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Category Archives: Music
The sudden closing of Santos Party House immediately after it hosted the second day of the pro-Nazi, “Rock Against Communism” 2016 Oi Fest has been the focus of a media onslaught. Santos manager Sean Kane told DNAinfo that, in principle … Continue reading
The second day of the pro-Nazi, “Rock Against Communism” Oi Fest will be held at Santos Party House — where it was also held last year. CONTACT THEM AND TELL THEM TO CANCEL THE SHOW! WE WILL LAUNCH A FULL … Continue reading
via Its Going Down Fascist bands’ Van Wrecked in Philly April 3, 2016 On Wednesday, March 30, the neofolk music tour “Operation Equinox 2016,” sponsored by extreme right blog Heathen Harvest, held its Philly show date. Held at a small … Continue reading
In March, Of the Wand and the Moon, Die Weisse Rose, and Hitler Youth cosplayers Blood and Sun, among others, will be going on a tour sponsored by Heathen Harvest — a webzine organized by racial separatists. While idiotic promoters are … Continue reading
Crypto-fascists and pro-White separatists are entering and recruiting from progressive circles. This essay offers some guidelines for identifying and dealing with this problem. In the not-so-distant past, one had little problem identifying a White separatist. Generally, they came in two … Continue reading
Anti-fascist history time: a story about punk rock, Rock Against Racism, the National Front, and the Anti-Nazi League in 1970s Britain. ‘See Them Ah Come, But We Nah Run’ – A view from the ground of campaigning against the National Front … Continue reading