Issue No. 3 of The White People’s Quarterly features cover art by the issue’s themed historical artist, Pieter Bruegel. Inside, readers will find the written work of Helen Doe, Kay Dee, Anna, Jared George, Hektor Troy, Sean Haughton, Afibjorn, and others, as well as an interview with Ghost Folk musician Hiraeth and a literary throwback masterpiece by Dr. Samuel Johnson, with his famous “Preface to Shakespeare.” Feature pieces by Helen Doe and returning feature headliner Hektor Troy respectively cover the topics of how to maintain a happy marriage and contemporary European travel in hilarious satire. Additional artwork by last-issue cover artist Herrmann Radwulf can be found in the issue as well, along with ads from our sponsors, the White Art Collective, WhiteDate.Net, and KosChertified.
The Fall / Winter 2019 issue of The White People’s Quarterly features cover art by Herrmann Radwulf and centers thematically on poetry, or Poesy, with six contributions from writers J.C. Adams, Luka Calgues, Donald Kent, and Jared George. Featured pieces by Jeff Winston, the KosChertified? Staff, Gene Tester, and Hektor Troy respectively cover the topics of artistic critique, the kosher certification industry, consumer DNA testing, and our collective mythos. Other pieces include a rundown of the recent Last Message to the West video contest organized by Jared George and Lovely Porridge, an interview with musician Jack Hwite by the Mamas and the Pepes, short stories by Mina Therese and Paul Marlais, an excerpt from Josh Neal’s latest book, and a Q&A with the creator of the 10-hour epic documentary Apotheosis of Evil. Additional artwork by Donald Kent and Herrmann Radwulf can be found in the issue as well, along with ads from our sponsors: White Art Collective, Mighty White Soap Co., and WhiteDate.net.
The Summer 2019 issue of The White People’s Quarterly features cover art by Aileen and and writing by Jason Köhne, Jared George, and Mina Therese. Other contributors include Harold L. Byron, Ashley MacAlisdair, Donald Kent, Jim Modoc, the Mamas and the Pepes, New Paradigm Review, Überfolk, Paul Marlais, the Light of Decay, and T.S. Eliot. Also included are ads by the following sponsors: White Art Collective, KosChertified?, Mighty White Soap Co., and WhiteDate.net.
My Mirror Tells a Story is about a white child who struggles to fit in. His family loves him, but he is confused by the hostile, anti-white environment of his school. He feels isolated and lonely. He feels alienated from his non-white classmates. And he cannot understand why his school’s curriculum focuses only on the successes of people who are not like him.
He goes to his parents for guidance, and they share with him how he is the inheritor of a great civilization. They tell him about great thinkers and inventors of the past who were white. Every time he looks in the mirror, he should see that he has many reasons to be proud-of himself, his family, and his people.
Europe & Diaspora is a magazine for peoples of European descent that includes art, essays, short stories, poetry, folk tales, recipes, and more. The creators have assembled a remarkable collection of work for their debut issue, which kicks off a unique and creative project all are certain to enjoy and find greater meaning in. The debut 2020 Yule issue explores the nature of our shared heritage, reconnects us with our roots, and reaffirms who we are as a people by highlighting the work of talented individuals who have devoted their time and energy, and in some cases their entire livelihoods, to carrying on the traditions of those who came before. With tales about the Wild Hunt, Paul Bunyan, and Snow White, showcases of leading folk artists and craftsman, and recipes from Spain to Lithuania and beyond, Editor-in Chief Ike Knosp and Artistic Director Rhiannon have put together an exceptional variety of content for the coming Yuletide and new year that will strengthen your connection to this special season, and be a lasting companion that will endure through those yet to come.
2021 Calendar: Celebrating 12 Centuries of Western Art
With a new year approaching, it’s time to toss the 2020 calendar out and tack a new one to the wall. The 2021 TWPP calendar celebrates the last 12 centuries of our art and culture, provides background information for the 12 pieces of crystal-clear and inspirational art that accompany each coming month, and hangs conveniently from the wall with the photo and dates on two different pages separated by the coil (note: images are not exact reproductions of the product). The 2021 TWPP calendar is also top-quality page-to-page and is printed on 80# premium-color gloss paper, which makes the images shine from your wall and allows for easy note-taking. At the moment only three national variations of this calendar are available, for the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom, but we plan to release more country-specific options soon. You will be needing a new calendar no matter what, so instead of grabbing one from Wal-Mart, support us and celebrate your heritage throughout the year by always having a reminder nearby that gives you faith in your history and culture, no matter how good or bad 2021 turns out to be.
2021 Calendar: Celebrating 12 Centuries of Western Architecture
With a new year approaching, it’s time to toss the 2020 calendar out and tack a new one to the wall. The 2021 TWPP calendar celebrates the last 12 centuries of Western architecture, provides background information for the 12 pieces of crystal-clear and inspirational photographs that accompany each coming month, and hangs conveniently from the wall with the photo and dates on two different pages separated by the coil (note: images are not exact reproductions of the product). The 2021 TWPP calendar is also top-quality page-to-page and is printed on 80# premium-color gloss paper, which makes the images shine from your wall and allows for easy note-taking. At the moment only three national variations of this calendar are available, for the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom, but we plan to release more country-specific options soon. You will be needing a new calendar regardless, so instead of grabbing one from Wal-Mart, support us and celebrate your heritage throughout the year by always having a reminder nearby that gives you faith in your history and culture and what your people have built, no matter how good or bad 2021 turns out to be.
In a future that should have never come to be, The Reclamations takes the reader from the Free Pacific State of California in a Balkanized United States to Mexico, North and South Italy to Austria, then to France, Germany, and a Blighty under the control of the English Caliphate, before wrapping up on the East Coast of the former Republic of America.
The demographic situation in the West has come to a head. Nations have fractured. Sweden has fallen. The Union has been revived but the momentum is on the side of the European Reclamation Project. The New Electric Age has arrived, time travel is now a reality — maybe . . . kind of — the Northwest Chinese Province is pushing south, and the Googlopticon still looms over the Old Continent. This is the setting of a novel that shows how the pages can be turned once there is a will among the peoples of the West to reclaim their homelands.
The Reclamations follows an eclectic cast of characters, from soldiers to spies, scientists to saboteurs, magnates to newsmen, and the journey of an amateur golfer named Edmund Loxley, with ties to a famous outlaw, who finds himself torn between Western Civilization’s failed multicultural past and its newly demulticulturalizing future as a second chance lands him a spot playing in the Diversity Open, a golf tournament being held to celebrate the natural diversity of the West, that concludes at the birthplace of the game — the Links in Scotland.
What unfolds is not merely a reclamation of soil, but a reclamation of identity, culture, and hope, as fun and wholesome as it is sure to be censored, that breathes new life into fiction, and brings one of our greatest pastimes to the page.
In this book Jeff Winston, writer and founder of the White Art Collective, explains how to become an Event Organizer, bring local men and women together, and host a memorable gathering that will strengthen your community and create connections that will last a lifetime. We have to start somewhere, and politics will only get us so far, so events that celebrate our traditional music and dance culture, while providing an atmosphere that will inspire courtship and romance, is a big first step.
Jeff discusses how to plan your event by acquiring a venue, choosing a dance style, selecting appropriate music, and creating a safe and fertile environment for your guests. He also goes into detail on more challenging matters like operational security, vetting attendees, and guarding against infiltration, to ensure your event goes off without a hitch.
Whether you’re drinking your morning coffee, evening tea, or something in between – the official TWPP mug is for you! It’s sturdy and glossy with a vivid print that’ll withstand the microwave and dishwasher.
• Dishwasher and microwave safe
• White and glossy
The Evolution of Money is a story of struggle-the struggle between an essential tool for human interaction and a powerful instrument of corruption. Governments and other groups have exerted their control over it for ages, but rarely has their authority been exercised ethically. Western democracies are rife with fraud, but the adoption of democratic principles was once believed to be the ideal way to curb such abuse, as in doing so, Abraham Lincoln claimed, “money will cease to be master and become the servant of humanity.” But from where does this struggle arise, and what can we do about it?
This concise, illustrated study traces the history of money over the course of millennia, detailing how various states and leaders, from kings and queens to modern-day presidents, have used and more often misused this tool of society. It provides context through their own statements, presents a range of historical documentation, and is accompanied by dozens of images that aid in the telling of the story, following the progression as control shifted from money changers to banks, to central banks, and finally to world banks.
Author David Byrne untangles a complex web of manipulation and subversion in the struggle over this fundamental agent of exchange, re-framing its development over the centuries in order to reveal how we arrived at where we are today.
Dress your baby to the nines with this 100% cotton one piece. It has three snap leg closure for easy changing, a comfortable envelope neckline, and a beautiful print that’s bound to get the baby all happy and giggling.
– 100% soft cotton*
– Comfortable envelope neckline
– Three snap leg closure
*Heather color is 52% Airlume combed and ring-spun cotton 48% poly
These official TWPP stickers are printed on durable, high opacity adhesive vinyl which makes them perfect for regular use, as well as for covering other stickers or paint. The high-quality vinyl ensures there are no bubbles when applying the stickers, and the stickers can be used both indoors and outdoors.
• High opacity film that’s impossible to see through
• Fast and easy bubble-free application
• Durable vinyl, perfect for indoor and outdoor use
• 95µ density
Don’t forget to clean the surface before applying the sticker.
50 Classic Tales for Western Children contains all of our favorite historical tales and will stimulate readers from kindergarten to high school, immersing them in their exceptional past and inspiring them to carry it on into the future. From Aesop’s Fables to the stories of Robert Louis Stevenson, Rudyard Kipling, Louisa May Alcott, the Brothers Grimm, Hans Christian Andersen, and more — this illustrated book is a safe companion that will illuminate the minds of our children and challenge them while familiarizing them with the stories of our collective past.
The TWPP face mask will fit you nicely thanks to its adjustable nose wire and elastic bands. Choose a design that will complement your style, as face masks are becoming the new trend.
• 100% supersoft polyester microfiber
• Fabric weight: 2.4–2.5 oz/yd² (80-85 g/m²)
• Nose wire that helps adjust the mask
• Elastic bands with PVC earloop size regulators
• Pocket for a filter or napkin
• Washable and reusable