe, and their culture of struggle to survive throughout the ages has turned them into a very unique people. Nietzsche said “The Jews are the most fateful nation in world history because faced with the prospect of whether to be or not to be, they chose to be with a perfectly uncanny conviction.”

Jewish opponents see their qualities and ethnic traits as being part of their biology, as a survival strategy; that they want to dull the instincts of the gentiles.  But they truly champion these ideas. They have transgendered rabbis in Reform synagogues. Many of them are leftists. They very much live what they preach in this regard, they are not just adopting ideas to weaken the host nations where they reside as McDonald would assert; they believe in these ideas in a deep-seated way. But there are also many right-wing conservative Jews, who believe that the Reform Jews are a bunch of crazy left-wingers. Israeli politics is a constant internal struggle with conflicts between left and right.

Also, the worldwide left wing has quite emphatically turned its back on Israel due to the occupation. Many right wing people support Israel because it is trying to be a homogenous ethnostate, which many European nationalists want too.

If the Jews have become primarily left wing deconstructionist due to their evolutionary biology, maybe the gentiles have become biologically anti-Semitic after centuries of pogroms? Both ideas give pause for thought, but I prefer to operate on the basis that we can all communicate with one another, and that we are not irreversibly doomed to repeat the conflict of the millennia as the whole world is set afire. I believe there is a key that can unlock every door, and resolve conflicts. We can all get what we want and need and we don’t need to have a racial holy war to achieve it.

What do you think of Ecofascism and ecological issues, such as population explosion? Unabomber’s manifest is certainly familiar to you, but have you ever heard of a Finnish hardcore deep ecologist and “ecofascist” called Pentti Linkola? He has published one book in English called Can life prevail?

I take issue with those who place nature itself into a godlike position in their worldview. These ecofascists use the protection of the biosphere as justification for totalitarian control and massive population decreases, both which require mass suffering of humanity for the sake of bodies of water, forests, and wildlife. I promise you this: the universe is teeming with life, but advanced intelligent life is a rare thing. Mankind is not just an advanced form of ape. We hold a special place in the hierarchy of nature, and the civilizations that we build and uphold are our most important legacy.

All mature civilizations experience population decreases. This is a natural stage in the development of a nation. There is no need for authoritarian systems to enforce this, or even mass murder as the ecofascists would welcome. Linkola himself said “”If there were a button I could press, I would sacrifice myself without hesitating, if it meant millions of people would die.” What kind of morally bereft insanity does this man and his ilk possess to see mass death and destruction as being a solution to anything? I’m sure the misanthropists love him, as it gives them a thin veneer of virtue to hide the ugliness of their ethically bankrupt worldview.

The answer that Western governments provide is that we need mass immigration to correct the population declines. They never really explain why, mumbling something about needing more labourers to pay for an aging population. But with the coming age of robotics, there is no shortage of labourers. And as we have just seen announced in Sweden, where they are delaying the age of retirement to cover the costs of immigration, the opposite effect will occur, where the native population will be milked for every drop of productivity to fund their own replacement.

Instead, just allowing the natural decline in population to occur, will result in greater systems of efficiency, reduced real estate prices, declines in pollution, higher wages, and a greater value placed on intellectual property. That doesn’t sound like such a bad thing.

The second last question. Martin Heidegger, the most prominent Continental philosopher in the last century, said in the interview in 1966, published by Der Spiegel in 1976 after his death, that ”only God can save us”. Do you see the state of the world as desperate as the great philosopher? Even the wise holy men say that we live in the time of Kali (Kali Yuga) and because of that there is no point to ”save” this fallen world. In what direction do you believe the world will go? Is there any chance for Man and Nature in his power to survive, to quote the name of Linkola’s book, Can life prevail?

There is no stopping the Kali Yuga, the disintegration has already begun, and it shall run its course the same way that Winter does before the rebirth of Spring. History is a cycle, not a linear ending. Everything that falls and dies will one day rise again. But that does not mean that the new seeds of rebirth do not have to struggle to break the shell and sprout to life. It is taught in the Vedas that there is a very short period between the end of the Kali Yuga and the beginning of the next Golden Age of humanity known as the Age of Heroes, where a small but highly active cadre of superior men and women deliver us out of darkness, and show the way to the new dawn. In this sense, only the gods can save us; the gods will assist the man burning with the mission of Providence.

But there is no point in doing nothing, waiting for the gods to help us. We must become heroes, great noble spiritual warriors of Being, and instead of wallowing in our past failures or in the apparent hopelessness of our era, to see our task as transcendent, not political. Because then even if we are to fail, and sacrifice our worldly existence for the vision of a rebirth, we still cleanse our souls of the stains of our epoch, and we achieve our individual salvation in the process.

Finally, what would you like to say to the readers of Veriyhteys?

I will leave with a quote from the Tao te Ching: “He who knows others is clever; one who knows himself is enlightened. One who conquers others is strong; one who conquers himself is power.” This is the fundamental goal of our era, to be inwardly reborn, to conquer thyself, to have no addictions – no lower forces can be allowed to rule over you. To become an Overman, one must fully master himself. Once we rise again inwardly, the outer world will fall away before us, and material forces will lose their power against this new type of man. I highly recommend attending a ten day silent meditation retreat with the Vipassana school. They have centres around the world, and the courses are donation only, based on what you can afford. www.dhamma.org.

My personal website is www.georgeburdi.com. On Twitter: @georgeburdi

(Bonus question) It is said that the main character of the movie American History X (1998) had some similarities to you when you were still involved in the movement. Rumours say you were interviewed for this movie. Were you a model for the main character of the movie?

The movie company contacted Resistance, ordered everything in our catalog, music, posters, magazines, books, patches, etc. They also got me to sign a requisition to release 3 hours of interview footage I had done with CNN. The lead actor, Ed Norton, I was told watched this footage to help create the fictional character in the movie. I had not left the movement yet when this movie was made, so any similarity in plot is merely coincidental. I did see a lot of mannerisms and phrasings I used reflected in his character, and one day I will ask Ed Norton myself.

Interview by: RL

maanantai 18. joulukuuta 2017

George Burdi exclusive interview pt. 1



AN EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH GEORGE BURDI, EX-LEADER OF RAHOWA

Veriyhteys (Blood Connection / Bloodline) is the information channel of the Finnish counterculture. Our collective focus mainly on Finnish music and politics, but often in the European context. This is why it’s justified to publish this interview in English because it has interest to all white activists. 

We do not take a stand on George Burdi’s views, but give him the opportunity to speak freely. Now is his turn to tell the other side of Rahowa’s saga. This long interview appears in two parts. It was made in November and December 2017.

Interviewed by RL

Mr. Burdi, I interviewed you about 22 years ago and much has happened since then. Those who were in the movement at that time are particularly interested in knowing what you think about things now. This year, Rahowa’s third album Ueberfolk, as well as an interview with FSN from Germany in the early summer, has attracted general interest. However, we haven’t heard much about you since the last decade, so why did you decide to give interviews right now?

I have never decided to stop giving interviews, and have been open to questions from movement people since my departure. In fact, I have refused dozens of mainstream media interviews and only been willing to do alternative interviews over the past 20 years. I have done a few interviews during that time.

The “RAHOWA” release of Überfolk material is a bootleg, released without my permission, using demo tracks that had been circulating the internet. I no longer release material under the RAHOWA name. The actual Überfolk debut album will be a double LP and will be released in early 2018.

What do you think about the interviews that you gave after leaving the movement? Were they proper or did you ever feel that the mainstream media is using you and removing things from the context to spread their own agenda?

The mainstream media ALWAYS spins everything to fit their own agenda. There were so many things I said taken out of context that it led to my decision to never do a mainstream interview again. As a result, I haven’t done an MSM interview since 2003.

That having been said, I did make many statements that were considered shocking and provocative at the time, and most of my criticism is with people who are motivated by hatred of the world and life itself within the white peoples movement. I do not accept these self-styled leaders – I was once one too – who claim to speak for white people yet who do so in a way totally misrepresenting our ethos, values, traditions, and good qualities. My leader overflows with love for his people, for his culture. He loves children, and animals, and isn’t capable of brutality. He believes in the laws of nature, acts in harmony with dharma, and is a humble servant of God and his fellow man.

When you left the movement you didn’t proclaim it as an enemy or started a career as a multiculturalist Leftist agitator. What do you think about the American White Power musicians who, after leaving the band, were openly proclaimed enemies of the White movement and began to preach anti-white ”anti-racism” and multiculturalism such as Christian Picciolini of Final Solution & White American Youth and Arno Michaelis of Centurion?

I can accept that Christian and Arno have become left-wing in their views, as long as they can accept that I never stopped being right-wing. You don’t have to be leftist to be “anti-hate” or “non-racist”. I also accept that especially in the U.S., there are many violent idiots parading around as part of the “white movement”. These people deserve to be criticized for their views and conduct in strong terms. What I find hard to accept, however, is the idea that all organizing by white people for their group interests is “racism” and “hate”, which conflates massive historical forces into a narrow psychological “defect of humanity.” It characterizes all white group identity and organizing as “hate”, which is a massive mistake. If the only way that white people are permitted by society to organize for their group interests is categorized as hatred, then a psychological siphoning occurs where only people sufficiently frustrated enough to wear these labels and the resulting social stigmatism step forward. It’ s a sort of anti-selection. Then these elements create a doomsday mentality where there is no recourse other than mutual destruction.

Let’s talk about your early political and musical career. Before joining the Rahowa in the early 1990s, you worked actively in the Church of the Creator (COTC) movement. What sort of organization was it about? Have you ever met Ben Klassen (1918–1993), the founder of the movement? It looks like the movement is still working in the world, albeit with the name Creativity Movement.

Yes, the Creativity Movement was my entry into the white movement. I met Ben Klassen and spent a few months working at his North Carolina “school for gifted boys”, along with Ron McVan of Temple of Wotan. The organization was anti-Christian, but also anti-spiritual, atheistic, and full of hatred for the real and perceived enemies of the white race. Ben Klassen had a good idea about creating a religion for white people, but he was far from the right man for the job. His own personal worldview was so absent of spiritual light that this was reflected in the cold, clinical, materialistic view of race and culture espoused in the White Man’s Bible. He tore down the Christian faith, but put in it’s place something void of spiritual depth, more ghastly and self-defeating.

Ben Klassen defended healthy lifestyles and wrote also health books like Salubrious Living, co-written with Arnold Devries. As far as I know you’ve been a vegetarian for a long time. What kind of lifestyle do you recommend?

I have been vegetarian/vegan for 26 years, since the age of 21. I stop short of calling myself totally vegan because I eat 2-3 eggs per week, laid by my own chickens. But I don’t believe eating dairy is healthy for anyone, unless it is raw milk from an organic cow treated with compassion and care, and even then only for people who are growing – young people and athletes. Dairy causes mucous production in the body: one teaspoon of dairy produces one cup of mucous in the bowel. This mucous clogs up sinuses and lungs, as the body must then expel it. I recommend a lifestyle of yoga, meditation, daily walks, strength training (best to do push-ups, chin-ups, lunges, and jumping, minimize the dumbbells/barbells), and eat an all-organic diet. If you eat meat it should be wild game, or 100% grass fed. It is imperative that grains & cooking oils be organic, as they are frequently laden with deadly health-destroying glyphosate (Monsanto’s RoundUp herbicide), which fortunately is not used in Europe (to my knowledge.)

One of the best interviews about you after the break up of Rahowa appeared in the magazine called Punk Planet (issue 48, March & April 2002). It reveals that while you were working at COTC, you were also dealing with world-famous revisionist Ernst Zündel, who died very recently (August 5, 2017). You said in that interview: ”I was at Ernst Zündel’s one time and there was some mention of skinheads, and Zündel was spewing some very negative attitudes about skinheads – that was the first time I heard about them”. In the same magazine you also said that you heard first time Skrewdriver from the tape that Zündel had received from one of his supporters. It seems that Skrewdriver got you to set up Rahowa. Obviously Zündel had a great impact on you at that time. What kind of thoughts these comments and facts are raising now?

Ernst Zündel was very opposed to the whole skinhead scene, as were the dozens of Germans I met as a volunteer at his Samisdat headquarters. In fact, Ernst finally threw me out of his home in 1991 after I formed RAHOWA. He heard the lyrics to the first album, Declaration of War, and said that I was dishonouring the memory of Hitler and the Third Reich by spreading a false Hollywood Nazi image that had nothing to do with National Socialism. He said that the system would take me out as a fall guy after building me up, and that I would bring nothing but pain and suffering with my music. That encounter with Ernst and the loss of my connection with him over my lyrics was one of the many signposts along my journey that made me reject the race-hate. In fact, in 1994 while running Resistance Records, I made a decision not to republish RAHOWA’s first album due to it’s lyrics, and 1995’s Cult of the Holy War was a great departure from the tone of the first album.

Organizing the White Power concerts was certainly difficult at this time. How many gigs did you do? Did you ever play outside of your hometown Toronto or outside of Canada?

RAHOWA played about 15 concerts in total. Once the band got bigger it was near impossible to play a show without violence and the opposition of the police. So at that point we focused on releasing records and distributing them. Live shows always had terrible sound systems, got moved around as venues always cancelled, got pelted with eggs and rocks by Antifa. In general, it was a complete frustration. We played most of our shows in Toronto and the cities nearby. Travelling with the band was damn near impossible, crossing borders was a pain.

How would you compare your first cd Declaration of War (1993) to your second album Cult of the Holy War (1995)? Although the second album is more respected, I know that your first release have also its own fans.

Musically, they are very different albums. Declaration of War is more RAC style music, written as sing-along anthems, good music in the Skrewdriver style. Cult of the Holy War was a more serious record. It attempts to capture the history and emotions the European people in more epic and classical musical creations.

I have read that Resistance Records started by accident. Thanks go probably to legendary French RAC publisher Rebelles Européens. Could you tell the readers about the birth history of Resistance Records?

Rebelles Européens signed RAHOWA after hearing our 4 song demo, in around 1990. They mailed us a money order for a few thousand dollars, to pay our recording expenses. About 6 months later we shipped them our finished recording of Declaration of War, and it was return by the post office with a note “box closed. no forwarding address.” Their phone number was no longer in service. We had an album, but no label to release it. So originally Resistance was formed to only sell RAHOWA, but it grew fast from there.

By the way, how did the Resistance Records cds sell? Did quality and sales match each other?

From 1993 to 1997, Resistance sold approximately 100,000 CDs combined from all bands. There was a definite connection between quality of production and musicianship and sales. Top sellers were Bound For Glory, Fortress, No Remorse, Berserkr, Centurion, and RAHOWA.

Looking back, which Resistance Records discs you would have wanted to leave unpublished?

I wouldn’t have published the albums with racial epithets. So, no first RAHOWA, no Aggravated Assault, Centurion or The Voice. More Fortress, Bererkr, Bound For Glory, and bands like Shutdown.

When you finished Resistance Records, you sold it to the grey eminence of the American extreme right named Willis Carto (1926–2015). He sold the company to another great actor of the movement, Dr. William L. Pierce (1933–2002). Was the trade with Carto profitable for you? Because you left the movement, did you see the moral problem that the buyer of your record company will continues to spread ideology that you discarded?

Well your question is valid, but only because your timeline has some blind spots. I was paroled in 1997 with 3 years of legal conditions that prevented me contacting anyone in the movement, or dealing with the affairs of Resistance Records, or even seeing band RAHOWA members. I had to comply with these conditions, because they were eager to throw me back in jail. It was during this time that the record company was sold to Carto and then to Pierce. An associate of mine took care of the negotiations and the transactions, and I was not involved nor accepted any funds. But at this time I had not yet “left the movement”, I was just on forced hiatus. However, later on I was indifferent to what Resistance was releasing, it was just a brand at that point and bore little resemblance to the label I formed a decade previously.

On the interview that you gave to German YouTube channel FSN you said that you still value bands like Bound for Glory. However, you don’t like hatecore bands like Angry Aryans that spread violent racial hatred. What annoys you in hatecore bands?

When you use low-vibration lyrics, when you highlight the lowest common denominator amongst your real & perceived opponents; you lower your own vibration to that level. Better instead to cultivate the highest aspect of your spiritual expression, and to also cultivate this even within your enemies. An Aryan is a spiritual warrior, a noble warrior, not a hater.

Why is there no more record companies in North America like Resistance Records in the 1990’s?

I think the better question is where are the good bands with the good records? The labels really only exist because music needs releasing. In today’s scene it’s like the labels need to build the musical acts themselves, which is totally inorganic. When a band has a following they are a good financial risk to at least make enough sales to cover expenses.

What was your main reason to break Rahowa and leave the movement in 1997? It was not just a political decision?

People make easy interpretations that my time in jail had something to do with my leaving the movement. The only way that it did was my parole and probation forbid me from any contact with the movement for three years. My “change of heart”, my soul-searching, my rational examination of my life and ideas, occurred during these three years. My reasons for leaving were not political, nor did I reject all of the ideas of the movement philosophy. But I set out in my mind to follow myself, “to thine own self be true”, and felt even that if I was a one-man movement, I was only going to belong to the type of movement that believes in the brotherhood of man, believes that we European people can be masters of our own lives, have our own land and celebrate our culture, and be friendly ambassadors of our way of life. I believe that when a person develops a connection to their spiritual core, that this more accepting and inclusive Weltanschauunng emerges organically. Indeed, the entire challenge is to strip away the prejudices of the modern ideas of “progress” and nihilism, and to reveal the law of nature manifest in the individual and in the nation.

What do you think about the criticism you received when you left the movement? 

I was under no false impressions that people in the movement would understand me or wish to still be my friends after my departure. But I felt that what I had to say was worth putting everything I had built on the line and detonating it. For the most part, however, I just moved on with my life and disconnected myself from the movement, and also from all of mainstream and sub-culture life. I eventually moved out of the city, to the country, no television, no news websites, I just totally turned off the world and went inward for about 15 years, to discover within myself what was missing, to find answers to my spiritual seeking. I did a huge amount of reading during this time.

When and why did you get to jail? Were you in contact with the Aryan Brotherhood during the sentence? What was it like to be in jail? Now when Finland has become “multicultural”, the prisoners have also segregated into different ethnic groups. Apparently, this is more rule in Canada and the United States than an exception?

Canadian jails during the 1990s were quite easy, and if you minded your own business people left you alone. There was no Aryan Brotherhood where I was. When I arrived in jail they created an all-white dormitory for me, so that there was no racial incidents. So the rest of my fellow prisoners were happy to have me, as it meant we got to play the music and watch the TV shows we wanted, and that the whole dorm was homogeneous culturally. So we entertained ourselves with playing card tournaments, hockey pools to bet on NHL games, even a little bit of skit acting. That was my time inside, four months of bad food, smokey air, and some temporary friendships.

What happened to Rahowa’s former members? Do they still think in the same way as in the 1990s? How do other members react to your departure?

I’m in touch with the original lineup from Cult of the Holy War, with the exception of Jon Latvis. Jon and I do not talk, but I wish him well in life. They did not agree with my departure, nor did I give them a personal explanation at the time. They have in time mellowed out, and we are on good terms. The keyboardist Carl Alexander is still one of my closest friends.

Are you still in contact with old band members and political comrades who were active in that time?

I did not stay in touch with any of the pro-white musicians from the old scene, however I did continue to correspond with many political comrades. I received hundreds or maybe thousands of emails from people in my decade after leaving, many of them friendly, many hostile. Keep in mind that 99% of the people that came through the white power movement ended up leaving it for many of the same reasons I did, but many of these people retain a core idea of racial identity and cultural protection. I never tried to lecture people or change their thinking. I was intellectually honest with them and just explained my thinking. Even when people wrote angry emails, I would always respond with kindness, and that usually turned the conversation into something productive.

At the turn of the millennium, you founded a multiracial band called Novacosm. What was the idea and purpose of the band? Was it an ideologically multiculturalist band?

When I put together Novacosm I just wanted to do a non-political musical project, to write songs about my experiences and ideas. It is ironic that it became a political statement on it’s own, having a multicultural lineup, but that was never the intent. The intent was to spend time with some great musicians who also happened to be excellent human beings, to write some songs, and play a few shows, and have fun. We did some recordings but never crafted the sound we had envisioned.

Why did you want to record in 2007 the new Rahowa material, now published as Uebervolk cd? Had the songs been made already in the 1990’s? Did you think that Rahowa’s story has not ended yet? And did you give a permission to Rage Records to publish that material?

Calling any of these songs “new Rahowa material” is just a total misrepresentation. None of these songs were co-written with any Rahowa members. All of these songs were written post-1997, and the vast majority of them were written from 2007-2017. I did not give Rage Records permission, nor did they request it, and they released demo tracks in the half-stages of development. Am I angry about it or do I worry about losing money or anything like that? No. My only objection is artistic (the songs were not recorded properly for a release) and the mis-labelling of the material as Rahowa. The new band is called Überfolk, which is a different spelling, and that will help clear some of the confusion and help separate the real release from the demo song bootleg.

Ueberfolk cd was supposed to be Rahowa’s third release already in the 1990’s. The musical concept then went under the name “Experimental Neofolk”, so the album that released in this year does not deviate much from that label . Are you satisfied with the album?

Actually the Überfolk project was going to be a side project to Rahowa, released as a separate band name. Rahowa’s third album was to be entitled “The Iron Dream”. Yes, the musical style continues with the intended neofolk direction, although the lyrics are quite different than they would have been, although still exploring similar themes.

The booklet of the new album tells that in the 1990’s Rahowa was planning to create a fourth album titled “The Iron Dream”. Is this true? What kind of music it would have been?

As said previously, The Iron Dream would have been the name of the third RAHOWA album. We really liked the combination of classical music, folk and metal, and although many bands have attempted this and done it well, the musical vision of The Iron Dream is something that I haven’t heard previously, even in the two decades following Cult of the Holy War. At least not that I’ve heard.

What happened to the old unreleased Rahowa songs? Did you offer these songs to the other wp / rac bands?

There weren’t many unreleased songs, but there was a scrapbook full of lyrics, maybe 15-20 ideas, some not very complete. I sent these lyrics to Nordland Records in Sweden, Saga used some of them. I wrote the lyrics to the song “Camp of the Saints” that Saga and her band wrote the music to. “I sit and pour the finest wine, into a crystal glass of mine, with the Brandenburg concerto keeping time. A little farewell toast to give, to a culture with no will to live, the Western world adrift amidst the flood.”

Have you listened to versions of other bands from Rahowa’s songs? What is your opinion about them? 

For the past 20 years, I have totally turned off the modern world. I used the internet for some business, but not much. I don’t have cable television, don’t read newspapers or even the news. Believe it or not, I hadn’t even heard of Black Lives Matter or the European migrant crisis until about September 2016. I was surprised to see almost two million views for Saga’s version of Ode to a Dying People. Then I discovered dozens of other versions of Ode that I didn’t know existed. Some of them are really great too. As I wrote it originally on acoustic guitar, it sounds best as a ballad or acoustically, in my opinion. But a notable mention must go to Vinterdis.

Have you followed or listened to nationalistic music in recent years? If so, what are your favourites?

Although I haven’t heard a lot of the various bands, to me there is nobody doing it better than France’s Les Brigandes. Great songs, entertaining music videos, and most importantly a true and honest cultural revival surrounding the group. 


The part 2 of the interview will be out soon. Stay tuned!

(Edit: You can read part 2 from here)

torstai 14. joulukuuta 2017

Suomi 100 -konsertti, Vantaa, 6.12.2017: Pyhä Kuolema + Sankar’hauta + Vapaudenristi





Tänä vuonna itsenäisyyspäivän perinteinen RAC-konsertti sulautui verkkolehti Sarastuksen järjestämään iltatilaisuuteen. Suomi 100 -konsertti oli juhlavan päivän päätös, jota oli edeltänyt kaksi onnistunutta kansallismielistä marssia. Koska konsertti oli vain yksi osa päivän kansallismielisistä tapahtumista, Veriyhteys tekee aluksi pikakatsauksen päivän muihin tapahtumiin ennen varsinaista konserttiarviota.

Tänä vuonna itsenäisyyspäivää juhlittiin, kunnioitettiin ja vastustettiin näkyvämmin kuin koskaan aiemmin, olihan kyseessä satavuotiaan Suomen valtiollisen olemassaolon merkkipäivä. Juhlinnan mielekkyydestä voidaan toki olla montaa mieltä, sillä viimeistään EU:n liittymisen 1995 jälkeen kansallista suvereniteettia on luovutettu ylikansallisille organisaatioille huomattavan paljon.

Syyllisiä valtiopetokseen voi etsiä Arkadianmäeltä, mutta myös tietystä kansanosasta. Suomen satavuotispäivänä tuo kiittämätön joukkio, joka ei niinkään määrällään vaan äänekkäällä mölyllään, julkesi vastustaa pääkaupungin kaduilla isänmaallisuutta. He olisivat valmiita luovuttamaan Suomen kansallisen itsemääräämisoikeuden – viimeisetkin kansallisvaltion rippeet – EU:lle tai mille tahansa epädemokraattiselle globalistiklikille, kunhan määräysvalta ei vain olisi etnisillä suomalaisilla. Ei ihme, että liberaalijuutalainen, pahamaineinen riistokapitalisti ja pörssikeinottelija George Soros, tukee mielellään näitä viidennen kolonnan hyödyllisiä idiootteja.

Valtamediassa kansanvihollisten provokaatio ei saanut käytännössä juuri mitään huomiota puhumattakaan moitteista, sillä itsenäisyyspäivän kansalaistilaisuuksista suurimman huomion veivät 612-soihtukulkue ja kansallissosialistinen Kohti vapautta -mielenosoitus. Epäkansallisten tiedotusvälineiden päivittelevästä moralismista huolimatta kumpikin tilaisuus oli menestys ja ne kasvattivat osallistujamääriään edellisvuoteen nähden merkittävästi. Aneemisen äärivasemmiston joukkovoima kaduilla on tätä nykyä niin heikko, ettei se pystynyt häiritsemään marsseja mitenkään lukuun ottamatta pientä kimittävää huutelua.

Vasemmisto menetti lopulta kansan silmissä kasvonsa, koska se yritti vilpillisellä älyllään syrjäyttää Töölön torilta lähteneen 612-marssin varaamalla samalle paikalle keinotekoisesti polkaistun lasten alpakkatapahtuman. Näin kansan syvistä riveistä vieraantuneiden punaporvarien muutkin suomalaisvastaiset projektit kuten Meillä on unelma -konsertti 2015 ja Peli poikki! -mielenosoituksen 2016 asettuvat kyseenalaiseen valoon. Varsinkin, kun juuri hiljattain on tullut varmistus siitä, että alpakkatapahtuman järjestäjä Aleksi Pahkala ilmoittama osallistujamäärä Töölön Telia 5G Areenalla ei ollutkaan se median hehkuttama 5000 vaan 500.

Tämä on noloa koko vasemmistolle, sillä se on jatkuvasti nillittänyt isänmaallisten marssien osallistujamääristä. Esimerkiksi työtä tekevää luokkaa vieroksuvan humanistiopiskelijoiden Varis-verkosto puhuu Kohti vapautta -mielenosoituksen 300:sta osallistujasta, vaikka jopa Helsingin Sanomat yhdessä poliisin kanssa kertoo osallistujia olleen 450. Kun rehellisyys on tätä luokkaa, on vaikea ottaa vakavasti punaverkoston julkaisemaa silmäpuolista laskentaa 612-soihtukulkueesta.

Ainoa äärivasemmiston projekti, joka jäi muuksikin kuin pelkäksi yritykseksi, oli Suomi 100 -konsertin paikaksi varatun ravintolan omistajan kolmen auton tuhopoltto. Pian polttopullohyökkäyksen jälkeen anarkolarppaajien Takku.net kertoi verkkosivuillaan anarkistien ottaneen vastuun ”antifasistisesta” iskusta. Teolla oli loppujen lopuksi päinvastainen vaikutus, sillä suuren yleisön silmissä se tuomittiin, konserttia ei peruttu ja radikaaleissa kansallismielisissä se herätti vain entistä uhmakkaampaa vastarintaa. Todennäköisesti Puhdistuksen kappale ”Monoa Antifalle” tulee konkretisoitumaan entistä ärhäkämmin, kunhan sosiaalisen oikeudenmukaisuuden nettisoturit vain erehtyvät sopivalle etäisyydelle.

Anarkomarkojen tihutyön vuoksi vantaalaisravintolan edustalla oli varmuuden vuoksi passissa pari poliisin kaappiautoa. Partiot olivat luultavasti preka-eetujen turvaksi, sillä ravintola oli niin tupaten täynnä, että jos jotkut olisivat yrittäneet kohdistaa sinne jonkinlaista sabotaasia, heistä olisi tehty hakkelusta. Tällaisen iskun ”vaara” oli tietenkin olematon, eikä se käynyt varmaan yhdenkään ravintola-asiakkaan mielessä. Tunnelma olikin koko illan isänmaallisen hyväntuulinen ja väkeä juhli sulassa sovussa molemmista marsseista.

Ensimmäisenä lavalle kapusi Pyhä Kuolema, joka esiintyi jo viime vuonna vastaavassa Sarastuksen järjestämässä konsertissa Helsingissä. Kansallista ja eurooppalaista identiteettiä yksilötasolta hieman viistosti tarkastelevan trubaduurin musiikki oli juuri sopivan harrasta juhlallisen illan alkuun. Minimalistisella mies ja kitara -yhdistelmällä esitetty omintakeinen neofolk soi ämyreistä puhtaasti kuin levyltä, jopa niin, että katsoja ei aina päässyt livetunnelmaan. Tämä korostui erityisesti yleisölle vähemmän tunnetun ensimmäisen albumin Saavun vaikken kulkisi (2011) kappaleissa.

Sen sijaan uudemmat esitykset, varsinkin ”Maamme laulu”, sytytti virolaisen laulujuhlan tunnelman, kun täyteen buukattu Bar Rock Bear yhtyi sen kaikkiin säkeistöihin. Itse en ainakaan muista moista noin lujaa huudatettua yhteislaulua Pyhältä Kuolemalta. Harmi vain, että juuri kun PK alkoi vyöryttää tutuimpia rallejaan ja yleisö lämmetä, artistin oli aika poistua lavalta. Koko iltana yksikään esiintyjä ei vetänyt ylipitkää settiä siitä yksinkertaisesta syystä, että ensimmäinen esiintyjä pääsi aloittamaa vasta pitkälti klo 21 jälkeen.

Seuraavaa esiintyjää Sankar’hautaa ei tarvinnut kauaa odotella lavalle, mutta valitettavasti triona soittanut bändi sai odotella värikkäissä spottivaloissa turhan pitkään, koska tekniikalla oli ongelmia shown aloittaneen taustanahan kanssa, jossa kuultiin presidentti Risto Rytin puhetta. Mutta kun lopulta liikkeelle päästiin, rac-panssarivaunu jyräsi ilman hengähdystaukoja koko puolen tunnin ajan. Melkoinen esitys debyyttikeikan tehneeltä yhtyeeltä!

Veriyhteys-kokoelmalta ja YouTubesta tuttua Sankar’hautaa on usein erehdytty pitämään sota-ajan marssilaulujen cover-bändinä, vaikka todellisuudessa yhtye on sovittanut vanhat klassikot täysin omaan muottiin. Joitain tuttuja sävelkuviota on jätetty kappaleisiin mukaan, mutta muutoin esitykset ovat yhtyeen omaa käsialaa. Lisäksi studioversioihin verrattuna laulu oli livenä paljon moni-ilmeisempää, sillä panssarimörinän ohella vokalisti elävöitti kappaleita puhtaalla lauluäänellään. Kieltämättä vanhat sota-ajan helmet saavat Sankar’haudan käsittelyssä aivan uutta karskia ilmettä, kun ne vedetään metallisen brutaalilla rac-asenteella. Yleisöön äijien konstailemattoman isänmaallinen tulitus upposi hyvin, eikä setin intensiteetti herpaantunut hetkeksikään, kun bändi pani menemään sellaisia 100-vuotiaan Suomen ikiklassikkoja kuten ”Suomi marssii voittoon” ja ”Sillanpään marssilaulu”.

Illan päättänyt Vapaudenristi soitti tavallista tiiviimmin puristetun keikan, sillä aikaa kului vain rapiat 35 minuuttia. Tosin bändin laadukas biisimateriaali ja cover-varasto alkaa olla jo niin mittava, ettei yli tunnin kestävä keikkakaan tunnu puuduttavalta kuten monet muistavat viime syyskuun Helsingin konsertista.

Itsenäisyyden merkkipäivän Vapaudenristi aloitti asiankuuluvasti syviä kansankerroksia koskettavalla kappaleella ”Mun maa”, jota seurasivat tutut huudatuskappaleet kuten ”Soihdut”. Keikan päätti kakkosalbumin yhtenä suosituimpana raitana tunnettu ”Vanhan maailman demonit”, joka on saanut lyyrisen innoituksensa Kai Murroksen esseestä Aave vaeltaa Euroopassa.

Onnistuneesta Suomi 100 -konsertista voi kiittää eniten vasemmistovandalismin kohteeksi joutunutta ravintolaomistaja Veikko Bakkeria, joka ei taipunut suomalaisvastaisen järjestelmän omavaltaisille vahtikoirille. Yleisö kiitti härmäläisjäärää karttuisalla kädellään lahjoittamalla mojovan kasan riihikuivaa keikan aikana kerättyyn kolehtiin.

Itsenäisyyspäivän konsertissa kristallisoitui koko itsenäisyyspäivän henki, jossa suomalaisuus ei ole mielipidekysymys; sitä ei voi valita vaan se valitsee sinut, myös sen suomea puhuvan epäisänmaallisen vasemmistolaisen.

Arvio: RL

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