The Commission by Richard Barrett is a phenomenal and gripping read. As its dust jacket states it is “a primer for the American Ideal.” He grabs you from the first page with his riveting and poetic writing and doesn’t let go until the end.
In The Commission you read about his early days as a boy growing up, the home he was born in, the neighborhood he played with friends at, the school he first went to, and the girl he loved but left behind for Army service in Vietnam. Richard was a Patriot who felt the call to fight Communism. You will be saddened about the comrade who died in his arms, touched by the heroism of his exploits, marvel at his wounds and Purple Hearts he received, and maddened by the revolt by “Black Power” blacks in the camp he had to battle besides the NVA.
His time in the military, his return home, his call to politics and creation of The Nationalist Movement is all here. Richard’s autobiography is a true account of not just his life, but is Dream and Mission to awaken White Western Civilization from its slumber. From the jungles to the cities, from work with his hands to his leadership and freedoms he helped write. From his meetings and work with governors to the marches he held and Patriotic speeches he gave, Richard reveals his aspirations like no other.
His views on Life, Labor, Culture, Race, Religion, The Woman, People, Freedom, Education, The Nation, Law, and all that an American, especially a Nationalist must be. With his views of Law and Order to refine and better today’s “justice” system, to the deportation of incompatibles and the eugenics program we must grasp for our racial health and survival.
He exposes Communism and Plutocracy, including Liberalism and Judaism as the parasitic diseases they are. Richard wishes to uplift our blood, our people, from the slums and ghettoes for a better tomorrow. Not only does he call on us to better our bodies and minds, but our souls and unite our Kindred as one unitary organism.
The Commission is for the common man, from the bricklayer to steelworker, from the soldier to the politician, from the sportsman to the Skinhead. This is a book that must be on every statesman’s desk, for it gives inspiration as well as sanity to pull our nation from the quagmire of corruption and hope for a better future.
Richard Barrett calls on each of us to do our duty to better ourselves, our communities, and our country. The Commission is his calling out to us for a New America through Nationalism, the one governing political form for our people to advance our kind and make us all New Americans in a New World.
As many of you know Richard Barrett was brutally murdered and his body was set on fire by a black gang member. But just because he died for the Cause doesn’t mean his Words and his Mission are dead, too. The Nationalist Movement lives on! And his publication All The Way is still printed monthly, still the longest-running Nationalist newspaper and every issue has one of his glorious speeches to honor his name. Also, his noble book, The Commission, hardcover, is sold for just $25 which includes shipping.
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