|June 26th, 2006||#1|
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Aryan Matters Returns!
Aryan Matters has returned to VNNB with host, James Hawthorne and his guest host, Geoff Beck of VNNB's, 'The Truth Is No Defense'.
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James will be featuring a different guest host with each new Aryan Matters program so stay tuned!
|June 26th, 2006||#2|
Join Date: Nov 2005
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Aryan Matters #9 News Stories 6/26/06
Norway - Latest Poll: Progress Party and Labor neck and neck:
Afghan hijackers win asylum in Great Britain:
Italians vote on whether to break up the country:
Michael Gerson, Bush's favorite speechwriter steps down:
The White Dragon Flag of the English
The years around 450 AD witnessed the landing, in what was then Celtic
Britain, of the first Anglo-Saxon war bands who were to go on and lay the
foundation stones of what was to become the English Nation. Two of these
warrior traders, Hengest and Horsa, together with their Saxon, Angle and
Jutish followers are traditionally regarded as the founders of England. From
the coast they gradually pushed inland up the rivers with small squadrons of
ships whose crews became the founders of new communities as they advanced
from East to West through Celtic Britain.During the next four centuries, the
Saxon, Angle and Juttish settlers together with the northern Vikings, would
become known collectively as the English. History records that the White
Dragon was their emblem.
Various accounts of the times record many battles between armies carrying
the Celtic British Red Dragon Banner (now the Welsh Dragon) and the white
dragon flag of the early English. Legend has it that the defeat of their
Celtic enemies by the early English was foretold in a prophecy. It goes that
in an underground lake slept two dragons. The Britons were represented by a
red dragon and the English by a white dragon. When they awoke they started
fighting and the red dragon was overcome by the white one, symbolically
representing the victory of the Anglo-Saxons over their Celtic adversaries.
The White Dragon was the emblem of Wessex, the territory of the West Saxons.
It is the banner under which King Alfred the Great defeated the great Viking
Army at the Battle of Edington and it was the banner carried by the mighty
King Athelstan when he smashed the combined armies of the Scots, Welsh,
Norse and Irish at the Battle of Brananburgh in 937. The Dragon was flown by
Harold II, when he destroyed the Norse army at the Battle of Stamford Bridge
in 1066 and it was the banner under which he and his warriors fought to the
death, three weeks later protecting their homeland from invasion. The White
Dragon flag of the English is shown on the battle scene of the tapestry sewn
by Englishwomen to commemorate the battle. It is also seen displayed on the
same tapestry featuring a scene at Westminster Abbey during the crowning
ceremony for the usurper, William the Bastard.
Moves are now under way to once again raise the White Dragon flag, not as
the flag of England, but as the flag of the ethnic-English community within
England. We need to see our banner flown as a signal to everyone else that
although we may well have been forgotten about by our beloved leaders we
most certainly have not gone away and we are once again finding our voice.
In a world with few certainties this flag tells us who we are and from where
we have come. It imparts a sense of permanence and continuity. It is a
symbol of our identity, our common history, tradition and of the kinship of
all the Anglo-Saxon people. It is also a stark reminder that in
multi-cultural England unless we embrace these things then we will surely
|June 27th, 2006||#3|
Join Date: Jun 2006
A real good show.
I was a bit concerned about Geoff being the co-host. Although I always listen to his show I find him sometimes a little dry and too preachy. Didn't think he'd be a good choice for conversational show.
I was wrong, he did a great job and partnered well with James.
James was terrific as always. I did miss, however, his 'call to arms' address he would close 'The Hawthorne Reports' with.
This was a great return for 'Aryan Matters' and I can only hope that the future shows will released quickly and regularly.
|June 27th, 2006||#4|
Join Date: Nov 2005
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