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Direct BitChute Link Direct YouTube Link *Red Ice channel was deleted by YouTube on Oct 17, 2019. I am very pleased to announce that I have a new feature on Red Ice, illuminating our European spirit by connecting past stories and traditions with the present, righting the wrongs of the current mainstream’s disastrous programming. This is the first installment and marks the … Continue reading Ancient European Tale Debunks Anti-White Narrative | The Great Order for Red Ice Ep. 1
Watch the embedded video below. Direct BitChute Link Direct YouTube Link This is meant to be watched, till the end, believe it or not. Continue reading Spend Your Opportunity Costs into a Renaissance
Watch the embedded video below. ~ We’re having fun out here. The first in a new venture: comedic skits wrecking mainstream trends, narratives, and assumptions. Take the regime’s ridiculousness and throw that back in its face. I’ve been wanting to create culture jamming material for some time. We need to be on the offensive about these things. — Featuring Philosophicat & Jared George Written … Continue reading The Last Blonde | Skit
Watch the embedded video below. Direct BitChute Link First video from Jared after his first YouTube channel was deleted. *Act, of course, in a sensible, positive, non-violent way. Continue reading The Call
Direct YouTube Link BitChute Backup An incantation to mark the spring season of 2019, to celebrate and revivify the men and women of the West. Written by Jared George (The Great Order) and recited by Jared and Jason Köhne (No White Guilt) Background Music: “Nimrod,” by Edward Elgar Text: It is spring The unconquerable sun returns This time, the equinox with light and … Continue reading Spring Incantation: The Western Sunrise
Watch the embedded video below. Works on most browsers. Direct BitChute Link A story I’ve told on several shows that always hits people…it needed to be its own video, so here it is. Continue reading Indian vs. White Weddings: An Ethno-Cultural Allegory