With apologies to Greg Kay and to our listeners, this is now the correct recording....
Greg Kay and The Third Revolution
This evening we are going to have a conversation with a good friend, Gregory Kay, which we actually first discussed having at least three years ago, before we shared the common experience of Hurricane Michael. Coming from West Virginia, Greg moved to Panama City Beach, where we had gotten to know him personally only a short time before that hurricane had disrupted both of our lives. However we probably knew him from Social Media and from our common membership in the League of the South for at least a couple of years before we actually met in person.
Greg is a long-time Southern Nationalist, he has been involved with the League of the South as well as with other Nationalist causes, such as the Southern National Congress, and he has also written a series of novels which portray our common struggle through fictional but realistic characters who prevailed through incredible but plausible circumstances. The books are not really new, as the series was published between 2004 and 2011, but they are as fresh as new to anyone who has not yet read any of them. That much I know, because I just read most of the first book in the series over the last 24 hours. [The only archaic technology that stood out was the mention of cameras which still used tape.]
The character development in the first book is quite good, and the reader can actually become fond of them, or fond of despising them, quite easily. Not all of the goats in the story have Jewish names, but a sufficient number of them do. The main protagonists are unwitting “normies”, as we would call them, who are forced into flight, and then into the fight, by the wicked deeds of their own superiors, and who are both rescued and recruited by men who waited decades for the opportunity with which the story presents them.
See Greg's author's page at Amazon.com