Early Articles

Blood, Sweat and Soil

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2011-11-08 15:13

by Carolyn Yeager, April 2007

copyright Carolyn Yeager 2007






Top: Flowers and herbs at my garden's edge. Bottom: Me and my harvest.



Early Articles

Women and National Socialism

Published by admin on Mon, 2011-11-07 00:48

by Carolyn Yeager, May 2007

copyright Carolyn Yeager 2007

Our modern, consumerist society has cleverly given the impression that National Socialism is antithetical to the interests of women. Women who have bought into the feminist beliefs that their freedom, their equal opportunity and their salary must be their first considerations, will look upon those who say a woman’s highest and finest role is that of wife and mother with suspicion – or even more likely (and sadly), downright revulsion. Haven’t we come a long way, baby … from that?!

White women choosing not to have children is now commonplace. Often the stated reason is “I don’t want to bring more children into such an unstable (or unpleasant, or overcrowded) world.” Or, “I’m not ready; I want to enjoy myself, or establish myself in a career first.” Is this really what Aryan women want … to cease reproducing their own kind until their own kind ceases to exist? 

Hitler and Women

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2011-11-05 01:56

by Carolyn Yeager, June 2007

copyright Carolyn Yeager 2007

A New York Times journalist wrote in 1932 that: “Women have been among the strongest pillars of Hitlerism from its very inception … At Nazi meetings the proportion of women in attendance is surprisingly large. Hitler has a fascination for Germany’s weaker sex …”

White Warrior Woman: A State of Mind

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2011-11-04 16:18

by Carolyn Yeager, July 2007

copyright Carolyn Yeager 2007


We hear, read and speak much about the male warrior, and rightly so, as every people who seek to be independent and free has need of them. We know there have been female warriors too, sprinkled here and there throughout history. We call to mind the famous Amazon women of Greece; the warrior queen Vishpala of the iron leg, mentioned in the Rigveda; the helmeted Gordafarid of the Iranian Shahnameh (pictured); the Shield Maidens and Valkyries of Norse mythology. 

The Importance of Choosing Your Mate

Published by admin on Thu, 2011-11-03 01:01

by Carolyn Yeager, August 2007

copyright Carolyn Yeager 2007

How we go about choosing the right mate with which to produce offspring - the future of our race - is a matter far too important to leave to a young woman’s fear, ‘feelings’, or fantasy. Once again, we point to popular culture and media as the culprits teaching girls that ‘love’ and ‘falling in love’ will inevitably just ‘happen’ and when it does, it will be right for them to be swept along in its wake. If you have children, give them this article to read, or if they’re too young to understand it alone, read it to them yourself. It’s never too early to introduce our youth to racial sexual values.

Taking a Wrong Turn: The Death of Jesse Davis

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2011-11-02 16:06

by Carolyn Yeager, September 2007
copyright Carolyn Yeager 2007

Jesse Davis, a white woman with a 2-year-old mulatto child and 9 months pregnant with another, was murdered on June 14, her body dumped in a wooded area miles from her home. Her black boyfriend, Bobby Cutts, Jr., who fathered her two children, was charged with the crime, along with an obese Negro woman “school friend” of Cutts, Myisha Ferrell, who was working as a dishwasher at the time. Ironically, Cutts was a Canton, Ohio police officer, as well as a married man with two other, older children 

Who’s Afraid of the Big, Bad NSDAP?

Published by admin on Sun, 2011-10-23 01:26

Carolyn Baker (left) and Naomi Wolf

by Carolyn Yeager, September, 2007
copyright Carolyn Yeager 2007

Carolyn Baker is a lesbian, a liberal, and identifies herself as an adjunct professor of history at New Mexico State University. Naomi Wolf is a Jewess and a nationally known writer (The Beauty Myth) who, perhaps because of famous or well-placed relatives, became a “literary star” at a young age. Both are raging feminists and often a little flaky.