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Saturday, January 14, 2012

No More Heroes?

In response to the Cultural Marxist Anti-White Haters’ ‘ethnic cleansing’ of our White History, suppression of all serious study of our heroes and rewriting a ‘black armband’ version where all great White achievements are minimised and any negative aspects amplified and enhanced to vilify the White Race, WLT are commencing a new, long term project to list every Great White Man, both Historical and Contemporary, we can find. We call upon all our regular readers and casual visitors alike to submit their suggestions for approval and inclusion in this hall of fame. Be they Authors, Composers, Designers, Explorers, Filmmakers, Industrialists, Inventors, Medical Pioneers, Musicians, Painters, Philosophers, Poets, Saints, Scientists, Soldiers, Statesmen we want them all. We know they are out there, even though our children are either not told about them or are subjected to lies and vilification about them. We have given you are good start, in our humble opinion, with the ones already listed below.

Great White Men…

Johann Sebastian Bach (21st March 1685, O.S. – 28th July 1750) German Composer and Multi-Instrumentalist

Ludwig Van Beethoven (17th December 1770 – 26th March 1827) German Composer and Pianist

Hieronymus Bosch (c. 1450 – 9th August 1516) Dutch Artist

Isambard Kingdom Brunel (9th April 1806 – 15th September 1859) Great British Civil Engineer

Charlemagne (c. 742 – 28th January 814) Frankish Hero who defended Europe against Islam

Christopher Columbus (31st October 1451 – 20th May 1506) Genoese Explorer and Navigator

Captain James Cook (7th November 1728 – 14th February 1779) Cartographer, Explorer, Navigator

Nicolaus Copernicus (19th February 1473 – 24th May 1543) Prussian born Renaissance Astronomer.

King Edward the First aka ‘Longshanks’ (17th June 1239 – 7th July 1307) White Hero who expelled Jews from England

Henry Ford (30th July 1863 – 7th April 1947) American Industrialist and White Patriot who resisted Jewish Supremacist Hegemony

Sir Francis Galton (16th February 1822 – 17th January 1911) Scientist, Geneticist, Inventor. Cousin of Charles Darwin

Adolf Hitler (20th April 1889 – 30th April 1945) Austrian Born Painter, Soldier, Politician and Leader of the German Third Reich

Andrew Jackson (15th March 1767 – 8th June 1845) Seventh President of the United States (1829–1837). Nicknamed ‘Old Hickory’.

Dr. Samuel Johnson (18th September 1709 – 13th December 1784) English Author, Lexicographer, Poet, Essayist, Moralist, Literary Critic, Biographer and Editor

King Leonidas I (died 9th August 480 BC at the Battle of Thermopylae resisting the Persian Mud Horde) Hero king of Sparta, the 17th of the Agiad line.

Charles Martel (23rd August 686 – 22nd October 741) Frankish Hero who defeated the Muslims at the Battle of Tours in 732

Sir Isaac Newton (25th December 1642 – 20th March 1727) Mathematician, Philosopher, Scientist

Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (15th October 1844 – 25th August 1900) German Philosopher, Poet and Composer

George Orwell (Eric Arthur Blair) (25th June 1903 – 21st January 1950) Journalist and Author

Edgar Allan Poe (19th January 1809 – 7th October 1849) American Author and Poet

Enoch Powell (16th June 1912 – 8th February 1998) British Statesman, Classical Scholar, Multi-Linguist, Poet, Soldier, Writer

George Lincoln Rockwell (March 9, 1918 – August 25, 1967) Founded the American Nazi Party. Served his nation from 1941 to 1960 as a Lieutenant Commander Pilot in the U.S. Navy, fighting in both WWII and Korea. William Shakespeare (26th April 1564 - 23rd April 1616) was England’s greatest Poet and Playright

Prince Vlad Țepeș (Vlad III, Prince of Wallachia) (1431–1476) White Hero who dedicated his life to the defence of the Balkans against the Ottoman Turks thereby resisting the Islamic invasion of Europe

Nikola Tesla (10th July 1856 – 7th January 1943) Serbian-American Mechanical and Electrical Engineer and Inventor

Mark Twain (Samuel Langhorne Clemens) (30th November 1835 – 21st April 1910) American Author and Humorist

Richard Wagner (22nd May 1813 –13th February 1883) Classical Composer, Conductor and Theatre Director

Francis Parker Yockey (18th September 1917 – 16th June 1960) ‘Third Positionist’ Political Writer




Addendum:

Alfred the Great (c. 849 – 899) King of the Anglo-Saxons.
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714–1788) German composer, son of J. S. Bach
Joseph Banks (1743–1820) English Naturalist. Well known to Australians.
Johannes Brahms (1833–1897) German composer
Gebhard Leberecht von Blücher, Fürst von Wahlstatt (16th December 1742 – 12th September 1819) The Prussian Hussar General, the true hero of Waterloo and possibly the toughest cavalry commander ever who was still leading cavalry charges well into his Fifties! A giant among Men.
Pieter Bruegel The Elder (1528-1569) Dutch Painter
John Constable (1776-1837) English Painter
Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528) German painter
Georg Friedrich Händel (1685–1759), German composer, opera composer
John Herschel (1792–1871) mathematician and astronomer
William Hogarth (1697-1764) English Painter
Hans Holbein the Elder (c. 1465–1524), painter
Michael Faraday (1791–1867) English Scientist
Hans Holbein The Younger (1497-1543)
Tim Berners - Lee (born 1955) English computer scientist and inventor of the World Wide Web.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–1791), Austrian composer and musician
Horatio Nelson, 1st Viscount Nelson, 1st Duke of Bronté, (29th September 1758 – 21st October 1805) Great British Naval Hero.
Carl Orff (1895–1982), German composer
Johann Pachelbel (1653–1706), German composer
Joseph Priestley (1733–1804), English Chemist
Leni Riefenstahl (1902–2003), German film director
Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640) Flemish Painter
Joseph Mallord William Turner (23rd April 1775 – 19th December 1851) English Painter
Field Marshal Sir Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington (1st May 1769 – 14th September 1852) Great British Military Commander.

8 comments:

Peter Watson said...

Pauline Hanson, Ben Chifley, Gough Whitlam, William Spence, Eva Peron, PW Botha, Ian Smith and many others

Whitelaw Towers said...

All wil be CONSIDERED but, seriously, Gough Whitlam? He was, prior to Rudd and Gillard, the worst Prime Minister leading the worst and most corrupt administration this nation has ever seen. Okay, so he did at least have the aura of a Statesman but his policies and his attitude to Vietnam War Veterans in particular were appalling. Reconsider.

Peter Watson said...

The attitude of the left towards Vietnam vets is unfortunate. They were treated like crap even though most of them had no choice in serving in Vietnam i.e. conscription. Whitlam abolished conscription and took Australia out of America's war. America was pist off with the Whitlam government over that and many other decisions. The Whitlam government was planning to nationalise Australia's mining sector. Unfortunately, instead of trying to borrow money from the usual sources, they got a Pakistani to try and borrow the money from the Middle East. The Whitlam government increased funding for the ABC and arts and culture. He lowered the voting age to 18 mostly because 18 to 20 year olds were considered to be old enough to fight for their country. If you are old enough to fight for your country you are old enough to vote. If the voting age is to be increased to 21, than 18 to 20 years should not be allowed to fight for Australia. The Whitlam government introduced free university education which allowed thousands a chance to go to university, many of them were the first in their families to er have a univesity education. Whitlam was also planning to close down American military and intelligence operations in Australia. Another reason why the yanks wanted him gone. His government helped to improve the status of women in Australia. Free university education helped women alot. Not to mention expanded state health care. Gough Whitlam was the last real Labor Prime Minister ths country ever had. 21st Century Australia needs another Ben Chifley or Whitlam. For the record, multiculturalism didn't really start until the tories allowed 100 thousand gooks into this country. Boat people didn't start unil Fraser was in. One must remember the the Vietnam War was still raging until 1975, the year when the yanks got the tories to oust a democratically elected federal government. Whitlam made a number of mistakes too. East Timor was one of them. Whitlam should have stood up to the Indonesians. The conservatives failed to stand up to the Indonesians when the gooks annexed West New Guinea. Like I've always said, I would rather Labor than the Tories.

WLT NSW said...

Yes, yes, all very fine and well Peter but, you see, I actually lived through it all and was once, being the son of staunch Labour Union Organiser, a ‘true believer’ myself. I even fought with my fellow apprentices on site over the dismissal in November 1975 (I was a first year Plumbing apprentice) and, for a short time the Nation seemed on the brink of Revolution. Few realise today just how bitter the feelings were between labour and management over that period. I even attended Bankstown Civic Centre to see him speak in his election campaign and was less than a metre from him in the forecourt afterwards as he ‘pressed the flesh’. My friend next to me shook his hand but I declined. To this day I don’t know why. I just did. I had a strange feeling and withdrew my extended arm at the last instant. I could claim, in retrospect, that I knew he was a wrong ‘un but that isn’t true. Anyway, I’ll never forget it. The crowd was in a case of absolute hysteria. Those that loved him certainly did so in a big way. A lot of people thought he’d been hard done by but later, as the scandals emerged, I think he lost a lot of respect.

As far as Whitlam goes I have only one further thing to say to you. The United Nations’ so-called ‘Lima Declaration’ of March 1975 is widely acknowledged as the first major step in the implementation of the New World Order’s main agenda of a One World Government, trade ‘agreements’ first, Police State next, and its program of Genetic Levelling, Wealth Redistribution and establishment of a Global Slave State. The Whitlam regime endorsed and ratified the ‘agreement’ (on 27th March 1975) to turn Australians into the White Coolies of ‘Plantation Asia’ and from that moment Australian industry was doomed and the Australian worker (Labour’s almost exclusive supporters) were expected to lower their expectations, their standard of living, their quality of life, as they struggled to compete with Third World filth who lived on a bowl of rice a day and then, when this inevitably failed, the Capitalists exported most of their plant and equipment to these Third World shit holes and, rather than the 10% or so of the first world nations’ industry being sent to assist ‘struggling’ in developing their own manufacturing base, we now see that it’s more like 90% that has gone ‘offshore’. The Common Man, the Worker, has two knives in his broken back, one from his ‘friends’ in the treasonous Labour Movement and his ‘representatives’ in the traitorous Trade Unions and the other from the greedy and equally treasonous Capitalists.

Please, never, ever, mention the ‘worker’s hero’ Whitlam on this site again.

Anonymous said...

How about Rudolf Hess

Peter Watson said...

I still think the Americans got rid of him because his government threatened American and foreign interests.

What is it with foreigners and ousting Labor governments. Chifley, Whitlam and Rudd!

Chifley tried to nationalise the banks, Whitlam tried to nationalise the mining sector and Rudd tried to tax the mining sector.

We need a modern Chifley or John Curtain.

Anonymous said...

How about Charles Darwin, Erik the Red, Lief Erickson, Martin Luther, William Shockley, Robert Noyce, Sir Francis Drake, Ferdinand Magellan, Leonardo Da Vinci, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, Homer, John Hancock, Robert E. Lee, Thomas 'Stonewall' Jackson, Jefferson Davis, Thomas Edison, Alexander Graham Bell, Orvil and Wilber Wright, Charles Lindbergh, Benito Mussolini, David Lloyd George, Geroge S. Patton, Dr. William Pierce, Dr. David Duke, Dr. Kevin Macdonald, Germar Rudolf, Augustus Caesar, Alexander the Great, Achilles, King Arthur, Galileo Galilei, Napoleon, Charles Pinckney, John Adams, James Madison, James Monroe, Nathan Forrest, William McKinley, Alexander Borodin, Fransisco Franco.
The list of Great White Men is endless. Just to list every achievement would take a life-time.
White people, be proud of your race!

peter said...

dutchman Jan Brons developed the vaporising cup injection system for diesel engines in 1900, it was co-developed by Danish-american Rasmus Martin Hvid...enabling smaller engines to be developed. This system was used until the early 1950s. companies using this included Evinrude, and the last was A.H. Macdonald's Imperial super diesel 1954 model.
happy to help with the list...Peter