Red Ice interview with Greg Johnson

Like any white-advocate, I get discouraged sometimes from all the hate and censorship thrown our way. The cheerful and upbeat Red Ice people (Henrik Palmgren and Lana Lokteff) always provide a boost of morale.

Even though this is old news, I only recently watched it, and it seemed like a good idea to share it here.

In a nutshell, what happened was that Greg Johnson (editor of Counter Currents and the author of several books) had attended the Scandza conference in Norway, and was promptly arrested and imprisoned. They tried to deport him as well. You can read Johnson’s account of what happened here.

There’s a special place, in the Pantheon of heroes, for those who get imprisoned as they fight for their people. It’s a sort of martyrdom that you (hopefully) survive to tell about. Mr. Johnson should wear this honor as a badge of pride.

Since Red Ice has been banned from YouTube – even though they had no strikes against them – BitChute is a good place to find their videos. This interview is a bit long, but well worth watching. Here’s the link (I don’t think it’s possible to embed BitChute videos in WordPress):


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