Patriotic , don't you mean bunch of skinheaded talentless wasters ?
Brotherhood28 exists beneath the umbrella of the world famous Blood & Honour movement. For many years our movement was ripped to its heart by others who simply used its name for personal & profitable gain. Many words have been spoken and many actions taken but still our movement rolls on and gathers pace in a world so depraved of moral & social injustice.
Brotherhood28 operates in many different ways but our goal, a vision of our martyred leader Ian Stuart Donaldson, is to promote white unity and promote our ideals through music, text and image. Our ultimate goal is to open our music to the masses and break down the machinery which promotes drugs, homosexuality, race mixing and a hive of other immoral preaching's which daily turns the social climate further away from a healthy society.
Brotherhood28 does not stand on fear of upset. Our goals are simple. To explode the word of National Socialism into the minds of the manipulated sheep who for years have blindly walked the earth not knowing any better.
sorry, weak pathetic attempt to polerise my post there, 'ergo i must listen to rap'??? na, cant stand the shite.
FYI i listen to bands like cock sparrar and was wearing Docs with red laces and going to demos supporting mates like the AFA 25 years ago.
Punk rebelled against the socialist establishment for a while actually but that's a story that wasn't popularied by state TV hence your selective knowledge of the facts. These are good songs after a few listens, I just ignore any nazi bollocks which doesn't feature in more than one or two songs anyway.
If you don't like it don't whine to me put your trendy lefty CD's on and read another thread.
Let me start off by saying that I believe there was no link between punk and nazi ideology. Let me also say that I am coming at this from a London angle. I also said let the music do the talking but I think its an issue worth mentioning.
The evidence for saying there was is all pretty circumstantial. Without a doubt the swastika and nazi regalia was a commonly used symbol as fashion accessory among punks and band members in the early days. Malcolm Mclaren sold replica nazi regalia in his shop. The destroy tshirt designed by Vivien Westwood and Mclaren had as its background a large swastika. In the film Rock 'N'Roll Swindle Sid vicious is regularly seen wearing a swastika tshirt and for some reason a pair of briefs with one on. Siouxsie was (in)famous for her nazi look often wearing swastika armbands and regalia playing with nazi imagery and other members of punk bands like Captain Sensible and Johnny Rotten wore nazi gear . Add to this the use of nazi symbols by punks /punkettes.
When people wore swastikas, I think that was more to shock than because of any racist overtone. The time when Sid Vicious went around a Jewish area in France wearing a swastika t-shirt, just to shock and outrage all the people there, I though that was going beyond whatever line you should'nt go beyond
What are you whining about now trendy people like you never listen to music like this anyway unless you wear headphones so your mum can't hear. With song titles like 'We Don't Pose', 'Tales Of Glory' and 'Rock Against The Commies' it would be too much for your trendy sensibilities to take, your PeCee alarm bells would sound "arrgh I'm out of fashion arrgh".