Wednesday, 20 September 2017


World Wide Web?

The biggest internet social sites are - as we all know - run by the enemies of our volk. Facebook, Google, Twitter, Youtube, even blogspot who host these blogs, are using their monopolies to control the news and opinions of young minds. This has become openly obvious with Youtube, who are demonetising 'right wing' videos, removing subscribers from nationalist channels etc.  watch here and here for more info on this.

So what can we do to make it safer for us online? Well there are a number of alternatives we should think about using. Companies who do not track us online, or encrypt our texts and emails. 

Here are some alternatives to the (((mainstream))) social media providers. 

In regards to facebook - unless you have a business which would suffer from not being on there - simply do not use it. Avoid facebook  at all costs. Fb is openly anti-white.

Qwant is an alternative to the google search engine. Qwant does not track you,   and does not store tracking cookies.

Email - Protonmail is a European email service based in Switzerland. Emails sent via Protonmail are encrypted.

It is also an idea to install ad blocking software and pop up blockers. Whilst they don't protect your privacy online, they do help stop revenues being made by the giant monopolies. You'll find using the internet is faster as well.  Adblock and Adblockplus can be found online and installed depending on your browser type. adnauseam can also be installed, which creates fake clicks on the adverts. This caused google to have to compensate advertisers for fake traffic - thus adnauseam was banned on chrome by google but can be used on other servers. 

Internet web servers - Brave is an open source browser which is not in the pockets of the monopolies.

This video by Black Pigeon Speaks covers everything mentioned here and more - and is highly recommend.

Wednesday, 6 September 2017



Raise the flag of solid black
to keep the memory alive
Of black clad legions
who fought and died for our folk in '45
Black is the colour of mourming for the martyrs of Vinland too
Matthew and Kirk and Singer and Rockwell and Kahl stood true
Raise the flag of destiny
as black as the wing of a raven
And change it not nor raise another
'til we have a folkish haven
Raise the flag of destiny
the flag of destiny

Black is the colour of midnight which
the tyrant shall learn to dread
As we honour fallen martyrs with steal and fire and lead
The ancient Aryan Symbol is also drawn in black
so underneath that colour
we will take our Nations back
Raise the flag of destiny
as black as the wing of a raven
And change it not nor raise another
'til we have a folkish haven
Raise the flag of destiny

And when we have that land of our own
then on that holy ground
we'll plant our flag of raven black
upon a scared mound
Raise the flag of destiny
as black as the wing of a raven
And change it not nor raise another
'til we have a folkish haven
Raise the flag of destiny
Raise the flag of destiny
as black as the wing of a raven
And change it not nor raise another
'til we have a folkish haven
Raise the flag of destiny

 original by David Lane
lyrics adapted by Saga.

with thanks also to PM1

Sunday, 3 September 2017


Some of you may find the linked website here of interest.
If you have time please take a look.

from their introduction page -

As far as the overall philosophy you are going to find here, I draw off a synthesis of Hermeticism, Esoteric Christianity, Völkisch-Paganism, Twelve-Step, and Jungian psychology, with a socio-political ideology that could be described as National-anarchism with a belief in the striving of all people towards a natural aristocracy and the “Desirable Dominion” spoke of in Zoroastrianism.

Friday, 1 September 2017

Just a quick post - after reading Wulf's article here on calc, and being reminded of my own post here, again on the subject of calc, I thought I'd have a look at the etymology of the word. 

In the Anglo-Saxon runes, we do indeed have the calc rune. The old English word was 'cealc' however the root is not Germanic - it is borrowed from the Latin. Common Germanic words for chalk centre around the root 'lim' which gives us lime, limestone etc.

To find the root of the word chalk, we have to go back to the Proto Indo-European. The word is still used today in India - the city of Calcutta for example takes the name from the root Calc  - but it is not named after Kalki, but the Dark Goddess Kali. What is interesting is that Kali is also called Kāla - which is rooted in Kal (calc) but means 'Black'. The balance of light and dark!