In honor of Robert Jay Mathews, Beattie brings you a history lesson on the activities of the Bruder Schweigen. Then Big John goes into some activism by National Front in the UK, the foreign aid of the British government, Canadian Supreme Court, and more
This will be the last episode of the Doom Legion on Radio Wehrwolf for a while. All thanks to Dion for hosting me and putting up with my antics. All thanks to my listeners who followed my show. I apologize for this one being late. I'll be discussing "trad" women in the movement and what a traditional society actually is. Also I will read from my novel, of our Holy city of Augsburg and the Guardian Goddess who dwells there, waiting for a hero to return to her city.
Mark and the WI wolves discuss the 23 & Me scam, the Hollywood problem, loving our people, Tara McCarthy, bit coin, and more
Blake is joined by a Baltic Superstar to discuss the political situation, their brand of activism, the threat of Communism, the European take on Charlottesville and more
Blake is joined by Oscar to discuss the struggle of Whites in Mexico and South America
Dion brings to you a recent show he did with Andrew Carrington Hitchcock on the true history and identity of who was Charles Manson.
Plus Dion debuts his industrial cover of Helter Skelter
John Beattie brings to you his insightful thoughts and opinions on the news of the week.
Dion and Mark are joined by Blake and a few other goys for a must listen edition of the Wolf Pack. They cover the Katie Steinle case, charges brought on our people from Charlottesville, the pros and cons of some of the figure heads in the alt-right, and more
Blake is joined by Hank of Fireforce Ventures. They talk about the vast history of Rhodesia and the unique military apparel and equipment offered by Fireforce Ventures.
In this episode I read some stories from Straya about their migrant woes... then we have some great Max Resist music, and I read a chapter from my novel. I apologize if my voice is a bit subdued; I've been feeling ill for a few days now. Anyway, enjoy Legionnaires.