It's been a long week, folks. Following the #BlackLivesMatter assassinations of white police officers in Dallas last week, and Hillary Clinton getting away with numerous felonies, we get to roll into this weekend with yet another mass casualty event in Europe committed by non-white Muslims.
The last two episodes of the AM Grey Podcast have been about keeping proper perspective and not taking responsibility for the woes of the world. Taking a cue from that, before we march on to discussing our duties as God's 21st century shock troops in upcoming episodes, it's time to catch our breath, relax, and open our souls to some inspiring, comforting lyrics that speak to our deep longings as pro-white Christians defending and enjoying our millennia-old lifestyle and identity. Take pride in the depth of your culture and take comfort in the reality of your God.
Also, be sure to check out "Concerned Presbyterians,"
a new pro-white, Christian podcast hosted by Nathanael Strickland of FaithandHeritage.com, and gentleman extraordinaire Scott Terry!
Special thanks to the crew at TRS' The Fatherland for their support of this program, and welcome to all new listeners! We're glad to have you here.
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Link: Concerned Presbyterians podcast #1
Link: Cambria Will Not Yield
Link: The Fatherland Podcast
Link: "The Beginnings" by Rudyard Kipling
Link: "Evolutionary Hymn" by C.S. Lewis
Link: "The Village Blacksmith" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Link: "The Rainy Day" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Link: "Keepsake Mill" by Robert Louis Stevenson
Link: "You Looked So Tempting in the Pew" by Robert Louis Stevenson
Link: "If" by Rudyard Kipling
Link: A Kinist Commentary on the Ten Commandments at FaithandHeritage.com
Link: John 16:33