Dr. David Ernest Duke (born 1 July 1950) is a European American best known as an advocate for the rights of Europeans in the United States and around the world as well as criticisms of Jewish supremacism. Duke has been a prolific author, politician and media personality whose works have reached very large audiences. Consequently he has often been attacked and misrepresented in various ways.
Today: Dr. Duke & Richard Spencer The Whitefish -- The Time to Stand Up and Save Our People and Our World!
Charles Giuliani is a writer and radio host who is best known for his show Truth Hertz on Oracle Broadcasting. Giuliani was previously an Evangelical but during the latter part of the 2000s became an atheist and his show is strongly critical of religion, particularly what he calls "The Jew Book." Giuliani discusses a wide variety of topics including Jewish supremacism, revisionist history, religion and false flags. After Oracle, Giuliani spent some time on Waking America Radio Network, but moved to the Mami's Shit affiliated Outside Radio. In May 2014. He moved to American Nationalist Network, then to Renegade Broadcasting in September 2015.
Today: Charles discusses the process by which saints are created and then goes on to discuss some of the most ridiculous patron saints.
Kyle Hunt received his Bachelor of Arts in psychology and theater,
worked briefly in Silicon Valley, and then became involved in the
alternative media in 2008. Over the years he has covered topics such as
symbolism, mythology, occultism, spirituality, paganism, racial
realities, revisionist history, politics, and anything else that might
pique his interest. Kyle is best known for hosting a popular online
radio show, founding Renegade Broadcasting, and leading the
controversial 2014 White Man March in an effort to raise awareness
concerning the ongoing genocide of European people across the world. In
short, Kyle is a man on a mission.
Year in Review & Fighting for the Future
Kyle does an overview of the shows he did during 2016, then considers
our present circumstances briefly, some of the symbolism of this time of
year, and then looks forward to 2017.