If you've ever perused the Media section of our blog, you'll find a link to Radio Free Mississippi, the home of the straight shooting Mr. Jim Giles. Jim is the genuine article, a true son of the South. He doesn't sugar coat anything and seeks only the truth wherever it can be found.
Mr. Giles has been on a interviewing spree lately, and he has some good interviews posted up on his site. We'll put up two of them that might be of interest to readers here at Access St. Louis that contrasts each other quite nicely.
The first one is with Glen Miller, Former Head of the White Patriot Party, at one time the largest Pro-White organization in the country. I realize there is a lot of controversy surrounding Miller due to his association with the Order and the aftermath, but I think our vistors should at least listen to this interesting interview. I have to tell you, listening to two southern boys discuss the issues brings back memories of home.
The interview is here in Mp3 or Windows Media, whichever suits your fancy.
The second interview is with Arthur Kemp, currently a spokesman for the BNP in the UK. Mr. Kemp you might recall, penned the book March of the Titans, The history of the White Race. It's an interesting book to say the least, and we'll be adding it to our list of recommended reading.
In this interview, which can be found here in Mp3 or here in Windows Media, Mr. Kemp argues, correctly, that the movement struggle is hamstrung by the costumed Nazis who think it's still 1933 or the White boys in the Hoods who still think it's 1868. What I disagree with Mr. Kemp on is how to obtain political power in North America.
Mr. Kemp makes some strawmen arguments that this isn't 1776 and we aren't going to run down from the hills and our farmhouses and take on the Great Satan. Of course not. In the 21st Century, it's all about Asymmetrical 4th Gen Warfare and the War of the flea. It's all about destablization of the current regime and it's hold on power in North America. Anyone that would take on the military forces of the greatest police state since Stalinist Russia isn't really thinking outside the envelope. Look, if there is any chance of gaining power through the political process, we should do it. I believe Revolution is a multi-faceted approach. No one tactic will work, but taken together, it can be a winning strategy.
Mr. Kemp's proposals on the other hand, are tactically deficient. I suppose Mr. Kemp's arguments are valid in the UK, where guns and ammo are non-existent and the police state is even greater than here in America, but when you don't have any other recourse, Ghost Dancing with the political system makes sense. To me however, that's all it is; Ghost Dancing. The last shrill before the final retreat. But I digress.
Regardless, Mr. Kemp is a good speaker, as we see here:
We hope you'll visit Jim's site which is located under our Media section and check out more of Jim's interviews.