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Bob Pacquin BS: Celtic/White Supremicist Connections? (53* d) BS: Celtic/White Supremicist Connections? 21 May 04

There has been some talk about the racist implications of the "Celtic" revival movement--Old Bob thought that it was just abstract, speculative, "do you realize what the logical extension of what you are saying?" talk of the sort that doesn't really mean much of anything--then Old Bob stumbled across this message thread while he was trying to find an good recipe for white bread--Needless to say, it shook me to from my keppie to my tootsies--

Specially disturbing was that Old Bob has been to this event a few times,and raised a few with goatskin squeezing, kilt-wearing friends--and never suspected a thing--Are these folks really out there?

Stormfront White Nationalist Community
>Celtic Fest in PA--- Reminder

>This is a reminder that the Celtic Classics in Bethlehem, PA are this >WEEKEND! I will be in attendance on sunday. I urge anyone around the >area to come!


>Many white racialists and nationalists and whites of every other name that we might call ourselves will be there. This is a great oppty. to meet like minded people, not to mention people we have been chating with, but have no face to go with the names..

>Any one up to it?

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