Monday, November 22, 2004

It's got a good beat, but you can't dance to it.

I hate jerks, all kind of jerks either if they are from the left, and there are a hell of alot of them over there, or if its a home grown jerk like this one from MSNBC.

Byron Calvert, 33, leans back in his chair, smiling and snacking on veggies. Calvert is a mountainous man with a swastika tattoo, a prison record and a racist dream. He runs Panzerfaust Records, a five-year-old company that has quickly become one of the top "white power" record labels in the country.

The white-power movement is looking for young people like Tom Lindstrom, a 22-year-old tile layer from West St. Paul. He first heard the furious music three years ago, and it made him glow. He realized there were angry kids like him—angry at blacks, Jews, homosexuals, immigrants. "There's a general plague of anti-whiteness going on in this country," he says. "When I heard the white-power rock, I thought, 'Right on!' "
Hear an angry white band that's not Eminem.

Read MSNBC's "Play that funky music white boy"


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