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Footage of racially motivated serial killer Joseph Paul Franklin shortly after his arrest in 1980. Franklin (born James Clayton Vaughn Jr.) went on a three year murder spree across America, targeting Jews, African Americans and interracial couples. In 1978, he attempted to murder Hustler publisher Larry Flynt. He made the decision when he saw photographs depicting an interracial couple in a Hustler magazin. The attack left Flynt paralyzed from the waist down. Franklin also confessed to shooting civil rights activist Vernon Jordan Jr. in 1980 after he had seen him interacting with a white woman. He was officially convicted of eight murders but reportedly confessed to more. In 1997, Franklin was sentenced to death for his crimes. He was executed by lethal injection on November 20, 2013. Before his execution, Franklin claimed to have changed his views. In his last interview, Franklin told the interviewer that he had contact to many inmates of different race, adding “I saw they were people just like us.”


Frazier Glenn Miller Jr. is the former leader of the North Carolina White Patriot Party/Carolina Knights of the Ku Klux Klan (now defunct).  He never finished High School, instead he joined the Army and served 20 years and reached the rank of master sergeant.  His political beliefs were taught to him by his father who gave him a copy of The Thunderbolt, published by Dr. Edward Fields.  Him distributing racist propaganda caused him to be discharged from the Army.
He was arrested multiple times in the 80′s and released his book A White Man Speaks Out in 1999.
Ironically enough, Miller was caught and arrested for engaging in sexual acts with a black male prostitute who was a cross-dresser.  No charges were actually pressed due to Miller being an FBI informant at the time.  He was essentially regarded as a traitor and a joke after this took place.
He more or less disappeared but was extremely active on the website Vanguard News Network (an anti-Semitic, white nationalist website).  He was almost obsessed and constantly spoke of Joseph Paul Franklin, a racist spree killer who was executed.  Miller felt that Franklin was his closest friend, and although he lived in the same state he never visited him.  His excuse was that he had severe health problems.  He constantly posted about Joseph Paul Franklin on the Vanguard News Network, it seemed that everything pretty much revolved around Franklin to him.
Shortly after Joseph Paul Franklin was executed, Miller decided to take lives.  It’s almost as if once Franklin was gone, he didn’t know what to do with himself.  His health was declining and he felt he was going to die soon.  He killed 3 people outside of a Jewish Community Center in Kansas.  Turns out that none of the 3 people he killed were actually Jewish, but all white Christians. He seemed to want some kind of notoriety for his crimes. He received the exact opposite.
He represented himself during the trial and was sentenced to death.  He now resides in the same prison as serial killer Dennis Rader, also known as BTK.  Miller was wrong about his health as he’s still alive and is now 76 years old.

“In all the years since the shooting, I have never come face-to-face with Franklin. I would love an hour in a room with him and a pair of wire-cutters and pliers, so I could inflict the same damage on him that he inflicted on me. But, I do not want to kill him, nor do I want to see him die. In 18th century England, pickpocketing was a capital offense. Once a week, crowds would gather in a public square to observe public hangings of convicted pickpockets, unaware that their own pockets were being emptied by thieves moving among them. That’s a true story, and, if you’re ever trying to convince somebody of why the death penalty is not a deterrent, that’s a good example. ” - Larry Flynt

On March 6, 1978, during a legal battle related to obscenity, Flynt and his local lawyer were returning to the courthouse when they were shot on the sidewalk by a sniper (Joseph Franklin, who later was arrested and charged with several murders) standing near an alley across the street. The shooting left Flynt partially paralyzed with permanent spinal cord damage, and in need of a wheelchair.

Many people have been asking me, “Why are you a Nationalist?” Let’s Find out...

What makes us Nationalists is the idea that our country and her people are more important than just selling it out for money or profit for globalism. Nationalism itself as the definition says:   

Nationalism is a complex, multidimensional concept involving a shared communal identification with one’s nation. It is a political ideology oriented towards gaining and maintaining self-governance, or full sovereignty, over a territory of historical significance to the group (such as its homeland). Nationalism therefore holds that a nation should govern itself, free from unwanted outside interference, and is linked to the concept of self-determination. Nationalism is further oriented towards developing and maintaining a national identity based on shared characteristics such as culture, language, race, religion, political goals and/or a belief in a common ancestry.[1][2] Nationalism therefore seeks to preserve the nation’s culture. It often also involves a sense of pride in the nation’s achievements, and is closely linked to the concept of patriotism. In these terms, nationalism can be positive or negative.

So what makes myself a Nationalist in Particular? For the sake of my country, family, and its inheritance to the country and her people. Nationalism however has nothing to do with hatred towards other countries, like Canada, Germany, Britain, France, Mexico, Russia, everyone one of those countries would have a strong sense of Nationalism and Patriotism, that is what makes us Nationalists for the sake of our own people and national sovereignty and independence.

Sure the Nazis where nationalists as well during WWII, but don’t forget that FDR, Churchill, and Stalin were also Nationalists during the time of War.

We as Nationalists have a desire to fight for the interests of our sovereign nation and for its people in that Nation rather than global or one world interests which could lead to globalist tyranny. The bad thing about globalism is that the idea is that every country should open its borders to all nations rather than defending it, like a house being left open wide for strangers to come.

There is nothing wrong at all to be a Nationalist, it’s just someone like Hitler or Stalin could end up using it the wrong way just for world domination or globalist interest which could lead to destruction upon other nations. My point is to acknowledge that nationalism is not as bad as it seems to be, but globalism is a bad thing in particular, just as bad as Communism, Fascism, or Nazism, or any forms of tyrannical regimes.

I as an American Nationalist would fight for the interests of and for the American people and put my own country first and defend our borders rather than fight for another country’s civil wars like in Syria. I will also want to put my countrymen first as well because our forefathers fought and died to preserve this land from globalist affairs, same with my great grandfathers, grandfathers, and our fathers, and any other generations who would love to defend this country as much as I do. That is what makes myself a Nationalist, and I am proud to be one, just as I am proud to be An American!

That’s all I wanted to say. In other words…

Semper Fi!

Originally posted by usahellyeah


WW2 leaders during ww1 

(From left to right)

Winston Churchill - This Liberal mp for dundee was already a larger than life figure in British Politics, Winston Churchill was first lord of the admiralty and was in charge of the British royal navy during the war. He was one of the engineers of the disastrous gallipoli campaign and the dardenelles,Which cost 100′s of thousands of lives, he was removed from the government in 1915 and went to fight on the western front commanding the 6th royal scots fusiliers, he returned to parliament and switched to the tory party, churchill would go on to become leader of the party and Britains most admired prime minister

Benito Mussolini - Leading italian socialist to staunch fascist, this young italian journalist would initially be opposed to the war but would later write articles that could be classed as anti german. Mussolini was drafted to the front in May 1915 and served in the 11th regiment of the Bersaglieri. He would be promoted to corporal for “merit in war” and would return home after a grenade exploded accidentally in his trench. Mussolini would go on to become an infamous dictator and a member of the Axis powers.

Adolf Hitler - Probably classed among the general western public as the most evil soul in history, this austrian national would join up to avoid joining the Austro hungarian army as the “mixture of races” frightened him. Hitler would instead enlist in the german army as part of the 16th Bavarian reserve regiment. He would recieve an iron cross 2nd class and an iron cross first class for bravery, in the final year of the war he was blinded in a gas attack and spent the final months of ww1 in a field hospital. Hitler would go on to say his time serving on the front was “the best time of his life”.

Harry S. Truman - Harry S. Truman dreamed of attending west point and becoming an officer but was refused due to his poor eyesight. Instead he enlisted in the Missouri army national guard and when world war one broke out he was elected to 1st lieutenant He was posted to france with the american expeditionary force and given command of the Battery D, 129th field artillery. Battery D did not lose a single man under trumans commander. When truman was discharged from the army in 1919 he ventured into politics and would eventually lead America during the final months of ww2 as 33rd president of the united states. 

Franklin D. Roosevelt - The 32nd president of the United states spent world war 1 in washington as assisant secretary of the navy under president Woodrow Wilson. An advocate of submarine warfare. Wilson was given control of demobilisation at the end of the war. 

Charles de gaulle - Pictured here with his brothers (Far left) he Graduated 13th out of 230 of his Military class, De Gaulle joined the 33rd French infantry regiment as a junior officer. When war broke out in 1914 De Gaulle was wounded at the battle of Dinant, he returned to fight at the battle of the Marne only to realise his former comrades where dead. He was made a platoon commander and became resentful of the outdaded french battle tactics. De gaulle suffered numerous casualties at the front and was captured at Verdun in 1916. De Gaulle would make 5 unsuccessful escape attempts. But was returned to france at the end of the war to be reunited with his brothers who had all survived. This bold junior officer would later become leader of the french resistance and president of France.

Joseph Stalin - Joseph Stalin was drafted into the russian imperial army but was declared unfit for service due to his damaged left arm. He returned to Petrograd and became editor of Pravda, the communist party’s offical newspaper. Stalin would then be chosen as a member of the Politubro which would kickstart his rise to power and lead to him becoming leader of the soviet union after Vladmir lenins death. 

This Day in Black History...

February 1, 1960

On February 1, 1960, four African American college students, Ezell A. Blair, Jr. (now Jibreel Khazan), Franklin E. McCain, Joseph A. McNeil, and David L. Richmond, sat down at a lunch counter at Woolworth’s in Greensboro, North Carolina, and politely asked for service. Their request was refused. When asked to leave, they remained in their seats. Their passive resistance and peaceful sit-down demand helped ignite a youth-led movement to challenge racial inequality throughout the South.

In Greensboro, hundreds of students, civil rights organizations, churches, and members of the community joined in a six-month-long protest. Their commitment ultimately led to the desegregation of the F. W. Woolworth lunch counter on July 25, 1960.


Serial killer Joseph Paul Franklin being escorted outside of a Salt Lake City, Utah courthouse in late 1980. He was charged there federally on civil rights violations and by the state for the double murder of David Martin and Ted Fields and received two life sentences. Other convictions followed, including one in Missouri that gave him a death sentence, which was carried out on November 20, 2013.


11.22.14 Snowpants at UCB Franklin. It’s been months since the last Snowpants (and it will be months until the next one) but this edition was a doozy. I am delighted that I correctly predicted that Joseph Gordon-Levitt would be a guest improviser, judging from his recent collaborations with Ben Schwartz. But I was also happy to see frequent UCB attendee Breckin Meyer as the second guest improviser.

In addition to Schwartz, the regular improvisers were Horatio Sanz, Thomas Middleditch, and the man with the best comedic timing on the planet, Zach Woods. Both guests dove in headfirst and made it a really fun show to watch.